S. Carolina Sr. Four-Ball: Smunk/Palmer win playoff
GEORGETOWN, S.C. (March 20, 2014) -- With afternoon weather conditions a little better for the second round, scores tended to improve and Bill Smunk and Bill Palmer beat Mark Giles and Tom Fulmer in a 3 hole playoff to win the 21st SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship at the DeBordieu Club.

Palmer and Smunk began the day trailing Giles and Fulmer by 5 strokes heading into the final round. They consistently put together two birdies on each side, along with having a better ball bogey free round, to finish their final round with a 4 Under 68 which lead to their eventual playoff victory with a par on the third hole.

Winning the First Flight were James Glenn and Tim Pope at 145. Rich Agle and Gary Loebs took the top honors in the Second Flight with a score of 150.

For full information including scoring & pairings – SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship

The 2014 SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship was played on the par 72 – 6,276 yard DeBordieu Club course in Georgetown, S.C. The field consisted 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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