The finals are set for the South Carolina Four-Ball
Ryamond Wooten (pictured) and teammate Mickey Plyler are in the title match
(SC Golf Club Photo)
CLINTON, SC (May 27, 2017) - After a full day of golf, including both final teams going extra holes, the finals of the South Carolina Four-Ball Championship at Musgrove Mill are set.
Facing off for the title on Sunday morning will be Mickey Plyler and Raymond Wooten versus one half of last year’s Champs, Bryce Howell and Connor Bruns.
In the quarterfinal matches Clemson residents, Plyler and Wooten, needed three extra holes to advance beating the 32 seed of Jeremy Revis and Duane Barnes with a par on the par five 3rd hole.
Furman University golfers, Bruns and Howell, needed a 30 foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to advance over Chris Mitchell and Matt Laydon 1 up.
In the semifinal matches, it was Bruns and Howell who needed extra holes coming back from a three down deficit to win 1 up after 21 holes over Jamie Lightsey and Tyler Tucker.
The Plyler-Wooten team needed all 18 holes to win with a par on the last hole over Cody Clepper and Peyton Shore who had fought back from two down earlier in the match.
The final 18 hole match will take place at 8.00 a.m. off the No. 1 tee at Musgrove Mill.
ABOUT THE South Carolina Four-Ball
The Four Ball Championship is a great attraction as
it has become the only Match Play event that the
South Carolina Golf Association conducts. With 60
teams starting play, after two days of stroke play
qualifying, 32 teams will advance to match play to
square off against each other until there is only one
By virtue of being one of the few Match Play events
available in South Carolina, this is a great
opportunity to play in a format that used to
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