Azalea Invitational Recap

Corey Roberson, Director of Golf

Our Azalea Invitational is traditionally held on the Friday of Masters week. Members form 4-person teams that can consist of one member and three guests, two members and two guests, three members and one guest, or four members. The format is two best net balls of the foursome, plus each team picks two players from the Masters and their Friday scores count towards their team score. It’s no surprise that World #1, Scottie Scheffler, was a very common pick this year! Friday was a tough day in Augusta — it was the highest scoring average for an individual round in Masters history. There were only a handful of scores under-par and the lowest round (3-under) was shot by Masters rookie Ludvig Aberg. As for the conditions at Cordillera Ranch — the greens were slick and the wind blew a little, but overall, it was a beautiful day to play golf.

Congrats to our top finishers and thanks to the 108 players that competed in the event!

1st Place – 19-under

Greg Alexander / Darin Holderness / Scott Weisberg / John Wright

Pros – Scottie Sheffler & Max Homa

2nd Place – 17-under

Philip Earnest / Trey Hallmark / Terrence Miskell / Andrew Tosdevin

Pros – Ludvig Aberg & Russel Henley

3rd Place – 17-under

Rusty Olsen / Javier Trevino / Robert Bodet / Todd Sprencel

Pros – Scottie Sheffler & Max Homa

4th Place – 16-under

Dan Gulley / Laurie Gulley / Adam Phillipe / Paul Shurtleff

Pros – Scottie Sheffler & Xander Schauffle

5th Place – 15-under

Nick Vanderpool / Dickie Sirotiak / Shaun Sirotiak / Shane Sirtoiak

Pros – Scottie Sheffler & Ludvig Aberg

Closest to the Hole

#4 – Taylor Coleman
#7 – Scott Weisberg
#13 – Ward Lewis
#16 – Boris Kagan

Corey Roberson is the Director of Golf at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch. He can be reached at and 830.336.4653.

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