Shaker Run Golf Club was the site of our sixth event of the season. Players were met with soggy conditions which led to a lot of tired players as it was cart path only.
In the Champ Flight, Dustin Fields (Cincinnati Tour) and Peyton Houston (Cincinnati Tour) found themselves tied after regulation with rounds of 75. Fields was able to defeat Houston in a sudden death playoff. Great rounds guys!
In the A Flight, last year’s Player of the Year and current Assistant Director, Kevin Dick (Cincinnati Tour) put his local course knowledge to good use capturing his first win of the year shooting a 77. This marks 11 years in a row with at least one victory and 33 overall. Tour newcomer, Tony Grubb (Cincinnati Tour) was one back in second with a 78. James Heath (Kentucky Tour) took home third with a 79. Rounding out the top four was John Harvey (Indianapolis Tour) who shot an 82.
Next up is the B Flight. 18 holes wasn’t enough for Tanner Anderson (Cincinnati Tour) and points leader Peter Detty (Cincinnati Tour) finishing with 86’s. Anderson was able to defeat Detty after 3 sudden death playoff holes with darkness looming. Ken Sloan (Indianapolis Tour) took third with an 87. Matthew Sato (Cincinnati Tour) and Bill Butts (Cincinnati Tour) tied with rounds of 88. Sato was able to secure fourth after a scorecard playoff.
The C Flight saw points leader David Hall (Cincinnati Tour) expand his lead capturing his third victory of the year with a round of 85. Robert Ward (Cincinnati Tour) was second with an 88. Assistant Director Brian Lane (Cincinnati Tour) was third with an 89. Ian Herzog (Cincinnati Tour) took fourth with a 90.
Last but not least is the D Flight. Michael Didion (Cincinnati Tour) captured his second victory of the year firing a 93. Great Job Mike! Andrew Downey (Cincinnati Tour) was second with a 96. David Donnelly (Cincinnati Tour) was third with a 97.
We would like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting the tour while enjoying competition at it’s finest. We look forward to seeing everyone at Belterra Resort.