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PBC 4-Ball: Nakashian & Scott by 1 on 65-66~131
JUPITER, Fla. (October 8, 2006) –R.J. Nakashian and Artie Scott fired a closing round of 66 Sunday to win the 17th annual Dodge Four-Ball Championship at The Fox Club.

At 131, they finished a shot ahead of Eoghan O’Connell and Dave Roschman, the first round leaders who bogied the last hole for 69-132.

Nakashian, of Palm Beach Gardens, and Scott, of Tequesta, combined for an eagle and four birdies. It was Nakashian’s fifth Palm Beach County Golf Association title, his third this year, and the first for Scott. Earlier this season, Nakashian won the International and the Stroke Play events.

O’Connell, the managing general partner of The Fox Club, holed out at the par-4 fourth hole and they combined for three birdies and two bogies. O’Connell won the County Amateur in July.

Next on the PBCGA tournament schedule: Oct. 14-15, Junior-Senior, Abacoa GC, and Oct. 20, Tournament of Champions, McArthur GC.

Palm Beach County Golf Association
Dodge Four-Ball
The Fox Club, Jupiter, Fla.
6,890 yards, par 72

131 – R.J. Nakashian, Palm Beach Gardens, and Artie Scott, Tequesta, 65-66.
132 – Eoghan O’Connell, Palm Beach Gardens, and Dave Roschman, Jupiter, 63-69.
135 – Steve Earsley and Mike Nealy, Stuart, 65-70. Tim Hanlon, Palm Beach Gardens, and George Weston III, Palm Beach, 65-70.
136 – Van Lefferdink and Doug Luce, Jupiter, 69-67.
137 – Robbie Dew and Andy Johncke, Palm Beach Gardens, 69-68. Bernard McAdoo, Wellington, and Jose Tirado Jr., West Palm Beach, 69-68. Brent Bush, Palm Beach Gardens, and Ernie Ojea, Greenacres, 68-69.
140 – Richard Alker and Rick Westwood, Wellington, 71-69.
142 – Chad Gates and Roger Loeffelbein, Jensen Beach, 74-68. Danny Germain and Darryl Kingman, Palm Beach Gardens, 72-70. Danny Getson, Royal Palm Beach, and Bob Harris, Palm Beach Gardens, 71-71.

ABOUT THE Palm Beach Four-Ball

54-hole two-man team event with Open, Senior (ages 50-59) and Super Senior (60+) divisions.

First Round: Better Ball – Both players play their own ball and the lower score of the partners is the score for the hole. If one partner fails to complete the play of a hole, there is no penalty.

Final Round: Modified Alternate Shot – Both players tee off on every hole. You then play your partners drive for your second shot. After second shots have been played, one ball is selected to complete the hole and that ball must be played alternately until holed out.

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