Sunday, September 30, 2007

Fort Worth Duo Wins TGA Senior Four-Ball

Congratulations to John Grace and Gary Hardin, both of Fort Worth, for winning the Texas Golf Association's Senior Four-Ball championship on Sunday at Onion Creek Club in Austin. Here is the report from the TGA:

Austin, TX: John Grace and Gary Hardin, both from Fort Worth, shot a final round of seven under par 63 to win the 2007 TGA Senior Four-Ball at Onion Creek Club in Austin. The winners were locked in a three way tie for the lead going into the final round, but broke away from the pack with a strong final round to win by three shots over Jerry Hudgins and Jimmy Chapman of Houston. Hudgins won the event last year with Gary Kirwan, but he and his new partner couldn’t defend the title. Chip Stewart of Dallas, and Curt Sampson of Ennis, the other team tied for the lead after two rounds, struggled to an even par 70 to finiah alone in third, seven shots off the pace.

Grace, recently reinstated to amateur status after playing professionally on the European Senior Tour for a few years, led the charge in both the first and final rounds, with Hardin contributing the most in round two. The duo lowered their score each round by posting 65-64-63 for a 192 total. Hudgins and Chapman opened with the lead at 63, then had back to back rounds of 66 to finish at 195. Stewart and Sampson had the low round of the tournament on day two with a 62 after and opening round 67. Their final round 70 left them at 199 for 54 holes.

In the Net Division the team of Dennis Wood and Rick Hare from Montgomery all but lapped the field. Their net scores were 60-59-57 for a 176 total, 17 shots ahead of Eddie Bock and Richard Larson.

Final Scores

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