2022 SCGA Senior Four-Ball Championship – Final Results

29th SCGA Senior Four-Ball Championship
Camden Country Club
Camden, SC
March 28-29, 2022

Cloninger and King Crowned Champions of the 29th Senior Four-Ball Championship

Rick Cloninger of Rock Hill and Kevin King of Bluffton went low in the final round posting an impressive eight-under par 62 to force them into a playoff with first round leaders, Max Fain of Boiling Springs and Yancey Johnson of Simpsonville. Team Cloninger/King each made par on the third hole of the sudden death playoff to take home the 29th Annual Senior Four-Ball title.
Team Cloninger/King had eight birdies and went bogey free in the final round today.
“We knew we had to make a lot of birdies today,” said Cloninger. “We birdied four holes in a row which gave us a good feeling.”
“We were lucky on the playoff,” said King. “Rick stripped it down the middle and then I had an easy two putt which wasn't difficult since it was a flat level putt.”
“There is nothing like a win,” Cloninger said. “This is such a good way to start the year and hopefully we can keep it going from here.”
Team Fain/Johnson took home second place and team Joe Hendrick of Chesterfield and Daran Womack of Aiken finished in third posting an overall score of nine-under par 131.

For full information including pairings, detailed scoring, and full results – SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship

The 2022 SCGA Senior Four Ball Championship was played on the par 70 – 6,138 yard Donald Ross designed Camden Country Club in Camden, S.C. The field consisted of 62 two-man teams playing Best Ball format conducted over thirty-six holes. The Senior Four Ball Championship is one of 21 Major Championships conducted annually by the South Carolina Golf Association. 

About the South Carolina Golf Association (SCGA)

The SCGA’s purpose is to promote, preserve and serve the game of golf. Founded in 1929, the SCGA is a non-profit organization made up of more than 270 member clubs and over 60,000 individual members. The SCGA annually conducts Statewide championships, one-day contests, a series of 40-plus events and the overseeing of USGA qualifiers in our State. Other Member services offered include GHIN – the USGA Handicap Computation System, Golf Genius - a Tournament Software System, Rules of Golf and Handicap education, USGA Course/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.

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