Champions Cup: Ebalo, Horodesky lead loaded field
HOUSTON, Texas (May 1, 2014) -- Kenny Ebalo and Gregory Horodesky combined for a first-round 62 and hold the lead at the 2014 Champions Cup Invitational at Champions Golf Club.
Playing the club's Cypress Creek course, Ebalo and Horodesky opened up a two-shot lead over Brady Exber and Kevin Marsh and the team of Brad Kropp and Randy Lance.
Buzz Baker and Shane Heise are tied with Jess Bonneau and Jonathan Shipley for fourth place while defending Champions Cup winners Dan Crockett and Parker Smith sit tied for sixth along with James Minahan and Ryan Oliver.
Champions is Jack Burke's club, and the Champions Cup is his invitational tournament. A a special place, full of history and worthy of the championships it has hosted, which include the Ryder Cup, the U.S. Open, and the Tour Championship, Champions Club plays host to the Champions Cup, a 72-hole four-ball event with no cut.
It is a very popular tournament that attracts a national field. To be considered for entry, players must maintain a maximum USGA handicap of 3, and be at least 25 years old. Walking is required.
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ABOUT THE Champions Cup
Champions is Jack Burke's club, and the
Champions Cup is his
invitational tournament. This is a special
place, full of history and
worthy of the championships it has hosted,
which include the Ryder
Cup, U.S. Open, U.S Amateur, U.S. Mid-
Amateur and multiple Tour
Championships. The Champions Cup is a 72-
hole four-ball event with
no cut. It is a very popular tournament that
attracts a very strong,
competitive national field. To be considered
for entry, players must
maintain a maximum USGA handicap of 3, be
at least 25 years old
and submit playing accomplishments to be
considered. Walking is
required. But long pants, are no longer
mandatory. Contestants are
urged to stay at the homes of Champions
members (at no cost), but
can arrange their own accommodations if
desiring to do so.
: The tournament formerly
required both contestants
to be from the same state but has since
waived that requirement.
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