STATE TOURNAMENT SCRAPBOOK


At left, Lance Loewe found himself in trouble at No. 17 and had to hit from behind a tree and almost straight up a hill to salvage the hole. Above, Kirk Williams blasts out of the sandtrap on No. 12 during the first round of play. At left, Lance Loewe found himself in trouble at No. 17 and had to hit from behind a tree and almost straight up a hill to salvage the hole. Above, Kirk Williams blasts out of the sandtrap on No. 12 during the first round of play.
At the top, Waylon Boyd scrambled for a birdie after hitting his second shot behind a tree on No. 17. Top right, John Williams travels in style while following his son Kirk and the Tigers around the hilly Kizer Golf Course in a supercharged, jacked up, gaspowered golf cart. At the top, Waylon Boyd scrambled for a birdie after hitting his second shot behind a tree on No. 17. Top right, John Williams travels in style while following his son Kirk and the Tigers around the hilly Kizer Golf Course in a supercharged, jacked up, gaspowered golf cart.
Above right, Patrick David gets back on the green at the short but treacherous 167-yard No. 13 which is surrounded by water. Middle right, Tyler Wright skirts out of the sandtrap on No. 4 on Friday, right before play was suspended. At bottom right, on a pretty typical hole at Kizer, Waylon Boyd is dwarfed by the hills on No. 16. Above right, Patrick David gets back on the green at the short but treacherous 167-yard No. 13 which is surrounded by water. Middle right, Tyler Wright skirts out of the sandtrap on No. 4 on Friday, right before play was suspended. At bottom right, on a pretty typical hole at Kizer, Waylon Boyd is dwarfed by the hills on No. 16.
Photography by Bill Martin Photography by Bill Martin



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