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April 24, 2016 - Many Champions Crowned and Honored at 2016 Four-Ball Championships at Hattiesburg Country Club
Hattiesburg, MS - A crowd gathered on the tenth tee to witness a single tee shot before play commenced on Friday, April 22 at the historic Hattiesburg Country Club. Mr. Sam Hall would hit the commemorative shot to remember the passing of his son, Stan Hall, a long time amateur golfer and Mississippi Golf Association member. Sam Hall was picked up from the driving range where he prepared to make his son proud. Stan Hall would have been on the course here at Hattiesburg Country Club to defend his title after winning the Senior Four-Ball in 2014 and 2015 with Robert Pannell. The championship was then underway with ninety-four teams of Mississippi amateurs.
The Bill Cass Senior Four-Ball Champions had long awaited this victory. David Griffin and Alan Boone played consistently throughout the 54 hole championships with a bogey free final round to secure the win. Griffin and Boone, both of North Mississippi, were overjoyed to accept the first awarded, Stan Hall Memorial Senior Four-Ball trophy, in memory Stan Hall's passing this past January. Following at the heals of the champions, Ken Peacock and Chris Berry, who carded five birdies on their final nine holes.
April 30-May 1, 2016-Junior Cup Team
Greenville Country Club was the site for the 2016 Mississippi Junior Cup Matches. Friday night we held our player draft and split the golfers into two teams: Team Palmer and Team Nicklaus. The Palmer team consisted of: Patton Kincaid, Joshua Larsen, Wells Williams, Jon Wesley Lovelace, David Beard, Tripp Rush, Eli Mitchell, Walker Gibens, Brandon Walker, Carlee Nanney, Griffin Agent, Cole Baggett, Benjamin Nelson, Brett Forman, Lucas Agent, and William Barrier. The Nicklaus Team was: Collins Trolio, Hayes Smith, Chip Barber, Connor Gee, John Henson, Matt Billingsley, Cohen Trolio, Carson Butler, Matt Liddon, Presley Baggett, David Mason, Cameron Clarke, Jake Crosson, Tate Dickerson, Martin Bell, and Channing Curtis.