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Battle on the James Flight Champions

The 2021 Servicemaster Battle on the James
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The 2021 Servicemaster Battle on the James

KINGSMILL RIVER COURSE Host of the LPGA Kingsmill Championship

June 5th & 6th

Championship Flight - Chris Lamb from Washington, DC battled Spencer Mims of Tidewater, VA the entire weekend. Lamb finished with a two shot victory 74-73 147. Mims finished second at 74-75--149. JP Perry (Tidewater) 76-78, John Masotti (Eastern NC) 79-75 and Dennis Nelson (Tidewater) 79-75 all finished in a three way tie for third at 154.

 

A Flight- Tidewater player Dan Manferdini came from 1 shot back to get the win by 1 shot (77-76--153). Second Place went to Donnie Pritt of Eastern NC (76-78--154). Brandon Adamski of Washington DC took third place (83-73--156) and rounding out the Top-5 in a two-way tie for fourth place was Jason Hall of Tidewater (76-81—157) and Ryan Staples of Tidewater (82-75—157).

 

B Flight – Kevin Martin from the Tidewater tour was at the top almost the entire weekend (78-76--154). Second place went to Zane Sanford from Tidewater (80-79--159). Eastern NC’s Heidi Rittenhouse was third (79-81--160) followed by a two-way tie for fourth place, John Lederer Tidewater (81-81--162) and Bill Glab Tidewater (77-85—162).

 

C Flight- The battle for the C flight went down to the back nine where six players looked to win. Tidewater player, Bobby Hargett took the Regional with (82-85--167). Followed by Ben Westmoreland of Tidewater (82-86—168) who took second place. Taking third place was Brian Harden Tidewater (83-87--170), fourth place was Nick Schapowal Tidewater (83-89--172) and fifth place was Mario Jones Tidewater (90-83--173).

 

D Flight- Tidewater player Chuck Aardahl came from 8 shots back to claim the win with 93-87--180 in a Sudden Death Two Hole Playoff. Day 1 leader, Brandon Manning from Tidewater took second at 85-95--180. Third place went to Chris Spanka of Tidewater (88-94--182), fourth place to Trace Perry from Nashville TN (94-89--183) and fifth place to Pedro Quintero El Paso TX (92-92--184).


 
 

 

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