Two Teams Advance to 2023 U.S. Four-Ball Championship from Oldfield Qualifier

Okatie, S.C.  - The team of Stephen Seiden (Newtown Square, PA) and Ryan Clancy (Bluffton, SC) along with the team of Jack Larkin, Sr. (Atlanta, GA) and Hayes Brown (Charlotte, NC) have both qualified at the Oldfield Club (7,142, Par 72) in Okatie, SC to play in the 2023 US Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Seiden and Clancy were the qualifying medalists after an eight under par round of 64. 

 

The team of Austin Morgan (Charleston, SC) and Troy Miller (Charleston, SC) will be the first alternates while the team of Bradley Kauffman (Greenville, SC) and Nick Eberhardt (Charlotte, NC) will be the second alternate team. 

 

50 sides started the day playing for two spots and two alternate positions to participate in the 2023 United States Amateur Four-Ball Championship that will be conducted at the Kiawah Island Club (Cassique & River Course) in Kiawah Island, SC on May 20-24, 2023.

 

For more information about this 2023 US Four-Ball Qualifying Event including final results, pairings, detailed scoring and other tournament info -  2023 USGA Four-Ball Qualifying

 

This qualifier was conducted by the South Carolina Golf Association on behalf of the United States Golf Association and the Carolinas Golf Association.

 

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