Skeen, Robinson use final-round 64 for Texas South 4-Ball win
The winning Four-Ball duo (Texas Golf Association photo)
Robert Skeen and Devaughn Robinson came from behind on Feb. 24 to win the South Four-Ball presented by Impact Precision Golf. The duo charged up the leaderboard on Sunday and posted an 8-under 64 en route to a three-shot victory at Sugar Creek Country Club.
Skeen and Robinson tag-teamed the final round with Skeen rolling in four birdies and Robinson recording five birdies. The duo had one bogey on their card in the final round.
A final-round 64 was the low round of the tournament and a 12-under 132 total for 36 holes was three shots better than runners-up Jonathan Shipley and Toby Zeringue, who finished in solo second at 9-under 135.
Shipley and Zeringue put up a fight with a final-round 5-under 67, but it wasn’t enough to match Skeen and Robinson’s effort. Zeringue recorded his second career hole-in-one during the first round.
Four teams tied for third place at 8-under 136, including Joey Rippel and Blake Redmond, Scott Terrell and Matthew Barth, John Dowdall and Benjamin Biederer and Bryan Mitchell and Josh Ketter.
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ABOUT THE Texas South Four-Ball
Eligibility: Entries are open to male amateur
golfers residing in the South Texas region
(both players must reside in south region) as
defined by the Texas PGA Sections (South of
31 degree parallel, Salado TX and south is
break point). Applicants must have a certified
USGA Handicap Index of 10.0 or less. Please
reference “TGA Regional Tournament Eligibility”
on www.txga.org for additional eligibility
Format: 36 holes of Four-Ball Stroke Play, with
a Champion and Senior division.
Field limit: 40 teams
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