Cleveland Heights 4-Ball: Braykovich, Dull win thriller
LAKELAND, Fla. (April 6, 2014) -- Dave Braykovich buried a six-foot, downhill birdie putt to clinch the title for himself and partner Marc Dull at the 2014 Cleveland Heights Invitational Four-Ball.
The event, which goes to support junior golf in Polk County (Fla.) draws a huge crowd of spectators and they were treated to that putt on the 18th, which capped a 2-under 70 in Sunday's final round for the winning team. They opened with a 64 on Saturday and led wire-to-wire, topping two teams of former champions in Gary Cona and Drew Downs (2013 winners) and Kenny Davis and Tim Keeney (2011 winners).
Braykovich won the event in 2010 with partner Blake Holbrook but it was Dull's first win at the event.
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ABOUT THE Cleveland Heights 4-Ball
The Cleveland Heights 4-Ball Invitational
Tournament is held every spring, typically on
the first weekend in May, at the Clevelend
Heights Golf Club in Lakeland, Florida. The 4-
Ball is the largest amateur team golf event held
in Central Florida, and one of the finest
tournaments to be found anywhere. This is due,
in part, to the historic 27-hole golf course
developed in 1925, gracious sponsors and
wonderful volunteers — and over 288 of the
best golfers around.
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