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Golfers survive 1st round

The two Arcadia-area golfers competing on the Golf Channel reality show “Big Break Disney Golf”, which made its debut Tuesday night, survived the first round.


Larry Stewart

Larry Stewart


A large gathering of nearly 100 friends and supporters of Blake Moore gathered at the Monrovia home of his sister and her husband, Kelley and Dave Johnson, to view the debut show.


Blake Moore, far right in checkered pants, gives a fist pump as he watches himself in premiere episode of "Big Break Disney Golf" at a party in his honor Oct. 13.

Blake Moore, far right in checkered pants, gives a fist pump as he watches himself in premiere episode of "Big Break Disney Golf" at a party in his honor Oct. 13.



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Blake poses with his mom and dad, Marti and Keith Moore.


A loud cheer echoed throughout the house after it was announced that Blake won the bunker-shot competition. That gave Blake, 25, of Monrovia, immune status, meaning he didn’t have to compete in a two-hole playoff.

Kevin Erdman, 30, of Arcadia had to compete in the playoff, but he went birdie-par to avoid elimination.

Ed Moses, an Olympic swimmer who won a gold and silver medal in 2000 and twice set the world record in the 200-meter breaststroke, was the lone competitor knocked off the show.

“Big Break Disney Golf,” taped at the Disney Resort in Orlando, Fla., airs Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. and has a 10-week run.

Editor’s Note: See related postings at Larry Stewart’s blog, a more detailed profile of Blake Moore, and a profile of Kevin Erdman.

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