Bernhard Langer, who has a home in the beautiful Palm Beach County city of Boca Raton, shot a five under par and tied for a respectable seventh place with a final-round score of 67.
Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
While Willie Wood won the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open and secured a personal debut title on The Champions Tour, a contingent of South Florida’s finest followed close behind, their names sticking to the leaderboard in Endicott, N.Y.
Bernhard Langer, who has a home in the beautiful Palm Beach County city of Boca Raton, shot a five under par and tied for a respectable seventh place with a final-round score of 67. Langer, 54, tied John Cook, Mark Calcavecchia, Mark O’Meara and Peter Senior.
Calcavecchia, a well-known name on the tour and a staunchly successful golfer, finished the tournament at five under par with a final-round score of 67. The 52-year-old pro calls a piece of riverfront property in Tequesta home.
Bruce Fleisher, who lives in one of the many homes in BallenIsles, tied for 54th place at one over par. The 63-year-old Fleisher’s final-round score was 71, and he shared the position with David Eger, Bob Tway, Tom Kite, Fuzzy Zoeller and Lonnie Nelson. Nelson, 59, another Palm Beach Gardens resident, shot a five over par and closed out the last round with a score of 77.
P.H. Horgan III, 51, of West Palm Beach, came in 70th place at six over par with a final-round score of 78.
Olin Browne, another well-known personality on the tour who owns real estate in Hobe Sound, finished at four over par and in 71st place. Brown, 53, shot a final-round score of 76.
Ken Green, also of West Palm Beach, came into the clubhouse in 76th place with a four over par. Green, 54, shot a 76 in the last round.
Waterfront Properties, a licensed brokerage that specializes in sales of golf-course homes, will cheer on The Champions Tour pros from South Florida when they tee off at the Boeing Classic on Aug. 24 in Snoqualmie, Wash.