Brennan, Christovich win Nat'l Senior-Junior
JUPITER, Fla. (Jan. 8, 2014) -- Patrick Christovich and Tommy Brennan prevailed at the 2014 National Senior-Junior Championshp at The Dye Preserve.
Christovich and Brennan, two of Louisiana's premier players, shot a three-day total of 22-under 194 to win by two shots over reigning U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Mike McCoy and partner John Engler, who formerly played on the PGA Tour. The runners-up were 20-under.
The event, which features some of the nation's top mid-amateur and senior talent features team play with a different format each round. The competitors played Best Ball on Monday, Alternate Shot on Tuesday before Wednesday's final-round Scramble format.
Marty Rifkin and John Pickett tied for third alongside the team of Massachusetts Golf Association legends Frank Vana and Jack Kearney.
Defending champions George Zahringer and Kevin Marsh finished 12 shots back and tied for 14th.
Jarret Kling and Bob Long bested the teams of John Bare and Bill Hadden and Hal Hicks and John Kattenheinrich by one shot to win the Legends Division.
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ABOUT THE National Senior Junior
Mid Amateur, Senior Amateur. Unique 54 hole
stroke play invitational features a "junior" (mid
am) and a senior. There is also a Legends division
that pairs legends and super seniors. Started in 1991
Society of Seniors members. Played on a
wonderful course re-done by Pete Dye. Best Ball
Format Round 1 – Pinehurst Format Round 2 –
Scramble Format Round 3.
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