Walter Todd, Jr. (L) and Kyle Bearden (SCGA photo)
After days of rain, the weather held nice prior to impending storms and players of the 27th SCGA Partners Championship were treated to some good golf for the SCGA’s first major championship of the year at Spring Valley Country Club and The Members Club at Woodcreek Farms.
The low scores of the day came from the Overall Champions, Kyle Bearden (Barnwell) and Walt Todd, Jr. (Greenville). Playing the Woodcreek layout, the duo from the Upstate teamed together to shoot a tournament low two-day total of 122 at 22 under par. Their final round 60 consisted of 10 birdies and an eagle. They paired to win by three shots over first round leaders Brandon Cemprola (Columbia) and Ryan Reynolds (Camden).
In the First Flight, John Meetze (Chapin) and Jason Livingston (Chapin) shot 64 for their final round and a tournament total of 15 under par 129 to earn their flight win over three other teams.
Dan Hogan (Blythewood) and Jimmy McQuiston (Columbia) took the Third Flight by shooting a final round 61 and win by four shots with a final score of 129 at 15 under par.
At Spring Valley, in the Tournament Division, Brent Roof (Columbia) and Delan Stevens (Conway) shot the low round of the day with an eight under par score of 64 and a two day total of 129 to take the top honors in the Division and Championship Flight.
Doug Cottingham (Hopkins) and Will Hightower (Summerville) took the First Flight by four shots with a final score of 131.
In the Second Flight, Dan Gaither (Greer) and Marty Henson (Piedmont) finished at five under par for the tournament and won by two shots.
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ABOUT THE South Carolina Partners
The Partners Championship has become one of the
most popular events conducted by the South
Carolina Golf Association. So popular in fact, that in
2009 the SCGA had to expand to two golf courses,
Spring Valley Country Club & The Members Club -
The field will play in two separate divisions flip-
flopping golf courses on Saturday & Sunday. The
Championship Division will conclude play at
Woodcreek on Sunday and both divisions will be
broken into flights for the final round.
The Partners Championship continues to be one of
the main fund raisers for the South Carolina Junior
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