Alamaba Senior Four Ball: Major logjam at top

ALEXANDER CITY, Alabama (Oct. 14, 2011) -- After a picture perfect day at Willow Point Golf & Country Club in Alexander City, there is a logjam at the top of the leaderboard at the State Senior Four Ball Championship.

No less than five teams lead after the first round after shooting six-under-par 66′s in this state championship that will conclude on Sunday.

Flip Bradley of Huntsville and Madison’s Bill Moquin; David Williams and Del Wood III, both of Hoover; David Head of Sterrett and Randy Smith of Sylacauga; Bob Cox of Guin and René Williams of Dora; and former champions John Stewart of Birmingham and Courtland’s Bob Straub all lead the way.

The logjam continues just one stroke back on five-under-par 67 with no less than 11 teams tied for sixth place. They include former State Amateur, State Four Ball and State Mid-Amateur champion John Coles III of Hoover with former State Four Ball champion Mark Lindsey of Trussville; Willow Point Golf Course superintendent Cole McInnis and former State Mid-Amateur and Senior champion Emile Vaughan of Pike Road; former State Senior and State Senior Four Ball champion Don Blanton of Selma and current Alabama Golf Association president George Walker of Mobile; and former State Senior Four Ball champion David Fry of Montgomery and Humphries Windell of Auburn.

Defending champions Mike Greer of Birmingham and Tom Jungkind of Bessemer are at 3-under-par.

ABOUT THE Alabama Senior Four-Ball

Entries are open to sides of male amateur golfers who are legal residents of Alabama and have an active GHIN® USGA Handicap Index® at an AGA member club. Maximum allowable combined team handicap is 16.8 for Championship Division; 20.8 for Super Senior 65+ Division.

54 holes of gross four-ball stroke play. Sides in the Championship Division will play the Championship tees and eligible to win the overall Championship. Sides in the Super Senior 65+ Division plays a shorter course and not eligible for the overall Championship.

The field will be cut to the low 30 sides and ties after 36 holes. Number of sides making the cut is calculated based upon percentage of sides in each division compared with the total field. The lowest score for 54 holes in the Championship Division will be the overall Champion and the lowest score in the Super Senior 65+ Division is the division champion. In the event of a tie for first place in the overall Champion

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