Bringle Lake 4-Ball Championships set for June 21-23 at Texarkana Golf Ranch

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Texarkana Golf Ranch will be hosting the Bringle Lake 4-Ball Championships June 21-23.

Golf USA, US Pizza, and TGR Mens Golf Association are sponsoring the event, which tees off June 21 with a Shootout. The 36-hole 4-Ball tournament begins June 22.

The tournament also features a dinner and Calcutta Saturday night. Based on a full field of 45 2-man teams there will be five flights. The entry fee is $300 per team, $240 for Texarkana Golf Ranch members. A cash prize of $600 goes to the winner of each flight. The second place team will win $400, and third place will pay $300. There will also be cash awards in the Shootout, which has an entry fee of $25.

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This Golf story is sponsored by Golf USA Discount Golf Store in Texarkana

Bringle Lake 4-Ball teams flighted after first round

All players will be hitting from the white tees, with flights determined after Saturday’s first round. A bump-rule is in effect when teams score over their first round score. That margin is determined by a random draw after the first round.

The field is limited to the first 45 paid entries. Teams from outside of Texarkana are offered a special rate of $79 (mention Bringle Lake 4-Ball) by the Hilton Garden Inn (2900 Cowhorn  Creek Loop). Checks should be made out to Texarkana Golf Ranch Mens Golf Association, 7401 University Avenue, Texarkana, Texas 75503. The deadline for entering is June 14.

For further information contact Hunter Campbell at 903-334-7401.

Senior golfers play at TGR on Bringle Lake

Ron Williams and Bruce Duncan prevailed with a 5-under-par 67 in the Southwest Arkansas Seniors 2-Man Shamble at Texarkana Golf Ranch.

Williams and Duncan edged Larry East and Don Moore by two shots. That duo won a scorecard playoff with Paul Jones and John McLaughlin.

The “B” flight played a scramble format with Charlie Payne and Dean McPeak winning with a 3-under 69. John Witherington and Dave Helmick were second at 71, with Waylon Leeper and Billy House another two strokes behind in third place.

The Southwest Seniors play again on June 27 at Nashville Country Club. There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun start, and the format will be a 2-man scramble.