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Shaker Run
Results for Shaker Run Golf Club. Saturday, May 8th, 2021
Champ Flight
Joe Goldschmidt
A Flight
Nathan Weidner
B Flight
Mike Cronin
C Flight
Scott Grossarth
D Flight
Jeremy Richardson
Thank you to all players who participated this past Saturday at Shaker Run Golf Club! As players battled through yet another chilly, windy day, there were still many good scores at a tough venue.

Championship flight is our first flight of the day. Joe Goldschmidt was our winner. Goldschmidt, who knocked in three birdies, shot a 78 and won in a playoff over RJ Foltz from the Kentucky Tour.

Foltz finished second, shooting a 78 as well. RJ was able to drop one birdie, putting himself in position to win with solid golf all day, ultimately losing in the playoff.

Andrew Stanifer carded a respectable 79, scoring both a birdie and an eagle to finish third, just one shot back from putting himself in the playoff.

A flight is second. Nathan Weidner was the winner, shooting +8 with two birdies on the day. Weidner put himself in position to hold off both Alex Smith and Kevin Tefft, to clinch the championship by one shot.

Alex Smith, who finished second, shot +9 with a birdie. Smith had himself in contention to win, coming up short in the end but still a solid performance on the day.

Kevin Tefft shot +9 as well, finishing a respectable third. Continuing a solid year so far.

B flight is our third group of the day. Mike Cronin was able to hold off Brian Lane (87) in a scorecard playoff, separating himself from what was a tight leader board and capturing the championship coming down the stretch.

Lane finished second, ultimately losing the scorecard playoff, kept himself at the top of the leader board for most of the day.

Ken Sloan from the Indianapolis Tour finished third, shooting 88, wrapping up the top 3 performers in the B flight at Shaker Run Golf Club. Sloan was able to drop one birdie on the day, solidifying his spot in the top three.

C flight is next. Scott Grossarth was able to hold off a surging field, posting (85) and capturing the title. A couple of clutch par saves was able to keep Grossarth in the top spot at the end of the day, holding off Mark Tyler to win by one shot.

Tyler, who was atop the leader board throughout the day, ultimately came up one stroke short, nullifying his chance in the end.

Ryan Cecil and Steven Foster were able to card a respectable (88's). Both players locking their spot in the top three for the tour's fifth tournament of the season.

D flight is the final group of the day. Jeremy Richardson (86) was able to raise the trophy in the end with two clutch birdies, separating himself from the rest of the field, winning by seven strokes and capturing the title.
David Hall and Brandon Keith (93) finished tied for second. Both players were able to put themselves at the top of the leader board throughout the day, until Richardson was able to separate himself with multiple par saves. Ultimately, both players finishing seven shots back despite a solid performance.

Greg Thornton (99) finished third, rounding out the top three for the "D" flight at Shaker Run.

Thank you to all players who came out and contributed to an awesome day at a great course, continuing the chase to Hilton Head!

 Tournament Details
    Event / Course: Shaker Run
    Entry Fee: $95.00
    Dates & Start Times: Saturday - May 8th, 2021
  12:00 PM - Tee Times
    Points for Event: Standard Points
    Course Website: Shaker Run Website
    Event Payment Due By: Tuesday - May 4th, 2021

 Tee Box Assignments

 Players & Tee Times

 Event Results & Cash Games

CTP- $66

Hole 5- Steven Foster
Hole 8- Cameron McKinley
Hole 11- Ken Sloan
Hole 14- Brandon Arkle

Raffel Winner $85- Devonte Hall



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