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2021 Tapawingo Recap

2021 Tapawingo

Contributed by Sean Naylor and Colin Dooley

Tapawingo National Golf Club provided a tight competition and players found much success during the event.

Dan Kohnle had himself a round, making his third-career hole-in-one. It occurred on the 17th hole, which was uphill. Konhle also made a birdie and eight pars for an 82 and the top spot in the Championship Flight. 

Daren Green and Josh Wheeler found themselves in a playoff for the A Flight crown. The two were tied up at 39 a piece entering the back nine and both players shot a 40 on that stretch, tying with a 79. Green edged Wheeler in the playoff to earn the win. David Watson placed third with an 84. 

Chris Canfield turned a one-stroke deficit heading into the final hole into a one-stroke B Flight victory as the 18th concluded. Canfield erased the deficit and turned it into a win with a par. He shot an 83, a stroke better than Scott Seaborn. Christian Benavides finished in a tie for third with Nick Gruver (86). Benavides forced the tie thanks to an eagle on the 18th. 

Tyler Cardwell was the C Flight winner, shooting an 85. Jeramy Wallace placed second (92) while two players tied for third (95): Aaron Brentlinger and Jeremy Place. Scott Nishimura rounded out the top-5 with a 101.

Jeremy Blythe made the shots he needed to down the stretch to capture the win in the D Flight. Blythe shot a 92, edging out Michael Pittroff by one stroke. Both players had two birdies on the round. Greg Cobourn edged out Colin Dooley for third, 96-97. Jeff Black carded a 99, good for fifth. 

Super Skins

#4 – Michael Pittroff

#16 – David Watson

#17 – Dan Kohnle

#18 – Christian Benavides

Champ & A Flight Skins

#6 – Dan Kohnle

#16 – David Watson
#17 – Dan Kohnle

B Flight Skins

#1 – Steve Grass

#11 – Scott Seaborn

#18 – Christian Benavides

C Flight Skins

#11 – Jeramy Wallace

D Flight Skins
#4 – Michael Pittroff
#6 – Michael Pittroff
#7 – Colin Dooley

Closest to the Pin

#3 – Joseph Miller – 3 feet 1 inch

#6 – Kenton McWilliams – 9 feet 9 inches

#12 – Dan Kohnle – 4 feet 10 inches

#15 – David Watson – 7 feet 10 inches
#17 – Dan Kohnle – Hole in One

50/50 Raffle - SU2C $15
Kenton McWilliams - $15



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