Mike Bauer and Winn Tutterow each shot 1-under-par 71 Friday to share the first-round lead in the 2013 Charleston City Senior Amateur golf tournament at Municipal Golf Course. The tournament is for players 50 and older.
Brian Lott was one stroke off the lead. Former City Amateur champion Chris Pinckney, John Ebersole and Tony Morelli were tied for fourth at 73. Bert Atkinson, who is trying to win his third straight City Senior title, opened with a 74.
Bauer and Tutterow both had nines of 36 and 35 and made four birdies and three bogeys each.
Nick Avery leads the Super Senior division for players 60-69, shooting a 2-under 70. Charles Relyea and Dean Howard are the Super Super Senior leaders for players 70 and older after shooting 71s.
The tournament continues through Sunday. Tee times today begin at 8 a.m. and continue until 12:21 p.m.
Mike Bauer, 71; Winn Tutterow, 71; Brian Lott, 72; Christopher Pinckney, 73; John Ebersole, 73; Tony Morelli, 73; Bert Atkinson, 74; Kent Hall, 74; Andy Gianoukos, 75; Dave Brown, 75; John Frye, 75; Mark Hoover, 75; Sean McAvoy, 75; Jeff Roberts, 76; Mark Lipsmeyer, 76; Mark Pine, 76; Mike Harrison, 76; Patrick Harrington, 76; Tom Eberhard, 76; Charles McPherson, 77; Mark Danelon, 77; Gregg Griffith, 78; Doug Williams, 79; Michael Williams, 79; Mickey Baldwin, 79; Warren Peper, 79.
SUPER SENIOR (60-69)
Nick Avery, 70; Robert Fisk, 72; Ellis Greene, 73; Billy Wise, 74; Dick Greene, 74; John Weeks, 74; Mo York, 75; Bubber Ulmer, 76; Buddy Beard, 76; Chuck Zirkle, 76; James Jaco, 76; Frosty Norvell, 77; Ricky Bailey, 77; Barney Henderson, 78; Van Wilkerson, 78.
SUPER SUPER SENIOR (70-older)
Charles Relyea, 71; Dean Howard, 71; Hank Pinckney, 76; Jerry Weiss, 76; Billy Ray Graybeal, 77; Frank Loftin, 77; George Davis, 78; Richard Rieger, 78; Jack DeStefano, 80; Lowell McGauhey, 81; Elijah Funnie, 85; Roger Schroeder, 91.
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