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FL Mid-Senior Four-Ball (South): Martinex and Brito win by 5
Samuel Martinez and Milko Brito (FSGA photo)
Samuel Martinez and Milko Brito (FSGA photo)

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (September 9, 2018) - A year after the tournament had to be cancelled because of the impact of Hurricane Irma, 36 teams gathered at Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club in Coral Gables for the Florida Mid-Senior Four-Ball (South) Championship.

Starting the final day one shot behind, the Miami-based team of Samuel Martinez and Milko Brito rode an eagle-three on the 10th hole to a 7-under 64 and a five-shot win.

The team of Michael Frederick and Jose Novo grabbed the first-round lead with a 66 but could only manage a 71 in round two, ultimately finishing tied for third.

Kevin Schaffel and Joe Shaktman shot a closing 66 to climb into second alone, five shots behind the winners. An eagle-two on the par-four 11th hole was the catalyst for their runner-up finish.

Glen Miciotta and Tom Pelegrin also shot 66 on Sunday to pull into a tie or third with Frederick and Novo at 137 (-5).

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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