Early in the round it looked as though Fraser McIntyre would separate himself from the pack and make a move at Kim's lead. However, in the end as the conditions got cooler and breezy, Kim made some clutch par putts and finished with a birdie to tie McIntyre at even par 72 and clinch the John H. Davis Cup. Ed Maunder started with a birdie but struggled most of the day en route to a round of 76 and falling to third in the overall Wick Agencies Order of Merit. Jim Kenesky (Lowville GC) maintained his fourth place finish with his round of 74. While Ciaran McAleavey moved up to fifth after his second victory of playoffs.
The Trimark Money List was a close race as Fraser McIntyre edged Yong Woo Kim by $11.50 finishing with $2220.75. McIntyre will receive a small package from Trimark Sportswear for his efforts over the course of the season. Earlier in the season, McIntyre also captured the Wick Agencies Senior Order Merit.
The 2012 GHT season was a big success and will see more exciting changes coming for the 2013 season. In all the Tour had 4 outright event winners and 4 events with co-winners. To further showcase the depth of the Tour 33 players made it on to the Trimark Money List and Yong Woo Kim had a scoring average of 70.0 over the 7 events he participated in. The low round of the season was 6 under par 66 shared by Fraser McIntyre and Brian Hutton at Southbrook G&CC. The Pro/Junior Golf Classic was held at Southern Pines G&CC and saw a Junior top the entire field. Nic Ross posted a solid 49 points that was 6 points better then Matt Robinson (Heron Point) and Fraser McIntyre who shared the professional victory.
The Golden Horseshoe Tour would like to thank Tour Partners Wick Agencies, Trimark Sportswear, and The Watermark Taphouse and Grille for their support and generosity throughout the season. The Tour also thanks all the host courses and their staff for allowing us the privilege to be able to compete on their golf courses this year. The GHT is very fortunate to have great partners and golf facilities and without them the Tour would not be a success e. Finally, the GHT would like to thank Mike Grierson and Craig Cupido and all the staff at Glencairn for their help and hosting the final regular event of the season.