Bucey and Jojola win Monterey Four-Ball by Five
Bobby Bucey (left) and Domingo Jojola
PACIFIC GROVE, California (August 19, 2018) -- 2018 California Amateur Champion Bobby Bucey and his partner, 2018 Vallejo City Champion Domingo Jojola, backed up their 8-under opening round with yet another 8-under par round on Sunday to finish the Monterey Four-Ball at 16 under for the event, winning the event by five strokes over the team of Kevin Smith and Zach Korach.
Related: Monterey Four-Ball Day 1 Summary
Frank Borges and Brad Pezoldt
In the net division, overnight leaders Frank Borges and Brad Pezoldt went low to finish the tournament on Sunday. After shooting a 7-under 62 in round one, the Modesto residents tore up the Pacific Grove for a 9-under par 60. Chris Allesio and Matt Brody, James Brenda and Mike Lane, Paul Lopez and Matt Trevesian, and Luis Miranda and Stephen Mort all tied for second place with 36-hole totals of 127.
In the senior division, the pairing of Pete Wlodkowski and George Kelley played another solid round, posting a 3-under 66 to win their division by seven shots.
Thanks to all that competed, especially to Paul Lopez and Matt Trevasian for providing wine for the closing ceremony. We hope to see everyone in the near future!
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