December 03, 2019

Three Teams Victorious at Southern Hills

The Winter Series traveled to Southern Hills Plantation Club as three teams captured victories

BROOKSVILLE, Fla. The Winter Series traveled to Southern Hills Plantation Club for the first four-ball event of the season. Southern Hills proved to be a great test for the players over the two-day tournament.

Luke McCann and JP Pearce took home the win the Mid-Amateur Division on Tuesday, while Walter Himelsbaugh and Doug Jones were victorious in the Senior Division. Dick Clemens and Kevin Macy captured the Super-Senior Division.


McCann and Pearce survived a two-hole playoff to get the win in the Mid-Amateur Division at Southern Hills. After the first round, the pair was in a tie for first place with two teams at 1-over 73. The Jacksonville team carded an even-par 72 in the second round to finish the round in a tie for first place with Ken Cocolin and Matthew Giovannelli at 1-over 145. McCann and Pearce birdied the second playoff hole to secure the win.

Cocolin and Giovannelli, who started the day in a tie for fourth place, took home a second place finish. Cocolin aced the par-3 13th hole, as the Ocala duo fired the low round of the day, 3-under 69. Christopher Anderson and Cameron Smith finished third at 2-over 146.


Himelsbaugh and Jones finished the tournament at the top of the Senior Division leaderboard with a 1-under 143, the only under-par round in their division. Following the first round, Himelsbaugh and Jones sat in first place after an even-par 72 on Monday. The pair carded two birdied in the final round to post a 1-under 71 and capture the win.

Richard Kerper and Doug LaCrosse finished second at 1-over 145, while the teams of Len Cole / Cash Wiseman and Brian Coffey / David Tassell tied for third at 4-over 148.


Dick Clemens and Kevin Macy fired a 7-under 137 to capture the two-stroke victory in the Super-Senior Division. The Tampa duo posted a 2-under 70 on Monday to head into the final round at the top of the leaderboard. Clemens and Macy used a bogey-free 5-under 67 in the final round to secure the win, carding five birdies on the day.

Jim Stone and Carey Watson secured a second-place finish with two red numbers for the tournament, 71-68–139. The teams of Bobby Lundquist / Jerry Young and Robert Hess / Fred Peel tied for third place with a 4-under 140

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