FERNANDINA BEACH, FL (Oct. 13, 2010) --The team of Randy Briggs and Berger Warner fired a final round six-under par 66 to capture the 36th Senior Four-Ball Championship at Amelia National Golf Club in Fernandina Beach on October 12-13.
The duo from Ocala, Randy Briggs and Berger Warner posted a seven-under par 65 in the first round to go along with their final round six-under par 66, to post a tournament total of 13-under par 131 to win the 2010 Championship by two strokes. This is their second Senior Four-Ball Championship. With their win, Briggs and Warner earned an exemption into the 2011 Four-Ball Championship. The Defending Champions, Bob Ethridge, of Plantation, and Rick Woulfe, from Fort Lauderdale, finished alone in second place after posting a tournament total of 133. With his second place finish, Woulfe earned Senior Player-of-the-Year honors which capped off his terrific year. Three teams finished tied for third including the team from Lecanto, Bill Joens and Carl Nanni, the team from Jacksonville, John Milton and Mike Bodney, and the team of Tom Johnson, from Tampa, and Kim Schwencke, of Temple Terrace with a tournament total of 10-under par 134.
In the Super Senior Division, the duo from Coral Springs, Jim DuBois and Bob Rogoff, went wire-to-wire to win their division by three strokes. DuBois and Rogoff finished the event with a tournament total of 10-under par 134. This is the DuBois and Rogoff’s second Super Senior Four-Ball Championship. The Defending Champions, Ron LeClair, of Orlando, and Curtis Madson, of Mount Dora, finished tied for second place with a tournament total of 7-under par 137. Tom Danluck, from Miami and Frost Walker, from Coral Gables, also finished in second place with a total of 137.
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