Tour News

Glasson wins again as nobody breaks par for 2nd event in a row...Schroeder jumps from 6th to 3rd in Points Race

Max Glasson is the first back to back winner on the FairWay Tour this year and he did so without ever breaking his handicap. Max fired a 36 hole total of 144.4 or 2.4 over par to collect $1700 over the weekend at Boiling Springs GC in Woodward, OK. In the last 156 rounds on the tour, including Super Major #3 at Tangle Ridge, there have been 2 players finish under their handicap...and one of those players eagled the last hole to get below his hcp and that eagle earned him $10,000. The other player fired a gross score of 66 on the 2nd round of Super Major #3 to get below his hcp by 6 tenths of a stroke. In short, the FairWay Tour handicap system continually spits out incredibly close finishes and gives half the field or more a chance to win in rd 2 of all our majors. Also noteworthy is the fact that Brandon Schroeder leapfrogged two players to move into 3rd place in the points race...with a net score of +5 on round 2 that was good enough for 2nd place in the 1-DAY NET on Sunday and earned him an extra 40 points added to the 40 points he got for playing in the major and both 1-day events. Our next event is this weekend at Diamondback GC in Abilene, TX and it is worth double points as well so if you want to make your move in the RED RIVER CUP STANDINGS and earn bonus cash come join us because "IF YOU DON'T TEE IT UP YOU CAN'T WIN!"