Golf > Rain Dampens Play at Greater Gwinnett

| April 18, 2015


DULUTH – Rain affected play at the Greater Gwinnett Championship as the first round had to be halted.

The PGA Champions Tour event, held each year at the TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, north of Atlanta, saw the leaders nearing completion of the first round.

One of those is Ian Woosnan, who managed to make it through 14 holes before play was stopped.  He was asked how this will affect his play when (and if) it can resume tomorrow.

“Yeah. Well, I guess in Europe we play a lot in the rain,” said Woosnan Friday afternoon.  “Not necessarily that, it’s just that the course is extremely wet on the ground and I think you’ve got to be very patient out there. Obviously you’ve got to hit the ball and then the dirt after it. Played extremely well for my first 13 holes. I could have been one or two shots a little bit better but I’m very happy to be 4-under par and looking forward to tomorrow.”

Joey Sindelar leads through 15 holes at -4 tield with Tommy Armour, III, Gary Halberg, Woosnan, and Olin Browne.

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