The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


April 6, 2013

64 surprises Fourball leaders


ENID, Okla. —


Dick Lambertz Memorial Enid Fourball Results

Championship Flight

Kyle Tefft-Landon Dixon        64

Josh Bugg-Jay Betchan        65

Heath Myers-Keith Campbell        68

Lucas McCoy-David Meek        70

Gary Wilson-Reggie Redwine         71

Robert Parker-Jonathan Hart        74

Bubba Fournier-J.J. Fournier        75

Neil Oxford-Corey Boler        76

Travis Stout-Rod Stout        77

Today’s tee times

10:30 — Oxford-Boler, Wilson-Redwine

10:37 — Tefft-Dixon, Bugg-Betchan

10:45 — McCoy-Meek

11:07 — Myers-Campbell, Stout-Stout

11:15 — Fournier-Fournier, Parker-Hart

First Flight

Brandon Bergner-Danny Melrose def. Aaron Crenshaw-Taylor Randolph, 3-and-2

Kenny Moore-Eric Williamson def. Larry Schoff-Greg Cook, 2-and-1

Keith Broyles-Byron Gainer def. Todd Eitzen-Trevor Watkins, 8-and-6

Colton Jackson-Ashton Armstrong def. Randy Nunley-Bill Heizer, 8-and-7

Mike Stodala-Rick Moritz def. Jon Cline-Matt Peck, 1-up

Craig Collins-David Collins def. Josh Tobitt-Paul Mastrianni, 1-up, 21 holes

Bobby Young Sr.-Bobby Young Jr, bye

Dave Cagle-Bob Keiser def. John Kang-Dai Kim, 3-and-2.

Today’s matches


11:22 — Crenshaw-Randolph vs. Schoff-Cook

11:30 — Eitzen-Watkins vs. Nunley-Heizer

11:45 — Cline-Peck vs. Tobitt-Mastrianni

12:30 — Kang-Kim, bye


12:37 — Bergner-Melrose vs. Moore-Williamson

12:45 — Broyles-Gainer vs. Jackson-Armstrong

1 — Stodola-Moritz vs. Collins-Collins

1:07 — Young-Young vs. Cagle-Keiser

Second Flight

Brian Thomas-Kyle Murrow def. Stan Harris-Chuck Murrie, 2-and-1

Kurt Pendergraft-Eric Bernstein def. Eric Sinning-Kenny Dunigan, 1-up

Don Betchan-Mike Nelson def. Paul Baker-Ron McKeaigg, 4-and-2

Jack Morris-Tom Tucker def. Daren McGowan-Tim McCoy, 1-up, 19th hole

Jeff Ernst-Casey Eckstein def. Shawn Farney-Chad Burnham, 2-up

Michael Crouch-Chris Bush def. Mike Barnthouse-Josh Barnthouse, 3-and-2

Larry McClelland-Allen Glaser def. Trae Stelver-Gregg Stelver, 3-and-2

Travis Brorsen-Zack Hall de. Michael League-Earl Lamb, 5-and-4

Today’s matches


8 — Murre-Harris vs. Sinning-Dunigan

8:07 — McKeaigg-Baker vs. McGowan-McCoy

8:15 — Forney-Burnham vs. Barnthouse-Barnthouse

8:22 — Stelver-Stelver vs. League-Lamb


8:30 — Thomas-Murrow vs. Pendergraft-Bernstein

8:37 — Betchan-Nelson vs. Morris-Tucker

9 — Ernst-Eckstein vs. Crouch-Bush

9:07 — McClelland-Glaser vs. Brosen-Hall

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