The third round for college players in the Judson Collegiate Invitational is Wednesday, July 18 beginning at 8 a.m.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Peruvian native Alicia Dibos has come close to winning many times in recent years at Legends Tour events across the nation. But she finally took home the trophy Monday at the inaugural Judson Invitational held at the Country Club of Roswell in Roswell. Hosted by LPGA Legend Rosie Jones and featuring a field of 30 Legends, including six Hall of Fame members, the one-day golf event boasted one of the most competitive rosters in the Tour's 11 seasons. Dibos fired a 68 to take the winner’s check of $15,000 and a special ceramic trophy designed in honor of tournament sponsors Dean and Lauren Judson’s late mother. "It was a great field," said Dibos. "So for me to be on top of this field at the end of the day is a feeling I can't describe. I'm …
Locals will get a chance to watch the best of the LPGA and the future of the sport when the Judson Collegiate Invitational and The Legends Tour Atlanta Pro-Am collectively descend upon the Country Club of Roswell, July 15-18.
When Jim and Beth Judson died in an October 2010 plane crash on their way home to Roswell after watching their daughter play in a golf tournament with her University of Southern Mississippi team, it wasn't only a devastating loss for their family and friends, but the entire community at large. As generous philanthropists, the couple had long been active in the local community, finding ways to give back for a life they felt blessed to live with their two children, Lauren and Dean. Unwilling to let her parents' death be chalked up to tragedy and forgotten, in the months after their death, Lauren began the quest of continuing her parents' mission to help others in a way that meant something to her - a charity golf tournament. "We came up with…