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March 29, 2014

Gregory’s makes last stand; Pickle and Henson edge in Fourball

ENID, Okla. — Grant Gregory staged a valiant one-man show before falling to Troy Rasp and Jon Cline in the first round of the  Dick Lambertz Memorial Enid Fourball Saturday at Meadowlake Golf Course.

Gregory, playing without his partner J.J. Fournier, was only one down after he won the 13th hole, but Rasp and Cline won the 16th and 17th to end the match.

“Troy said he (Gregory) played a really good match,’’ said Meadowlake pro and tournament co-director Cody Lack. “There have been some people before that have tried to play by themselves, but not too many of them won.’’

The only other close match came when Andy Pickle and Walker Henson outlasted David Meek and Dave Cagle, 2-up. The match was even after 13 holes, but Pickle and Henson won No. 14 and No. 16 for the match.

Garber’s Hayden Betchan and David Turner beat the Kingfisher team of Gary Wilson and Reggie Redwine, 5-and-4.

Betchan and Turner were one down after four holes but won six of the next 10, ending with a Turner par on the 14th.

Kyle Tefft and David McIntyre eliminated Colton Jackson and Ashton Armstrong, 6-and-5. They were 3-up after nine, and closed it out after winning No. 10, 13 and No. 14.

Brandon Gainer and Corey Boler ousted Rusty Wilson and Craig Martin, 6-and-5. They won five of the first 10 holes.

Tim and Dale Bays won by a default.

Top-seeded Heath Myers and Keith Campbell, the defending champions and No. 2 seed Jay Betchan and  Josh Bugg both received byes.

Myers and Campbell will face McIntyre and Tefft. Betchan and Bugg will play Bays and Bays.

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