Gypsum’s Humerickhouse wins the Glenwood Open
One day after shooting an opening round of 65 Saturday at the Glenwood Open, Gypsum’s Keith Humerickhouse held on Sunday in the final round with a 72 to pick up the tournament win with a two-day score of 137. Humerickhouse’s final round of 72 was just good enough to defeat Denver’s Tyler Bishop in the championship flight as the Denver native shot a final round of 70 after a Saturday score of 68, finishing with a two-day score of 138.
Bishops’ final-round charge came up just short, as did Denton Walker’s in the championship flight as Walker shot a two-round total of 141 to finish four strokes off the lead.
In the first flight at the two-day Glenwood Open, Kirk Blaszyk won with a two-day score of 147, shooting a 71 on Saturday and a 76 on Sunday. David Sorel finished second in the flight with a two-day score of 149, shooting a 76 on Saturday and a 73 on Sunday up on the hill.
The second flight saw Josh Berns and Chris Hoffmeister tie for the lead as both shot a 160, with Berns shooting an 82 on Sunday and Hoffmeister shooting a 78. Jim Richmond and Shane Chatfield placed third and fourth with scores of 161 and 162 in the flight.
The third flight also saw a tie as Mike Wommack and Mike Hoffmeister shot two-round scores of 160 each, while Rifle twins Miguel and Hugo Mondragon shot rounds of 162 and 164 at the Open.
Closing things out in the fourth flight, Jim Otto won by five strokes, shooting a 164 to hold off Ron Stevens and his two-round score of 169. The fifth flight saw Todd Saunders win by 14 strokes with a 124, holding off David Vanderhoof with a score of 138.
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