Salisbury man robbed whilst hitting golf balls
SALISBURY, Md. -A guy hitting golf balls into a lake turned into the sufferer of an armed robbery. Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack replied to the vicinity of Billy Gene Jackson Park at the 1200 Block of Jersey Road wherein A Salisbury man reported he was approached via an African American male, who waved a gun, disturbing his pockets and cellular telephone. The suspect then fled in a black passenger car. Officials pick out the suspect as an African American man who is approximately 6’01 and between the ages of 25 and 30. The research is ongoing; everybody with data is asked to name the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack at 410-749-3101.
We doff our cap to Sung Kang and Jason Kokrak. These pleasant athletes had been the best two golfers to play all 288 holes of the four consecutive Florida Swing occasions: Honda, Bay Hill, Players, Valspar. But there can be most effective one Low Florida Swinger, and now the tabulations are in, and we will provide our hearty congratulations to Jason, the long-hitting 33-year-antique Canadian-born American golfer who’s indeed coming into his prime. Jason, you’re the 2019 Low Florida Swinger, the recent new four-week competition sponsored by GOLF.Com and powered via the PGA Tour. Legal requires this following element: to take part; contestants should be at the least 18 years of age and feature performed all 288 holes of the 4 Florida Swing events: Honda, Bay Hill, Players, Valspar. Kang and Kokrak, who sit aspect-through-side in numerous locker rooms, were the most active gamers to do that. Which receives us to their seventy two-hollow rankings from the four events in playing order, followed with the aid of their grand totals:
Both played nicely for the duration of the month-lengthy stretch, but in Week IV Kokrak had a T2 end, ending the week a shot behind the winner, Paul Casey. With the stress on, he rose to the event! Jason, adequately accomplished, sir. You can count on a representative of GOLF Magazine/GOLF.Com to fete you with numerous emblems of your Sunshine State successes at an upcoming tournament. The Masters, preferably.