Marin Four-Ball: Anthony, Rangel win at the Meadow Club
Jeff Rangel and Jason Anthony (Meadow Club photo)
FAIRFAX, CA (July 23, 2018) - Jason Anthony and Jeff Rangel shot a pair of 7-under 64s to take the Marin County Four-Ball by three shots at the Meadow Club.
Anthony, the San Francisco City champion who also won the NCGA Valley Amateur last year, and Rangel found themselves two shots behind the team of Matt Cohn and Nick Moore, who shot a 9-under 62 in the morning round.
Cohn and Moore were the defending champions in this event and have each won NCGA championships this year. Cohn won the NCGA Mid-Amateur last month and Moore won the NCGA Stroke Play (beating Cohn in a playoff) earlier this month.
But they ran out of steam in the afternoon round, shooting a 1-under 70 and falling to fourth at 10-under 132.
Two teams shared the runner-up position at 11-under 131. San Francisco City semifinalist Tommy Semereaux teamed with Ryan Wilson to shoot 67-64, with the team of Sylvester Gama and Anthony Verna shooting the same numbers.
Craig Cucinella and Erick Northroup finished fifth at 7-under 135.
Todd Barsotti and Jeff Wilson
In the Senior Division, Jeff Wilson, the low amateur in the U.S. Senior Open, teamed with Todd Barsotti to win by one shot with rounds of 64-64 (14 under). It was a repeat win for Wilson and Barsotti, who matched their 14 under total from last year.
Steve Hoyt and Dennis Martin (who also played in the U.S. Senior Open this year) were the runners-up with rounds of 65-64.
Casey Boyns and Jeff Britton shot the low round of the day, a 9-under 62, in the afternoon to finish in a tie for third at 11-under 131.
Three teams tied for third at 9-under 133.
Neil Pearson and Tony Wilmer won the Super Senior Division with rounds of 69-74 (1 under).View results for Marin County Four-Ball
ABOUT THE Marin County Four-Ball
Annual best-ball event played at 36-holes in one day
on a mid-July Monday. The host club, the Alister
Mackenzie-designed Meadow Club, is one
of the finest courses in California and typically finds
itself in the top-100 in the USA. Playing the
tournament is a tremendous
opportunity to play a very exclusive club.
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