NCGA Four-Ball: Dunn, Champ race to 1st-round lead
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (May 9, 2014) -- Gary Dunn and Cameron Champ combined for a 6-under 66 and lead by a shot at the 2014 Northern California Four-Ball Championship.
At Spyglass Hill, Dunn and Champ, a highly-ranked junior heading to Texas A&M next year, jumped to a first-round lead over Jeff Hoffman and Michael Lee.
Casey Boyns and William Moore shot 4-under 68 to take third place while six teams sit tied for fourth place at 3-under.
Boyns, who won the Senior title at last weekend’s Alameda Commuters Championship, is a two-time winner of the Four-Ball, having won in 1994 and 1996 playing with Joey Ferrari. Moore won the 2009 NCGA Public Links Championship.
Defending champions Danny PAniccia and Mike Stieler are tied for 14th after shooting 1-under 71.
-Information from the NCGA was used in this report
ABOUT THE NCGA Four-Ball
The NCGA Four-Ball Championship began in 1967 at
Hill golf course and has been played the Robert
layout ever since. The 54-hole competition consists
teams in which both players play their own ball and
score of the two is counted on each hole.
18 holes qualifying four-ball stroke play. The
proper will be 54 holes of four-ball stroke play, 18
holes per day.
After 36 holes, the field is cut to 40 teams and ties.
partners must meet eligibility requirements, holding
index of 5.4 or less.
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