World Golf League National Tournament Concludes


The World Golf League National Tournament concluded Sunday at the Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort in Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla., with an interesting mix of winners in the respective handicap categories.
PGA Touring professional Fulton Allem won in the first flight of players (handicap 0-4). Fulti posted rounds of 74-67-73 for a total score of 1-under-par 214 over the El Campeon course.
Conversely, it was a PGA Touring caddie Tony Terry, who won in the second flight (handicaps 5-11) with a total adjusted score of 6-under-par 209 over the same El Campeon layout.
Terry, who carried Duffy Waldorf's bag during his win at this year's Walt Disney World Classic, edged out NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, who finished the event at 5-under.
Rickey Jackson, another ex-NFL player, took first place in the third flight of players (handicap 12-16) following an adjusted score of 6-under 208 on the Las Colinas course. Jackson, who played football with the New Orleans Saints, won his match in a playoff against Darrell Matus of South Carolina.
Finally, in the fourth flight (handicap 17-plus), it was a 19-handicap from New Jersey, Richard Reagan, who took the top honors with an adjusted score of 8-under 206.
Reagan, along with the three other category champions leave with first-place checks worth $30,000. Second-place finishers in each category were awarded $15,000, and third-placers won $5,000.