Manchester Open Wasn’t What We Hoped

John Elliott, a former PGA Tour member, won the Manchester Open Monday with a score of 66 and the guy for whom I was caddying, Chip Mendela, did not have a good day. After shooting 40 on the front, he followed with a 47 on the back, undone by an 8 on the par-4 13th. If I were him, I’d blame it on the caddie.

If he can take any solace in his 87 it might be the fact that he beat Ivan Lendl—yes, that Ivan Lendl—by one shot.

You can read about the tournament by clicking here.

 

 

TOPICS: On the Bag Tags:

ABOUT: Anthony Pioppi

Anthony Pioppi is the author of “To the Nines,” and “The History of The Minikahda Club Golf Course,” and coauthor of “Haunted Golf.” Pioppi is a Senior Writer for Superintendent magazine and has written for publications including the USGA website, Golf Course Architecture, Links, GolfPunk, the Chicago Tribune and Golfweek. The Executive Director of the Seth Raynor Society, Pioppi is an overseas member of the St. Andrews Golf Club, Scotland.

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)