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Till and Werner Tied at 68

May 4, 2012

Noblesville, Ind. –

Ten months after teaming up to win the 2011 IGA Senior Team Championship, Sam Till, Jr. and Terry Werner will go head-to-head in the final
round of the 2012 IGA Tournament of Champions at Fox Prairie GC on Saturday.  Till, of Fort Wayne, and
Werner, Dyer, both shot opening round 68s at the two-day, stroke play

Till, with an early Friday tee time, was long gone from the course
before he heard Werner tied his 68 to share the lead with him.

“That is funny,” said Till. 
“We’ll have a good time tomorrow. 
We play a lot of golf together so we’ll enjoy the round.”

Other than a short missed putt at 17, Till was very pleased
with his work on the greens.

“I really got the putter going today,” said Till.  “I’m usually a better ball striker but I was very
happy with the way I putted.”

Werner was the last group off the course and immediately
joked about his final round pairing. 

“I started and finished the round with a bogey but played
solid golf in between,” said Werner.  “I’m
happy with the way I am playing right now.”

Lurking just one shot back are Tim Brown, Joe Hayden, and
Kenny Cook.  Cook won the Indiana Section
PGA Southern Open on Monday at Harrison Lake CC.

Click here for full field results.

The Indiana Golf Association Tournament of Champions is open
to all current, and the six previous years, men’s club champion at any IGA-PGA
member club.  All past champions of the
IGA Tournament of Champions also are eligible.  
Held at Fox Prairie Golf Club since 1975, the Tournament of Champions is
a two-day, stroke play event.

The Indiana Golf Association was established in 1900 and
serves as the governing body of amateur golf in the Hoosier state by
administering a handicap system and offering tournament opportunities.
Currently, 34,000 amateur golfers throughout Indiana utilize the Indiana Golf
Association for their golf handicap.