OZARK, Mo. (May 19, 2023) – The Missouri Golf Association’s 29th annual Senior Four Ball Championship is set to take place from May 24-25, 2023 at Millwood Golf and Racquet Club in Ozark, Missouri. 

The Four Ball Championship is a 36 hole four ball competition with teams of two paired according to handicap index. Seventy teams will compete in this year’s competition.

A practice round will take place on Tuesday, May 23. The first round will kick off on Wednesday, May 24 with tee times ranging from 7:30 a.m. to 1:10 p.m, and the second round on Thursday, May 25 will follow the same format. The two day low gross score will determine the winner in each flight.


Championship – 6500 yards

Champ 65 and over (Super Senior) – 6000 yards

Net 50-59 – 6000 yards

Net 60-69 – 5800 – 6000 yards

Net 70+ – 5600-5800 yards

To be eligible for this tournament, players must play at clubs or courses that are members of the MGA and must have reached their 50th birthday by the first day of competition. 

The Senior Four Ball Championship is a point event that will contribute to qualification for the Hieronymus Cup Matches at Columbia Country Club in Columbia from October 6-8.

Last year’s champions David Bremer and Paul Neeman will be returning for this year’s Four Ball Championship; their winning score was 16 under, 128 (68, 60). Last year, Don Kuehn and Ron Eilers took home the title in the Super Senior division with score of two under, 142 (74, 68); they defeated the team of David Teel and William Baird in the playoff. Kuehn and Eilers will also return to this year’s Senior Four Ball to defend their win.

To view pairings or follow live scoring after play has begun, click here. To receive more tournament information about the Senior Four Ball Championship, contact the MGA office at (573) 636-8994 or mogolf@mogolf.org.


ABOUT MGA: The Missouri Golf Association is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the best interests and true spirit of the game of golf throughout the State of Missouri.

The Missouri Golf Association was started in St. Louis in 1905 to run the Amateur Championship. Four founding clubs would be the ones in existence in St. Louis in those early years – St. Louis Country Club, Algonquin Golf Club, Glen Echo Golf Club and Normandie Golf Club. Four years later, the invite-only Missouri Amateur was held in Kansas City at Evanston Club. 1911 marked the real organization of the MGA with Bonner Miller as Secretary and Executive Director. Ever since then, the MGA has striven to provide tournaments and spaces for Missouri golfers to sharpen their skills and enjoy the game. 

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