David Loggins of Verdunville, with the help of four birdies and an eagle, took his first Little General Low Round of the Day at the final West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA) 2022 Senior Series event Monday at Parkersburg Country Club with a two under par 71.
Player of the Year awards, shown below, were delivered to Chuck Workman in the Senior Division, John Duty in the Silver Division, and a first ever tie in the Gold Division between Butch Freeman and David Grubb. Congratulations to all our players and for enduring the grind of a 24-event schedule.
“A field of 96 players at Parkersburg Country Club saw some beautiful fall weather and a beautifully manicured golf course for the end of the Senior Series season,” said WVGA Tournament Director Chance Hindbaugh. “As the Senior Series closes, I want to thank our title sponsor once again on the Senior Series and Mr. Greg Darby and Little General Stores for their support and helping us keep these events going year to year! We also want to thank Chuck Workman and Appalachian Sport for sponsoring our 80 and Over Division.”
The West Virginia Senior Series, which is presented by Little General Stores and conducted by the WVGA, is for players age 50 and up. Categories are: Senior, 50-59; Silver, 60-69; Gold, 70-79; and 80+.
Division winners were:
- Senior Gross: David Loggins of Verdunville;
- Senior Net: John Ridenour of Long Bottom, Ohio;
- Silver Gross: John Duty of Hurricane;
- Silver Net: Cecil Palmer of Fairview;
- Gold Gross: Neil Christiansen of Parkersburg;
- Gold Net: Butch Freeman of Daniels;
- 80+ Gross: Gary Roush of Mason; and
- 80+ Net: Bill Yoho of New Haven.
Click here for the event leaderboard: Senior Series at Parkersburg Country Club.
For more information please visit wvga.org.