July 16, 2000

Cockman and Lee Win Rain-Shortened Championship

St. Petersburg’s Ryan Cockman and Buddy Lee teamed to win the Net Two-Man Team Championship

Cockman and Lee, who both play out of Pasadena Yacht and Country Club, shot a net 60 to narrowly defeat four teams who were at 61.

Teams that were a stroke back included: Titusville’s Bill Lee and Ken Davidson; Stuart’s James Gallagher and Jupiter’s William Hulligan; Temple Terrace’s Steven Richards and Josh Burke; and Temple Terrace’s Brian Hawke and Gary Morris.

Due to heavy rains, the first round on Saturday was cancelled. Tournament officials decided the championship would be 18 holes and played on Sunday. The championship used four-ball net stroke play with individual players playing to 80% of their course handicap.

The Florida State Net Two-Man Team Championship is the seventh of 17 championship conducted annually by the Florida State Golf Association. The FSGA is a not-for-profit organization that promotes, preserves, and protects amateur golf in the state of Florida. For information about volunteer programs or members, please contact the FSGA at (813) 632-3742.


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