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Event: 22nd Tennessee Women’s Four-Ball Championship   

Host Site: The Lookout Mountain Club

Playing Dates: August 22-23, 2017

Burris and Long Dominate Women’s Four-Ball


Jenna Burris and Hanley Long claimed their second Women’s Four Ball Championship in three years.   

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LEBANON, TENN (August 23rd, 2017) First round leaders Jenna Burris and Hanley Long controlled their destiny after a first round four-under-par 67 gave the pair a four-stroke lead. The Middle Tennessee State University teammates got off to the start they needed, a bogey-free two-under-par 33 front nine that featured two birdies from Burris. The 2015 Women’s Four-Ball champions ran away from the field on the back nine, starting with a birdie on No. 10 from Long. The duo closed out the championship with another birdie from Long on No. 18 for a second consecutive four-under-par 67 to run away with the championship, finishing eight-under-par. “It was such a blast to play out here. Thank you all for coming and playing, you guys are a lot more fun to play with than what we are used to,” Long said when addressing the crowd after the victory. This win ties Burris/Long for the most in championship history.  


Evelyn Blackmon and Colette Murray were the only other group to break par, posting a one-under-par 70 to finish second. Reagan Kinnie and Rachel Watts produced an even-par 71 in the final round to jump to third place. Defending Tennessee Women’s Four-Ball champions Lynda Mullins and Maggie Scott finished in a tie for fourth.  


The teams were split into eight flights after the first round, based on first round scores. Below is the breakdown of each flight.

First Flight

1 Long/Burris (-8) 67-67---134

2 Blackmon/Murray (Even) 72-70---142

3 Kinnie/Watts (+2) 73-71---144

T4 Mullins/Scott (+4) 71-75---146

T4 Cropper/Cropper (+4) 74-72---146

6 Wimberly/Aaron (+5) 73-74---147

7 Switzer- 75-73---148

Nadasdi/Williams (+6)

8 McCravey/Grant (+7) 76-73---149

Second Flight

1 Tarbet/Tarbet (+6) 77-71---148

2 Manous/Marr (+12) 78-76---154

3 Sauter/Ridings (+17) 78-81---159

T4 Durham/Burns (+20) 79-83---162

T4 Fowler/Ryon (+20) 79-83---162

T4 Kraft/Hale (+20) 77-85---162

7 Evers/Miller (+21) 78-85---163

8 Carter/Thurman (+22) 79-85---164

Third Flight

1 Werhnyak/Buchanan (+13) 80-75---155

2 Fanning/Zanca (+18) 80-80---160

3 Smith/Chisholm (+19) 80-81---161

T4 Snow/Donahoo (+20) 80-82---162

T4 Wood/Miller (+20) 82-80---162

T4 Crenshaw/Johnson (+20) 80-82---162

T7 Wedekind/Pridemore (+23) 83-82---165

T7 Carlton/Graham (+23) 80-85---165

9 Oddo/Hostettler (+26) 83-85---168

10 Boswinkle/Nell (+27) 81-88---169

11 Orourke/Welch (+30) 81-91---172

12 Curtis/Crabtree (+33) 83-92---175

Fourth Flight

1 Logue/Yoder (+23) 85-80---165

2 Loftsgard/McGee (+25) 85-82---167

3 Davis/Fowler (+28) 85-85---170

T4 Volz/Geny (+29) 85-86---171

T4 Brasher/Bechtel (+29) 86-85---171

6 Basten/Purchase (+30) 84-88---172

7 Edmondson/Ward (+31) 85-88---173

8 Kelly/Lunsford (+34) 86-90---176

9 Johnson/Petitt (+35) 86-91---177

Fifth Flight

T1 Monaghan/Puckett (+29) 87-84---171

T1 Thompson/Beaty (+29) 87-84---171

3 Dunning/Woods (+30) 87-85---172

4 Glasgow/Rader-Carson 87-87---174

(+32)

5 Hume/Howser (+36) 88-90---178

6 Williams/Reedy (+37) 89-90---179

T7 Arnold/Stewart (+38) 89-91---180

T7 Hayes/Evers (+38) 89-91---180

T9 Shemwell/Kim (+41) 88-95---183

T9 Wilkerson/Bower (+41) 87-96---183

11 Hornstra/MacDonald 89-98---187

(+45)

Sixth Flight

1 Kincaid/Overton (+33) 90-85---175

2 Rogers/Price (+37) 91-88---179

3 Bauman/Petrosky (+38) 90-90---180

4 Finley/Henry (+40) 90-92---182

5 Brown/Martin (+41) 91-92---183

T6 Medley/Bates (+43) 92-93---185

T6 Romero-Mezza/Gouty 92-93---185

(+43)

T8 Levering/Mohr (+44) 91-95---186

T8 Hodge/Dube (+44) 90-96---186

10 Cooper/Lackey (+48) 91-99---190

11 Beres/Howard (+49) 92-99---191

12 Hayes/Barrett (+50) 91-101---192

Seventh Flight

1 Walker/DeMoss (+39) 94-87---181

2 Dunn/Waters (+42) 93-91---184

3 Ruggles/Kies (+44) 93-93---186

4 Ewen/Prince (+47) 95-94---189

5 Cottrell/Anderson (+50) 96-96---192

T6 Smith/Ostuni (+53) 97-98---195

T6 Hagewood/Morrow (+53) 95-100---195

T8 Lattimore/Willson (+55) 95-102---197

T8 Semmes/Roberson (+55) 97-100---197

10 Franks/Mowery (+60) 97-105---202

Eighth Flight

1 Towns/Bush (+50) 99-93---192

T2 Swaggerty/Bauguss (+54) 104-92---196

T2 Akers/McDearman (+54) 99-97---196

4 Inman/Dodd (+62) 103-101---204

5 Breeding/Buckles (+64) 102-104---206

6 Rojas/Miller (+69) 108-103---211

7 Evans/Miller (+76) 107-111---218   

About the Tennessee Golf Association

In 1914, the Tennessee Golf Association (TGA) was organized at Memphis Country Club as an association of five private clubs. The objective of the Association, as stated in its Constitution, "shall be to promote the game of golf in Tennessee." From these small origins the TGA has become an association which now includes over 200 member clubs, courses, and organizations, comprised of over 32,000 individuals from across the state.

 

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