DENVER — The altitude brought another element into the usual mix of who wins on Sunday in some events as lowlanders struggled with catching their breath. But in the 35 singles, Kevin Price rolled to his first national title with an impressive weekend and final win over Victor Sanchez.
Chris Tico overcame local Oliver Boyd in a tough 40 final but had nothing left for George Repine in the 45s. Paul Pfannenstiel earned another national singles title with a tough tiebreaker win over Joe Tierney. Mike Flannery is back on top of his game, winning the 55s over Matt Osburn. Lloyd Garcia was on top of Phil Kirk’s offensive game to take the 60s. Ed Campbell had just enough left to hand Dan Price another runner-up finish in the 65s. Greg Raya proved too much for the 70s field and ended Michael Jordan’s great run through the bottom bracket. Gary Rohrer is another newcomer to his age bracket and served his way past Mike Driscoll in the 75s.
And, Charlie Wicker upheld his Super Senior status, holding off a game effort from Curtis Creed on Sunday in three after defeating newcomer and runner-up Jerry White in a tiebreaker on Saturday in the 80s. Killian Carroll had wrapped up the Pro-Am title on Saturday. Masters singles draws on R2sports site HERE.