South Carolina Senior Four-Ball: Eddie Hargett and Walter Todd Take Title
Dataw Island Club-Cotton Dyke Course <br>(Dataw Island Photo)</br>
Dataw Island Club-Cotton Dyke Course
(Dataw Island Photo)

SAINT HELENA ISLAND, SC (March 23, 2016)--Eddie Hargett and Walter Todd completed their march to a second South Carolina Golf Association Senior team title in six months shooting rounds of 65-67 for a total of 132 and three shot victory in the Senior Four Ball Championship at Dataw Island.

Back in September, Hargett and Todd teamed together to win the 2015 Senior Better Ball Championship in their inaugural Senior debut. The 55 year olds did it again at the Dataw Island Club’s Cotton Dike course in dominating fashion making a total of 15 birdies over the two days to beat out 58 other teams in the field. Finishing in a tie for second were the teams of George Ackerman and Mike Weiner along with Joe Hendrick and Daran Womack.

In the First Flight, John Long and Tim Teaster combined to shoot 69 in the final round for a total of 141 and a two shot victory. The Second Flight finished with a three way tie for first with Phil Farley and Ed Galbavy, John Evans and Joe Roller and Dave Bell and Tom Knight all shooting six over par 150 to share the top spot in the Second Flight.

The 2016 South Carolina Golf Association Senior Four Ball Championship was played on the par 72 – 6,382 yard Cotton Dike course at the Dataw Island Club in Dataw Island, S.C. The field consisted of 59 two-man teams playing Best Ball format conducted over thirty six holes. The Senior Four Ball Championship is one of 21 Major Championships conducted annually by the South Carolina Golf Association.

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ABOUT THE South Carolina Senior Four-Ball

The SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship began in 1994 as an opportunity for individuals over the age of 55 to have a true partners Championship.

With the emphasis on lower handicapped seniors, the SCGA was allowed more freedom to move the Senior Four Ball across the State and the ability set up more challenging venues for the players looking for stronger competition. Not to cut all players out of the opportunity to win something, the SCGA flights the field after the first round to give everyone a sporting chance for a victory of some kind.

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