Georgia Four-Ball Championship Event History

This Georgia Four-Ball Championship, held annually since 1972, is open to male amateur golfers who are members of a GSGA Member Club and are residents of Georgia. The format is four-ball stroke play.

Year
Champion
Hometown
Runner-Up
Result
Site
1972
Joe Kunes, Tommy Valentine
Tifton,
Spring Hill Country Club, Tifton
1973
Champions unknown
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
1974
Joe Kunes, Smokey Keeney
Tifton, Cordele
202
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
1975
Champions unknown
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
1976
Richard Tatum & Curtis Wagner
Spring Hill Country Club, Tifton
1977
Danny Yates, Rhode Hill
Atlanta
East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta
1978
Ed Barnes & Earl Bowden
River North Golf Club, Macon
1979
Wallace Adams, Walt Fugate
Greenwood, Macon
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
1980
Danny Yates, Rhode Hill
Houston Lake Country Club, Perry
1981
Danny Yates, Rhode Hill
Atlanta
195
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
1982
Allen Doyle, David Dougherty
LaGrange
202
West Lake Country Club, Augusta
1983
Richard Tatum, Bob McClearen
Alpharetta
202
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
1984
Greg Scurlock, Thomas Wilson
207
West Lake Country Club, Augusta
1985
Joe Kunes, Bob Windom
Tifton
Spring Hill Country Club, Tifton
1986
Allen Doyle, David Dougherty
LaGrange
Summit Chase Country Club, Snellville
1987
Barry Harwell, Larry Clark
Peachtree City, Kennesaw
207
Jones Creek Golf Club, Evans
1988
Bob Young, Bob McClearen
Dunwoody, Alpharetta
196
Sea Palms Resort, St. Simons Island
1989
Allen Doyle, David Dougherty
LaGrange
196
Summit Chase Country Club, Snellville
1990
Allen Doyle, David Dougherty
LaGrange
202
Eagle’s Landing Country Club, Stockbridge
1991
Carter Mize, Wright Waddell
Columbus
199
Sheraton Savannah Resort
1992
Jim Stuart, Bill Roberts
Macon, Pine Mountain
200
Landings Golf Club, Warner Robins
1993
Rocky Costa, Derek Jackson
Smyrna, Dunwoody
202
Jennings Mill Country Club, Bogart
1994
Larry Clark, Joe Holbrook
Kennesaw, Rome
194
Sheraton Savannah Resort
1995
Carter Mize, Wright Waddell
Columbus
203
Harbor Club, Greensboro
1996
Jay Childs, Robbie Dew
Marietta
197
Okefenokee Country Club, Blackshear
1997
Cancelled due to weather
Country Club of Columbus
1998
Jay Childs, Robbie Dew
Marietta
201
The Golf Club of Georgia (Creekside), Alpharetta
1999
Carlton Forrester, Allen Ritchie
Gainesville, Atlanta
195
Glen Arven Country Club, Thomasville
2000
Ronnie Cargle, Brent Sizemore
Summerville, Calhoun
195
Wilmington Island Club, Savannah
2001
Jeff Belk, Bob Young
Marietta, Dunwoody
200
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
2002
Stan Rawl, Jason Griffith
Suwanee, Gainesville
193
Harbor Club, Greensboro
2003
Carter Mize, Wright Waddell
Columbus
126
Green Island Country Club, Columbus
2004
Carter Mize, Wright Waddell
Columbus
194
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
2005
Danny Nelson, Jack Hall
Savannah
201
Georgia National Golf Club, McDonough
2006
Doug Hanzel, Bob Royak
Savannah, Alpharetta
197
Wilmington Island Club, Savannah
2007
Brian Davidson, Scott Pitts
Baldwin, Cornelia
203
Kinderlou Forest Golf Club, Valdosta
2008
Louis Brown, Mark Strickland
Newnan, Woodstock
197
The Brickyard at Riverside, Macon
2009
Robert Butler, Chris Dietzel
Governors Towne Club, Acworth
195
Governors Towne Club, Acworth
2010
Corey Murrell, Wes Spannuth
Kingsland, Brunswick
196
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
2011
Jason Fober, Cason Hammock
Fortson, Columbus
196
Green Island Country Club, Columbus
2012
Travis Steed, Mark Sweeney
Macon, Monroe
196
Harbor Club, Greensboro
2013
Jack Hall, Danny Nelson
Sea Island, Savannah
200
Champions Retreat Golf Club, Evans
2014
Cres Dodd, Greg Johnson
Calhoun, Cartersville
196
Cartersville Country Club
2015
Jason Fober, Cason Hammock
Columbus
196
The Standard Club, Johns Creek
2016
Will Evans, Michael Standard
McDonough
190
Glen Arven Country Club, Thomasville
2017
Jeff Belk, Robert Sheats
Atlanta
195
The Golf Club of Georgia, Alpharetta
2018
Mike Nance, David Noll, Jr.
Calhoun, Dalton
194
Coosa Country Club, Rome, GA
2019
Buck Brumlow, Samuel Lape
Atlanta, Cartersville
197
Governors Towne Club, Acworth
2020
Ben Carr, Jake Maples
Columbus, McDonough
183
Country Club of Columbus

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