Megan McChrystal birdied the final hole of the Symetra Tour Championship,
presented by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Sept. 23–30, to come
out as the champion at a season-ending event that saw rain delays and a
shortened final round that was called for darkness on Sunday. With one hole
left to play Monday morning, Sept. 30, the Louisiana State University grad
sunk a seven-foot birdie putt to finish at 13-under to seal the win. Ms. Mc-
Chrystal finished two strokes ahead of Perrine Delacour, a native of France.
For the Florida Campus Sports Council, the event marked its second
year as the official chiropractor for the season-ending championship.
For Palmer student interns Gabriel Altman and Joy Buendia, both 12th
quarter, treating the young professional golfers was a great experience.
“I love this,” Mr. Altman says. “The exposure it gives Palmer and chiropractic
is invaluable. It’s a pleasure to see how many of the players come
in for care. Many of them have been receiving chiropractic care for most
of their lives. They feel it is integral to their success.”