Woodson/Lash Win Fall Classic
Three-time State Open of Virginia champion Jay Woodson and amateur partner Nathan Lash put together a 13-under-par 59 in the scramble format to win the RGA Fall Classic at The Foundry.
Bales/Lareau Triumph in Senior Four Ball
The team of Greg Bales and Rick Lareau posted a 6-under-par 66 at Magnolia Green Golf Club to win the RGA Senior Four-Ball Championship.
Clark, Nussey Jr. Roll to Four Ball Win
Reigning Tournament of Champions winner Tyler Clark and past RGA Men’s Amateur champion Robert Nussey Jr. teamed for an 8-under-par 64 Saturday to win the RGA Four-Ball Championship at the immaculately conditioned Country Club of Petersburg layout.
Clark, Roday, Peete; Champion's Champions
Tyler Clark, Leon Roday and Boyd Peete won their respective divisions at this year's Tournament of Champions at Kinloch GC.
Dougherty's Home Cookin'
Lakeside member Ted Dougherty sank a 12-foot putt for eagle on the par-5 final hole at Jefferson-Lakeside Country Club Saturday to win the RGA Mid-Amateur Championship.
Peete Comeback Wins Junior
Addie Parker became the first girl to post a round in the 60s and Boyd Peete shaved seven strokes off his first-round score to take home the division titles at the Richmond Golf Association Junior Championship at Mill Quarter Plantation.
Reisenweaver Takes Amateur
Scott Reisenweaver played a bogey-free round with a few clubs from a friend to win the Richmond Golf Association Amateur Championship on Sunday at Lake Chesdin Golf Club.
The reigning champions of the Richmond Golf Association Senior Championship are champions once again.
An even-par 70 Thursday at the Country Club of Virginia’s Westhampton Course propelled Leon Roday to back-to-back titles in the Senior Division. Roday finished with a 36-hole total of 1-over-par 141.
2015 Broach Memorial
The team of Steve Serrao and Alex Sleeker fired a 68 in the modified alternate shot format to overcome a four shot deficit and win this year's Nelson Broach Memorial at The Federal Club.
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