Will Dennis, Blair Scurlock win inaugural Chanticleer National Four-Ball
GREENVILLE, S.C. (Oct. 26, 2014) — Greenville Country Club, site of the annual Chanticleer National Senior Invitational every year since 2011, began hosting the Chanticleer National Four-Ball Invtiational for the first time in 2014. Greenville residents Will Dennis and Blair Scurlock took home the first title on Sunday, shooting a final-round 67 to overtake two first-round leaders and win by one.

Brian Scurlock and Scott Volpitto, as well as Lawrence Largent and Tory Davis led after day one with 67's, but both teams shot even-par 72's on Sunday to fall back into a four-way tie for sixth.

Finishing in second place were Pete Williams (Juno Beach, Fla.) and Marty Rifkin (Fort Wayne, Ind.) after they torched Greenville Country Club on Sunday for a tournament-best 64. Their even-par 72 on Saturday left them one shot behind the winning group at the end of the tournament.

The Chanticleer National Four-Ball strives to be among the most prestigious amateur championships in the nation. The event provides 50 top amateur teams striving to compete in the USGA Four-Ball with the opportunity to see how they can compete against an elite field.

ABOUT THE Chanticleer National Four-Ball

The goal of the Chanticleer National Four-Ball is to serve as one of the game's most prestigious and competitive Four-Ball events. The event is held annually at the Robert Trent Jones-designed Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club and it's the perfect place to provide competitors a challenging layout that lends itself to risk-reward shotmaking. The host club is in the rotation for the South Carolina state amateur -- Bill Haas of the PGA Tour was a winner there.

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