Todd, Branyon take Chanticleer National Four-Ball title
Josh Branyon and Thomas Todd (Chanticleer photo)
GREENVILLE, S.C. (Nov. 11, 2018) – Thomas Todd
and Josh Branyon
won the Chanticleer National Four-Ball with back-to-back rounds of 6-under 66 at Greenville Country Club. It was an in-state win for a couple of South Carolina standouts.
The pair took the lead with its opening 66 and cruised to a three-shot victory by maintaining the pace. Branyon is a year removed from winning the South Carolina Mid-Amateur. Todd made match play at the U.S. Mid-Amateur in September. It was his third consecutive U.S. Mid-Am start.
Jimmy Eggers and Skip Corneliussen matched the leaders’ final-round 66, but had already lost ground with an opening 69. They tied for second at 9 under with Matt Hayes and Garland Ferrell.
Two teams were in fourth another shot back at 8 under: Kyle Bearden and Jordan Sease had rounds of 68 and Dustin Moore and Timothy Driver went 69-67. Bearden is the reigning South Carolina Mid-Am champ.
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ABOUT THE Chanticleer National Four-Ball
The goal of the Chanticleer National Four-Ball is
to serve as one of the game's most prestigious and
competitive Four-Ball events. The event is held
annually at the Robert Trent Jones-designed
Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club and
the perfect place to provide competitors a
layout that lends itself to risk-reward shotmaking.
This 36 hole tournament will be played at scratch.
The field of fifty teams will be
chosen based on strength of resume and date of
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