West Virginia Golf Association

2024 West Virginia Golf Association Scramble sees strong scores

The 2024 West Virginia Two-Man Championship teed off the first day on the Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort hosted by the West Virginia Golf Association (WVGA).  The first day of the two-day event saw strong scores across the board in three flights.  The sold-out field of 50 teams, 100 golfers, enjoyed springtime sunshine and sometimes stiff breezes as the day progressed.

The team of Jared Taylor of Bluefield and Jess Ferrell of Fairmont led the 14-team Championship Flight with a nine under par (-9) 63.

The First Flight saw a four-way tie for first at four under par (-4) 68 among the 16 teams.  Tied for first in the flight were:

  • Ben Palmer and Brett Fluharty of Parkersburg;
  • Brian Anania of Scott Depot and Jonathan Clark of Hurricane;
  • Tyler Hartzell of Fairmont and Kolbe Kimbrew of Grafton; and
  • Duncan Waugaman and Josh Stephenson of Huntington.

The Second Flight saw a five-way tie for first among the 20 teams.  The top five teams included:

  • Chuck Hudson and Matt Larrabee, both of St. Albans;
  • Cliff Wheeler of St. Albans and Nathan Doak of South Charleston;
  • Christian and Jerry McKisic, both of Buckhannon;
  • Jonathan Estes of Winfield and Jason Grimmett of Hurricane; and
  • Buddy Butler of Williamstown and Scott Cozzens of Vincent, Ohio.

“We’ve been looking forward to hosting this popular WVGA event that sold out in under an hour,” said Stonewall’s Head Golf Professional Mike Rogers.  “Golfers love the event and the location and for two days they’ll face a challenging course and have a great time.”

“We are pleased with the weather and the event, and we thank Mike Rogers and his Stonewall staff for their hard work to make this happen,” said WVGA’s Executive Director Chris Slack.

Sunday’s final round will be a 10:00 a.m. shotgun start.

Click here for Saturday’s leaderboard.

Scroll to Top