- The Columbia Country Club amateur three man team combined to shoot a total of three over par 219 to win the 2022 SCGA Lathrop Cup. Columbia Country Club was represented by Professional Chris Sparrow and amateurs Eddie Hargett, Brad Krapfel, and Dan Sullivan. Finishing in second place at five over par 221 was The River Golf Club team represented by Professional Paul Walton along with amateurs Jay Blackburn, Steve Foss, and Jeff Pope.
In the Pro-Am portion of the event, there was a two-way tie between The River Golf Club and Golden Hills Golf & Country Club. Each team shot a low two-ball score of seven under par 137.
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2022 SCGA Lathrop Cup
The 2022 SCGA Lathrop Cup was played on the par 72 - 6,163 yard Country Club of Lexington course in Lexington, SC. The field consisted of 21 teams playing in both the Lathrop Cup and the Lathrop Cup Pro-Am. The Lathrop Cup is comprised of three amateurs over the age of 55 from the same club using the aggregate of their three scores to determine the Senior Club Championship of South Carolina. The Pro-Am portion of the event uses the best two balls of the group, including the club professional. The Lathrop Cup is named after long time SCGA Executive Director Happ Lathrop.
About the South Carolina Golf Association (SCGA)
A non-profit organization founded in 1929, the SCGA’s purpose is to promote, preserve and serve the game of golf. The SCGA annually conducts Statewide
s, one-day contests, a series of 40-plus events and the overseeing of USGA qualifiers in our State. Other member services offered include use of GHIN services / Handicap Index computation, Golf Genius - a Tournament Software System, Rules of Golf and Rules of Handicapping education, Course Ratings/Slope Ratings and Course measuring, Amateur Status information, the Palmetto Golfer Magazine, the MySCGA App, the official podcast of the SCGA - Off the Hosel and the SC Golf Hall of Fame. The SCGA also houses the offices of the SC Junior Golf Foundation and SC Junior Golf Association in a combined effort to support junior golf and grow the game’s initiatives.
For more information about the South Carolina Golf Association, visit www.scgolf.org