Two teams share lead at Maine Two-Man
24 Sep 2013
see also: Maine Four-Ball Championship, Sable Oaks Golf Club

BRUNSWICK, Maine (Sept. 24, 2013) -- Two teams paired up to shoot blistering seven-under-par 65s in the first round of the 2013 Two Man Championship currently being contested at Brunswick Golf Club.

Mark Plummer and Joe Alvarez, both members of this year's winning Maine Tri-State team (held this past weekend) tied former Brunswick members Steve Lycette and Tom Ellsworth to take a one-shot lead over four groups at 66.

An amazing 23 teams were under par for the first round, which featured scramble on the front nine and a best ball format on the back. The tournament has reversed the nines at Brunswick for the event so that players will finish tomorrow in front of the clubhouse.

Tomorrow's finale will feature best ball on the first nine, ending with modified alternate shot (both players hit drives) on the back.

ABOUT THE Maine Four-Ball

The Four-Ball Championship is open to all Maine resident amateur golfers. Sides will consist of two players both in good standing of an MSGA member club on or before the date they submit their application. This tournament features 36 holes of four-ball stroke play with gross and net competitions.

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