August 25, 2015
Golf Mafia cooled off, but still walked away as champions of the 33rd annual NCGA Associate Club Championship.
Golf Mafia fired a final round 16-under 128 Tuesday at par-72 Spyglass Hill to finish with a two-day total of 42-under 244, defeating runner-up eClub South Bay by four strokes. In Monday’s first round at par-71 Poppy Hills, the mob shot 116, the second lowest round in championship history since the event moved to a best two net scores out of four format in 1993. Mission Bay had a 115 in the 1996 championship at Poppy Hills.
At Spyglass Hill, Golf Mafia–made up of teammates Chris Perry, Steve White, Joseph Francis and Donnie Deatherage–penciled in six eagles and six birdies to go against two double-bogeys.
eClub South Bay, who began the final round seven shots behind the mob, shot 125. The eClub South Bay squad, made up of teammates Carlos Munio, Sandra Munio, William Jones and Arthur Winkley Jr., posted seven eagles and five birdies to go against just one bogey.
Finishing in third place at 259 following a final round 125 was Christian Golf Club of Central California.
August 24, 2015
The mob is trying to make things difficult on everyone else.
Golf Mafia took the lead in the annual 33rd NCGA Associate Club Championship on Monday, posting a first round score of 26-under 116 at par-71 Poppy Hills Golf Course. In second place at 123, seven shots behind the leaders, is eClub South Bay.
The Golf Mafia squad, made up of teammates Donnie Deatherage, Steve White, Joseph Francis and Chris Perry, had a sensational day, posting 10 eagles and three birdies to go against just one bogey in a format that takes the two best net scores per hole of a four-man team. Their score of 116 is the second lowest round in championship history since the event moved to a best two net scores out of four format in 1993. Mission Bay had a 115 in the 1996 championship at Poppy Hills.
eClub South Bay, comprised of teammates Carlos Munio, Sandra Munio, William Jones and Arthur Winkley Jr., had six eagles and six birdies to go against just one bogey.
In third place at 131, 15 behind the leaders, is Spondulick Golf Club. Both Par 5 Club and Cherry Chase GC are tied for fourth at 132.
Tuesday’s final round will see play shift over to par-72 Spyglass Hill. The record winning two-day score is currently 241, held by Mission Bay.