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STEVE LITTLE WINS HIS FIRST HGL EVENT IN A BLOWOUT

STEVE LITTLE

BROTHERS

The Little Brothers are off to a flying start in their first year in the league. Detriek Little won the Masters in the B flight and now his younger brother, Steve, has won at Walden on the Lakes in Conroe last Sunday. 
Generally, this course is quite difficult, yet, Steve was five under. It was the second-largest winning margin this year compared to Roland Turner's "runaway smashing"  by eight shots at Pearland in March. 
 Charles Richardson, a newbie, was the next closest player with an even-par. 
That being said,  I'm left staring at a summation of facts that is inescapable, undeniable, and unavoidable. The Blue Team is dominating this year. A win in the Masters, both A and B flights, by Roland Turner and Detriek Little. There was a win in the PGA by Vincent Gilmore. The Blue Team had victories in three of the five regular tournaments with 69 points wins compared to the Red Team's 31 points. 
The Red Team had one victory with a win by Haja in the season's opening in Pasadena. Dragging behind, we have 16 wins points for the White Team with a win by Mitch Moses at Southwyck. The Culture Cup is several months away, and our chances of winning our sixth title are closer to reality with these stats, so far, this year. 
We are halfway through our second-round match-play events with four players moving into the elite eight. Vincent Gilmore, the number one ranked player, was battling Haja Rabe, the second-ranked player in the marque match. Both players struggled a little bit but Haja edged him out 3 and 1. Roland Turner won his match due to Lonnie Knowles quitting on the back. Ethan Bulthouse "manhandled" Juan Naranjo four and 3. 
All the fireworks came from Casey Grimme and me. I was feeling confident that day. I was winning the match all through the front nine but the momentum changed as soon as we made the turn. I got a bit too confident, glanced up and Casey was up two holes with three holes left to play. I hated to do this to Casey since he's a such a good guy but I came here to play. For emergencies such as these, I carry a red cape in my bag. I put it on to win the last three holes in the match by one and I advanced to the elite eight. 
Most of the remaining eight players will compete against each other in the U.S. Open at the Wilderness on June 26th. The deadline for the second round will be at Magnolia Creek on July 17th with the elite eight third-round starting July 24th at Wildcat in the British Open. 
Now, let's get back to Steve Little's impressive showing at the Walden. This was truly inspiring. He and his brother will be a welcomed addition to the 2022 Culture Cup. The two brothers have a long way to go if they plan on catching the league's greatest duo of brothers, Lonnie and David Knowles. They have 14 career wins between them and a plethora of money won. So to the brothers, keep your head down and continue to grind. Congratulations, Steve, on your win.      

SUMMARY

POS PLAYERS GROSS NET PURSE
1 77 67 $470.00
2
CHARLES RICHARDSON
 
79 72 $290.00
3 90 73 $190.00
4 85 77 $100.00
T5 82 78 $0.00
T5 80 78 $0.00
T5 84 78 $0.00
T5 84 78 $0.00
T9 85 79 $0.00
T9 95 79 $0.00
T11 93 80 $0.00
T11 83 80 $0.00
13 89 81 $0.00
14 91 82 $0.00
15 100 83 $0.00
T16 90 84 $0.00
T16 92 84 $0.00
T16 92 84 $0.00
19 98 89 $0.00
20 104 93 $0.00
21 107 97 $0.00

PAYOUT

  PLAYERS PURSE
1 STEVE LITTLE $680.00
2 CHARLES RICHARDSON $605.00
3 HAJA RABE $210.00
4 ETHAN BULTHOUSE $210.00
5 JOE JR. ECKFORD $190.00
6 BRAYDEN HENDLEY $100.00
  Total Purse $1,995.00

CHARLES RICH-ARDSON

PLUS 1     $105.00

      A  FLIGHT MONEY LIST 

1 HAJA RABE $2,245.00
2 ROLAND TURNER $1,925.00
3 VINCENT GILMORE $1,565.00
4 ETHAN BULTHOUSE $1,309.00
5 JEREMY WILLIAMS $956.00
6 BRAYDEN HENDLEY $873.00
7 HUGO AMARO $812.00
8 JARROD BALLOU $787.00
9 LONNIE KNOWLES $740.00
10 SAM GARCIA $692.00
11 CHARLES RICHARDSON $660.00
12 DAVID KNOWLES $660.00
13 HAL GREGORY $518.00
14 JAIME VILLARREAL $392.00
15 BENNY GOMEZ $338.00
16 JOE HART $317.00
17 GABE RAMOS $310.00
18 JUAN NARANJO $305.00
19 CHAD ADAWAY $273.00
20 JERMY GUERRANT $240.00
21 BLAISE BRANDON $240.00
22 FREDDY FREDRICK $200.00
23 MIKE MCCAFFREY $200.00
24 BLANTON HANSEN $200.00
25 JASON WASTON $200.00
26 MICHAEL KULLBERG $145.00
27 KENDRICK MASSENGILL $112.00
28 ISOM JOHNSON $55.00
29 ANTHONY REED $33.00

                                                        TOTAL                           $ 17,322

      B  FLIGHT MONEY LIST 

1 STEVE LITTLE $1,575.00
2 MITCH MOSES $1,472.00
3 DETRIEK LITTLE $1,057.00
4 RICK CLIFTON $512.00
5 SEAN HINTON $399.00
6 RON FALAN $385.00
7 JOE ECKFORD $335.00
8 NATHAN SIMCOX $160.00
9 CHUCK TOLLIVER $145.00
10 LLOYD HART $110.00
11 ADAM OTRA $73.00
12 JAYME GONZALEZ $73.00
13 ROBERT STURDY $60.00
14 CASEY GRIMME $33.00
    TOTAL $6,389.00
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Established in 2012, the purpose of the League is to provide amateurs of all ages, sexes and handicaps the opportunity to compete in stroke-play golf tournaments on a regular basis. The League concludes with a Player’s Championship in which the winner from each tournament. Through this competition, the Houston Golf  League promotes the sport of golf by providing an atmosphere of friendly, fair, and well-managed competition for amateur golfers in the pursuit of excellence.

 

The Houston Golf League has an annual membership of $150.00

 

 

The cost of each regular tournament is 120.00  the majors are $200.00 The entry fee for each tournament includes green fees, cart, and range balls in most cases. A portion of the entry fee establishes the purse. Tournaments can be prepaid online or the day of the tournament.

 

 

Cash Money and Trophies are awarded to the first place winner of each flight. A purse is established from the entry fees, and depending on the size of the flight, money is awarded to the top finishers in each flight. Additionally, there are voluntary skins games, deuce game, and closest to the pin. Membership dues must be paid before any prize money awarded.

 

 

The players are flighted by handicap, then play a gross stoke-play format within their flight.

 

 

        Base on the number of players

       0-6…….      A  Flight              0-10……..A Flight

       7-13…….    B  Flight              11-20 ……B Flight

       14-20……  C Flight

 

The League uses the Callaway system if a player does not have to establish a verifiable handicap, and the league trumps all other handicaps of other leagues handicap. Callaway system 10 strokes max for A flight and 20 shot max for the B flight. The League will access your level of play based on your most recent scores, which courses you have played and the tees you used. Once you’re placed on a flight, your tournament scores and handicap index are posted on the  web page

The League will establish your handicap index based solely on your scores posted in the tournaments. If your handicap index improves during the season, you will be promoted to the next higher flight if your index falls within the parameters of higher flight. If your index falls within the parameters of a lower flight, you will only be moved to the lower flight if you request it.

All the tournaments are played on the weekends, with most being played on Sundays. Tee times vary but are posted on the website. The tournaments are played at local courses listed on our website.

 

       Play in as many or as few as you would like. Of course, the more you play, the more points you can accumulate toward qualifying for the Players Championship and Culture Cup.

 

No. You can join the League anytime during the season. The sooner you join, the more points you start accumulating towards the points race.

If you enjoy weekend golf at some of the finest local courses, if you enjoy competitive stroke-play golf, if you want to improve your game by playing under tournament conditions like the pros, and if you like the feeling of winning, collecting prizes and trophies, join the tour and enjoy all of these benefits. All tournaments are played by USGA rules and handicaps are tracked on each player to ensure the integrity of each flight.

 

 

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The  Houston Golf League format mirrors that of the PGA Tour. The tournaments will be held on the finest golf courses around the greater Houston area. The HGL will consist of four major tournaments and a “Players Championship”, Ryder Cup-type Event called the Culture Cup. Stats will be kept on putts, fairways, and greens hit. There will also be a money list leader from each flight. These leaders will be eligible for awards that will be given at the Tournament’s Awards Banquet

 


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