The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


April 6, 2013

64 surprises Fourball leaders


ENID, Okla. — Third Flight

Chad McDaniel-Mike McGreevy def. Chad Capra-Joe Capra, 3-and-1

Dave Diesselhorst-Del Griggs, bye

Josh Winfield-Levi Hinkle def. Tyson Seng-Trevin Ray, 1-up

Walter Syms-Ron Jones def. Chad Throckmorton-A.J. Nusz, 3-and-2

Steve Kirk-Mike Foster def. Steve Hart-Jim Hart, 1-up

Jim Fournier-Tim Winfield def. Gary Johnson-John Henry, 1-up, 19th

Terry Charles-Trevor Charles def. David Lee-Kris Ferguson, 2-up

Randy Webb-Randy Brunken, bye

Today’s matches


9:15 — Capra-Capra, bye

9:22 — Seng-Ray vs. Throckmorton-Nusz

9:30 — Hart-Hart vs. Johnson-Henry

9:37 — Lee-Ferguson, bye


10 — McDaniel-McGreevy vs. Diesselhorst-Griggs

10:07 — Winfield-Hinkle vs. Sims-Jones

10:15 — Fournier-Winfield vs. Kirk-Fisher

10:22 — Webb-Brunken vs. Charles-Charles

Fourth Flight

Jason Williams-David Norton def. Don Clark-Joe Chandler, 1-up

Brandon Pecha-Dudley Darrow def. Allen Seltenreich-Michael Thompson, 5-and-3

Robert Stegeman-Fred Hockert def. Joe Armstrong-Joey Armstrong, 1-up

Keith Fuksa-Wayne McMillon def. Larry Wheeler-Paul Scaepperly, 1-up, 19th

Jeff London-Chuck London def. Donny Lagan-R.D. Justus, 6-and-5

Chris Baker-Chris Dintelman def. Randy Hamm-Jim Clark, 2-and-1

Dan Patterson-Ken Shaw def. Rick Howard-Kent League, 4-and-3

Brandon Beckett-Chris Brown def. T.C. Chamberlin-Raymond Aranda, 3-and-2

Today’s matches


8 — Clark-Chandler vs. Seltenreich-Thompson

8:07 — Armstrong-Armstrong vs. Wheeler-Scapperly

8:15 — Lagan-Justus vs. Hamm-Clark

8:22 — Howard-League vs. Chamberlin-Aranda


8:30 — Williams-Norton vs. Pecha-Darrow

8:45 — Stegeman-Hart vs. Fuksa-McMillon

9 — London-London vs. Baker-Dipelman

9:07 — Patterson-Shaw vs. Beckett-Brown

5th Flight

Larry Barton-Jack Bransetter, bye

Bill Noak-Lance Farney def. Steve Long-Marvin Batterman, 1-up, 19

Derrick Wolf-Randy Boeckman def. Lance Norris-Richard Druse, 4-and-3

Bob Bollenbach-Brandon Cox def. Luis Romanos-Sam Snyder, 1-up

Richard Morrison-Earl Boone def. Stan Botts-Terry Hiebert, 5-and-3

Russell Fowler-Dustin Cantrell def. Roger Jarrett-Jim Campbell, 5-and-4

Steve Snyder-John Edwards def. Jason Merrifield-Rod Lingenfelter, 3-and-2

Shay Crawford-Kyle Billings def. Lance Schwandt-Richard Hutchinson, 4-and-3.

Today’s matches


9:15 — Long-Batterman, bye

9:22 — Norris-Druse vs. Romanos-Snyder

9:30 — Botts-Hiebert vs. Jarrett-Campbell

9:37 — Merrifield-Lingenfelter vs. Schwandt-Hutchinson


10 — Barton-Branstetter vs. Noak-Farney

10:07 — Wolf-Boeckman vs. Bollenbach-Cox

10:15 — Morrison-Boone vs. Fowler-Cantrell

10:22 — Edwards-Snyder vs. Crawford-Billings

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