Page Breaux of St. Gabriel and Scott Haynie of Brusly fired a 9-under-par 63 on Sunday to win the Louisiana Golf Association senior four-ball championship at Oak Wing Golf Club in Alexandria.

Breaux and Haynie, who are members of The University Club, won the title by two strokes over Frank Brame and Ben Hargis of Alexandria.

The winning duo shot a 65 in the first round to finish with a 16-under-par 128, including a bogey-free round Sunday with nine birdies.

Dennis Smith and Brad Mosing of Lafayette, and Mark Graff of Boyce and Lewis Lauve of Alexandria (131) tied for third, while Eddie Lyons and Shelby Houston of Shreveport (132) finished fifth.

Donnie Chatelain of Baton Rouge and Ricky Morse of Zachary had the low round of the tournament with a 10-under 62 on Sunday.

Mark Tolson of Lafayette and Henry Cole of Monroe won the super senior championship title for participants 65 and older. Participants played from a forward set of tees with Tolson and Cole firing 11-under 133 over two days. Russ Gaudin and Lew Ward of Baton Rouge finished as runners-up (8-under 136).

PARKER WINS CHICAGO POINTS TOURNAMENT: Owen Parker shot a +8 to win the championship flight of the Pelican Point SMGA Chicago points tournament Saturday.

Pat Matherne and Charles Huggins (+4) tied for second in the championship flight.

NJ Salamoni (+5) won the first flight, followed by Ken Riley and Paul Davis (+3), who tied for second.

HOWELL PARK BEST BALL WINNERS: The team of Cliff Stewart, Lam Hill, Dave Raby, Scott Sagely and Greg Williams shot a 5-under 31 to win the Howell Park Thursday best ball tournament.

The team of Roy Gay, Jason Miller, Rob Dunn, Mike Lathon and Les John finished second at 4-under 32.

Low-round honors went to Warren Huffty (2-under 34) followed by Stewart (par-36) and Gay (1-over 37).

The format is a nine-hole blind draw team best ball.

BREAUX WINS HOWELL PARK KICKOFF CLASSIC: Donnie Breaux fired a 70 to win the championship flight of the Howell Park Kickoff Classic.

Warren Huffty (72) tied for second, while Tim Town, Roy Gay and Jesse Eusay each shot 73 to tie for third.

Mike Lathon shot an 80 and won a scorecard playoff over Jason Miller to take the first flight.

Clay Smith (86) won the second flight, followed by Moses Williams (88) and Bruce Walker (90).

Tracy Simoneaux won the ladies flight with a 76. Delores Andrews was second with a round of 100.

BRWIGA SCRAMBLE WINNERS: The team of Virginia Burton (Westdale), Debi O’Neill (Santa Maria) and Kay Lambert (False River) posted a 73 won the Baton Rouge Women’s Interclub Golf Association scramble at the University Club on Sept. 17.

Thirteen teams of three competed in the event, with the three players on each team from different clubs.

Youth golf

WEBER WINS LAFAYETTE CUP TITLE: Matt Weber of Scott shot a 147 to win the boys 15-18 age division in the Lafayette Cup, part of the Mizuno Louisiana USSSA Junior Golf Tour. Weber defeated co-runners-up Taylor Morton of Broussard and Brandon Rogillio Jr. of Baton Rouge by three shots.

Lafayette’s Canon Clark (75) won the boys 9-11 division, followed by Oakdale’s Bryce Sutterfield (79) and Lafayette’s Jay Mendell (87).

Alexandria’s Karan Patel and Chance Queen went to a playoff to determine their age division winner after both shooting 145. Patel won the playoff, and Payne Johnson of Shreveport finished third.

Taylor Shaw of Oberlin (209) won the girls 15-18 title, while Mckenzie LeDuff of Lake Charles (169) won the girls 12-14 group, followed by Carly Tietje Whittington (183) of Kinder.


GILMORE, DODSON PLACE IN TOURNAMENT: Bayou Vista’s Tim Gilmore was second in the Class C 30-foot division finals at the Lone Star Shootout in Buffalo Texas.

Gilmore defeated Alabama’s Terry Brown in three games, and lost to Arkansas’ Ronnie Howard in three games, allowing Howard to claim the class championship.

Also, Morgan City’s Linda Dodson finished in a tie for third place in the women’s Class E 30-foot division. Gilmore and Dodson pitched three games over their average in the seeding round.

The event is part of the Horseshoe Tour.