Chris, Jack Hall win Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship

November 15, 2013 

The team Chris Hall of Kennesaw and Jack Hall of Sea Island fired a 66 Friday to win the Georgia Senior Four-Ball Championship at 12-under and total of 201. Rocky Costa of Alpharetta and Lee Dennis of Comer shot 71 in the final round and finished second at 7-under for a total of 206.

Those two teams were tied after Thursday at 135 in the tournament, which was played the Country Club of Columbus.

There were two local teams in the championship flight. Bobby Brent Jr. and Jimmy Holman finished tied for 11th at 1-over 214 after a 70 Friday. Darrell Beck and Ronnie Beck finished 27th after shooting a 72 for a three-day total of 226.

In the Super Senior flight -- also at CCC -- Bill Ploeger of Columbus and Spencer Sappington of Milton finished fourth at 4-over 217 after shooting a 73 on Friday.

Flights 1-4 were played at Green Island Country Club.

Bill McCune and Frank Romeo, both of Columbus, finished second in Flight 2 at 1-over 214 after firing a 75. The team of Bill Carroll Jr. of Rome and Dwight Duke of Duluth won Flight 2 with 4-under 209 after a round of 70 on Friday.

There were five local teams in Flight 1.

Arch Arnold and Fred Miller, both of Columbus, finished second in Flight 1 at 4-under 209 after a 69 on Friday. Andy Robinson of Columbus and Dan Trotter of Cataula finished third at 1-under 212 after a final round of 72. Both teams shot 70 Thursday and were tied for the lead. The team of Buzz Alexander and Dick Donegan, both of Kennesaw, won Flight 1 at 6-under 207 after a 66 on Friday.

Murray Calhoun III and Speedy Gilstrap, both of Columbus, finished tied for fifth at 216 after a 70 on Friday. Charles Speakman of Columbus and Darryl Harris of Woodstock finished eighth at 217 after a 72. Jay Pease and Tom Stewart, both of Columbus, finished tied for 11th at 221 after a 74.

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