Four-Ball Net Championship

Sept. 29-30, 2014 at Moorpark CC

Entries for this championship are submitted by each SCGA member club and there are restrictions on the number of entries a club may have. Partners representing a club must be members of the same SCGA member club. Two teams can represent each member club. This event is open to players with an index of 18.4 and below. Qualifying is 18 holes of four-ball net stroke play. 52 teams will advance to the championship which consists of 36 holes of four-ball net stroke play.

Tijeras Creek GC duo earn 2014 Four-Ball Net title


With a two-day total of 20-under-par 124, John Koh and Bob Lee of Tijeras Creek GC earned the 35th annual SCGA Four-Ball Net title. Despite a bogey on No. 9, the champions had an impressive six birdies, three eagles and a net 1 on the par-3 15th, shooting a combined 13-under-par round on day two.

“We knew we had to go low,” said Koh. “We were hoping for a 62, which we thought might get us in the running. All of a sudden, the putts started rolling in.”

Koh and Lee were tied with the Rancho Maria GC duo Richard Medina and David Zavala, who shot a 15-under-par 57 in round two. The tie was broken by the USGA method of matching score cards on holes 10-18 of round two. The Anaheim Hills GC team of David Alcock and Lal Parsonage took third place with an 18-under-par total.

Played on the Canyon Crest and Ridgeline courses at Moorpark CC, the 36-hole championship included 52 teams. The four-ball net format uses the team’s best net score on each hole to come up with an 18-hole total.

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