Palm Beach Four-Ball: Familiar names sit atop lead
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 3, 2014) -- Steve Anderson and R.J. Nakashian hold the second-round lead at the 2014 Palm Beach Four-Ball at Bear Lakes Country Club.

The duo shot an opening-round 60 and followed it up nicely Saturday with a 63. They hold a one-shot advantage over John Pickett and Sawyer Shaw.

The teams of Robbie Wright and Richard McCarthy and Evan Frederick and Christopher Reeves are tied for third place, sitting six shot behind the leaders.

In the senior division, Jimmy Key and Marty Rifkin again find themselves on top. The former MLB pitcher Key and Rifkin are three shots up on the field and second-place duo Todd Jablonski and Tim Hanlon thanks to rounds of 62-69 to open play.

ABOUT THE Palm Beach Four-Ball

36-hole two-man team event with Open, Senior (ages 50-59) and Super Senior (60+) divisions.

First Round: Better Ball – Both players play their own ball and the lower score of the partners is the score for the hole. If one partner fails to complete the play of a hole, there is no penalty.

Final Round: Modified Alternate Shot – Both players tee off on every hole. You then play your partners drive for your second shot. After second shots have been played, one ball is selected to complete the hole and that ball must be played alternately until holed out.

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