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Wiseman and Two Others Qualify for National Assistant Championship

Aug 3, 2021

Timothy Wiseman of Old Capital Golf Club fired a first round score at the Indiana PGA Assistant Championship at Pine Valley Country Club of 1-under-par, 69 to be two strokes off Craig Isabel’s 3-under-par, 67, the leader at the time. Being behind the leader, however, was short-lived for Wiseman.
Despite an early bogey on the par-4, 1st, Wiseman was able to catch ahold of the lead after a bogey by Isabel on the par-5, 4th, where Wiseman made a birdie. Wiseman’s bogey on the 1st was his only the remainder of the final round.
“In the first round I wasn’t hitting it very close, and I was just kind of making boring pars, but it was still effective golf,” Wiseman said. “Today, in the final round, I was driving the ball pretty well, starting to hit it closer to the hole, and was able to get some putts to fall.”
After the 4th, Wiseman was able to stay in the lead for the remainder of the final round. Despite Eric Steger making a tremendous run at the end of the final round by birdying four out of his last five holes, it wasn’t enough to catch the leader. Wiseman fired a final round of 5-under-par, 65 to finish at 6-under-par for the tournament and defeat Steger by two shots, who finished at 4-under-par for the tournament.