Plantation's Steve Sponder (second from left) and partner David Anthony (left) took first in the Senior Flight while Chip Brooke (second from right) and Marc Dull (right) captured the Championship Flight of the FSGA's Two-Man Scramble on Aug. 28-29 at Black Diamond Ranch, north of Tampa.
Sponder and Jacksonville's were the team to beat after taking the early lead with an opening 62. Ten birdies secured the lead by one over the teams of Mark Beckworth/Chris Leggett, and defending champions, Brian Keenan/Paul Royak.
It was nine birdies in the final round to secure the victory for Sponder/Anthony. Finishing at 19 under earned them a one-stroke win.
Dull and Brooke, the defending champions, proved to be a strong team after an impressive opening 14-under 58. They carded 12 birdies and an eagle (on the par-5 14th) on the Quarry Course. Blanton Farmer and Scott Cox finished round one four-strokes back in second on 62.
Turning at 2-under par, Dull and Brooke finished the final round with five birdies for a 65.