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foursome

Sport a game between two pairs of players, esp a form of golf in which each partner in a pair takes alternate strokes at the same ball
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Filipino victories came few and far between, with Abby Arevalo and Tomi Arejola combining for a 2-up victory over Thailand's Tunrada Piddon and Napaghak Boon-in in foursome for the last win for the home side that prevented a total annihilation by the SEA bets.
In third place came the Nypro Foundation foursome at 63: Mike Banas, Randy Boutell, John Miller and Steve Ploof.
The Europe captain was speaking having seen his side slip to a 6-4 deficit after the second session of six foursomes matches.
Foursome captures that special place where casual movement is elevated to art without airs of grandeur.
If I invite someone to be in my foursome at Medina, as opposed to my foursome at some other club, I get a response."
The other team has shown that p53 acts not alone, but as a foursome.
Winning first place with a score of 59 at the tournament was the foursome of Total Clean Inc.
The duo responded by racing into a threehole overnight lead and McIlroy said:"That 17th hole in the foursome was classic matchplay.
Most Foursome Matches Lost (before start of play) USA 8 Raymond Floyd 8 Tiger Woods 6 Lanny Wadkins 5 Tom Kite, Billy Casper, Stewart Cink, Fred Couples, Jim Furyk, Davis Love III, Payne Stewart EUROPE 9 Bernhard Hunt 8 Neil Coles 7 Mark James, Sam Torrance Most Matches Lost USA 16 Raymond Floyd 14 Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Jum Furyk 12.
Winning first place with a score of 63 was the foursome of Chuck Carroll, David McCaffrey, Mark Chartrand and Stephan Hay, all from Fitchburg.
Cost: $325 per person; $1450 per foursome. Email: pwcusa1@aol.com.
She also defended her decision to replace foursome stars Nicola Timmins and Claire Coughlan with More and Highgate saying: 'Some players had to be rested.'