Crenshaw-Boland take home Carolinas Four-Ball title
CAMDEN S.C. (May 6, 2012) --They grew up playing golf together in Burlington, NC and now 30 year old Matt Crenshaw, a car salesman and 28 year old Blair Bowland, a restaurant manager, are the 2012 Carolinas Golf Association's Four-Ball Champions. Their 2 & 1 victory over Paul Tucker and Brent Roof is their first CGA win. Matt played professional golf from 2005 to 2009 and regained his amateur status in 2010.

ABOUT THE Carolinas Four-Ball

The Four-Ball Championship of the Carolinas is a perennial favorite with the Carolina's best amateur golfers. Two rounds of Four-Ball stroke play format (one best ball of the two) determine the 32 teams to advance to match play. Entry is open to any male amateur golfer who is a legal resident of one of the Carolinas, is a member in good standing of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) and has a current (within 90 days of opening date) USGA handicap index at a CGA member club. The championship team receives merchandise, trophies and names inscribed on the Hale Van Hoy Trophy. Stroke play qualifying medalists’ names will be inscribed on the Joe B. McCarley Cup. Additional prizes are awarded to all match play contestants.

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