Washington (WSGA) State Men's Best-Ball Championship

PORT ORCHARD, WA (May 26, 2006) -- Alex Stamey of Everett Golf & Country Club and Tom Brandes of Rainier Golf & Country Club teamed for a sizzling 9-under 63 in the final round to come from behind and claim the 50th WSGA Men’s Best-Ball Championship. The duo’s two-day total of 13-under 131 was good for a 1-shot win over Travis Andrews and Casey Granston. Three teams were tied another stroke back, including first round leaders Steve Klimek and Zack Shriver.

In the Senior Amateur Division, three-time past champions Jack Lamey and Bruce Richards of Seattle Golf Club fired a final round 7-under 65 to outlast first round co-leaders Mick and Jeff Remington and Kent Brown and Rick Weihe. Lamey and Richards shot a two-day total of 11-under 133, which was good for a 2-shot victory over Brown and Weihe. The Remington team finished alone in third, five shots off the pace. Lamey and Richards previously won this event in 1994, 1996, and 2000.

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ABOUT THE Washington Men's Best-Ball

36-hole four-ball stroke play, gross and net competitions. Must be a member of a WSGA member club. Senior and regular flights. Partners' handicaps must be within eight strokes. Field filled by exempt players and then order of receipt.

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