2024 CGA Four-Ball Championship

Day 1

During the initial two days of the CGA Four-Ball Championship, Todd Creek hosts half of the competitors while the remaining half competes at Legacy Ridge, after which they swap venues on day two. The first day commenced with blustery winds and concluded in a similar fashion, yet in between, radiant sunshine graced the proceedings. Competitors at Legacy Golf Course appeared to excel today, though this imbues Todd Creek players with optimism for tomorrow. Judging by today’s scores, it’s evident that Todd Creek presents a slightly more demanding course. 

The top five teams after day one all played at Legacy RIdge. In first place, the defending champion team of Parker Edens (Northern Colorado E-Club) & Jimmy Makloski (Pueblo Country Club) shot 5 under par on the front nine and 6 under par on the back nine also shooting 11 under par. The partners arrived with determination, aiming to reclaim the title once more this year.

Parker Edens (left) & Jimmy Makloski (right) reading the 18th green at Legacy Ridge

Following the 3 shot lead, the team comprised of the 2023 Player of the Year Colin Prater (Cherokee Ridge Golf Course) & Adam Jardon (Broadmoor Golf Club) shot 6 under par on the front nine and 2 under par on the back for a total of 8 under par. There were two teams T3 shooting a total 7 under par Jordan Jennings (The Bridges Golf & Country Club) & Jay pabin (Aspen GC Associate Club) and Bryan Rusin (City Park Players Club) & Chris Thayer (Metro Denver e-Club). 

There were three low scoring teams of the day at Todd Creek all scoring a total 6 under par: Patrick Grady (Ranch Country Club) & Alex Wasinger (Metro Denver e-Club), Taylor Ross (Desert Hawk Golf Course) & Noah Wagner (Desert Hawk Golf Course), and Sean Thomas (Indian Tree GC Associate Club) & Jason Browder (The Bridges Golf & Country Club).

Alex Wasinger (left) & Pat Grady (right) after Pat’s tee shot at Todd Creek

Check out one of the many foxes we saw out on the course today!

Fox trotting on 18th fairway at Todd Creek

Day 2

Following an intense Round 2 of the CGA Four-Ball Championship, the stage is set for an electrifying final round with 40 teams making the cut at an impressive -5. Round 2 of the CGA Four-Ball Championship concluded with familiar faces atop the leaderboard. Parker Edens (Northern Colorado e-club) and Jimmy Maloski (Pueblo Country Club) continued their stellar performance, carding an 8-under at Todd Creek, adding to their 11-under from yesterday at Legacy Ridge, for a total of 125 over 36 holes.

Taylor Ross (Desert Hawk Golf Course) and Noah Wagner (Desert Hawk Golf Course) surged up the ranks, posting an 8-under round, propelling them from T5 to T2, alongside Colin Prater (Cherokee Ridge Golf Course) and Adam Jardon (Broadmoor Golf Club) . Prater and Jardon maintained their position at T2 throughout both rounds.

On the move: Cole Anderson and Reese Knox made significant strides, posting an outstanding 10 under today, propelling them a remarkable 38 places higher than yesterday. Charlie Tucker and Nick Fallin also made notable progress, climbing 14 places to secure 6th place after Round 2.

Reese Knox (Left) & Cole Anderson (Right)
Noteworthy highlight: Brent Landen aced the third hole at Todd Creek with an 8 iron!
Keegan Ketterlin (Left) & Brent Landen (Right)

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