“Iron Mike” Davis Defeats Dominguez on Hill
Seminole Pro Tour / Hollywood, CA
The Seminole Pro Tour makes its first stop on the West Coast this Memorial Day weekend, with the legendary Hollywood Billiards in Hollywood, CA, hosting this $8,500-added stop. A total of 59 players came out to vie for the $5,000 first-place prize, many of whom are traveling home from the World Pool Masters and U.S. Open World 10-Ball Championships last week in Las Vegas, NV.
There is a stellar field composed of locals, travelers, and pros alike. “Iron Mike” Davis and L.A. pro Oscar Dominguez played a feature match-up in the first round, and Davis prevailed after a hill-hill battle. SoCal’s Arturo Rivera progressed past Bob Jocz 7-4, while other California players are still playing in the first round.View the Seminole Hard Times Brackets
Max Eberle, the house pro at Hollywood Billiards, has another featured match with Stevie Moore in the first round. Hawaii’s Rodney Morris advanced past Isaac Wooton 7-2, while Corey Deuel bested Michael Berry 7-3.
The format is a race to 7, double elimination, with a single extended final race. The tournament will crown a winner Monday, May 31. Visit InsidePOOL for the latest news in the sport of billiards and pool.