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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.
Keating Foursome of Fitchburg, consisting of Andy Brewer, Tom Illingsworth, Eric Lundberg and Bob Pierce placed third with a score of 62.
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.
The other team has shown that p53 acts not alone, but as a foursome.
LOS ANGELES -- Asono Co the guitar-driven foursome that's become the talk of their native U.
Winning first place with a score of 63 was the foursome of Chuck Carroll, David McCaffrey, Mark Chartrand and Stephan Hay, all from Fitchburg.
The duo responded by racing into a threehole overnight lead and McIlroy said:"That 17th hole in the foursome was classic matchplay.
The foursome used bed sheets to climb through the ceiling.
A celebrity golfer will be matched with each participating foursome.
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.
Cost: $500/person or $2,000/ foursome for golf and dinner and $200/person for dinner only.