U.S. Senior Challenge: Weston goes wire-to-wire
05 Jun 2014
by Benjamin Larsen of AmateurGolf.com

see also: View results for U.S. Senior Challenge, Kingsmill Resort, Mark Weston Rankings

LECANTO, Fla. (June 5, 2014) -- Mark Weston completed his wire-to-wire victory at the 2014 U.S. Senior Challenge at Black Diamond Ranch.

Playing the Quarry Course, Weston shot a final-round 72 to add on to his 69-70 start and win by an impressive eight shots.

John Hull (75-71-73) finished tied with Bev Hargraves (72-71-76) for second place.

David Waugh and Happy Rakestraw finished tied for fifth place, 10 shots back of Weston's torrid pace.

In the Super Senior Division, Fred Siliver topped Ed Craig and Gary Engle in a playoff after shooting rounds of 77-72-73.

James Love shot 74-78-78 to win the Legends Division.

Results: U.S. Senior Challenge
1FLMark WestonWindermere, FL50069-70-72=211
T2WYJohn HullSheridan, WY40075-71-73=219
T2ARBev HargravesHelena, AR40072-71-76=219
T4IADavid WaughDavenport, IA30076-76-69=221
T4KYHappy RakestrawSomerset, KY30073-75-73=221

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ABOUT THE U.S. Senior Challenge

The U.S. Senior Challenge is the nation’s only senior, amateur golf event featuring teams from different states competing against each other usually held in June of each year. Four-man teams representing their respective state, one of which can be 50-54 and at least three need to be 55 & over and much like a collegiate event, has an individual component inside the event.

The tournament is a 54-hole competition. The best three of four scores per hole are counted on the first day of competitive play when teams are paired together, and the best three of four 18-hole rounds are scored during the final two rounds.

A team and an individual champion will be identified along with a Senior and Super Senior Payout.

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