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DSGA/GAP Spring Classic

Six earn top prizes in DSGA/GAP Spring Classic

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Kings Creek Country Club

Six flights. Six teams of champions.

The DSGA/GAP Spring Classic — the first event on the DSGA/GAP Schedule for 2022 — teed off Monday and finished Tuesday afternoon at both Kings Creek Country Club and Rehoboth Beach Country Club.

The 36-hole Net Stableford competition featured 75 duos competing for the top spots. Team scores were calculated using the combined total of all points earned by both partners over the two rounds.

Teams were divided up into flights based on handicap indexes. The following teams took home the top prize in their respective flights:

  • Flight 1: Juan Johnson and Michael Poulis/Rehoboth Beach, Plantation Lakes Golf – 131 Stableford Net points
  • Flight 2: Mike Wankmiller and Ray Wankmiller/ Play Golf Delaware – 140 Stableford Net points
  • Flight 3: Ed Aikin and Greg Smith/Radley Run, USGA/GAP – 137 Stableford Net points
  • Flight 4: Bruce Happel and Rick Freebery/Plantation Lakes – 143 Stableford Net points
  • Flight 5: Pat Connor and Robert Venturena/Play Golf Delaware – 138 Stableford Net points
  • Flight 6: Greg Fletcher and Jay Harrison/Ed Oliver Golf Club – 137 Stableford Net points

Last but not least, a thank you to the host facilities — Kings Creek Country Club and Rehoboth Beach Country Club — for hosting this week!

GAP
Celebrating Amateur Golf since 1897, GAP, also known as the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is the oldest regional or state golf association in the United States. It serves as the principal ruling body of amateur golf in its region. The Association’s 330 Member Clubs and 90,000 individual members are spread across Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland. The GAP’s mission is to promote, preserve and protect the game of golf.