2020 SCGA Super Senior Championship – Final Results

14th Annual SCGA Harry Wilson Super Senior Championship
Florence Country Club – Florence, SC
October 20-21, 2020

Delcher Captures Victory at Super Senior Championship

Duke Delcher (Bluffton) shot a final round score of one under par 70 for a two-day total of even par 142 to win the 14th Annual Harry Wilson Super Senior Championship at Florence Country Club. Rick Cobb (Taylors) and John Dennis (Greenville) finished in a two-way tie second place each finishing with tournament totals of 145.  

Starting the final round two strokes behind the first-round leaders, Delcher needed to play his final round with as little error as possible to keep himself into contention while allowing his playing competitors to make the mistakes. Putting together a final round consisting of eleven pars, four birdies, and three bogies all but sealed the title for Delcher’s first SCGA Super Senior Championship victory. The 2017 SCGA Super Senior Champion, Rick Cobb, made quiet the run for another victory as he finished in second after a low second round score of three under par 68.

In the Legends Division, Mike Weiner (Kiawah Island) was victorious after making birdie on the second playoff hole against Carey Hite (Columbia) and David Crocker (Bluffton). All three players finished the tournament with totals of three over par 145.

The Super Senior Championship consisted of two divisions. The Championship division (Age 65-69) was split into three flights by first round scores: First Flight (70-77), Second Flight (78-82), and Third Flight (83 & Over). The Legends Division (Age 70 & Over) was split into three flights by first round scores: First Flight (68-76) and Second Flight (78-80), and Third Flight (81 & Over).

For full information, second round pairings and detailed scoring – Harry Wilson Super Senior Championship

The 2020 SCGA Super Senior Championship was conducted on the par 71 Florence Country Club course in Florence, SC. The course played at 5,950 yards for the Championship Division and 5,478 yards for the Legends Division. The field consisted of 82 individuals over the age of 65 years old playing a Stroke Play format conducted over thirty-six holes. The event was created to honor the 41 years of service by Anderson’s Harry Wilson to the SCGA.

The SCGA, founded in 1929, is the governing body for amateur golf in South Carolina. As a non-profit organization, the SCGA’s purpose is to promote, preserve and serve the game of golf. Made up of more than 270 member clubs and more than 50,000 individual members, the SCGA annually conducts 21 SCGA statewide championships, 59 one-day contests, eight USGA qualifiers, seven 40-plus tournaments and six special events. Other Member services offered include GHIN – the USGA Handicap Computation System, Golf Genius Tournament Management Software System and support, Rules of Golf and Handicap education, USGA Course/Slope Ratings and Course measuring, Amateur Status information, the Palmetto Golfer Magazine 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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