Pressley wins MC Open golf title

By Staff
Staff Reports, Hartselle Enquirer
Winning is all he knows. Falkville's Kyle Pressley took three tournament titles recently at the Quail Creek golf course.
The wins follow up a summer in which Pressley captured the state high school title.
Pressley took home the Morgan County Open titles in the Men's Division, Junior 16-18 Division and the Men's Nine Hole Shootout.
On Oct. 9 Pressley opened with a 65 to take a six-shot
lead after the opening day of the Open's Men's Division championship.
He followed it up with a 68 to win by 10 shots over former Hartselle High golfer Hunter Roberts.
On Oct. 11, Pressley opened the Junior 16-18 championship with a 68 and followed it up the next day with a 66 for a 16 shot win over Patrick Sutton.
Later the same day he won a nine-hole shootout by sinking a birdie on the 13th hole. Pressley and runner-up Hunter Roberts played the ninth hole four times before they could decide the issue.
In the Men's Senior Division, Bob Wojtas shot a 151 to take a three-shot win over Buford Burgess.
In the Junior 13-15 Division, Thomas Holt fired a 77 to top Logan Swanner by five shots.
In the nine-hole Junior 10-12 Division, Brett Wilson's 50 took first place followed by John David Rittman with a 61.
Justin Mayfield won the Junior Nine-and-Under Division with a nine-hole total of 43, Web Brown was second with a 52.
In the Girl's Junior 9-11 Division, Heather Nail shot a 46 to win by 20 shots over runner-up Katie Crow.
In the Junior nine-hole Shootout, Patrick Sutton topped Jeff Winther.

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