Posted by: randyhaaggolf | April 28, 2012

2012 COLEMAN AT SEMINOLE – FINAL RESULTS

The Coleman at Seminole is one of the finest Mid-Am / Senior Events in the country. There are many reasons why: The course is brutally tough, especially for only 6850 yards long. The guys in the event are all top caliber amateurs in both flights (Mid Am and Senior). The staff, the food, the ambiance of this amazing place is as good as it gets.

Today I hit the ball well and shot a very disappointing 77. The winning score on the Mid Am side was 2 over par (Tim Jackson). On the Senior side Brady Exber a first time player took the title at even par to clip the “WORLD BEATER SENIOR” Chip Lutz in a very close match between them.

What makes this course so tough is even great shots to these firm green can skid off into one over 1oo bunkers on this beautiful course in Juno Beach Florida. Bob Ford heads the professional staff at Seminole and in my book is the top club pro in the country. Not only can he play, but he is about as nice a man as you’ll ever meet. Both Seminole and Oakmont are lucky to have him!!

As I have said before on a previous Coleman post, if you think you are playing good golf, just come to Seminole  when the wind is blowing and you’ll leave thinking perhaps you should stick to your day job!!

Much more up ahead as we head towards the US OPEN where I will be providing on course coverage of how the course should be played, and how the conditions look for the 2012 US OPEN- STAY TUNED

In the picture- On the left you have Mid Am champ Tim Jackson and on the right you have Senior Champ Brady Exber

1 Tim Jackson 70-72-76–218 1 Brady Exber 69-71-76–216
2 Carlton Forrester 74-73-72–219 2 Chip Lutz 69-76-72–217
Patrick Christovich 77-68-74–219 3 Paul Simson 77-74-68–219
4 Scott Harvey 72-72-76–220 4 Alan Fadel 74-72-74–220
5 Scott Rowe 77-72-72–221 5 Tim Miller 73-74-75–222
6 Roger Newsom 73-78-71–222 6 Buddy Marucci 79-69-76–224
Stephen Anderson 73-76-73–222 Doug LaCrosse 73-76-75–224
Jon Veneziano 72-73-77–222 8 Bill Zylstra 75-77-73–225
Gene Elliott 71-74-77–222 Hunter Nelson 74-77-74–225
Trip Kuehne 71-73-78–222 10 Mike Bell 73-83-70–226
11 Gary Nicklaus 72-77-74–223 11 Steve Smyers 80-74-75–229
Kevin Marsh 76-72-75–223 12 Bill Boles 78-76-76–230
Roger Hoit 74-71-78–223 Greg Reynolds 76-78-76–230
Parker Smith 74-69-80–223 14 Rick Woulfe 79-75-77–231
15 Stephen Summers 73-74-77–224 15 Doug Farr 78-81-73–232
16 Skip Berkmeyer 75-73-77–225 David Nelson 76-79-77–232
R.J. Nakashian 72-76-77–225 Bill Argabrite 77-76-79–232
18 Keith Decker 75-78-73–226 18 Patrick Tallent 77-82-74–233
John Engler 74-78-74–226 Chris Lange 80-75-78–233
John McClure 73-76-77–226 Mike Rice 75-76-82–233
Kelly Miller 75-72-79–226 21 George Zahringer 80-79-76–235
22 Robert Gregorski 75-77-75–227 Ron Carter 79-78-78–235
Nick Gilliam 73-78-76–227 Frank Ford, III 80-74-81–235
Randy Haag 75-75-77–227 24 Jack Vardaman 81-78-78–237
Mike McCoy 74-76-77–227 Randy Reifers 81-76-80–237
26 Bryan Norton 75-77-76–228 Robin McCool 74-78-85–237
27 Eoghan O’Connell 84-73-72–229 27 Robert Vallis 81-85-73–239
28 Tim Hume 80-80-70–230 Charles Green III 77-83-79–239
Mark Knecht 75-79-76–230 29 Bill Heldmar 78-87-75–240
Patrick Duffy 77-76-77–230 Jim Graham 81-76-83–240
Wesley Pate 78-74-78–230 31 Steve Earsley 84-80-77–241
Steve Harwell 73-75-82–230 Tony Green 83-79-79–241
33 Michael Barbosa 82-75-74–231 Bill Palmer 80-79-82–241
Robert Gerwin II 76-78-77–231 34 Gordon Brewer 83-77-82–242
Arnold Cutrell 80-73-78–231 Mike Bodney 80-78-84–242
36 Tommy Brennan 79-80-73–232 36 Chris Maletis 87-75-81–243
37 Jonathan Marsico 77-80-76–233 37 Jimmy Dunne 84-82-78–244
38 John Fulkerson 75-84-75–234 Pinky Pelham 87-78-79–244
Doug Albers 77-75-82–234 Tom Case 83-80-81–244
40 Steve White, Jr. 74-84-77–235 A.B. Sisco 84-80-80–244
Byron Schumate 81-74-80–235 41 James Smith 79-88-78–245
Walker Taylor 76-75-84–235 42 Joseph Keller 81-83-84–248
43 Steve Hudson 77-81-78–236 43 Robert Lewis, Jr. 86-84-79–249
Tripp Davis 78-77-81–236 44 Vinny Giles 83-84-83–250
45 Christopher Reeves 79-80-78–237 45 Chris Dalrymple 85-86-85–256
Jerry Chang 79-78-80–237 46 David Brookreson 87-89-82–258
Adrian Reed 76-80-81–237 47 John Pallin 89-83-90–262
48 Pete Williams 75-81-82–238 48 Dick Siderowf 89-96-88–273
49 Kevin Hammer 83-80-76–239
Tim Spitz 78-75-86–239
51 Trent Brown 83-87-74–244
52 Jason Edgeworth 87-83-76–246
53 Justin Schulte 82-82-83–247
54 Grady Brame 82-80-87–249


Responses

  1. So how on earth would I get on to Seminole to see if I need to stay in my day job?

    • If you have to ask….then keep your day job.

  2. It’s funny, when I was editing my post, I realized that very few people ever get a chance to play Seminole, especially in Coleman conditions. So you are correct…never give up on the dream!!


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