Chad Dryden and T.J. Redding shot a 21-under par 121 over 36 holes to win Phil Tyler’s Annual Best Shot Tournament last weekend at Crestmoor Golf Club.
The morning flights were rained out after three holes Sunday morning, so scoring for the lower three flights was based on handicap hole scores from Saturday’s second nine holes, Tyler said.
Dryden and Redding shot 59-62 — 121 over the two days on the par-36 nine-hole course to win the title by three strokes over Bob Lesan and Matt Lesan in the field of 36 teams. The Lesan father-son team shot 59-65 — 124. Trey Thomsen and Kainen Somers took third at 127.
Due to the weather delay, the team of Ryan McKim and Michael Buck were unable to finish because of a schedule conflict. They were officially fourth in the championship flight after shooting 11-under 61 on Saturday.
Championship flight — 1. Chad Dryden-T.J. Redding 121; 2. Bob Lesan-Matt Lesan 124; 3. Trey Thomsen-Kainen Somers 127; 4. Michael Buck-Ryan McKim WD.
First flight — 1. Jared Knutstrom-Mel McKie 130; 2. Larry Wagner-Brian Weinheimer 131; 3. Chase Crill-Dan Turner 137; 4. Scott Driskell-Jared Driskell 142.
Second flight — 1. Steve Brown-Tom Logan 133; 2. Lee Wykle-Bob Fischer 136; 3. Jeff Veitz-Mike Veitz 138; 4. Scott Coen-Dan Coen 139.
Third flight — 1. Clint Crill-Nick Edwards; 2. Tom Short-Bill Sorden; 3. Jeff Mostek-Dave Buck; 4. Doug Dugger-Bob Hall.
Fourth flight — 1. Jason Borrall-Heath Pelzer; 2. Tim Hartsock-Don McKim; 3. Steve Moeller-Steven Moeller; 4. J.R. Lett-Jason Knight.
Fifth flight — 1. Dennis Nelson-Jake Boyd; 2. Matt Long-Andrew Long; 3. Tim Gray-Nick Edwards; 4. Zac Leith-Cam Leith.