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July 8, 2013

Gellerman comes out on top as former OU teammates battle down stretch at Westwood Invitational

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NORMAN —

“I won it and I’m happy about it, but I still wanted my dad there,” he said. “I really wanted to win for my dad.”

Hixon’s mother would also follow him around the golf course in his youth. She was at the course Sunday to share in the victory.

 

Scoring madness: Two players in the field turned in a feat maybe more impressive than victory.

Mike Walden, in First Flight, finished a round in the 60s, 70s and 80s, shooting 77-67-82 for a 226 finish.

Justin Schaefer, also in First Flight, did the same thing, sort of, carding rounds in the 70s, 80s and 90s, shooting 76-80-90 for a three-round total of 246.

In Third Flight, Mark Wells did something nobody else in the field accomplished, carding the same score in every round: 80-80-80.

 

The youngster places: 12-heard old Christian McAllister, the youngest player in the field, followed rounds of 83 and 76 with another 83 on Sunday to place fourth, with a 242 total, in Third Flight.

 

Westwood Invitational Scores

Championship flight

Michael Gellerman71-63-67-201

Austen Fuller66-68-68-202

Kelsey Cline68-67-71-206

Jeff Johnson68-68-72-208

Austin Bowman74-66-70-210

Travis Keeley73-67-71-211

Shane Workman71-71-69-211

Rick Parish76-67-69-212

Mark Crabtree75-69-68-212

Zac Tucker74-69-69-212

Nick Bulla68- 75-70-213

Shelby Drake70-74-69-213

Brandon Blevins68-73-75-216

Ryan Munson73-73-70-216

Max Showalter75-70-72-217

Kurtis Ronck77-67-74-218

Travis Lowry70-75-74-219

Blake Garland76-70-74-220

Al Swanson73-74-74-221

Tyler Willey72-76-74-222

Eric Dissell77-75-70-222

Bobby Florer78-68-78-224

Chase Botkin73-75-78-226

Earl Sherbon82-73-71-226

Tom Stewart80-84-76-240

 

Masters Flight

Steve Hixon73-67-71-211

Tony Woods68-74-70-212

John Reese69-75-73-217

Gary Bonner73-71-74-218

Scott Ward78-67-73-218

Derek Dodd75-74-72-221

Randy Robinson75-70-77-222

Mike McCurdy73-75-74-222

Bill McConnell71-77-75-223

Mark Williams75-72-77-224

Chris Meeks75-75-74-224

Jeff Morris79-73-73-225

Jeff Higgins78-72-78-228

Cory Montgomery78-72-78-228

Chris Goodwin75-79-74-228

Griffin Grubb77-79-72-228

Noah Allen73-78-80-231

Mike Holzer78-78-78-234

Darrell Overturf80-77-76-233

Greg England75-72-88-235

Cullin Faison78-82-81-241

 

First Flight

Jeff Penny70-71-71-212

Alex McAllister72-72-76-220

Bill Ward72-74-74-220

Gene Bryce73-74-74-221

Sean Marley71-76-75-222

Josh Simpson73-74-79-226

Clay Horning72-75-83-230

Michael Chambless77-76-77-230

Randy Bacon79-75-77-231

Garret Owings81-73-77-231

Jeff Jones75-81-76-232

Scott Humphreys79-82-72-233

Tyler Baumann78-77-81-236

Clint Strickland78-80-78-236

Ricky Burns78-82-76-236

Mike Owens79-79-80-238

Don Rollins83-83-72-238

Sean Simpson77-88-75-240

Jeff McCalip77-76-88-241

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