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Championship match set at South Carolina Four-Ball
Bryce Howell and Furman teammate Preston Cole are in S.C. Four-Ball final <br>(Carolinas Golf Photo)</br>
Bryce Howell and Furman teammate Preston Cole are in S.C. Four-Ball final
(Carolinas Golf Photo)
SPARTANBURG, SC (May 28, 2016) - The final match of the 53rd SCGA Four Ball Championship at The Country Club of Spartanburg is set with Preston Cole & Bryce Howell facing Taylor Ingle & Chris Mitchell for the right to become 2016 Champions.

The Quarterfinal matches began on Saturday morning with the Lexington duo of Jordan Sease & Cole Thornton defeating Zack Siefert & Will Woodard in a close battle 1 up. Preston Cole & Bryce Howell held on to eliminate Garland Ferrell & Marcus Grumbles 1 up. The match stood All Square through the 15th hole until Cole & Howell made birdie on the 16th to take the lead. It took the 31st seed team of Taylor Ingle & Chris Mitchell one extra hole to defeat Yancey Johnson & Robert Lutomski 1 Up. The final match of the morning ended with a victory for Forrest Fowler & Blake Williamson defeating the 2012 Champions Walt Todd & Brandon Truesdale 2 & 1.

In the Semifinal matches, recent Furman graduate/golfer Preston Cole & current Furman golfer Bryce Howell took off and never looked back eliminating Sease & Thornton 4&3 to clinch their spot in the finals. Cole & Howell were 10 under par through 15 holes and finished off the match with a Cole eagle on the Par 5 - 15th hole. In the final match of the afternoon, Taylor Ingle & Chris Mitchell continued their Cinderella run defeating Fowler & Williamson 1 up.

The final match will begin on Sunday morning at 8.00 a.m. off of #1 tee.

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ABOUT THE South Carolina Four-Ball

The Four Ball Championship is a great attraction as it has become the only Match Play event that the South Carolina Golf Association conducts. With 60 teams starting play, after two days of stroke play qualifying, 32 teams will advance to match play to square off against each other until there is only one team left.

By virtue of being one of the few Match Play events available in South Carolina, this is a great opportunity to play in a format that used to dominate tournament golf.

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