Dennis, Surber go wire-to-wire at Texas Women's Four-Ball
Stacy Dennis (left) and Jessica Surber (TXGA photo)
Stacy Dennis (left) and Jessica Surber (TXGA photo)
MONTGOMERY, Texas — The team of Stacy Dennis and Jessica Surber went wire to wire to win the Women’s Four-Ball Championship at Walden on Lake Conroe. Dennis and Surber finished with a 5-under par total of 141 to win by two strokes.

Stacy Dennis, of Addison, and Jessica Surber, of the Woodlands, won the overall championship by two strokes over the team of Kyle Stevens and Jan Rapp. Dennis and Surber got off to a slow start with two bogies in their first six holes. The team was able to bounce back and card five birdies in a row on their way to a 2-under par total of 71, 5-under par total 141 for the championship.

Kyle Stevens, of Waco, and Jan Rapp, of Dallas, finished First Gross in Flight One with a 36-hole total of 143. Kim Cure and Lina Acker finished First Gross in Flight Two with a 36-hole total of 149.

Peggy Spann was also awarded the 2014 South Texas Volunteer of the Year Award. Peggy Spann has played a key role in the volunteer program of the Texas Golf Association. Spann also serves on the TGA Board of Directors and the TGA Women’s Committee.

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ABOUT THE Texas Women's Four-Ball

Qualifications: Resident of Texas for the last six months prior to the tournament. Individual or Club member of the WTGA. Must have a current USGA Handicap Index.

Format: Four Ball Stroke Play (best ball of two partners) played over two days.

Field Size: Lowest 50 teams based on handicap index totals, maximum index spread of eight between partners. Field will be divided into five flights.

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