Philadelphia (GAP) Senior Four-Ball Stroke Play Championship

CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE, N.J.–David Brookreson of Pine Valley GC and Craig Scott of Huntingdon Valley CC carded a gross score of 2-under-par 70 to top 80 two-man teams and win the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s 46th Senior Four-Ball Stroke Play Monday at Stone Harbor GC (par 72, 6,216 yards) on Monday. They won in a tight, four-way match of cards over Frank DiGiacomo and Dennis Fellona of Merchantville GC; Don Donatoni of White Manor CC and Douglas Dick of Chester Valley GC, and Richard White of Jericho National GC and Michael McCorreston of The ACE Club, each of whom carded a 70.

Scott brought his team from behind with birdies on the 453-yard, water lined, par-5 No.16, from 15 feet, and the 328-yard, par-4 18th, from 25 feet, to tie for the lead and win the match of cards on the back nine.

DiGiacomo and Fellona, starting early, led the field most of the day as Fellona carded four birdies, including three deuces on Stone Harbor’s tough par 3s.

Robert Felter and Terry Radcliffe of Lancaster CC took low net honors with a 74-12—62, followed by White and McCooriston with 70-7--63. Jay Scattergood and Edward Godshall of Reading CC were third with 78-14—64.

ABOUT THE Philadelphia Senior Four-Ball

Format: 18-hole four-ball gross and net stroke play. Each player will be allowed 90 percent of his handicap. If a side has a difference of more than eight strokes (after allowance) in Course Handicap an additional 10 percent reduction will be applied to the Course Handicap of each member of the team. There will be a Senior flight and a Super-Senior flight. To be eligible for the Super-Senior flight both players must be 65 years of age at the time of the event.

Eligibility: Open to GAP Member Club golfers who are 55 years of age and over, and who have a handicap of 18.0 or lower. Partners need not be members of the same club.

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