Pro golfer partnering with Colony Creek

Taylor Mitchell By Taylor Mitchell

Sept. 11, 2013 at 4:11 a.m.

David Lundstron was one of seven professional golfers to play in the Bluebonnet Youth Ranch Charity Golf Tournament in 1981 and is the fourth oldest pro to ever make the cut at a PGA tour event.

And now he's representing the Club at Colony Creek at the Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship just outside of Washington, D.C.

"I'm going to help promote the club," Lundstrom said as he gestured to his touring golf bag with The Club at Colony Creek's logo on it. "I'm going to do some outings and I may even do some teaching here. I'll also be wearing shirts and hats with the club's logo. Just, basically, be associated with the club."

Lundstrom began playing professionally in 1976 on the PGA tour and became fully exempt for the Champions Tour in 1997 where he played until a back injury in 2001 stalled his career. He's a three-time winner of the Southern Texas PGA Championship (under 50 division) and won the 2004 Texas State Senior Open.

In 2008, Lundstrom became the fourth oldest professional in the history of the PGA tour to make the cut at a tournament when he played in the Valero Texas State Open at La Cantera in San Antonio.

"I've had a lot of success. I made a little money," Lundstrom said. "Now, I want to use that knowledge and experience to do some teaching."



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