Abita Springs, LA: The American Seniors Benefit Stableford Four-Ball Championship was held at Money Hill Golf & Country Club on Monday, April 17th. The sun came out and provided a beautiful spring day for the 22 Pro-Pro teams that showed up to play golf.
The Stableford points are awarded based on the number of strokes taken at each hole.
- Double Eagle or better: 8 Points
- Eagle: 5 Points
- Birdie: 2 Points
- Par: 0 Points
- Bogey: -1 Point
- Double Bogey or worse: -3 Points
Greg Sonnier, PGA of Lake Charles Country Club, and Drew Goff, PGA of Audubon Park Golf Course ended the day with 24 points. Kyle Ramey, PGA of Canebrake Country Club, and Colby Blake of Canebrake Country Club came in second with a score of 19.
Sonnier remarked, “It was solid. We both played well. I shot 5-under and Drew shot 4-under. Kind of a shaky start for myself, but Drew was making solid pars.” Goff added, “Greg holed out on our sixth hole. It was uphill, and you couldn’t see your second shot. We could tell that Greg hit it pretty close, but we couldn’t really tell until Greg peeked in the hole and there it was.”
Greg Sonnier and Reed Hughes, PGA of Senatobia, MS tied for the low-pro with a gross score of 5-under, 67.
We would like to thank all of those that made this event possible. PGA Head Golf Professional, Gavin Vegas, Golf Course Superintendent, Jason Ward, and the entire staff and membership at Money Hill Golf & Country Club. We also want to thank our sponsors: American Seniors Benefit including John Hays & Randall White, AndersonOrd Premium Apparel including Tim Cooper, PGA & Dwight Hansen, PGA, and Mobile Pro Shop including Brian Yount & Mark Wigley for their continued support of this event.
We look forward to seeing all of you at our next tournament, the Sun Mountain/Yamaha 3 Pro Championship on May 8th at Whisper Lake Country Club.