Winners announced in Ashley HomeStore Pro-Am

The team of Scott Crosby, Dewey Cooper, Robert Sharp and Chris Dickerson – with pro Brandon Cauldwell – won the Ashley HomeStore Pro-Am on Monday at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club. The team, which played in the morning round scramble, fired a 55.

Cauldwell also was on an afternoon team of Phil Daniels, John Morgan, Dennis Heim and Mike Zimmerman which fired a 57 and placed second, earning a scorecard tiebreaker. The third-place team was David Rodholm, Todd Dole, Stuart Coutchie, Scott Davis and pro Michael Wellington as it fired a 57.

The Ashley HomeStore Pro-Am was a fundraiser for the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, a PGA Web.com Tour event. The PCCC has four more events on the schedule: The Habitat Home Run & Springfield’s Largest Water Balloon Fight on Saturday, Aug. 27 at the Price Cutter Plus Supermarket at the corner of Kansas Expressway and Republic Road; the Harvest Moon Festival presented by Reinhart Foodservice on Sunday, Sept. 25 on the driving range of Highland Springs Country Club; and the Burrell Children and Youth Services Poker Run Golf Classic at Silo Ridge Golf Course in Bolivar. The new date for the Mercy Pro-Am morning round, which was postponed because of rain on Aug. 8, will be announced soon.

Mackenzie Hughes wins PCCC, heads to PGA Tour

 

Winner-tipping hat 2016

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes outlasted the field Sunday afternoon in Springfield to earn his first Web.com Tour victory at the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper. The 25-year-old Hughes birdied the 72nd hole, fired a final-round, 6-under-par 66 and posted 24-under-par 264 to finish one clear of Richy Werenski (66).

“This is the hardest day of my life,” said Hughes, who earned $121,500 for his effort at Highland Springs Country Club. “I’m so proud of the way I hung in there. I had to dig so deep. The thoughts were going crazy in my head.”

“Trying to quiet that down was the greatest challenge I’ve had in my life.” continued Hughes. “I kid you not, there were so many times I thought about the outcome and what it could mean to my family and everything like that. I had to bring myself back so many times. I just wanted to get across the line and it feels so good.”

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