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Indian Wells Insider - February 2018

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INDIAN WELLS PRO-AM INVITATIONAL BOOK a tee tiMe INDIAN WELLS PRO AM LEADERBOARD tOp FinisHers prO DiVisiOn 1 Michael Block -7 65 2 Bryan Newman -6 66 t3 Eric Solander -4 68 t3 Dan Kempken -4 68 t5 Riley Wheeldon -3 69 t5 Issac Weintraub -3 69 t7 Conner Nash -2 70 t7 Scott Mallory -2 70 t9 Gordon Leith -1 71 t9 Brian Mahoney -1 71 11 Tom Burley E 72 t12 Matt Balesteri +1 73 t12 Sean Lanyi +1 73 aMateur DiVisiOn Best 2 Balls OF teaM - net 1 - Don Saretsky, Zack Mcleod, John Meggiolaro, Don Dieringer, David Fisher (-33, 111). 2 - Scott Winant, Craig Caldwell, Eric Villalobos, Ryan O'Keefe, Tom Burley (-30, 114). 3 - Dan Laguardia, Larry Kunkle, Brandon Slater, Mark Walencewicz, Eric Solander (-27, 117). 4 - Mike Tebbetts, Brandon Kary, Jonas Conlan, Harry Reuter, Spencer Cody (-23, 121). 5 - Mason Stubel, Mike Lowe, Dave Yanick, Steve Herbst, Issac Weintraub (-22, 122). 6 - Ryan Redford, Dave Powers, Dio Escobar, Jeff Hisgen, Scott Mallory (-22, 122). 7 - Tony Dias, John Graves, Mike Barnett, Eric Thiess, Rolland Vaughn (-21, 123). 8 - Jason Groshak, James Groshak, Steve Hess, Frank Bristyan, Riley Wheeldon (-20, 124). 9 - Donovan Funkey, Ray Rodriguez, Chris Holzhaufer, Eric Nokes, Sean Ikola (-20, 124). 10 - John Reynolds, Pat Hough, Tom Martin, Karl Gendron, Dan Kempken (-20, 124). CliCK Here for the complete leaderboard. $3,000 winner's prize. The head professional at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo, Block is the de- fending SCPGA Professional Champion. He also is a former PGA National Champion, veteran of a 14 PGA Tour events (including the 2018 CareerBuilder Challenge and Farm- ers Insurance Open) and four-time sec- tion Player of the Year. Coming up one-shot shy of Block's efforts was runner-up Bryan New- man, who earned $1,800 with a 66. "This time of year, it was actually really good to see all these low scores from the desert guys," said Fisher of the event's depth of field. "In high-season, we're all working nonstop right now without much time to practice." Pristine course conditions and smooth- rolling greens complemented the tourna- ment experience for players. "It was a beautiful day, and a lot of really good players out there," Fisher said. "Indian Wells Director of Golf Joe Williams and his staff put on a great event as always, and Su- perintendent Jonas Conlan and his team had the course and greens in terrific shape." continued from previous screen WINNING PRO MICHAEL BLOCK, RIGHT. CLICK TO SEE THE VIDEO FROM THE PROAM GOLF EVENT

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