Bell & Lutomski Capture Victory at SCGA Partners Championship

30th SCGA Partners Championship
Spring Valley CC & The Spur at Northwoods
Columbia, SC
March 4-5, 2023

Bell & Lutomski Capture Victory at SCGA Partners Championship

Weston Bell (Piedmont) and Robert Lutomski (Simpsonville) have claimed the victory at the SCGA’s 30th Annual Partners Championship after a commanding final round of 59 and a tournament score of 25 under par 119. Starting the final round wedged in a four-way tie, the upstate duo compiled two eagles, nine birdies, and seven pars in a Modified Texas Scramble format to ultimately win the Partners Championship by two strokes over the defending champion team of Zach Herold (Lexington) & Sam Jackson (West Columbia).  In the First Flight of the Championship Division, there was a two-way tie between the team of Luke Coates (Florence) & Landis Lane (Florence) and the team of Jordan Sease (Lexington) & Evan Phillips (West Columbia) after both teams finished with tournament totals of 16 under par 128. Will Durrett (Aiken) and Brian Quackenbush (Aiken) won the Second Flight of the Championship Division with a 15 under par two-day total of 129. 

In the Tournament Division, Duane Barnes (Simpsonville) and Dennis Schwab (Simpsonville) captured the overall victory by two shots after a two-day total of 16 under par 128. The First Flight of the Tournament Division finished as a three-way tie at nine under par 135 between the team of Jeff McLain (Gilbert) & Zach McLain (Gilbert), team of Chris Campbell (Mount Pleasant) & Michael Moseley (Hanahan), and the team of Matt Faulkner (Simpsonville) & Josh Ridley (Orangeburg). The Second Flight of the Tournament Division was won by Rick Ingle (Winnsboro) & Tim Eich (Columbia) after a tournament score of ten under par 134. 

Partners Championship Links:   Final Scores & Results   | Partners Championship Site  Final Round Media Results

The 2023 SCGA Partners Championship was played at both Spring Valley Country Club and The Spur at Northwoods. The field consisted of 98 two-man teams playing Captains Choice in the first round and a Modified Texas Scramble in the final round.  The Championship Division competed at The Spur at Northwoods on day one and Spring Valley Country Club on day two, vice versa for the Tournament Division.  The Partners Championship is in its 30th year of existence and is a fund raiser for the South Carolina Junior Golf Association.

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