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Langford and Percy Masters at Bright

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Winners LtoR: Ross Percy (Cobram Barooga), Judy Langford (Wodonga), Elaine Zotti (Wagga Wagga) and Barry Webb (Yarrawonga Mulwala).

The final round of the 2018 Alpine Senior Masters has concluded this afternoon and saw Ross Percy (Cobram Barooga) and Judy Langford (Wodonga) take out top honours in idyllic conditions.

The women’s scratch stableford overnight leader Judy Langford put in another classy performance in the closing round, a one over par 35 points gave her a total of 5 over the card for the tournament. Langford’s nearest rival was Gardiners Run Sue Lush who put in respectable rounds of 21 and 25 scratch points for a total of 46.

Keeping it in the family, Langford’s sister-in-law Elaine Zotti (Wagga Wagga) earned her win in the stableford section, after firing 37 points in the first round a second round of 33 points was icing on the cake. Trish Barr (The National) was hot on the heals of Zotti, her two-round total of 68 was only two shy of top position.

Ross Percy capitalised on his share of the overnight lead in the men’s gross, a tournament best round of two over par 74 today saw him move ahead of eventual runner-up and co-leader Tony Briers (The National) who returned a second round of 77.  

Percy is a member of the upcoming GV Senior Team that will take on the Australian Defence Force next week headed up by captain Kerry Bayly (Kooringal).

Yarrawonga Mulwala’s Barry Webb and Bendigo’s Stan Davis finished the two rounds with a total of 142 apiece, Webb winning a countback with a second round score of 69 nett, two better than Davis’ 71.

The next event on the senior calendar is the Mornington Peninsula Senior Amateur 26 – 27 March.

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