Carmel’s Cook places 4th in Indiana Open



Carmel resident Jeff Cook tied for fourth place overall at the Indiana Open Championship, held Mon.-Thurs. last week at French Lick Springs Resort’s Ross and Dye Golf Courses.

Cook, 51, shot two over par, finishing with a total of 286. He shares fourth with David Mills ofEvansville. Stephen Conrad ofSyracusetook the overall Indiana Open victory one under par at 283.

Cook was the Indiana Open Champion four times between 1986 and 1992. He played on the PGA and Nationwide Tours from 1990-2000.

Others fromCarmelcompeting in the championship were: Prairie View Golf Club PGA Professional John Dal Corobbo, who tied for eighth place at six over par, with a total of 290; Tony Lazzara, who shot 11 over par with a total of 295; and Ben Davidson, who shot 17 over par with a total of 301.

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