Wilfong, Miller win Carolinas Club title for Colonial CC
Chad Wilfong and Ben Miller (CGA photo)
GREENSBORO, N.C. (November 12, 2018) - Not even the worst weather day of the year could stop teams from descending upon Sedgefield Country Club to compete in the 41st Carolinas Club Championship.
The talk of the day was how a team could play so well in the freezing cold and heavy rains. Colonial Country Club’s head golf professional Ben Miller and member Chad Wilfong amazed the field by carding nine birdies and only three bogeys en route to winning the Carolinas Club Championship with a score of six-under par 65.
“We both were in every hole, so that eliminates a lot of pressure to hit a shot”, Wilfong said on the impressive day. “We hit a lot of good shots, a lot close to the hole.” Miller remarked on the low score.
Coming in second place with a score of four-under par 67 was Greensboro Country Club, the team comprised of professional Brandon Nowak and member Michael Murray, Jr.
The Carolinas Club Championship is played at 18 holes of four-ball stroke play. Teams comprised members of the same club that can be amateur-amateur or pro-amateur teams.
The tournament was moved from its original date in October after weather cancelled play.
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ABOUT THE Carolinas Club Championship
The Carolinas Club Championship is conducted at 18
holes of four-ball stroke play. Entry is open to any
male or female amateur golfer, as well as Club
Professional, who is a legal resident of North Carolina
or South Carolina. Teams may be comprised of a) A
male or female golf professional who is a member of
the club’s golf professional staff employed by a
Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) Member Club and a
male or female amateur golfer who is a member in
good standing of the same CGA Member Club. b)
Two amateur golfers, male or female, who are
members in good standing of the same CGA Member
Club. Only two team entries are allowed per member
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