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Power Events' Golden Tee Tour is approaching the home stretch, and there are now only two tournament stops left on the 2012 circuit. Before we look ahead, however, let’s look back on how the PEGT Tour has gone thus far.
North Carolina’s David Duncan took home the first tournament title of the year, winning the 2012 Orlando Open back in February. The event headed back to the Midwest in the month of April for the 2012 St. Louis Open – one of the favorite stops all year – and it was Florida’s Sean Gervais taking home the crown.
On the last weekend in May, the action shifted north and the game’s best flocked to St. Charles, Illinois for the Windy City Open. St. Louis trackballer Evan Gossett took home this crown for his first tournament win.
With three different winners in three events, fellow Missouri pro Dan Wies kept up this trend by winning his first event at the Denver Open just a short while back. Four different events, four different winners.
Each tournament awards players PEGT Points depending on where they finished. The better the finish, the more points they receive. Once the Dallas Holiday Classic has been completed in December, the top 32 players with the highest PEGT Points totals will then compete in a Player of the Year Tournament to crown this year’s winner.
Houston's Mark Stenmark is the current leader at the top of the leaderboard, and the top 5 is as follows. You can check out the full standings here.
Richmond is up next and we’ll have plenty more on this tournament – which will be the first on GT 2013 – in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more PEGT Tour updates and check out their official website for more information.