DES MOINES, Iowa – Scott Parel shot a 6-under 66 on Saturday to extend his lead to five strokes in the PGA Tour Champions’ Principal Charity Classic. Parel had a 15-under 129 total at Wakonda Club to break the tournament 36-hole record of 13 under set a year ago by eventual winner Tom Lehman. The 54-year-old Parel won twice last year on the 50-and-older tour, and he’s a strong bet to add a third win Sunday after a second straight bogey-free round. ”I like how I’m playing,” Parel said. ”Somebody’s going to have to play good to beat me.” The list of players who’ll try to do just includes Marco Dawson, who shot a 65 to match Jerry Kelly (67) at 10 under. Gene Sauers (68), David Toms (68) and Billy Andrade (69) were 9 under. Parel tied the course record of 63 on Friday, finishing with five birdies on the back nine. Parel pulled away even more from the field with a second-round performance that was nearly as dominant. Parel stuck his approach to 6 feet on No. 10 to push his lead to four shots, and a birdie putt on No. 12 gave him a five-stroke lead. Parel’s streak of par-5 birdies at Wakonda didn’t end until he missed on No. 13 by about an inch. After Parel put himself into a green-side bunker on the 16th hole, he chipped to a foot. Full-field scores from the Principal Charity Classic Parel will be tough to beat in the final round if he can at least stay under par, but that’s not how he plans to approach it. ”I’ve played with these guys enough to know that somebody back there probably is going to shoot seven to nine under (par),” Parel said. ”There’s no let up.” Dawson, who shot a first-round 69, kicked off his surge with an eagle on the par-5 fifth hole. Dawson bogeyed the next hole, but he rallied with seven more birdies to get within striking distance of Parel heading into Sunday – though he did blow a 3-foot birdie putt on No. 15. Despite shooting Saturday’s low round, Dawson was still well off Parel’s pace. ”You don’t have any control over (Parel’s) game. He doesn’t have any control over your game. So if he plays great, great,” Dawson said. ”You don’t want to change your strategy, so to speak.” Kelly picked up an eagle on the fifth hole to highlight a bogey-free day. Sauers surged up the leaderboard with six straight birdies before closing with a bogey and a short missed birdie putt on No. 18. Money leader Scott McCarron, whose first senior win came in Iowa in 2016, was 7 under after a 67. Chris DiMarco, who started the second round in second place, two strokes back of Parel, fell apart on Saturday. He bogeyed back-to-back holes on the front nine and finished with a 75. After opening with a 76, Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee rebounded with a 1-under 71 in his first PGA Tour Champions start since last year’s The Senior Open. The 56-year-old is 3 over and 15 shots off the pace after two rounds.
Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Items:Struga 2019 handball Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMacedonian city of Struga has one of the longest tradition of organizing summer handball tournaments. This year will be the 47th time that handball teams from all over the world gathering in open-sky event in small city on Ohrid Lake .Organizers with legendary Macedonian player Naumce Mojsovski on the helm, announced the list of participants for 2019 edition which will be held between August 14 and 17.Domestic vice-champions and EHF Champions League 2019/2020 participants HC Eurofarm Rabotnik will try to save trophy at home alongside domestic RK Struga, RK Butel Skopje (another team which will play at EHF Cup), Greek vice-champions AEK Athens, Romanian vice-champions Dobrogea Sud Constanta and Swedish team Eskilstuna Guif.Groups and final schedule will be announced soon. ShareTweetShareShareEmail
Skyler Vyse wasn’t the least bit anxious when the call came in on June 30.“My first thought was, ‘Can I go down there?’” said Vyse, 26, a Florida native and Boatswain Mate Third Class in the United States Coast Guard.As they approached their destination, Vyse grew more apprehensive. “I started tensing up,” he said.On Thursday, Vyse and nine other members of the U.S. Coast Guard received Heroic Actions awards for their response to the grisly events of June 30 that left three people dead. At the time however, the Coast Guard knew there was an active shooter on McFaddin Beach. They knew there had been casualties. Beyond that, information was scant.“We got the call around 4 p.m. and grabbed our guns,” said Shawn McCutchen, 28, a Florida native and maritime law enforcement specialist. Because of their location in Sabine Pass, the Coast Guard arrived at the scene within 10 minutes. A Port Arthur police officer was already there. “They took control and helped us secure the area,” said Jefferson County Sheriff Mitch Woods. “They kept the crowd back.”The Coast Guard found Lauren Brack, 31, of Groves, dead from a gunshot wound. Her shooter, Eric Barragan, 32, of Bridge City, was also dead, from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot to the head. Deputy Nick Garsee performed CPR on a second victim, Regino “Gino” Maybit, 34, of Groves, for approximately 30 minutes before Maybit died from his wounds.“All of them were invaluable that day,” Woods said.That’s why Garsee, the members of the Coast Guard, and two Port Arthur Police Department officers received the awards. “When a tragic event occurs, it brings us all together,” Woods said. “We have an invaluable partnership, and in instances like this, we realize what those partnerships mean.”McCutchen, who said this was the first incident of its kind he has seen during his seven years with the Coast Guard, was appreciative, but nonchalant.“We’re just out there doing our job,” he said.Email: [email protected]: @ErinnPA
AT THE ABU DHABI WORLD Professional Jiu Jitsu Championship, a tournament Robert Stines of Phelps Dunbar in Tampa calls “the Olympics of jiu jitsu,” he placed fourth in his division (Master II – Purple Belt, Lightweight). He competed against fighters from countries like Japan, Australia, Lebanon, Brazil, and UAE, and is, therefore, considered to be ranked fourth in the world in his division. Rob considers this tournament to have been a great learning experience and hopes to make it back next year for a shot at the championship. Stines ranked fourth in the world June 1, 2015 Regular News
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The training, which is taking place at the Kenai Municipal Library, is also being broadcast online so that on-duty crews can attend, according to Prior. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Personnel from Central Emergency Services, Kenai and Nikiski Fire Departments, Kachemak Emergency Services, along with responders from Anchorage and Seldovia, and students from Kenai Peninsula College are attending Paramedic Refresher training. The training, which started on Sunday, last four days taught by renowned instructor Dennis Edgerly. The training is based on a national competency core curriculum: “There’s certain criteria, certain areas, of the refresher that they have to hit. So, it’s split up into things that both the state and national require us to hit.” Battalion Chief Tony Prior with the Kenai Fire Department: “Most of the departments in the Peninsula are attending here, especially the three local ones. Paramedics are required to do so much training per year or as the state requires.”