10/31/2018 1:53:00 PM CGA Senior Four-Ball One-Day Tournament Results at Gaston Country Club
Carolina's Golf Association Press Release
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Final results from the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball One-Day Tournament at Gaston Country Club in Gastonia, N.C. on Monday, October 29. Teams are ranked by gross scores. Gross and Net scores are listed.
Tournament format is 18 holes of four-ball stroke play, both gross and net. 90 percent of a player's course handicap is used to determine net scores. Entry is open to any male amateur golfer who has reached his 55th birthday by the tournament date, is a member of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA Handicap Index® at a CGA member club. The field is divided into divisions based on age and total team course handicap: Tournament Division-Flight A, Flight B; Super Senior 65+ Division, Flight A and B; Super Senior 70+ Division. For complete results of the net and gross divisions, please see: https://cga.golfgenius.com/pages/1304749
Tournament Flight A
David Boaz, Denver, NC -- Stan Goodson, Lincolnton, NC, -7, 65, 63
John Caveny, Kings Mountain, NC -- Roger Szymczyk, Charlotte, NC, +12, 84, 73
Mike McLaughlin, Huntersville, NC -- Dave Miner, Huntersville, NC, +15, 87, 70
Wayne Page, Charlotte, NC -- Charles Kale, Cornelius, NC, +19, 91, 78
About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA) --- The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals. The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 140 One-Day (net and gross) events and qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs. For more information about the CGA, visit www.carolinasgolf.org.