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Chris Langlois becomes No. 1 Slammer thanks to birdie bonanza

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Chris Langlois rocketed into top spot on the Indoor Slammer Tour Rankings presented by Combat Hockey by putting on a masterful seven-birdie performance on Sunday.

Langlois closed out some of the best Slammers by the 15th hole at Golf-O-Max to become the new No. 1.

He will now face three prominent challengers next Sunday during the final leg of the 2013/14 Indoor Slammer Tour season. One of the toughest to beat will be Andy Rajhathy, who is undefeated this season.

Registration for Sunday’s climactic showdown is open at http://www.slammertour.com/events.php?event_id=2594.

This week’s Top 30

  1. Chris Langlois
  2. Travis Lyndon
  3. Jack Egan
  4. Jamie Ryan
  5. Andy Rajhathy
  6. Bernie Trudel
  7. Allen McGee
  8. Ian Arsenault
  9. Stephane Richer
  10. Brian Kebic
  11. Mike Muise
  12. Alain Roy
  13. Lisa Muise
  14. Rob Leblanc
  15. Eric Smith
  16. Zac Wood
  17. Scott Laflamme
  18. Marc Loiselle
  19. Bob Pepin
  20. Marc Ffrench
  21. Terry Lauzon
  22. Andrew Penney
  23. Richard Beaudoin
  24. Greg Rogers
  25. Terry Benson
  26. Al Fraser
  27. Steve Swanson
  28. Ted Zimmerman
  29. Joe Devlin
  30. Margaret Zimmerman

The Indoor Slammer Tour plays courses from around the world on Golf-O-Max’s simulators in sync with the PGA Tour schedule.

www.slammertour.com

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