Two local golfers competed in the Professional Gold Association (PGA) South Texas Senior Series tournament held Monday and Tuesday, June 29-30, at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course.
Fifty-one golfers, who had to be 50 as of Sept. 25 of this year, played in the two-day tournament.
Edwin Dickens finished tied for seventh with Marty Fleckman, a former PGA Tour golfer who also won a national championship for the University of Houston in 1965, by carding a 140.
Dickens finished seven strokes behind tournament champion Danny Gonzales of Round Rock, who won the tournament with a combined score of 134, eight strokes under par.
Alan Wooley scored a 152 over the two-day tournament and finished tied for 28th.
Ben Sauls, Ron Schroeder and Cameron Bass finished in the top five of the tournament with scores of 135, 136 and 137, respectively.