28th Alabama State Senior Four-Ball Champions, Shaw Pritchett and Jeff Taylor of Montgomery (Left); 4th Alabama State Super-Senior Four-Ball Champions, Tom Davis and Tom Jungkind of Hoover (Right)
HUNTSVILLE, AL – (Oct. 16, 2022) Final Round results of the 28th Alabama State Senior Four-Ball and 4th Alabama State Super-Senior Four-Ball Championships hosted by Valley Hill Country Club in Huntsville, Alabama, on Oct. 16, 2022.
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The team of Shaw Pritchett + Jeff Taylor of Montgomery went low to lead wire-to-wire at the 28th Alabama State Senior Four-Ball Championship. Pritchett + Taylor posted seven-under 65 for the Final Round and finished the Championship with a 25-under 191.
Charles Noto of Pinson + Chris Jones of Birmingham placed second. They finished the day with a four-under 68, carding a 21-under 195 for the Championship.
The team of Joey Holley of Troy + Steve Hudson of Birmingham won a scorecard playoff to stand third. They posted a four-under 68 for the day and a 16-under 200 for the tournament.
The following players stand T3 with a 16-under 200 overall:
● Claud Cooper of Birmingham + Danny Spybey of Loxley
● Chris Lemley + Tracy Lentz of Decatur
● David Hancock of Greenville + Ralph Mathews of Andalusia
● Mike Arasin + Dan Kuykendall of Auburn
After a two-hole playoff, Tom Davis + Tom Jungkind of Hoover claimed the title at the 4th Alabama State Super-Senior Four-Ball Championship. They fired a three-under 69 for the round and secured the victory with a 16-under 202 overall.
Bill Griffin of Dora + Robert Pewitt of Hoover stand second, also carding a three-under for the day and a 16-under 202 for the Championship.
The team of Steve Norman of Greenville + Terry Chapman of Monroeville claimed third with a 12-under 204 for the tournament.
For more information about the 28th Alabama State Senior Four-Ball and 4th Alabama State Super-Senior Four-Ball Championships, please visit the Championship(s) website.
These Championships are conducted by the Alabama Golf Association.
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