Foursomes Championship

Mar. 7-8, 2022, Goose Creek GC

This Championship is open to two-person teams with each SCGA member having a Handicap Index of 7.4 or below.

The format is alternate shot with one player teeing off on the odd-numbered holes and the other player teeing off on the even-numbered holes.

Championship InfoHotels

Sullivan/Miller Storm Back to Capture Fourth Foursomes Crown

Results

Dan Sullivan and Mark Miller successfully defended their title at the 2022 Foursomes Championship, capturing a slim one-stroke victory at Goose Creek GC.

The pair sat just inside the top-10 after posting a nine-over 80 on the first day, but stormed back with a 72 in a final round that included three birdies to record their fourth championship in this event. The duo's final round stood as the lowest round of the championship.

The sides of Nick Ellis & Derrik Hubbard, Damon Krause & Jonathan Minkoff, Ryan Dwight & Dan Buchner and Alec Spencer & Mitchell Fedorka finished T2 with 11-over 153 performances.

Past Winners

Year Winner Site
2022 Mark Miller/Dan Sullivan Goose Creek GC
2021 Mark Miller-Dan Sullivan
Friendly Hills CC
2020

Nick Geyer/Satchel Herrmann & Jacob Martin/Sean Shahi

Soboba Springs GC
2019 Dick Engel-Erik Jarvey
Morgan Run Resort
2018 Scotland Schmidt-Eli Poppers
Santa Ana CC
2017 John Pate-Jeff Wilson
Rustic Canyon GC
2016 Nathan Celusta-Jason Pridmore Dove Canyon GC
2015 Rob Foster-Jeff Fortson
Bear Creek GC
2014 Cory Gladstone-Phil Walker
Hacienda GC
2013 Brent Brockermeyer-Dick Engel Red Hill CC
2012 Mark Miller-Dan Sullivan North Ranch CC
2011 Mark Miller-Dan Sullivan La Purisima GC
2010 Kevin Marsh-Joe Sanders Glendora CC
2009 Don DuBois-Jeff Wilson Coto de Caza G&RC
2008 John Adams-Jason Bittick Rancho San Marcos GC
2007 David Bartman-Robert Funk El Niguel CC
2006 Don DuBois-Will Tipton Pala Mesa Resort
2005 Tim Hogarth-John Pate Red Hill CC
2004 Tim Hogarth-John Pate Bakersfield CC
2003 Donald O’Connor-Mark Etue Bakersfield CC


If your username is set as your email address, it will appear as your name when the comment is posted.