HOUSTON GOLF LEAGUE
HOUSTON GOLF LEAGUE

ROLAND TURNER

 

IF THE SHOSE FITS

 

Last month I wrote an article titled "Mirror Mirror On The Wall." I mistakenly made an itsy, bitsy error of facts on Roland Turner's impressive showing at that tournament. The following tournament, Roland read me the rights about that slight oversight. If I had a dollar for every time Roland reminded me about that "small" detail that whole day, I could have retired. Fast forward to Tour 18, Roland showed up with a razor-like focus and conditioning which was on full display on Sunday at the Masters and March Madness Match Play Event. 
As the tournament got underway, Jarrod Ballou came out smoking and was hell-bent on winning his second Masters Championship. He was strong on the front nine so I'm not sure what happened afterwards. He completely fell apart on the back nine by seven shots. He dug himself into a deep, dark hole. Without a shovel insight, this gave Roland the push he needed to rise to his first Masters Championship. 
In the Match Play Event, Roland was one down to Sean Hinton. Roland's vigorous conditioning was demonstrated as he managed to press the peddle down on 16, 17, and 18 to beat Sean 2 and 1 in the match play. Roland's closest opponents in the Masters were Hugo Amaro, whom he beat by 4 and rookie, Jeremy Williams, who he beat by 5. 

With Roland's efforts so far this year, he is very close to Hall of Fame status. He moved into 3rd in his career with over $10K and tied for 8 with wins. He's a 3x Culture Cup, U.S. Open champ, British Open champ so now we can add to his resume the 3rd leg of the majors as the 2022 Masters Champion. You talk like a big man and now you can walk like a big man. Congratulations, Cap, for my overlook last month and it's well-deserved.

 

SUMMARY

 
POS PLAYERS GROSS NET PURSE
1 ROLAND TURNER
 
-3 69 $800.00
2 HUGO AMARO
 
1 73 $500.00
3 JEREMY WILLIAMS
 
2 74 $300.00
4 KENDRICK MASSENGILL
 
3 75 $0.00
5 JARROD BALLOU
 
4 76 $0.00
6 ROLAND GONZALEZ
 
5 77 $0.00
T7 JUAN NARANJO
 
7 79 $0.00
T7 IAN CERISANO
 
7 79 $0.00
T9 ETHAN BULTHOUSE
 
8 80 $0.00
T9 LONNIE KNOWLES
 
8 80 $0.00
11 TREY SMITH
 
10 82 $0.00
12 GABE RAMOS
 
11 83 $0.00
13 JOE HART
 
15 87 $0.00
14 JAIME VILLARREAL
 
18 90 $0.00
15 SENON GARCIA
 
21 93 $0.00
16 JOEL LAKE
 
22 94 $0.00
 
 

PAYOUT

 
  PLAYERS PURSE
1 ROLAND TURNER $800.00
2 JEREMY WILLIAMS $636.00
3 HUGO AMARO $612.00
4 DAVID KNOWLES $160.00
5 JARROD BALLOU $160.00
6 JAIME VILLARREAL $112.00
7 JOE HART $112.00
8 KENDRICK MASSENGILL $112.00
9 SENON GARCIA $112.00
  Total Purse $2,816.00
 
 

DETRIEK LITTLE

 

WE ARE FAMILY

 

The Barnetts are well-known in Indianapolis. We excelled in the sport of basketball with numerous awards and accolades. The community recognized and cheered us on but most of the support came from our family. Our mother, Mary B., was the backbone of all of our successes and achievements. Without her tenacity, we wouldn't have become the adults we are today. Some saw it as "just playing" sports but she taught us life lessons. 
 Let me introduce you to our HGL fam, Detriek Little. Sunday at the tournament, I saw that same love and support from the Little family. They cheered and encouraged him throughout the course.  It was enough for him to be wearing the esteemed white jacket, Masters B Flight champ.
The Master B Flight was a 3-man race. The two rookies, Rick Clifton and Detriek Little, and last week's champion of the Southwyck shootout, Mitch Moses. Rick had the tournament "butterflies" with being nervous in his first HGL event. Rick's extremely slow start cost him a trip to the winner's circle. 
Mitch Moses inability to finish 18 holes caught up with him. In the last tournament, he dropped 6 shots on the closing 3 holes but he still managed to win the tournament. In the Masters, this is a tournament if you make those types of errors, it will cost you the jacket.  Mitch paid the price. 
On the other hand, Detreik started and finished strong. He played the last 3 holes even par. NO doubt to me, his calm and steady play was attributed to his family's support. There's nothing like it!!
Congratulations and welcome to HGL, Detreik, and family!

 

 

SUMMARY

 
POS PLAYER GROSS NET PURSE
1 DETRIEK LITTLE
 
E 72 $800.00
T2 MITCH MOSES
 
4 76 $400.00
T2 RICK CLIFTON
 
4 76 $400.00
T4 SHADRICK WALL
 
6 78 $0.00
T4 SEAN HINTON
 
6 78 $0.00
T6 NATHAN SIMCOX
 
7 79 $0.00
T6 STEVE LITTLE
 
7 79 $0.00
T6 ROBERT STURDY
 
7 79 $0.00
9 BOB VOLOVAR
 
9 81 $0.00
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10 DAVID KNOWLES
 
11 83 $0.00
T11 HAL GREGORY
 
12 84 $0.00
T11 BRAYDEN HENDLEY
 
12 84 $0.00
T11 MIKE SMITH
 
12 84 $0.00
T14 CASEY GRIMME
 
13 85 $0.00
T14 CHUCK TOLLIVER
 
13 85 $0.00
16 BRAIN WASHINGTON
 
20 92 $0.00
17 STEVE WRIGHT
 
24 96 $0.00
 
 

PAYOUT

 
  Players Total Purse
1 DETRIEK LITTLE $912.00
2 RICK CLIFTON $512.00
3 MITCH MOSES $400.00
4 JOE HART $112.00
  Total Purse $1,936.00
 

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