Vol 22 March 2014

Mac Everett
General Chairman

Kym Hougham
Executive Director

Jan Ivey
Director of Marketing and Partner Relations

Tony Schuster
Director of Operations

Gwen Crow
Tournament Coordinator

Paula Burnett
Volunteer Coordinator

Christine Lockett
Tournament Project Manager

Tournament Stats

Several new statistical items were added to the tournament record book during this year's tournament. Here are a few of them:

Brendon de Jonge

The record for the most contrasting 18-holes was shattered when Brendon de Jonge shot an 8-over-par 80 in the first round and then came back on Friday to shoot a 10-under-par 62, which tied the tournament record for 18 holes. The 18-stroke difference in rounds is the most in tournament history. Through the years, several players had as much as ten-stroke differences between back-to-back rounds. De Jonge shot 68-69 on the weekend and finished tied for sixth.

tournament-stats-02Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer became the first player in tournament history to record back-to-back eagles. In the first round, Kaymer had an eagle-3 on the par-five 7th hole and then recorded an eagle-2 on the par-four 8th hole. Kaymer, who won the U.S. Open at Pinehurst this year, shot a 69 during the round and finished the tournament tied for 18th.