Stephen Anderson and R.J. Nakashian win second Florida Mid-Senior Four-Ball
Stephen Anderson and R.J. Nakashian<br> after 2016 Florida South Mid-Amateur Four-Ball win <br>(FSGA Photo)
Stephen Anderson and R.J. Nakashian
after 2016 Florida South Mid-Amateur Four-Ball win
(FSGA Photo)

(September 11, 2016) -- Teammates Stephen Anderson, of Hobe Sound, and R.J. Nakashian, of Palm Beach, prevailed to win their second Florida Mid-Senior Four-Ball Championship after winning in 2014.

The duo posted two consistent rounds of 65 for a 130 (-14) total. After round two was completed, Nakashian and Anderson tied Jon Veneziano and Gary Nicklaus, who also posted consecutive rounds of 65 for first place.

The two teams headed to the 17th hole for a sudden death playoff. Nakashian, coming off of a win at the Florida Mid-Senior Championship, was in competition mode. The two teams played holes 17, 18, 17 both making pars on each hole. They continued to the 18th hole once again. Veneziano hit his drive into the hazard while Nicklaus hit his second shot short left of the green. Nicklaus failed to get up and down while Anderson two putted for a par and victory.

Round one leaders, Brian Keenan and Paul Royak, posted rounds of 64-69 to drop to fourth place with a 133 (-11) total. Tom Pelegrin and teammate Glen Miciotta came in third place with rounds of 66-65—131 (-13) total.

ABOUT THE Florida Mid-Senior Four-Ball (South)

Teams of two, each 40 years of age and above, will compete in the South Championship of 36 holes of four-ball stroke play. Must be age 40 or older and both entrants must be members of the FSGA.

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