2018 Senior Four-Ball Championship
Event DateNov 14, 2018
LocationKing & Prince Golf Course
Entries OpenAug 01, 2018
Entries CloseOct 31, 2018
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Gay McMichael and Phil Harden from Macon sit atop the leaderboard in the Senior Four-Ball Championship after posting a 7-under-par 65 in round two. The 2018 edition of the Senior Four-Ball Championship is taking place at King & Prince Golf Course while the Super Senior Four-Ball Championship is being played at Sea Palms Golf Resort.
There are many former GSGA champions lurking near the top of the leaderboard in the Senior Four-Ball. Jeff Knox and Tripp Kuhlke put together another good round and sit two-strokes off the lead at 10-under-par. Chris Hall, who recently won his second Georgia Senior Championship title, is playing with Donny Phillips and they are at 8-under-par after two rounds along with three-time defending champions, Jack Hall and Doug Hanzel.
The Super Senior defending champions, Al Small and Larry Clark, went low in round two with seven birdies and an eagle on the par-4 12th hole. They are now tied for the lead at 8-under-par overall. Joining them atop the leaderboard is the team of Don Marsh and Ernie Venet.
There are seven Georgia Golf Hall of Famers competing this week:
Bill Blalock ‘19
Doug Hanzel ‘19
Jeff Knox ‘17
Carter Mize ‘15
Spencer Sappington ‘08
Jim Stuart ‘11
Wright Waddell ‘18
Final round action of both championships gets underway tomorrow at 8:00 a.m.
Open to male amateur golfers; entrants must be at least 55 years old on or before the first day of the Championship; a maximum stroke differential of six strokes is allowed between partners; if the differential is more than six strokes, the higher index will be adjusted down to six strokes; the stroke differential does not apply in determining the low 48 teams by total team handicap index
72 teams (subject to change) - 48 teams based on low team index comprise the Championship flight; remaining Senior Division teams drawn by lottery (1 exempt spot held for each host club; 3 exempt spots held for flight winners);
54 holes of flighted four-ball stroke play