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13th Annual United States Golf Teachers Cup®

MOORE TAKES LESS STROKES THAN ANYONE, WINS US CUP

Sept. 29-30, 2008 • Sandia Golf Club
Albuquerque, New Mexico

They say some things get better with age. You can now add Jerry Moore to that list.

Moore, at age 66, became the first Super Senior to win the United States Golf Teachers Cup, held September 29-30 at Sandia Golf Club in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and he did it in record fashion. Moore, from Raritan, New Jersey, fired rounds of 71-67 for a 138 total that set a new tournament record for lowest 36-hole score. His final round 67 also established a new 18-hole record. He earned $2,600 for his efforts.

Jim Perez from Fresno, California, won the Senior division with scores of 74-71 – 145 and finished second overall. Mark Harman won the Open division and finished third overall with 74-73 – 147. 2004 US Cup champion David Belling finished fourth at 78-71 – 149, while newcomers Mike Henry and Robert Green finished fifth, both with 76-74 – 150. Melody Robinson captured the Ladies title in her first attempt with 84-80 – 164.

For Moore, it seemed like a question of not if, but when, he would finally take the overall title. Coming in as the two-time defending Senior division champion, and winner of four consecutive division titles, Moore also ran that streak to five by also winning this year’s Super Senior championship. He has also twice played for Team USA at the World Golf Teachers Cup, in 2003 and 2007.
Formerly a high school football coach in New Jersey, Moore is used to winning. His teams at Elizabeth High School won several state championships, and Moore is known as a legend in New Jersey coaching circles. He had numerous players receive scholarships to play major college football.

Currently, Moore enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and spends the winters in Florida. He owes his longevity and prowess in golf to “working out every day and trying to stay as young as I can for as long as I can.” He called his time in Albuquerque as “the best week of my life.”

For Perez, this year’s US Cup also culminated a long journey to capture a title. He was runner-up for the overall and Open division title in 2002, and last year finished as runner-up in the Senior division. Like Moore, Perez also gets better with age as his game continues to improve.

Harman, a five-time winner of the US Cup, could not match the pace set by Moore or Perez, but did come home with his sixth Open division championship. Belling fired the low round in the Open division with a second-round 71, but could not overcome his opening 78.
The weather for both days of the championship was sunny and warm. Moore took the first day’s lead with a 71, followed by Daniel Jarvie and Bruce Sims at 72, and Perez and Harman with 74. Jarvie was in contention the final day when, on the ninth hole, he took a drop for an unplayable lie, ultimately taking a triple-bogey 7. Several holes later, Jarvie disqualified himself from the tournament, saying that he was bothered that he might have taken an improper drop on the ninth. Certainly, such sportsmanship cannot go unnoted.

Sims dropped back with a second-round 80 but still finished second in the Senior division. Perez and the others were simply unable to match Moore’s torrid pace at any time during the final round.

“Even though this was the United States Golf Teachers Cup, it was nice to see teachers from over a dozen nations in attendance,” said USGTF president Geoff Bryant. “I always look forward to this tournament, because it brings together teaching professionals from all over the world with a common interest, and certainly bonds those that we would never otherwise have had an opportunity to meet.”
The location of the 14th annual United States Golf Teachers Cup will be announced in the next edition of Golf Teaching Pro.

Top scores from the 13th Annual
United States Golf Teachers Cup

September 29-30, 2008
Sandia Golf Club, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Note – prize money based on division finish

   
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1

Jerry Moore              $2,600

71

-

67

--

138

2

Jim Perez                   1,400

74

-

71

--

145

3

Mark Harman             1,800

74

-

73

--

147

4

David  Belling             1,000

78

-

71

--

149

5

Mike Henry                    700

76

-

74

--

150

5

Robert Green                700

76

-

74

--

150

7

Ridg Jackson                450

75

-

76

--

151

8

James Bell

77

-

75

--

152

8

Thomas Wartelle   

75

-

77

--

152

8

Bruce Sims                   850

72

-

80

--

152

11

Orville Johnson             600

75

-

78

--

153

12

Brian Powers

81

-

73

--

154

12

Luis Menezes

79

-

75

--

154

14

Charles Henry            1,200  

75

-

80

--

155

15

Jeff Bates                      450

76

-

80

--

156

15

Reginald Thompson      900

79

-

77

--

156

17

Feliciano Zamudio

76

-

81

--

157

18

Gary Elder

81

-

78

--

159

18

Versie Adams, Jr.         725

76

-

83

--

159

18

Preston Browning         525

77

-

82

--

159

21

George Wilson

77

-

83

--

160

21

Jerry Heinze

76

-

84

--

160

21

Donald Lightburn

79

-

81

--

160

21

Walt Abraham

79

-

81

--

160

21

Joe Bernat

75

-

85

--

160

26

Kern Doucet

81

-

80

--

161

26

Joseph Rivera

80

-

81

--

161

26

Robert Kleabir

77

-

84

--

161

26

John McGaugh

82

-

79

--

161

26

Gary Vilano

84

-

77

--

161

31

Carlos De Barros

79

-

83

--

162

31

Timothy Schmidt

78

-

84

--

162

31

Geoff Bryant

79

-

83

--

162

34

Glenn Stoklosa

84

-

79

--

163

35

Emmett Pratt

80

-

84

--

164

35

Melody Robinson         900

84

-

80

--

164

37

James Berry

85

-

80

--

165

37

Andy Rosales

90

-

75

--

165

39

Seung Chil Kim

86

-

80

--

166

39

Roger Byers

80

-

86

--

166

39

Jeffrey Campbell

81

-

85

--

166

39

Don Reynolds

85

-

81

--

166

43

George Gregory

86

-

81

--

167

44

Craig Wolfe

86

-

82

--

168

45

Frikkie Van Vuuren

84

-

85

--

169

45

James Drumm

86

-

83

--

169

45

Charlie Whitney

84

-

85

--

169

48

John Linton

89

-

81

--

170

48

Don Borrmann

87

-

83

--

170

50

Dong Hoon Yoo

84

-

87

--

171

51

John Ray

89

-

83

--

172

52

Kyle Miller

79

-

95

--

174

52

Guy Pruitt

88

-

86

--

174

52

Bert Boyce

83

-

91

--

174

55

Mike Perez

82

-

96

--

178

55

William Herbert

92

-

86

--

178

57

Robert Rainer

86

-

93

--

179

57

John Youngberg

93

-

86

--

179

59

Earl Hines

89

-

92

--

181

60

Fred Oshel

89

-

93

--

182

60

Mason Richardson

91

-

91

--

182

62

Ray Holder

86

-

97

--

183

63

Earl Coley

95

-

89

--

184

64

Glenn Mason

98

-

87

--

185

65

Salem Shahin

89

-

97

--

186

65

Bill Standley

92

-

94

--

186

65

Jack Wagner

98

-

88

--

186

68

Dale Johnson

94

-

93

--

187

68

Pat Church                 200

95

-

92

--

187

70

Charles Simon

92

-

96

--

188

71

Fred Lieberman

95

-

95

--

190

72

James Hackford

100

-

91

--

191

73

James Krische

98

-

95

--

193

74

Kenneth Medeiros

91

-

105

--

196

75

Brian Brangman

97

-

100

--

197

76

Henrietta Austin

105

-

109

--

214

77

Adrian Brooks

105

-

118

--

223

78

Ken Morton

NS

-

NS

--

NS

78

Mark Philips

81

-

WD

--

WD

78

Mark Parker

WD

-

WD

--

WD

78

Daniel Jarvie

72

-

DQ

--

DQ

78

Daniel Twomey

97

-

WD

--

WD

78

Stephen Bishop

92

-

WD

--

WD

78

Bob Wyatt, Jr.

WD

-

WD

--

WD

78

William Foglesong, Jr.

104

-

WD

--

WD

78

Peter Hudson

WD

-

WD

--

WD

78

Ron Platz

WD

-

WD

--

WD

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