Brennan, Christovich defend National Senior-Junior title
Patrick Christovich
Patrick Christovich

JUPITER, Fla. (Jan. 7, 2015) — In an event which features some of the nation's top mid-amateur and senior talent, Tommy Brennan and Patrick Christovich took home the National Senior-Junior title for the second consecutive year.

The team play has players take part in different formats each round, including Best-Ball on Monday, Alternate Shot on Tuesday, and Scramble on Wednesday.

The duo from Louisiana won the event by a stroke over Texan Steve Harwell and North Carolina's Scott Harvey, who won the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur.

Brennan and Christovich scrambled their way to a final-round 61 to overtake Harwell and Harvey, who lead the tournament by one entering Wednesday's round at The Dye Preserve in Jupiter, Fla.

Finishing just two shots behind in third place were Steve Anderson and Pete Williams.

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ABOUT THE National Senior Junior

Mid Amateur, Senior Amateur. Unique three-formate 54 hole invitational features a "junior" (mid am) and a senior paired together. There is also a Legends division that pairs legends and super seniors. Started in 1991 by some Society of Seniors members, the tournament is played on a wonderful course re-done by Pete Dye.


* Round 1: Best Ball
* Round 2: Scramble
* Round 3: Pinehurst

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