Tyler Ware and Flynn McNabb’s lead was reduced to three strokes after Saturday’s third round of the San Angelo Country Club Men’s Partnership Golf Tournament as they seek a wire-to-wire win on Sunday.
Ware and McNabb had a four-shot advantage after Friday’s second round, but they shot their best score of the week so far in round 2, but still sit at 67-65-68–200 (13 below normal).
Two teams are tied for second place – John Duke Hudson and Colton Williams (68-68-67–203) and Luke Healy and Mike Hills (69-67-67–203).
Hudson and Williams won the titles in 2019 and 2020, and Hudson is a six-time winner overall. He graduated from Sonora High School and played collegiately for the College of Charleston.
The duos Chad Meeks and Justin Holcomb (70-67-67–204) and Erik Huedepohl and Eric Haddad (67-71-66–204) are tied for fourth, four strokes behind. Meeks is a former Central San Angelo High School tennis player.
Ware and McNabb are shooting for their first SACC title for the first time playing together.
McNabb stood out at Central and the 2019 graduate played briefly at Incarnate Word at San Antonio, an NCAA DI school. He is currently considering his future options and resides in Austin.
Ware moved to San Angelo from Georgetown less than a year ago. He graduated from Texas State University in 2019.
San Angelo Country Club Male Partnership
Saturday’s third round results
NOTE: Will be updated with full results.
Tyler Ware/Flynn McNabb 67-65-68–200
John Duke Hudson/Colton Williams 68-68-67–203
Luke Healy/Mike Hillis 69-67-67–203
Chad Meeks/Justin Holcomb 70-67-67–204
Erik Huedepohl/Eric Haddad 67-71-66–204
AJ Pursley/Travis Klutts 69-67-70–206
Cody Childers/Warren Smith 68-69-70–207
Blake Vinson/Nathan Anderson 69-68-70–207
Zach Drennan/Jack Graves 70-72-67–209
Nash Nelson/Brett Holly 70-68-73–211
Wilson/Tanner Evans case 73-70-69–212
Jim White/Cory Adams 67-72-74–213
Anthony Longoria/Jeffrey Frye 69-71-73–213
Logan Philley/Brett Womack 75-71-68–214
Nathan Pomroy/Reed Stegall 73-68-67–208
Lahne Burns/Zach McCormick 68-71-72–211
John Callahan/Kyle Doby 73-70-70–213
Jason Ball/Marshall Brown 71-72-71–214
Mark Vega/Travis McMahon 68-75-71–214
Jason Trowbridge/Kevin Cartledge 72-75-67–214
Coleman Coon/Zach Coon 73-68-74–215
RT Mackie/Brandon Doremus 71-70-74–215
Steve Jones/Tim Walker 77-70-70–217
Jason McMillan/Kevin Dusek 73-75-71–219
Cade Custer/Troy Jenike 77-77-71–225
Michael Kotze/Travis Tucker 81-74-71–226
Spencer Plagens/Marcus Cook 75-72-70–217
Carson Cummings/Kevin Burns 71-69-79–219
Colby Meeks/Charles Hartzke 73-72-74–219
Cooper Hogg/Jamin Burke 72-75-73–220
Chris Evatt/Cole Mikulik 69-71-78–220
Keith McCutchen/Sterling Abbott 77-72-72–221
Ryan Albert/Drew Pigg 73-77-72–222
Michael Folmar/Austin Chambers 75-74-74–223
Wes Evans/Steve Bennett 72-78-75–225
Lance Velez/Mike Gonzales 74-76-76–226
Brantley King/Riley King 79-76-75–230
Gilbert Velez/Clint Adams 78-75-77–230
Bart Johnson/Kyle Deshazo 73-77-81–231
Bill Burford/Benny Granger 82-75-75–232
Trey Dendy/Dana Tomlinson 78-75-67–220
Brad Thompson/Bryan Thompson 77-73-72–222
Mike McMillan/Justin Hoelscher 73-76-74–223
Mason Vaughn/Nathan Jimenez 74-77-72–223
Steven Brooks/Cody Cauley 72-75-77–224
Chaney McBee/Jacob Hagan 74-78-73–225
Chase Hord/Katlin Horwood 79-69-77–225
Larry Coon/Odus Wittenburg 78-78-74–230
Doug Chitsey/David Vance 73-78-79–230
Nick Wisniewski/Gile Sloan 80-78-73–231
Craig Ellwanger/John Granaghan 75-79-77–231
Jackson Duncan/Jason Calhoun 81-78-75–234
Jean Paul Boissé/Lance Brock 75-78-87–240
Randy Crooks/Will Henderson 83-84-80–247
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