FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 19, 2016
TREY AND BRYCE LEWIS CAPTURE THE 37TH TENNESSEE FATHER-SON CHAMPIONSHIP
(Fairfield Glade, TN) The team of Trey and Bryce Lewis followed up their opening round score of 79 points with a final round of 78 to finish with 157 points and capture this year’s Tennessee Father-Son Championship. The team of Peter and Alex Cobb started the final round in second place, only two points behind the Lewis’s, but could not gain enough ground to challenge them for the overall title. Seven-time Father-Son champions, Paul and Wes Korth, finished in a tie for seventh place this year with 131 points.
The Tennessee Father-Son Championship was conducted at Stonehenge Golf Club in Fairfield Glade, which also annually hosts the Tennessee Senior State Open presented by Crossville, the Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open Championship and the TGA-TPGA Challenge Cup Matches.
The tournament’s format utilizes a modified Stableford scoring system which awards point values (8 points for eagle or better, 4 points for birdie, 2 points for par, 1 point for bogey and 0 points for double-bogey or worse) for a player’s score on each hole. The team’s score per hole is the combined point value for each player’s score.
Flight winners and complete results for the 2016 Tennessee Father-Son Championship is available at tnfatherson.com.