VIEW ROUND 1 SCORES
The 32nd SCGA Four-Ball Net Championship began Monday at Oak Creek GC in Irvine. This 36-hole Championship consists of two person teams; each individual of the team must have an active current Handicap Index not exceeding 18.4 and both players must be members in good standing at the same club.
Mark Adamsky and James Kosmicki of Brookside Men's GC shot a 10-under 61 Monday to lead all teams after Round 1. Orlando Hernandez and Tony Schaap of The Sandbaggers and Edward Ornelas and Art Saenz Jr. of ILWU GC currently sit two strokes behind the leaders, tied for second. Round 2 begins at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Pairings can be viewed here.
All players will play another 18 holes Tuesday.
Both days of the tournament play with the Four-Ball Net Format (two person better ball). Each individual will play to 90% (Men) and 95% (Women) of their Course Handicap. After the 90%/95% reduction, if partners’ Course Handicap differs by more than 8 strokes, an additional 10% reduction will be applied to their Course Handicap.
Walteria Business Men's Club's Ed Shiba and Tommy Stevenson II (62-68), Ranch Maria GC's Justin Burton and David Zavala (63-67), and father and son duo Jeff and Earl Restine of Cottonwood at Rancho San Diego all conquered wet conditions for the win at last year's event, which was held at Tijeras Creek GC.
Oak Creek was designed by renowned golf course architect Tom Fazio. It is set against the majestic backdrop of the Saddleback Mountains. Featuring tapered fairways, picturesque greens, beautiful lakes and bull-nose carved bunkers, Oak Creek rewards your senses as it beckons your competitive spirit.