York’s Rohrer earns gold medal at Special Olympics

October 29, 2013 

— Scott Rohrer of York received a gold medal for the lowest 54-hole score at the recent 2013 Special Olympics North America Golf Invitational Tournament.

Rohrer shot an 81-80-81, for a total score of 242, on the par 71 Bay Course. He won first place in the top division of the 18-hole individual stroke play competition (Level V).

Rohrer was the record-making gold medalist at the 2010 Special Olympics national tournament, where he shot the 18-hole and 54-hole individual stroke play record of 71-75-75, for a total score of 221 at the Highlands Golf Course in Lincoln, Neb.

At the Special Olympics national tournament level, Rohrer has won three gold medals, in 2007, 2009 and 2011, in Level III 18-hole Unified Sports team play with his father, Jeff, as his partner.

He won three gold medals, in 2010, 2012 and 2013, in Level V 18-hole individual stroke play and one gold medal in Level IV 9-hole individual stroke play in 2005.

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