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Arnie's Revenge @ The Oasis
Results for Oasis Golf Club.
Monday, August 23rd, 2021
Champ Flight
Dustin Fields
A Flight
Mike Bales
B Flight
Mark Leaser
C Flight
Justin Avery
D Flight
Don Hubbard
Thank you to all players who participated this past Monday at Oasis Golf Club! It was another hot day for golf at the renowned "Arnie's Revenge'. A course that demanded shot execution all day coupled with three of the toughest finishing holes in golf! Players battled the humidity for more hardware and cold hard cash at our 13th official tournament of the season.

Championship flight is our first flight of the day. Dustin Fields gets back in the winners circle, placing the ball nicely all day, adding six birdies to shoot one under (71). Fields the champion by two strokes over Deontey Kenner, birdied the final two holes to seal the deal in championship fashion.

Kenner finished second and played brilliantly as well, shooting (73), with two birdies on the front nine. Deontey put himself in position to win but unable make enough birdies on the back nine to catch Fields. Nonetheless, a solid finish coupled by a solid round.

Greg Richmond finished third with a respectable (76). Richmond was able to grab two birdies on 9 & 15 and an eagle on 12, however, not enough to contend for the win. Regardless, a solid round on a hot day for golf. Also, adding some side cash is always a bonus on the day.

A flight is second. Mike Bales is also back in the winners circle, playing solid all day, scoring (79) and adding three birdies on 9, 12 &15. Bales won by three shots over Kory Hemm(82). The win inches Bales into the top 5 in points standing on the year.

Hemm, who finished second, was able to contend to win. However, only able to make one birdie on the day led to coming up a bit short in the end. Still a solid performance on the day.

Rodney Donley also shot (82), finishing a respectable third. Donley was able to drop three birdies on the day. However, a few bad holes knocked him out of contention to win. Still, a good score at a tough venue.

B flight witnessed Mark Leaser from the Indianapolis, IN Tour capture the title in dramatic fashion. Shooting a solid (83). Leaser was able to play brilliantly all day, making a birdie on 10. However, hiccups on 17 & 18 brought him back to the field, but was able to hold on in the end to win the championship by two shots over Michael Burch (85).

Burch finished second, playing consistently all day, making back to back birdies on 14 & 15. Eliminating a bad hole or two would have had Michael in serious contention to win today. Nonetheless, still a solid performance battling the humidity.

Matthew Sato finished third, shooting (86). Sato also played consistent most of the day, making birdies on 9 & 12. However, a few bad holes diminished his chances of catching Leaser. Still, a solid score on a tough day for golf.

C flight is next. Justin Avery from the Columbus, OH Tour captured the title. Avery, able to match the heat and come out on fire, shot (84) with birdies on 8, 13 &15, clinching the championship by one shot despite a rough 18th hole.

Ian Herzog was able to card an (85) to finish second. Herzog played consistent most of the day but was unable to go low enough on the front nine to win. However, was able to lock his spot in the top three for the tour's 13th tournament of the season.

Ryan Pankiewicz from the Indiana-Western KY Tour finished third, shooting (87). Putting himself atop the leader board throughout the day but not close enough to contend to win. Nonetheless, a solid finish.

D flight is the final group of the day. Former Cleveland Indians prospect Don Hubbard (88) was able to raise the trophy in the end, separating himself from the rest of the field, winning by six shots and capturing the title. Hubbard was able to execute all day, adding a birdie on 15, setting himself up to win the championship on cruise control.

John Shoemaker (94) finished second. Shoemaker was able to put himself at the top of the leader board throughout the day, however, not able to eliminate enough bad holes led to coming up short in the end. Still a solid performance.

Eric Combs (95) finished third. Combs, was able to put together some good shots throughout the day. However, a few bad holes knocked him out of contention to catch Hubbard in the end. Rounding out the top three for the "D" flight at Oasis Golf Club.

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: The Oasis Golf Club
    Entry Fee: $110.00
    Dates & Start Times: Monday - August 23rd, 2021
  11:00 AM - Shotgun
    Points for Event: Standard Points
    Event Payment Due By: Monday - August 16th, 2021

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