West Virginia Golf Association

Hoshor and Vallet come from behind to take 2024 WV Four-Ball Championship at Raven

Corey Hoshor of Eleanor and Jeremy Vallet of Logan came from one stroke back at the end of day one to win the West Virginia Golf Association’s (WVGA) Four-Ball Championship on the Raven Course at Snowshoe Resort with a 13 under par 131.

They were two strokes ahead of Joseph Kalaskey of South Charleston and Ryan Bilby of Follansbee who finished at 11 under par 133.  Two-time West Virginia Four-Ball Champions Sam O’Dell of Hurricane and Pat Carter of Huntington finished third at 10 under par 134, followed by the team of Brian Anania of Scott Depot and Nick Fleming of Cabins and the team of Cam Roam and Duncan Waugaman, both of Huntington, tied for fourth at nine under par 135.

Chester Guzek, director of golf at Raven, said, “There was some great play today on our great course.  We congratulate Corey and Jeremy on their win.  I was happy to have partnered with my buddy Larry Kalaskey today.”

In the First Flight Division, Davey Jude of Kermit and Christian Brand of Hurricane took the win at nine under par 135.

The Second Flight Division saw Evan Merlo and Patrick Smith of Beckley finish at one under par 143.

The Third Flight Division saw Larry Kalaskey of South Charleston and Chester Guzek of Snowshoe win after a scorecard playoff with Chuck Hudson and Matt Larrabee, both of St. Albans, at nine over par 153.

“The lesson from this weekend is that a day can make quite a difference!  We want to congratulate our champions and all our division winners on some outstanding performances,” said WVGA Executive Director Chris Slack.

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For more information please visit wvga.org.

First Flight
Christian Brand of Hurricane
Davey Jude of Kermit

Second Flight
Patrick Smith of Beckley
Evan Merlo

Third Flight
Larry Kalaskey of South Charleston
Chester Guzek of Snowshoe

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