Kelly Goose, Pete Williams win Florida Mid/Senior Four-Ball
(Photo by FSGA)
(Photo by FSGA)

DELAND, Fla. — The 12th annual Florida Senior/Mid-Amateur Four-Ball Championship has concluded after an outstanding couple of days at Victoria Hills Golf Club in Deland, Florida.

Each team was required to have a mid-amateur (25-54) and a senior (55+) and the competition was conducted over 36 holes of four-ball stroke play.

The team of Kelly Gosse and Pete Williams, from Ocala and Juno Beach respectively, held the overnight lead after a stellar 65 on day one. The two blitzed the course with seven birdies on the day and no blemishes. They would not rest on their laurels as they came out and birdied the first hole on Sunday en route to an opening nine-33. Determined not to be overtaken, Gosse and Williams carded five straight birdies, starting on number 11, to close the tournament with a 30 for a 65-63-128.

The duo of Jimmy Jones and Gordon Marshall started Sunday four back, but fired a pair of 31’s to finish in solo second at 13 under. Behind Jones and Marshall was the team of Tim Hume and Brian Brown, who went 67-66-133.

The highlight of the tournament, however, came on the 205 yard par-3 third hole when Jason Bell made an ace.

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ABOUT THE Florida Senior/Mid-Am Four-Ball

The Senior/Mid-Am Four-Ball, previously called the Junior Senior, pairs one senior player and one mid-amateur player. The pair will play 36 holes of four-ball stroke play and will be flighted after 18 holes. Entrants must both be members of the FSGA. One partner over 55 years of age, one partner 25-54 years old.

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