Daughan, Matin edge past defending champions to win Women's Int'l Four-Ball
Charlotte Daughan (left) and Sarah Matin
Charlotte Daughan (left) and Sarah Matin
WELLINGTON, Fla. — After opening the Women's International Four-Ball with a three-under 69 at The Wanderers Club, Charlotte Daughan and Sarah Matin held on for a slim one-shot win over the defending champions. An even-par 72 on Tuesday was enough to put the winning trophy in their hands.

Meghan Stasi and Tara Joy-Connelly, who were looking to win in back-to-back years, lost by a shot, shooting 70-72 to take second place by a stroke over Sherry Herman and Debbie Adams.

Herman and Adams fought back with a 69 on Tuesday to crack the top-three. The duo opening with 74. The top three teams were the only pairs to break par for 36 holes.

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ABOUT THE Women's International Four-Ball

The Women's International Four-Ball is conducted by the Florida State Golf Association at the Wanderer's Club in Wellington Florida. Players do not have to be members of the FSGA to play, however they must create an online account at www.fsga.org. This historic championship is being held at one of the finest clubs in Palm Beach County -- The Wanderer's Club -- which is maintained in exceptional condition. Two Divisions: Championship and "Middle" Division. Check the website for handicap requirements.

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