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SKCC history

Here is a year-by-year history of the Sunny King Charity Classic with highlights of each champion’s run

SKCC history

The SKCC has a long and storied history

SAM BYRD INVITATIONAL

1979 Lewis Roberts-Dennis Braden 59 (-11) Card playoff.
1980 Ken Nunnally-Clayton Dobbins 58 (-12) Margin N/A
1981 John Norton-Buddy Canup 58-59—117 (-23) Playoff, 1st hole.
1982 John Stewart-Graham Stewart 66-65—131 (-9) Won by 1.
1983 Jerry Richardson-Bill Hayes 56-57—113 (-29) Won by 2.
1984 Brett Rothwell-Jim Flynn 60-58—118 (-24) Playoff, 1st hole.
1985 Donnie McClellan-David Messer 58-58—116 (-26) Won by 3.
1986 Lewis Roberts-Rex Curvin 59-58—117 (-25) Won by 2.

SUNNY KING CLASSIC
1987
Jimmy Singleton-Charles Singleton 55-59-59—173 (-41) Won by 5.
1988 Jeff Burns-Wilton Page 61-59-61—181 (-33) Scorecard playoff.
1989-x Chip Howell-Ray Chapman 61-63-67—191 (-23) Won by 6.
1990 Donnie McClellan-Bill Haas 59-66-67—192 (-24) Won by 1.
1991 Jeff Ingram-Greg Thomas 62-64-62—188 (-26) Won by 4.
1992 Pat Hughes-Tim Hughes 64-65-65—194 (-20) Won by 1.
1993 Eddie Jackson-Wayne Garrett 65-58-65—188 (-26) Won by 3.
1994 Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 63-56-66—185 (-25) Won by 2.
1995 Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 59-55-63—177 (-26) Won by 1.
1996 Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 55-61-64—180 (-25) Won by 9.
1997 Randy Reaves-Jeff Russell 66-63-66—195 (-19) Playoff, 2nd hole.
1998 Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 66-53-66—185 (-20) Playoff, 1st hole.
1999 Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 54-63-63—185 (-25) Won by 6.
2000 Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 62-57-61—180 (-34) Won by 8.
2001 Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 59-64-62—185 (-29) Won by 3.
2002 Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 58-56-65—179 (-35) Won by 4.
2003 Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 56-62-64—182 (-32) Won by 1.
2004 Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn 59-61-59—179 (-35) Won by 7.
2005 Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn 61-61-62—184 (-30) Won by 5.
2006 Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 60-60-62—182 (-32) Won by 2.
2007 Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 60-61-60—181 (-33) Won by 1.
2008 Marcus Harrell-Ott Chandler 58-59-63—180 (-34) Won by 1.
2009 Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 59-59-63—181 (-33) Won by 1.
2010 Marcus Harrell-Ott Chandler 57-59-63—179 (-35) Playoff, 2nd hole.
2011 Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 57-58-60—175 (-39) Won by 6.
2012 Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 58-58-60—176 (-38) Won by 1.
2013 Garrett Burgess-Cypress Hathorn 56-58-62—176 (-38) Won by 5.
2014 Ryan Howard-Lance Evans 56-60-60—176 (-38) Playoff, 1st hole.
2015 Ott Chandler-Dalton Chandler 56-57-59—172 (-42) Won by 3.
2016 Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 55-59-57—171 (-43) Won by 8.
2017 Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 56-61-57—174 (-40) Won by 4.
2018 Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 58-57-60—175 (-39). Won by 6
2019 Jacob LeCroy-Jacob Harper 52-56-55—163 (-51). Won by 13.
2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19
2021 Ott Chandler-Dalton Chandler 61-54-61—176 (-38). Playoff, 6th hole.
x-First year of current handicap rule (strokes for no better than par)

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Course order based on order played by champion

1979 (March 30) — Anniston Country Club (par-70, best ball net)
Lewis Roberts-Dennis Braden 59 (-11). Won in a scorecard playoff over Wes Nowlin and Bill Phillips. Chip Howell-David Brown won low gross (68). Howell won long drive on 17.

1980 (March 21) — Anniston CC (70, best ball net)
Ken Nunnally-Clayton Dobbins 58 (-12). Second place: Rodney Owens-Carey Smith, no score listed. Dave Dillman-Ralph Carter won low gross (70).

1981 (March 28-29) — Anniston CC (70, two days of best ball net)
John Norton-Buddy Canup 58-59–117 (-23). Trailed Bill Ward-Donnie McClellan and Louie Feazell-Bob Wigington by 3 after Round 1. Won in a playoff with Feazell-Wigington and Ward-McClellan on first extra hole.

1982 (March 27-28) — Anniston CC (70, scotch doubles-best ball)
John Stewart-Graham Stewart 66-65–131 (-9). Trailed Charlie Brockwell-Larry Deason by 7 after Round 1. Won by 1 over Brockwell-Deason.

1983 (June 10-12) — Anniston CC (71, best ball net)
Jerry Richardson-Bill Hayes 56-57–113 (-29). Led by 1 over Earlon McWhorter-Bob Plummer after Round 1. Won by 2 over McWhorter-Plummer. Gross champion: Chip Howell-Ray Chapman (64-64–128). Lou Kennamer (83) won the women’s gross division. Alma Arid (67) won the women’s net division.

1984 (Aug. 24-26) — Anniston CC (71, best ball net)
Brett Rothwell-Jim Flynn 60-58–118 (-24). Trailed Perry Canada-Larry Deason by 5 after Round 1. Won with a birdie by Rothwell on the first hole of a playoff with Canada-Deason. Lucille Ellis won the women’s gross division. Martha Van Marter won the women’s net division.

1985 (July 13-14) — Indian Oaks (72), ACC (70). Best ball with handicap.
Donnie McClellan-David Messer 58-58–116 (-26). Lamar Murphree-Dave Williams Jr. shot 57 at ACC (-13) in Round 1, but McClellan-Messer shot 58 at Indian Oaks (-14). Won by 3 over Richard Powell-Danny Weldon. Gross champion: David Sanders-Charles Wigley 124. Junior champion: Mike Shepp 74. Rain halted Sunday’s round for an hour.

1986 (July 12-13) — ACC (70), Indian Oaks (72). Best ball with handicap. Lewis Roberts-Rex Curvin 59-58–117 (-25). Trailed Morris Mink-Rudy Simmons by 3 after Round 1. Won by 2 over Bill White-Jim Freeman. Junior champion: Robert Wingo, 76. Women’s champions: Lou Kennamer (gross, 80), Deborah Atkins (net 88-29–59).

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1987 (July 10-12) — ACC (70), Indian Oaks (72), Cane Creek (72). Best ball with handicap.
Jimmy Singleton-Charles Singleton 55-59-59–172 (-41). Trailed Bob Mosakowski-Garry McElroy by 1 after Round 1. Led by 1 over Tim MacTaggert-Butch Barker after Round 2. Won by 5 over MacTaggert-Barker, John Hollingsworth-Robert Stewart, William Lumpkin-Mike Hatten. Gross champion: Chip Howell-Ray Chapman 68-66-66–200. Women’s champion: Hope Mooney (gross, 66), Ann Cushman (net, 63)

1988 (July 8-10) — ACC (70), Pine Hill (72), Cane Creek (72). Best ball with handicap.

Jeff Burns-Wilton Page 61-59-61–181 (-33). Trailed Rusty Stokes-Al Reynolds and Gene Hamby-David Coleman by 3 after Round 1. Trailed Lane Golden-Wayne Adams by 1 after Round 2. Won in a scorecard playoff over John Carrozza-Mike Pinson (61-58-62). Women’s champion: Lou Kennamer (gross, 83), Sabrina Simmons (net, 63).

1989 (July 7-9) — Pine Hill (72, best ball), Cane Creek (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball). Chip Howell-Ray Chapman 61-63-67–191 (-23). Led by 3 over Scott Townsend-Lawrence Key after Round 1. Led by 8 over Townsend-Key after Round 2. Won by 6 over Townsend-Key. Women’s champion: Evelyn Banister (63, net). First year where handicap could get no better than par. Sunday round interrupted an hour by rain.

1990 (July 13-15) — Crawford Ridge (now Indian Oaks, 72 scramble), Pine Hill (72, best ball), Cane Creek (72, best ball)
Donnie McClellan-Bill Haas 59-66-67–192 (-24). Tied with Travis Dover-Mike Hatten after round 1. Led by 3 over Steve McDaniel-Phillip Traylor and David Messer-Doug Aman after Round 2. Won by 1 over Everett King-Steve Stephens. Women’s tournament canceled for lack of entries.

1991 (July 12-14) — Pine Hill (72, best ball), Cane Creek (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball)
Jeff Ingram-Greg Thomas 62-64-62–188 (-26). Trailed Everett King-Steve Stephens and Norris Ray-Jerome Wilson by 1 after Round 1. Tied with Gary Wilborn-Keith Fuller after Round 2. Won by 4 over Wilborn-Fuller. Women’s co-champion: Diane Vandiver and Evelyn Banister, 66. Women’s medalist: Christie Smith, 74.

1992 (July 10-12) — Pine Hill (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball), Cane Creek (72, best ball)
Pat Hughes-Tim Hughes 64-65-65–194 (-20). Shared the lead with Don Pruitt-Jack Pruitt and Terry Fields-David Bedford after Round 1. Trailed Pruitt-Pruitt by 3 after Round 2. Won by 1 over Chip Howell-Ray Chapman and Pruitt-Pruitt. Women’s champion: Charlotte Alford-Lou Kennamer, 66

1993 (July 9-11) — Pine Hill (72, best ball), ACC (70, scramble), Cane Creek (72, best ball)
Eddie Jackson-Wayne Garrett 65-58-65–188 (-26). Trailed Manny Suco-Brad Barfield by 3 after Round 1. Led by 3 over Brian Bouchillon-Tim Williams and Jeff Ingram-Charlie Robinson after Round 2. Won by 3 over Bouchillon-Williams. Women’s champion: Mary Isbell-Marie Roberts, 67

1994 (July 8-10) — Cane Creek (72, scramble), Pine Hill (72), ACC (70, best ball)
Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 63-56-66–185 (-26). Led by 2 over Scott Eaton-Dan Griffin after Round 1. Led by 3 over Eddie Jackson-Wayne Garrett after Round 2. Won by 2 over Jackson-Garrett.

1995 (July 7-9) — Cane Creek (70, scramble), Silver Lakes BB-SC (63, best ball), ACC (70, best ball)
Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 59-55-63–177 (-26). Trailed Rob Svenson-Bill Wakefield by 2 after Round 1. Led by 2 over Svenson-Wakefield after Round 2. Won by 1 over Chip Howell-Ray Chapman, who shot 13-under 57 on Sunday.

1996 (July 12-14) — Silver Lakes BB-SC (63), Silver Lakes MB-HB (72), ACC (70, best ball)
Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 55-61-64–180 (-25). Led by 2 over Jeff Ingram-Norm Wilder after Round 1. Led by 7 over Ingram-Wilder and D. Quinn-Hal Willingham after Round 2. Won by 9 over Randy Reaves-Jeff Russell.

1997 (July 11-13) — Pine Hill (72, scramble), Silver Lakes (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball)

Randy Reaves-Jeff Russell 66-63-66–195 (-19). Trailed Eric Messer-David Messer by 4 after Round 1. Tied for lead with Messer-Messer after Round 2. Won on second playoff hole over Messer-Messer and Billy Tuck-Mike Brown.

1998 (July 11-13) — Silver Lakes MB-HB (72, best ball), Silver Lakes BB-SC (63, scramble), ACC (70, best ball)
Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 66-53-66–185 (-20). Trailed Scott Eaton-Dan Griffin and Matt Rogers-Bob Eaton by 1 after Round 1. Tied with Chip Howell-Buster Inman and Mike Lewis-Davis Lee after Round 2. Won on the first hole of a playoff over Howell-Inman when Hamilton made eagle at No. 17.

1999 (July 9-11) — Silver Lakes BB-SC (63, scramble), Silver Lakes MB-HB (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball)
Eric Hamilton-Patrick Cushman 54-63-63–185 (-25). Trailed Matt Rogers-Bob Eaton by 1 after Round 1. Led by 3 over Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington and Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison after Round 2. Won by 6 over McGatha-Ellison.

2000 (July 7-9) — Pine Hill (72, best ball) Silver Lakes (72, scramble), ACC (70, best ball)
Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 62-57-61–180 (-34). Trailed Hank Smith-Cal Moore by 1 after Round 1. Led by 5 over Jerry Irwin-Don Maddox after Round 2. Won by 8 over Irwin-Maddox.

2001 (July 6-8) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cane Creek (72, best ball), ACC (70, best ball)
Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 59-64-62–185 (-29). Led by 1 over Craig Messer-David Messer after Round 1. Led by 2 over Chris Maye-Greg Burnett after Round 2. Won by 3 over Maye-Burnett.

2002 (July 12-14) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cane Creek (72 scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 58-56-65–179 (-35). Shared the lead with Chip Howell-David Sanders and Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison after Round 1. Led by 6 over Adrian Geeting-Benji Turley and Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn after Round 2. Won by 4 over Chandler-Wilborn. Second round suspended 60 minutes by weather. Rusty Whitlow won a car with a hole-in-one at ACC.

2003 (July 11-13) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cane Creek (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 56-62-64–182 (-32). Led by 4 over Jay Bowman-Roby Brooks, Wade Monroe-John Reynolds, Brian Woodfin-Sean Lloyd and Dan Griffin-Chic Nix after Round 1. Led by 6 over Eric Hamilton-Stan Sherlin and Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington after Round 2. Won by 1 over Hamilton-Sherlin. 25th annual.

2004 (July 9-11) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scramble), ACC (70, best ball)
Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn 59-61-59–179 (-35). Shared the lead with Chris Maye-Arron Bishop and Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington after Round 1. Trailed Doug Bragg-Jay McElroy by 1 after Round 2. Won by 7 shots over Bragg-McElroy. Dennis Buckley won $20,000 toward a car with a hole-in-one at Cider Ridge No. 3.

2005 (July 8-10) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70 best ball)
Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn 61-61-62-184 (-30). Trailed Cory Etter-Brent Edwards by 3 after Round 1. Trailed Blake Boozer-Bryan Rozier by 2 after Round 2. Won by 5 shots over Matt Rogers-Chris Maye, Jaylon Ellison-Jeremy McGatha and Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington. The final round was played with the leading edge of Hurricane Dennis bearing down on the area.

2006 (July 7-9) — Cane Creek (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 60-60-62–182 (-32). Trailed Benji Turley-John Hanson by 1 after Round 1. Trailed Turley-Hanson by 1 after Round 2. Won by 2 over Scott Pettus-Brennan Clay, Turley-Hanson and Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn. Turley-Hanson assessed two-shot penalty for misplayed ball on 18 in Round 2.

2007 (July 27-29) — Cane Creek (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70 best ball)
Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington 60-61-60–181 (-33). Were among four teams who trailed Jimmy Reist-Bryan Askew by 2 after Round 1. Trailed Marcus Harrell-Nathan Bennett and Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison by 1 after Round 2. Won by 1 over Reist-Askew when Reaves made a 25-foot birdie putt in the dark on 18. Reaves also made birdies on 16 and 17. Final round had a 70-minute weather delay with the leaders on the back nine. Late start date due to refurbishment of ACC greens.

2008 (July 11-13) – Cane Creek (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Marcus Harrell-Ott Chandler 58-59-63–180 (-34). Shared the lead with Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison after Round 1. Led by 2 over John Hanson-Benji Turley, Craig Messer-Mark West and Garrett Burgess-Brian Woodfin after rain-interrupted Round 2. Won by 1 over Chris Maye-Jimmy Reist when Harrell made a sweeping 30-foot birdie putt on 18. Messer-West shot 16-under in its Saturday round at Cider Ridge.

2009 (July 10-12) — Cane Creek (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Jeremy McGatha-Jaylon Ellison 59-59-63–181 (-33). Trailed Brian Macoy-Benji Turley by 1 after Round 1. Led by 3 over Macoy-Turley, Matt Rogers-Grant Hockman and Ryan Howard-Scott Murphree after Round 2. Won by 2 over Howard-Murphree and Gary Wilborn-Garrett Burgess. Final round at ACC delayed 59 minutes by weather. Shane Dowdey won $20,000 toward a car with a hole-in-one Saturday at ACC No. 16.

2010 (July 9-11) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Marcus Harrell-Ott Chandler 57-59-63–179 (-35). Tied with Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington and Nathan Bennett-Daniel Glidewell after Round 1. Led by 3 over Drew Archer-Richard Poole and Matias Anselmo-Richard Turner after Round 2. Won in playoff with Randy Reaves-Gary Wigington when Harrell made sweeping 25-foot eagle putt on second extra hole. Score in regulation tied modern-era scoring record.

2011 (July 8-10) — Pine Hill (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Jaylon Ellison-Jeremy McGatha 57-58-60–175 (-39). Tied with Brennan Clay-Daniel Glidewell after Round 1. Led by 5 over Clay-Glidewell after Round 2. Won by 6, the widest margin since 2004. Score set the modern-era scoring record. Silver Lakes missed the rotation as the result of damage from the April tornado. Stacy Williams won $20,000 toward a car with a hole-in-one Saturday at ACC No. 16.

2012 (July 6-8) — Silver Lakes (72 scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70 best ball)
Gary Wigington-Randy Reaves 58-58-60–176 (-38). Trailed Mike Williams-Benji Willimon by 3 after Round 1. Trailed Brennan Clay-Daniel Glidewell by 1 after Round 2. Won by 1 over Cory Etter-Marcus Harrell. Win was team’s record-tying fifth title, gave Reaves record sixth individual crown.

2013 (July 12-14) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72 scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Garrett Burgess-Cypress Hathorn 56-58-62—176 (-38). Trailed Kenny Wright-Adrian Geeting by 2 after Round 1. Led by 2 over Randy Lipscomb-Jake Nichols after Round 2. Won by 5 over Gary Wigington-Randy Reaves. Wright-Geeting set modern-day scramble record with 18-under 54 at Silver Lakes.

2014 (July 11-13) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72 scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Ryan Howard-Lance Evans 56-60-60-176 (-38). Trailed Freeman Fite-Gary Wigington by 2 after Round 1. Trailed Fite-Wigington by 2 after Round 2. Won in playoff over Fite-Wigington on Howard’s 25-foot birdie putt. Fite-Wigington tied modern-day scramble record with 18-under 54 at Silver Lakes.

2015 (July 10-12) — Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72 scamble), ACC (70, best ball)
Ott Chandler-Dalton Chandler 56-57-59-172 (-42). Shared the first-round lead with Jeremy McGatha-Brennan Clay, Gary Wigington-Freeman Fite, Chad Reavis-Chad Calvert. Trailed Fite-Wigington by 1 after Round 2. Won by 3 over Jeremy McGatha-Brennan Clay. The first father-son winners set the all-time tournament scoring record and are the first champions to post all three rounds in the 50s. Jonathan Bennett, Ty Cole made holes-in-one for car.

2016 (July 8-10) – Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best-ball).
Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 55-59-57—171 (-43). Led P.J. Shields-Jaylon Ellison by 2 after Round 1. Led Garrett-Burgess-Cypress Hathorn by 4 after Round 2. Won by 8 over Shields-Ellison. Set all-time scoring record. Second straight year winner has all three rounds in the 50s. Sunday 57 was lowest final-round by a champion in tournament history. Wigington ties former partner Randy Reaves for most SKCC wins by individual (six).

2017 (July 7-9) – Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best-ball).
Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 56-61-57—174 (-40). Trailed P.J. Shields-Jaylon Ellison by 1 after Round 1. Trailed Shields-Ellison by 2 after Round 2. Won by 4 over Shields-Ellison. Cole-Wigington become first back-to-back champions since Ott Chandler-Gary Wilborn in 2004-2005. Wigington becomes all-time winningest player in SKCC history with seven titles.

2018 (July 13-15) – Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best-ball).
Ty Cole-Gary Wigington 58-57-60—175 (-39). Shared the lead with Cody Robinson-Dustin Viehe after Round 1. Led Robinson-Viehe by 2 after Round 2. Won by 4 over Garrett Burgess-Cypress Hathorn, Cory Etter-Caleb Bowen, Ryan Howard-Chad Reavis. Field reshuffled by score after first and second rounds. Wigington wins for eighth time in 20 starts, extending his tournament record for all-time wins, completes his second career three-peat (2000-2002 with Randy Reaves) and third in tournament history. Michael Herndon aces No. 16 at ACC. Fifteen-year-old Kenny Okins holes out from the fairway on consecutive days (Cider Ridge 10 Saturday, ACC 2 Sunday).

2019 (July 12-14) – Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best-ball).
Jacob LeCroy-Jacob Harper. 52-56-55—163 (-51). Led by 3 over Logan Archer-Randy Archer, Cody Robinson-Barrett Waters, and Warren Askew-Will Broome after Round 1. Led by 4 over Archer-Archer after Round 2. Won by 13 over Archer-Archer. Set tournament records for scoring and margin of victory. Set scoring records for scramble and best-ball, tied scoring record for modified scramble. In best-ball, Harper shot 59 on his own ball, LeCroy shot 62. They made no bogeys and failed to birdie/eagle only eight holes the entire tournament. Tommy Stevens Jr. made a hole-in-one in Saturday round on Silver Lakes Heartbreaker 8.

2020 – Postponed due to COVID-19.

2021 (Sept. 24-26) – Silver Lakes (72, scramble), Cider Ridge (72, scamble), ACC (70, best-ball).
Ott Chandler-Dalton Chandler 61-54-61—176 (-38). Trailed Jacob Harper-Kyle Daugherty, Cameron McCareeth-Sawyer Edwards, Kaine Gibson-Will Brown by 2 after Round 1. Led by 1 over Jacob Harper-Kyle Daugherty after Round 2. Ended regulation tied with Ty Cole-Gary Wigington. Won when Dalton Chandler made a 15-foot birdie putt on the sixth playoff hole, ending the longest playoff in SKCC history. They played No. 16 six times. The Chandlers set the scramble scoring record in the round at Cider Ridge. Chuck Robinson made a hole-in-one on 16 at ACC Saturday. Don Whitlow continued his streak of playing in every SKCC.

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