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The 2021 Servicemaster Battle on the James

The 2021 Servicemaster Battle on the James

KINGSMILL RIVER COURSE Host of the LPGA Kingsmill Championship

June 5th & 6th

The Servicemaster Battle on the James will have players from...

Atlanta, North Carolina, Charleston, Cincinnati, Columbia SC, Eastern NC, El Paso TX, Indiana Western KY, Louisiana North, Nashville, Flordia, Phildelphia, St. Louis, Tidewater, Va, Upstate SC, Washington DC Metro


Tournament Flight Payouts - VISA GIFT CARDS


Championship Flight

1: Chris Lamb ($750)

2: Spencer Mims ($426)

3: Dennis Nelson ($276)

3: John Masotti ($276)

3: JP Perry ($276)

6: Chris Greenfield ($100)

7: Pat McKenna ($50)

8: BJ Maben ($25)

8: Mike Trueworthy ($25)


A Flight

1: Dan Manferdini ($750)

2: Donnie Pritt ($426)

3: Brandon Adamski ($326)

4: Ryan Staples ($251)

4: Jason Hall ($251)

6: Nathan Beck ($64)

6: John Accurso ($64)

6: Mike Hartselle ($64)


B Flight

1: Kevin Martin ($750)

2: Zane Sanford ($426)

3: Heidi Rittenhouse ($326)

4: John Lederer ($251)

4: Bill Glab ($251)

6: Imee Stackhouse ($100)

7: JD Word ($50)

8: James Ward ($40)


C Flight

1: Bobby Hargett ($750)

2: Ben Westmoreland ($426)

3: Brian Harden ($326)

4: Nick Schapowal ($276)

5: Mario Jones ($226)

6: Mike Grant ($64)

6: Hayden Gafford ($64)

6: Jermaine Frazier ($64)



D Flight

1: Chuck Aardahl ($750)

2: Brandon Manning ($426)

3: Chris Spanka ($326)

4: Trace Perry ($276)

5: Pedro Quintero ($226)

6: Nick Taylor ($64)

6: Roger Claytor ($64)

6: Dennis Dreelin ($64)






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