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2021 Florissant Recap

2021 Florissant

Contributed by Sean Naylor and Colin Dooley

Players made their way to the Greater St. Louis area for an event at Florissant Golf Club. Although the rain required cart path only, the pace of play remained just under five hours and the top scores were tight throughout the flights.

Justin Ederer took the top spot in the A Flight with a score of 80. He was able to adjust to the wet conditions pretty quickly and finished with a three-stroke lead. Joel VanHazinga edged Josh Wheeler, 83-84, for second while Daren Green placed fourth (87). David Watson rounded out the top-5 with an 88.

Jimmy Russell fended off the pack to capture the B Flight win. He shot an 85 while three others finished one stroke behind (86): Jordan Witt, Kyle Young and Albert Delamarter. JC Coleman carded an 88, good for fifth, while Ross Richardson placed sixth (90).

The winner in the C Flight was Jeramy Wallace. Wallace shot an 86 on the round. Jeff Schmidt edged Tyler Cardwell for second, 93-94, while Adam Meeks shot a 97, good for fourth.

Michael Pittroff (pictured above) earned the victory in the D Flight with a score of 90. Jeff Black placed second (97) while Jim Witt took third with a card of 99. 

Super Skins

#2 – Albert Delamarter

#11 – Kyle Young

#12 – David Watson

#14 – David Watson

Champ & A Flight Skins

#12 – David Watson

#14 – David Watson

B Flight Skins

#2 – Albert Delamarter

#4 – Albert Delamarter

#11 – Kyle Young

C Flight Skins

#4 – Jeramy Wallace

D Flight Skins – N/A

$110 Carry Over 

Closest to the Pin

#4 – Albert Delamarter – 2 feet 5 inches

#8 – JJ Williams – 14 feet 9 inches

#13 – JJ Williams – 50 feet

#15 – Steve Grass – 15 feet 2 inches



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