Tony, Joey Behrstock lead SCGA Foursomes
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. (March 26, 2012) -- Tony (Los Angeles) and Joey Behrstock (Beverly Hills, CA) lead the 10th annual Southern California Golf Association Foursomes Championship after first-round play.

The Behrstock's shot even-par 72 at North Ranch Country Club and hold a one shot advantage over two teams.

Tom Hogarth (Northridge, CA) and Corby Segal (Santa Clarita, CA) shot 1-over 73 in the first round and sit tied in second place with Mark Miller (West Covina, CA) and Dan Sullivan (Pasadena, CA).

The team of Jeff Johnston (Agoura Hills, CA) and Daniel Ragsdale (Thousand Oaks, CA) are tied in fourth place with amateurgolf.com Player Staff Program member Brent Brockermeyer (Los Angeles) and Dick Engel (Lancaster, CA).

Final round play begins Tuesday morning.

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The tournament is open to two-person teams, with both players members of an SCGA club (not necessarily the same club) and each player having an established current index of 6.4 or under. The combined ages of the two players must total at least 80.

For the first round playing the foursomes format (sometimes called alternate shot or Scotch), the team will select which player will tee off on the odd-numbered holes; the other player will tee off on the even-numbered holes. Thereafter, on each hole, players alternate in hitting shots until the ball is holed. On the second day of play, players will switch tees on which they tee off (i.e., if player #1 tees off on the odd-numbered holes on round #1, he or she will tee off on the even-numbered holes on round #2).

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