2020 SCGA Mid-Am Four-Ball Championship – Final Results

26th Annual SCGA Mid-Amateur Four-Ball Championship
Bulls Bay Golf Club
Awendaw, SC
August 22-23, 2020

Mother Nature Crowns Co-Champions at Mid-Am Four-Ball

After battling thunderstorm cells and rain clusters for over four hours, mother nature did her part in crowning co-champions at the 26th Annual SCGA Mid-Am Four-Ball Championship by forcing a cancelled final round. The teams of Kevin King (Bluffton) & Todd White (Roebuck) along with Ben Karns (Johns Island) & Patrick Townes (Mount Pleasant) are victorious after both teams shot a first round score of nine under par 63 at the Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, SC.

Five teams fell into a tie for third by respectively shooting first round scores of 64. Those teams include John Assey (Mount Pleasant) & Scott Smith (Mount Pleasant), Weston Bell (Piedmont) & Robert Lutomski (Simpsonville), Blake Austin (Barnwell) & Kyle Bearden (Barnwell), Zack Siefert (Simpsonville) & Cabrick Waters (Gaffney), along with Cordes Ford (Charleston) & Rion Moore (Georgetown).

For more information about the SCGA Mid-Am Four-Ball Championship including detailed scoring, pairings, and results – 26th Mid-Am Four-Ball Championship

The 2020 SCGA Mid-Amateur Four-Ball Championship was played at the par 72 – 6,725 yard Bulls Bay Golf Club. The field consisted of 64 two-man teams over the age of 25 playing Best Ball format conducted over eighteen holes due to a final round cancellation weather. The Mid-Amateur Four-Ball Championship is in its 26th year of existence.

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