Mass. Four-Ball: Randall, Riley take lead
Middleton, MA — It may look like an unlikely pairing on paper, but Ryan Riley (Thorny Lea GC) and Jamison Randall (Chemawa CC) certainly looked like a match made in heaven following the first round of the 2014 Massachusetts Four-Ball Championship.

On a perfect day at Ferncroft Country Club, the pair teamed up for the first time in an MGA Championship and posted a score of 6-under par 66. It marked the low score posted on the Middleton layout and the second best score overall.

Only the team of Steve Faberman (Pine Brook CC) and Adam Rubin (Wedgewood Pines CC) bettered that mark as they carded a score of 7-under par 65 just 10 miles away at the event’s co-host, Golf Club at Turner Hill.

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ABOUT THE Massachusetts Four-Ball

Entries are open to two-person teams of amateur golfers who hold membership in an MGA member club and have an up-to-date combined MGA/USGA GHIN Handicap Index not exceeding 6.0, or who have completed their handicap certification as defined on the Entry Form. Competition will be 36 holes at Four-Ball Stroke Play.The Starting field will be 180 Teams. A team will be considered exempt if either team member garnered any points in the previous year's MGA Player of the Year Standings, provided the handicap eligibility is met. The top 20 teams plus ties from the MGA Four-Ball and the past five winners will also be exempt provided the handicap eligibility is met. The balance of the field will be determined on the basis of handicap index after the close of entries.

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