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Virginias Leads Carolinas 5-3 in Junior Boys' Team Matches

 

PINEHURST, N.C. (August 8, 2020) -- Four-ball and foursome results of the 38th Carolinas-Virginias Junior Team Matches at the Country Club of North Carolina in Pinehurst, N.C. on Saturday, August 8, 2020.

Related: Championship Website | Match Results | History

Things were looking grim for the Carolinas Team after a morning sweep by the Virginias Team in the four-ball matches. Every four-ball match on Saturday morning on CCNC’s Dogwood course went the distance, finishing on the 18th green in favor of the Virginias Team. The Carolinas Team needed a surge in the afternoon foursome matches and they were able to do so, claiming three of the four available points.

 

At the end of play on Saturday, the Virginias Team leads the Carolinas Team, five points to three. Our players will return to CCNC’s Cardinal Course on Sunday where eight total points are up for grabs in the singles matches. The Carolinas Junior Team leads all-time in these matches, 19-16-2. Of the 10 previous playings of these matches at CCNC, the Carolinas Junior Team has won seven times and tied once.

 

Four-Ball Results

Charlie Kennedy & Cullen Campbell def. Clayson Good & Randall Hudson, 2 up

Daniel Goode & Todd Duncan def. Zach Adams & Adam Hunt, 1 up

Bryan Lee & Mehrbaan Singh def. Tyler DeChellis & Garrett Risner, 1 up

Mason McCoy & Matt Moloney def. Griffin Tarver & Nolan Hawkins, 1 up

 

Four-Ball Results

Randall Hudson & Zach Adams def. Charlie Kennedy & Cullen Campbell, 2 & 1

Adam Hunt & Clayson Good def. Daniel Goode & Todd Duncan, 2 & 1

Tyler DeChellis & Griffin Tarver def. Bryan Lee & Mehrbaan Singh, 1 up

Mason McCoy & Matt Moloney def. Garrett Risner & Nolan Hawkins, 3 & 2

 

 

About The Country Club of North Carolina

 

The Country Club of North Carolina (CCNC), established in 1963, is a member-owned, gated residential community with 2,000 acres that features longleaf pines and three lakes and upscale tennis, fitness, swimming facilities, and pickleball courts in late 2020. The membership is local and national.

 

Since 2003, it has been a certified member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program. The Dogwood Course was designed by Ellis Maples and Willard Byrd and renovated by Kris Spence in 2016. The Cardinal Course, designed by Willard Byrd and Robert Trent Jones Sr., completed a renovation by Arthur Hills in 2002.

 

Latest rankings – Dogwood (No. 17 in North Carolina by Golf Digest; No. 5 in North Carolina by Business NC and NC Golf Panel); Cardinal (No. 17 in North Carolina by Business NC and NC Golf Panel).

 



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