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Huang & Zimmerman Go Low to Capture New Hampshire Four Ball Win

July 17th, 2020

Keene, NH – The New Hampshire Four Ball Championship concluded at Keene Country Club with Will Huang and Bryce Zimmerman capturing the title after finishing the tournament at 16-under par.  The two went out and fired 65 (-7) in the final round to finish with a four-shot cushion over the next team.
 
Over the course of the 36-holes of the competition, the two split the holes equally contributing with birdie or par at the right time to go bogey-free over 36-holes.  They clearly were good partners for each other as one excelled on some holes where the other struggled a little.
 
“I’m a drawer of the golf ball and some holes on the back nine you have to hit a cut off the tee, I was struggling with that the whole time,” states Huang.  “Especially on 18, Bryce hit two super good shots into 18 both days and so I just had to tag along for those holes.”
 
Both are junior golfers in New Hampshire who have now played against each other in multiple competitions but got the opportunity to team up for this one.
 
Zimmerman comments on their teamwork and strategy that assisted them to the win, saying “Staying patient the whole entire time and not trying to force the birdies.  We had no team bogeys this entire week; I think that was the key to our success.”
 
Huang and Zimmerman finished the tournament four shots ahead of the next team, Jack Brown and Brandon Gillis who shot a nine-under 63 in the final round to climb the leaderboard to second place.  In the opening round, the two shot 69 (-3) and needed to go low to have a chance at catching Zimmerman and Huang.  They went two-under on the front side and an impressive seven-under, 29 on the back side at Keene to shoot 63.
 
Brown and Gillis ended up beating out Jim Cilley and Mike Mahan for second place at Cilley and Mahan couldn’t quite find the same momentum they had in the first round.  Although they weren’t able to go as low, they did finish in 3rd place for the tournament among a strong field of competitors.
 
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