S. Carolina Sr. Four-Ball: Giles/Fulmer lead in tough conditions
GEORGETOWN, S.C. (March 18, 2014) -- In what most remarked “the hardest conditions” they have ever played in, Mark Giles and Tom Fulmer took advantage of a later tee time and shot a first round score of six under par 66 in the SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship at the DeBordieu Club.

Although the leaders missed a lot of the misting rain, cold temperatures and high winds were still prevalent throughout the day and didn’t seem to deter them from taking a five shot lead heading into the final round. Giles and Fulmer bogeyed the first and fifth hole of the day, but reeled off eight birdies throughout the rest of their round to take command.

Leading the First Flight are five teams tied at one under par 75. Six teams are a top the Second Flight at 79.

The final round will be played on Wednesday beginning at 8:00 a.m. For full information including pairings – SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship

The 2014 SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship is being played on the par 72 – 6,492 yard DeBordieu Club course in Georgetown, S.C. The field consists of 60 two-man teams playing Best Ball format conducted over thirty six holes. The Senior Four Ball Championship is one of 20 Major Championships conducted annually by the South Carolina Golf Association.

ABOUT THE South Carolina Senior Four-Ball

The SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship began in 1994 as an opportunity for individuals over the age of 55 to have a true partners Championship.

With the emphasis on lower handicapped seniors, the SCGA was allowed more freedom to move the Senior Four Ball across the State and the ability set up more challenging venues for the players looking for stronger competition. Not to cut all players out of the opportunity to win something, the SCGA flights the field after the first round to give everyone a sporting chance for a victory of some kind.

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