Pat Tallent, Roc Irey go low on final day to win Tutwiler Four-Ball
Pat Tallent (left) and Roc Irey
PALM CITY, Fla. — Pat Tallent and Roc Irey shot the lowest round of the tournament, a 64, on Wednesday to close out a six-shot win at the Society of Seniors Ed Tutwiler Four-Ball.
The duo led by a stroke entering the final round after rounds of 68 and 70 before going low to greatly widen their lead. Tallent, of Virginia, is the reigning U.S. Senior Amateur champion while Irey, of Pennsylvania, is a two-time William Hyndham Memorial winner.
Tying for second place at 208 were Jim Rollefson and Richard Pfeil, as well as Rocky Costa and Robbie Dew. Rollefson and Pfeil shot 68 on Wednesday after opening with back-to-back 70s to jump into the runner-up position.
In the Super Senior division, Jim Smith and Mike Sanger found themselves in a three-way playoff after shooting a final-round 64. They defeated Van Lefferdink and Steve Earsley, and David Brookreson and Rick Ten Broeck, who settled for runner-up finishes.
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ABOUT THE Ed Tutwiler Four-Ball
Played in honor of one of the greatest amateurs to
the game, the Ed Tutwiler Memorial Four-Ball is one
the Society of Seniors' premier
Format: 2 person team; 3 rounds
stroke play; Society of Seniors members only.
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