Boo back in Brewton for tourney
By By Adam Robinson
PGA golfer Boo Weekley was right at home last weekend.
Weekley, a resident of Jay, Fla. and a member of the Country Club of Brewton, was in Brewton this last weekend for his fifth annual Boo Weekly Camp Compass Scramble that was held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the County Club of Brewton.
Weekley’s manager Toggy Pace said the scramble went well.
Pace said Weekley’s tournament is held at the CCB because Boo considers the course his home course and is where he often plays and practices.
Weekley is playing well on the PGA tour this year, despite some struggles, Pace said.
With the 95 teams of two golfers each, 190 total golfers took place in the event.
On Friday night before the tournament was to begin on Saturday, a live and silent auction was held to help raise money for Camp Compass.
As for the tournament on Saturday and Sunday, Todd Norman and David Hancock took first place in the championship flight with a total score of 123 (61/62).
In the first flight, Steve Nelson and David Jennings took first place with a score of 121 (61/60). David Stokes and Rucker Brown scored a 127 (62/65) to claim first place in the second flight and Justin Duvall and Michael Stringer took first place in the third flight with a score of 127 (63/64).
In the fourth flight, Dusty Godwin and Scott Ware took first place with a score of 127 (64/63) and Clint Hyde and Brian Strength tied with Tom Stewart and Johnny Rogers to take first place in the fifth flight with a score of 134 (64/70).
In flight six, Ed Williamson and Tommy Thompson took first place with a score of 132 (64/68) and Rick Conner and Lance Conner took first place in flight seven with a score of 130 (64/66).
In flight eight, Mark Pepe and Charlie Pippa scored a 139 (68/71) to take first place.