Wisconsin Two-Man: Weber, Dirks win by three
WEST BEND, Wisc. (Sept. 22, 2014) — Entering the final round of the Wisconsin Two-Man Championship, Joe Weber and Josh Dirks were one-over par and trailed by a shot. But the final-round, which was played in a scramble format, the two shot nine-under 63 to run away with a three-shot win.

The lowest round of the third day went to Aaron Gavin and Logan Kranz, who shot 61. Gavin is coming off a win last week at the Wisconsin Mid-Amateur.

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ABOUT THE Wisconsin Two-Man

Competition will be 18 holes bestball (Four-ball) on Sunday afternoon, 18 holes alternate shot (Foursomes) on Monday morning and gross score (Individual Stroke Play) for each team member on Monday afternoon. This will give a 72-hole score for each team. The winning team will be the team with the lowest score for the combined four 18 hole scores.

Entries are open to all amateur male golfers who have attained age 19, are affiliated with a WSGA member club, which is interpreted to mean - a team member must be eligible to participate in a member club or golf course's Championship events. Team members are NOT required to be from the same club but must have a MAXIMUM combined WSGA/USGA HANDICAP INDEX OF 12.0.

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