VISD Fall Classic Golf Round 1

On to golf, round one of the VISD Fall Classic.
I was at The Club At Colony Creek for that. Boys first, Logan Humphries of West, with this birdie on 18. Humphries, tied for 27th after shooting a 92. Clayton Maraggia of East is tied for sixth with a 78, Jacob Pena of St. Joe ninth at 82, Jared Lofland of the Warriors, tied for tenth at 84. Seth Theriot of St. Joe is 17th with an 86. Evan Salais of East, in 20th place after a first round 89. Round Rock McNeil leads the team standings with a 316. East boys Red in third at 350 , St. Joe in fifth AT 360, West boys A team in seventh at 367.
Now to the girls action at the VISD Fall Classic. Hole number seven, Carly Oracion of West, nice putt there. Carly’s in fifth after a first round 90. Warrior teammate Ansilee Stehling leads after a first round 85. Karsyn White of East, in third at 87. The East girls Red team, in the lead by eight shots at 379 over the West girls A team. St. Joe is fourth at 460. Final round starting Saturday morning at The Club At Colony Creek.

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) – Tiger Woods avoided a penalty for hitting the ball twice because of an 18-month-old rule that limits the use of advanced TV replays.

Woods was in a palm bush right of the 18th fairway Friday in the Hero World Challenge when he took a short back swing and tried to punch the ball back into play. Questions arose whether the ball stayed on the club too long, and PGA Tour officials reviewed the shot.

Chief rules official Mark Russell says only when they used high-definition replay in slow motion were they able to detect that Woods hit the ball twice. Woods says he didn’t feel the club make contact more than once.

The decision from May 2017 says that when penalties are not applied when a violation could not reasonably be seen with the naked eye.