Addington and Groom win Missouri Senior Four-Ball in playoff
Mark Addington and Steve Groom following Missouri Sr. Four-Ball win <br>(Missouri Golf Association Photo)</br>
Mark Addington and Steve Groom following Missouri Sr. Four-Ball win
(Missouri Golf Association Photo)

NEW BLOOMFIELD, MO (May 26, 2016) - It came down to a playoff at the 2016 Missouri Senior Four-Ball and it was Mark Addington and Steve Groom emerging victorious. Addington and Groom finished the 36-hole event at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club tied with Robert Meeh and Robert Trittler at 7-under, sending play to extra holes.

The victors played steady golf throughout the two day event shooting 68-69--137. In the first round they played bogey-free golf and they were on the way to doing the same in the second round until they bogeyed the 17th hole. For a short time it looked as if the bogey would cost them a chance at the title but Addington and Groom bounced back with a final hole birdie.

Bob Hanneken and Skip Wilson finished in third place at 6-under while Kent Dinsdale and David Johnson; Don Bliss and Dennis Osborne shared fourth at 5-under.

The Super Senior flight was won by Jim Coleman and Rocky Walther as they finished 3-under and won by three-strokes over Lynn Dickey and Rob Gleissner.

Coleman and Walther were even-par for the tournament following a bogey on the 10th hole but they then eagled the par-5 11th and birdied the 12th to establish their winning score.

ABOUT THE Missouri Senior Four-Ball

36-hole four-ball stroke play championship with Championship, Super Senior, and Net (50-59, 60-69, 70+) flights. Entries are open to male amateur golfers who play at clubs or courses who are members of the Missouri Golf Association. Entrants must have reached their 50th birthday by the first day of the championship to compete.

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