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David Edmondson’s round of 2-under 69 leads Senior Clarksville City Amateur

GolfClarksville, TN – David Edmondson posted an opening-round of two-under 69, August 2nd at Swan Lake Golf Course, to lead the Senior Clarksville City Amateur by a stroke.

Edmondson was two-under at the turn, with three birdies and one bogey, and played the backside at even par – including a birdie on the 18th hole to hold the one-stroke lead.

“I got a lot of break today, but I felt pretty good about everything,” Edmondson said. “I only missed two greens and made a lot of putts.

David Edmondson leads th Senior Clarksville City Amateur with a 69.
David Edmondson leads th Senior Clarksville City Amateur with a 69.

“On the front I had seven or eight birdie putts from about 10 feet out, but with the pin placements you couldn’t get crazy with them (putts) and had to lag them up there and take your par when you could take it and if it went in, it went in.”

Trios of golfers – Bill Wilkinson, Brad Van Kirk and Mike Welker – are a shot back after carding one-under 70’s.

“You had to be careful out there today,” Wilkinson said. “You couldn’t be moving the ball very fast when you had it going past the hole, or it would disappear down the green, because they (the greens) were very fast.

“Today was just one of those days where everything comes together and things go pretty smooth, you hit some pretty solid shots and scramble a little bit when you have too.”

Four golfers shot even-round 71s, including two-time defending champion Joey Long, and sit two shots back of the leader.

“I’m pleased with a round of 71 today with where the pins were,” Long said. “Who had about six that were very tough, six that were in fairly good placements and six that were little bit closer to tough than easy.

“I just hope the 71 is in the top eight scores for the day. I’ve had the trophy for a couple of years now and it’s kind of become part of the family. I hope I can hang on to it for a little while longer.”

Bruce Walker and Harold Hensley follow at one-over par 72, three shots back, while three other golfers are four shots off the pace with 18 holes to play.

Final-round tee times are scheduled to begin at 8:00am, with the final group teeing off at 10:30am.

2014 Senior Clarksville City Amateur

Swan Lake Golf Course

Super Senior Division
Bill Wilkinson 70
Harold Hensley 72
Richard Ashbrook 74
Bob Bracy 75
Ted Purdom 78
Jeff Campeau 84
Wayne Sinks 89
Bob Vail 91
Senior Division
David Edmondson 69
Brad Van Kirk 70
Mike Welker 70
Joey Long 71
Jim Duttweiler 71
Ray Johnson, Jr 71
Barker Seay 71
Bruce Walker 72
Pat Manning 73
Bobby Yingling 73
Marcus Sartain 73
Rick Richardson 74
Steve Blackwell 74
David Sheron 75
Jim Mashburn 75
Greg Guinn 75
Dennis Kolb 76
Tommy Burney 76
Mike Taylor 76
Jeff Whitlow 76
Mark Black 77
Brent Hyams 77
Aaron Rye 78
Ronnie Seay 78
Tye Wyatt 80
Rickey Briskey 80
Dean Lambert 82
Don Hartledge 82
Sam Maxwell 84
Ted Crozier, Jr 84
Billy Gray 84
Ralph Duke 87
James Walker 88
Cecil Whitehouse 92
Gene Douglas 94
Terry Griffin 98


2014 Senior Clarksville City Amateur
August 3rd Tee Times
8:00 Cecil Whitehouse Gene Douglas Terry Griffin
8:10 James Walker Wayne Sinks Bob Vail
8:20 Ted Crozier, Jr Billy Gray Ralph Duke
8:30 Don Hartledge Sam Maxwell Jeff Campeau
8:40 Tye Wyatt Rickey Briskey Dean Lambert
8:50 Aaron Rye Ted Purdom Ronnie Seay
9:00 Starters Time
9:10 Jeff Whitlow Mark Black Brent Hyams
9:20 Dennis Kolb Tommy Burney Mike Taylor
9:30 Jim Mashburn Bob Bracy Greg Guinn
9:40 Richard Ashbrook Rick Richardson Steve Blackwell David Sheron
9:50 Starters Time
10:00 Pat Manning Bobby Yingling Marcus Sartain
10:10 Barker Seay Harold Hensley Bruce Walker
10:20 Joey Long Jim Duttweiler Ray Johnson, Jr
10:30 David Edmondson Bill Wilkinson Brad Van Kirk Mike Welker


Chris Austin
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Chris Austin is a graduate of Clarksville High School and Austin Peay State University. Chris is a former Head Softball Coach for APSU, and assistant basketball coach for CHS. Chris has worked at the Leaf-Chronicle, and WJZM News/Talk/Sports radio. Has also worked at the Sports Information Department at APSU, and has covered championship events for the Ohio Valley Conference and NCAA. Chris is an avid sports fan and can be found at most Austin Peay State University sports events.

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