Cabot resident ends up with top score at rain-shortened ASGA Designated Stroke Play Championship

Due to the weather, the Arkansas State Golf Association Designated Stroke Play Championship was reduced to one round at Big Creek Golf and Country Club.

Bill Wrentz was the top overall golfer with a three-under-par 69. The Cabot resident took home $185 for winning the Super Senior division. Cal Campbell of Hot Springs ended up five strokes off the lead to finish second.

Nathan Munday of Greenwood won the Amateur division with a one-under-par 71. Tyler Reynolds of Rogers took second place as he was one stroke back. Jackson Marseilles of Harrison took the tiebreaker for sixth place after shooting a 75.

A tiebreaker was needed to decide the winner in the Senior division. Greg Connell of Russellville got past Scott Bowen of Little Rock after both had a one-under-par 71. Two Mountain Home residents competed in the division as Michael Cole ended up sixth with a 76, and Jeff Pipkin was 11th with an 82.

Kyle Thompson of Hot Springs Village was the winner of the Mid Senior division with a 73. Chris Schlette of Colt ended up second after finishing two strokes back.

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