Round One has concluded at the 33rd WV Parent/Child Championship, conducted by the West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA), at The Resort at Glade Springs. In a three-way tie after Round One are the father-daughter team of Larry and Savannah Hawkins of Hurricane, the father-son team of Tony and Jared Bryant of Bridgeport, and the father-son team of Jim and Adam Cryus, all at 10 under par 62. These six players scored a total of 45 birdies and three eagles in the first 18 holes.
The Extended Family leaders are Mark Cross of Huntington and Clayton Thomas of Proctorville, Ohio, with a seven under par 65. Leaders of the Mother-Child Division are Linda and Jared Taylor of Bluefield with an eight under par 64.
Gary Roush of Mason, W. Va. is playing in his 31stth Parent/Child Championship, with grandson Trenton!
“We are extremely excited to host the WVGA Parent-Child Championship once again,” said Assistant Golf Pro Jared Porter. “The course is in great condition and we love having competitive golf here.”
The 36-hole Championship featured a full field of 216 players competing on the Resort’s Cobb Course and the Village at Glade Springs Stonehaven Course. The format is a two-person scramble and tees are based off each player’s age. Each team must count at least six tee shots from each team member. This Championship also features an Extended Family Division and a Mother-Child Division.
Details for the Round One leader board can be found here. The final round will begin tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on the Stonehaven and Cobb Courses.
For more information please visit wvga.org.