Arnold and Hock Win Florida Two-Man Shootout

PALM CITY, FL (May 17, 2010)--The Ocala duo of David Arnold and Tyler Hock captured the Two-Man Shoot-Out title winning at Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club in Palm City on May 15-16.

David Arnold and Tyler Hock secured the title in a four-hole playoff with a tournament total of 12-under par 204. In the first round of modified alternate shot on the Golden Marsh Course, the pair posted a five- under par 67. Playing a scramble on the par 72 River Ridge Course in the second round, Arnold and Hock recorded a solid seven-under par 65 to have a two stroke lead heading into the final round. After a final round even par round of 72 Arnold and Hock were tied with the Defending Champions Bobby Bird and William Mallon and the team of Thomas Midtgaard and Pete Williams. The three teams competed in a three hole aggregate play off to determine the champion consisting of the three forms of play, modified alternate shot, scramble and four-ball. After the three holes Arnold and Hock were tied with Bird and Mallon to force a sudden death playoff. Arnold and Hock made a par on the first hole to capture the Championship. This is the first title for the duo from Ocala.

The Defending Champions from Vero Beach, Bobby Bird and Tyler Hock, finished tied for second place with a tournament total of 204 with rounds of 71-63-70. The team of Thomas Midtgaard, of Fort Myers, and Pete Williams, of Juno Beach also finished in second place with rounds of 71-65-68. The shot of the tournament went to Scott Montiegel, of Ocoee with a hole-in-one on the par 3 eight hole on the Golden Marsh course in the first round.

The field of 42 teams played three competitive rounds consisting of modified alternate shot, two-man scramble and the final 18 holes of four-ball.

Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club
Palm City, Florida
May 15 & 16, 2010

Golden Marsh Course Round 1
River Ridge Course Rounds 2 & 3

Rd.1 Modified Alternate Shot
Rd.2 Scramble
Rd.3 Four-Ball

David Arnold / Tyler Hock 67-65-72—204 * Won on 4th play-off hole
Bobby Bird / William Mallon 71-63-70--204
Thomas Midtgaard / Pete Williams 71-65-68-- 204
Dave Marshman / Rokki Rogan 72-63-70--205
Ben Adelberg / John Duval 73-64-70--207
Kyle Thomas / Scott Wilson 74-65-68--207
Chuck Gould / Scott Tolliver 70-65-74--209
Adam Murchison / Christopher Smith 71-67-72-- 210
Scott Jacobs / Pete Prygelski 74-67-70--211
Andy Spears / Brad Wilkerson 70-67-76--213
Baldonick Fernandez / James Weick 73-69-71-- 213
Bill Griffith / Marc Rosenbaum 72-63-78--213
Bruce Fitzpatrick / Samuel Martinez 75-69-69-- 213
Jason Camp / Keith Martin 71-67-78--216
Taylor Ebert / Jeff Glase 77-69-70--216
Andrew Colvin / Paul Henderson 73-70-74--217
Justin Sick / Thomas Sick 73-71-73--217
Michael Frederick / Jose Novo 73-69-76--218
Doug Snoap / Byron Walden 81-67-71--219
Jim Byington / Randy Elliott 75-68-76--219
Greg Isom / Michael Polizzano 75-70-75--220
Joel Benes / Craig Savage 76-70-74--220
Milko Brito / George Heider 77-68-75--220
Scott Jones / Charles Taylor 75-65-80--220
Danny Bulso / Jeff Magaditsch 77-71-73--221
Drew Gillan / David Norka 76-73-77--226
Pete Onorati / Justin Onorati 81-71-74--226
Rick Meli / Stan Zabytko 78-72-77--227
Daniel Fischer / Hunter McPhillips 81-69-78-- 228
Morgan Bays / Jack McAllister 78-74-76--228
Michael Goldburg / Mitch Rosenzweig 84-72-77-- 233
Matt Gilbert / Dan Kaelin 76-74-84--234
Robert Meador / Dave Peterson 81-76-79--236
Tony Huerta / John Gay 79-81-77--237
Brad Myers / Douglas Wiley 89-69-81--239
Scott Montiegel / Jeffrey Tanner 83-68-88--239
Bill Steiger / Doug Steiger 86-72-82--240
Robert Strembicki / Mark Venable 94-70-79-- 243
Deke Madson / Glenn Wheelock 82-73-90--245
Stuart Hodgson / John Varsames 91-73-91-- 255
Matt Jozwiak / Mike Parrett 79-70-NC--NC
Mike Barile / Kevin Courteau 79-71-NS--NS

ABOUT THE Florida Two-Man Shootout

The Two-Man Shoot-Out is a unique Championship combining modified alternate shot, two-man scramble and four-ball formats. Each round is considered a separate competition with prizes being awarded for each, as well as an overall winner for the Championship.

Open to male amateur golfers. One entrant must be at least 16 years of age as of the first day of the Championship, and both entrants must be FSGA members.

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