Cravens Invitational: 2014 final results
19 May 2014
by Benjamin Larsen of AmateurGolf.com

see also: Cravens Invitational Golf Tournament, San Gabriel Country Club

SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (May 19, 2014) -- Doug and Alec Martinez defeated Michael Nevell and Cody Small, 1-up, to win the top prize at the 2014 Cravens Invitational at San Gabriel Country Club.

The No. 2 seed, Martinez and Martinez stormed through their side of the bracket to halt run from 5th-seeded Nevell and Small.

Other flight winners in the prestigious invitational team championship included: Patrick and Taylor Haden (Mission Flight), Michael and Ryan Flanagan (Padre Flight), Tyler Edgarton and Rich Rescigno (Live Oak Flight), Eric and Chris Edmonds (Aliso Flight), Mike Davis and Justin Watson (Los Robles Flight), Albert Kim and Todd Sherman (Amigos Flight), Brian Kleinlein and DJ Langer (Verde Flight), Lance Johnston and John McIntosh (Peon Flight), DAn Fenton and Warren Gilbert (Visitadores Flight), Steve Neufeld and Craig Woods (Visitadores Dos Flight), Basil Christopoulous and Mark Taylor (Visitadores Tres Flight) and Bob Gross and Bart Kessel (San Gabriel Flight).

The prestigious Cravens Invitational Tournament, began in 1925 and has been played at San Gabriel since 1943. Each year, it attracts teams from all over the nation and has earned the reputation as one of the finest amateur golf events anywhere.

ABOUT THE Cravens Invitational

The Cravens Invitational began in 1925 and has been played at San Gabriel Country Club since 1943. It annually attracts teams from all over the nation.

John Cravens, a Southern California sportsman, had the idea for the event when he saw two-ball foursome matches in Scotland. He staged the first tournament at the old Midwick Country Club in 1925. It was moved to San Gabriel Country Club in 1943 and has become an integral part of the golf program at San Gabriel.

The rules are simple - Each player must have a handicap under 13 (11.9 index) and be an amateur. The winners of each match are based on the net scores. It is a grueling event. To win the Championship, a team might have to play as many as 108 holes, counting a qualifying round.

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