Raffensperger, Gully win TGA Four-Ball Championship at Battle Creek

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Todd Raffensperger chipped in for birdie on the second playoff hole — one of nine birdies he made on the day — as he and partenr Jason Gully won the Tulsa Golf Association Four-Ball Stroke Play Championship on a steamy Sunday afternoon at Battle Creek Golf Course in Broken Arrow.

Gully and Raffensperger shot rounds of -4-under 68 and 8-under 64 to finish at 12-under 132. They were tied with the teams of Scott McGhee and Ken MacLeod (68-64) and Steve Hughes and Lee Inman (67-65) in regulation.


Battle Creek GC

July 23-24, 2022



1 Jason Gulley and Todd Raffensperger 68-64=132,

tie Ken MacLeod and Scott McGhee 68-64=132,

tie Steve Hughes and Lee Inman 67-65=132;

4 Don Daniels and Bob Meyers 67-66=133;

5 Jerry Nick and Billy Ray Young 67-67=134;

6 John and Larry Shackelford 67-68=135;

7 Jared Strathe and Freddie Wilson 68-68=136;

8 Warren Murray and Orville Stephens 69-69=138;

9 Ron Kise and Pat Trowbridge 69-71=140;

10 John and Mike Blackmon 68-74=142;

11 Bryan and Larry Lunger 70-75=145


1 Don Jernigan and Danny Mosier 75-64=141;

2 Eddie Hathcoat and Shawn Pumphrey 73-74=147;

3 Wayne Driggers and Steve Stacy 75-75=150;

4 Chuck Clark and David Eaves 79-72=151;

5 Cody and Scott Rossman 76-77=153;

6 Bobby Biskup and Joe Gho 78-78=156,

Tie David Latta and Chris Lowther 82-74=156


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