2021 SCGA Super Senior Four-Ball Championship – Final Results

2021 SCGA Super Senior Four-Ball Championship
The Legends at Parris Island
Parris Island, SC
May 19-20, 2021

Page and Pope Victorious at Super Senior Four-Ball Championship

Roger Page (Duncan) & Tim Pope (Spartanburg) secured their wire-to-wire victory at the 6th Annual SCGA Super Senior Four-Ball Championship after a final round score of 68 and a tournament total of thirteen under par 131. Coming up just three strokes shy was the upstate duo of Bobby Hines (Greenville) & Terry Willis (Greer), who finished in second after a two-day total of ten under par 134.

Despite battling the early winds at The Legends at Parris Island, Page & Pope played steady golf over the final eighteen holes to assure themselves the victory. The compilation of eleven pars, four birdies, an eagle on the Par 5 – 485 yard second hole, and two bogeys ultimately propelled the duo to the win. This victory gives Page and Pope a back-to-back title as the pair won in 2019, as the event was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

In the Championship Division Second Flight, Steve Horton (Moncks Corner) & Bob Varn (Orangeburg) were victorious after finishing with a final round score of 65 and tournament total of nine under par 135.

The team of Joe Padgette (N. Charleston) and Randy Johnson (Taylors) captured the Legends Division title after a bogey-free final round score of 64 and tournament total of eleven under par 133. Finishing in second place in the Legends Division First Flight was the team of Ron Callahan (Little Mountain) and Dave Williamson (Columbia) with a two-day total of 137.

In the Legends Division Second Flight, Dennis Adkins (N. Myrtle Beach) Rich Obrien (N. Myrtle Beach) captured the victory with a two-day total of 6 under par 138.

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The 2021 SCGA Super Senior Four-Ball Championship was played at The Legends Golf Course at Parris Island which is located on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in Parris Island, SC. The starting field consisted of 33 teams split into two divisions. The Championship Division and Legends Division was flighted based on Round One scores. The Championship Division consisted of players ages of 65-69, played to a yardage of 5,681 yards while the Legends Division consisted of players ages 70 and over, played to a yardage of 5,325 yards. The format for the two days of competition was Four-Ball Stroke Play.

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