Happy New Year once again everybody!
I hope the year is starting off in fine fashion for you. It looks like the start of the New Year for the Jaguars was a pretty good one. A nail bitter I know, but we’re headed to Pittsburgh to give the Steelers all we’ve got and hopefully all the stars align and they’ll come back with a nice victory. If not, it was a much better year this year than any of the past 10 years. It goes to show you good defense is a good offence and defenses can win ball games.
Well while the Jags were toughening things out at the stadium, so were 23 of our toughest NFJG TOUR superstars, as they all battled some chilly weather while playing the “Amelia River Classic” in Fernandina Beach. Although it was cold and a bit breezy it didn’t stop the stars from shining and nor did it stop Jacksonville’s James Clay Tucker from bringing home the low round of the day with a nice two over par 74.
This week Tucker found himself in the
Boys 13-18 Division battling it out with Fernandina native Jay Adams. Both Tucker and Adams would shoot one under par on their inward half, but the game changer and the margin of victory would come at the par-3 7
th hole where Adams would unfortunately triple bogey. Otherwise they both play some pretty solid golf. Adams would claim the Silver on a gold ball striking day. The twosome would also keep the spectators in smiles as they combined for seven birdies on the day while playing on some pretty fast greens.
See you on the Links!
Jack Aschenbach, PGA