The Greater Cleveland Skins Game traveled to Tanglewood National in Bainbridge on this first night of July.
Of the 22 players in attendance, three newcomers cashed in for the first time this season while two regulars improved their position on the leaderboard.
Mike Lynch made his trip up from Akron worthwhile, as he made eagle on the par-5 11th hole to grab the first skin of the night, worth $126.50.
Carl Quercioli of Munson Township also put his name on the leaderboard for the first time, making a birdie skin on the challenging 440-yard par-4 15th hole.
Bob Karshner rolled in a downhill putt on the par-4 17th hole to take home a skin and move up the leaderboard into sixth place.
And Jack Vanadia of North Royalton made his first showing of the year a double-dip, as he capped off the evening with a birdie on the difficult 420-yard par-4 18th hole and also grabbed the pin shot on the whopping 244-yard par-3 16th hole, worth $77.
Mike Angie finished off the winning as he captured the pin shot on the uphill 165-yard 12th hole.
Since the skins were spread out among four players and no big moves were made, Eddie Neer maintained his lead over Mark Evans in the chase for the Thompson Cup.
Next week Thursday, July 8th, The Greater Cleveland Skins game travels to Wicked Woods Golf Course in Newbury beginning at 5 p.m., where players can enjoy a $15 rate.
2010 GREATER CLEVELAND SKINS GAME LEADERBOARD: WEEK 11
|PLAYER||TOTAL||Skins||Skins $||Pins||Pins $|
|Steve Blackburn Jr||$490.33||3||$406.33||1||$84.00|
|Steve Blackburn Sr||$143.75||1||$143.75|