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Father/Son Team Win Monterey Four Ball

Hollister, Calif. (June 28, 2009) -- At amateurgolf.com's last event, just 30 minutes away at Bayonet Black Horse in Monterey, players wore skull caps and jackets to stay warm in a 60 degree fog.

Things were a bit different this weekend at San Juan Oaks, in the oak lined hills of Hollister. On Sunday temperatures hit 100 degrees for the final round of the Monterey Peninsula Four Ball. The father-son team of Jim and Scotty Williams from Orinda won the Championship Division with a two day total of 12-under 130. They followed their tournament leading 66 on Saturday with a solid 64 on Sunday, putting the field far in the rear view mirror by recording 7 birdies on the front nine to shoot 29. Also red hot on Sunday was the team of Kyle Gentry and Pat Phillips. They shot 63 in the final round -- the lowest of the tournament -- to take 2nd place at 133. John Seed and Matt Vukicevich won the Senior division with rounds of 70 on Saturday and 68 on Sunday for a 4-under total. Scott Carelli and Mile St. Clair took home thier first amateurgolf.com win in the Net division with a total score of 131 (65-66-131).

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Tournament Update: June 22, 2009
Pairings for this year's tournament have been finalized, but there may be an opportunity to add a group if two teams register prior to Friday. Please call Trisha Williams at 408-406-2035 if you are interested. If you have a foursome, you will have a good chance to get in.

Join us for the 18th Annual Monterey Peninsula Four Ball, a 100 NCGA Point level event! The tournament has been moved to a late June date to avoid the 4th of July weekend. Save $35 per player for registering prior to May 8th Your entry includes two rounds of golf with carts, and a $4000 prize fund to be paid in proshop credit.

Our host course, San Juan Oaks, is a Fred Couples design that has hosted USGA, NCGA, and PGA Tour qualifiers. It is a challenging test of golf with some of the best scenery in Northern California.

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