Georgia Sr. Four-Ball: 2 teams share lead
COLUMBUS, Ga. --- Through two rounds of the Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship,
two teams have matched each other's scores to remain at the top of the leaderboard.
Rocky Costa of Alpharetta and Lee Dennis of Comer are in at 7-under-par 135 through 36
holes as are Chris Hall of Kennesaw and Jack Hall of Sea Island. Both teams have
identical 66-69=135 scores and will begin the final round three strokes ahead of the field.
The 22nd annual competition is taking place at the Country Club of Columbus and Green
Island Country Club, November 13-15.
The Super Senior flight, competing with the Championship flight at the Country Club of
Columbus, is led by Danny Daniels of Kingsland and Frank Perry of Fayetteville at 3-
under-par 139 (71-68).
Over at Green Island Country Club, two teams share the lead in flight one at 2-under-par
140: Arch Arnold and Fred Miller (70-70), both of Columbus, and Andy Robinson of
Columbus and Dan Trotter of Cataula (70-70). Flight two is led by two teams at 3-under-
par 139: Bill Carroll, Jr., of Rome and Dwight Duke of Duluth (74-65) and Bill McCune
and Frank Romeo (71-68), both of Columbus). Bob Kelly of Perry and Joe Pearson of Fort
Valley top flight three at 7-over-par 149 (79-70). In flight four, Geoffrey Richardson of
Roswell and Brad Ward of Marietta lead at 16-over-par 158 (79-79).
Due to heavy frost in the area, round two action was delayed. The Championship and
Super Senior flights began their round at the Country Club of Columbus at 10:00 a.m.,
while the first through fourth flights at Green Island Country Club got underway at 10:30
Entries were open to two-man teams of male amateur golfers age 55 or older as of
November 13, and who had a maximum handicap differential of six strokes. The field of
92 teams is divided into flights by handicap index. The Championship flight and Super
Senior flight are competing at the Country Club of Columbus, while the first through
fourth flights are playing at Green Island Country Club in Columbus.
View results for Georgia Senior Four-Ball Golf Championship