Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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June 19, 2014

Korths win sixth Father-Son Championship

CROSSVILLE — Wes and Paul Korth parred the second hole of sudden death to win the 35th annual Tennessee Father-Son Championship's overall title over the weekend at Stonehenge Golf Club.

The Korths tied Bryan and Bryce Kendrick and Trey and Bryce Lewis with 142 points to send the three teams to the 18th hole for sudden death. The Korths and Kendricks each recorded eight points on two pairs on the first try, while the Lewises were eliminated.

The Korths picked up two more pairs on the second playoff hole, eliminating the Kendricks, who had two bogies for 10 points in the modified Stableford system format. You earn one point for each bogey, two points for each par, four points for each birdie, eight points for each eagle and 16 points each double eagle in this format.

Lee and Zac Greene won the championship flight with a 144, but were ineligible for the overall title as they didn't play from the same tees.

The Korths, who now have won six overall tiles in 10 years (2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, were second in the championship flight, while the Kendricks were third based on Sunday's round of 69 points versus 64 by the Lewises. The Korths posted 75 points Sunday.

Ed and Andrew Poore claimed the first flight with 120 points (58-62), four points better than James and Brad Stephens (53-63) and Jeff and Sam Stinson was third with 113 points (58-55).

Jerry and Doug Randolph took the second flight with 107 points (46-61), with David and Aaron Price winning second in a scorecard playoff over Brixley and James Shelton based on their point totals on Sunday, 58 vs. 56, as both finished with 105 points.

Kurt Scandlyn and Matthew Kelly won the third flight with 99 points (45-54). with second going to David Price and Gus Schrottke with 90 points (44-46). Third  went to Bryan and Jordan Webb with 87 points (40-47).

Closest to the hole winners were Jeremy Dick, No. 3; Andrew Poore, No. 5; Bryce Kendrick, No.11; and Zac Greene, No. 14, with a hole-in-one.

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