William Duncan of Baton Rouge fired a pair of 68s to win the Louisiana Golf Association Net Amateur Championship over the weekend at Carter Plantation in Springfield.

Duncan, whose two-day total of 136 is the lowest in the LGA Net Amateur Championship since 2007, won the title by seven shots over defending champion Mike Hymel.

Rounding out the top five were: Scott Brady of Baton Rouge (75-69 — 144) in third and Ronnie Averett of Loranger (75-70 — 145) and Brent Ocmond of Paulina (73-72 — 145).

Brian Hilton of Ruston (148) won the St. Andrews flight, followed by Perry Hudson of Baton Rouge (150) and Bruce Smith of Mandeville (153), who won a tiebreaker for third.

New Orleans’ Tom Ellis (150) won the Prestwick flight, followed by Richard Childers (151) of Madisonville and Noel Gauthreaux (154) of Hammond.

Edward Jones of Jefferson (147) won the Troon flight, while Eric Tamplain of LaPlace (151) was second and Julius Corville of Lake Charles (153) third.

Bob Apple of Baton Rouge (152) won the Carnoustie flight, followed by Dustin Goodwin of Mandeville (152) in second, and Gregg Smith of Robert (154), who won a tiebreaker for third.

In the 12th annual Net Club Team Championship, which was conducted concurrently with the Net Amateur, Oak Knoll No. 2 of Hammond won by three strokes over Santa Maria Golf Club of Baton Rouge. Averett, Louis Baham, Mike Hymel and Andrew Mercante were on the winning team, which combined to shoot a two-day total of 7-over-pat 439.

Team total are figured by combining the low three individual scores each round in the team championship.

MATHERNE WINS PELICAN POINT CHICAGO POINTS TITLE: Pat Matherne won the championship flight of the recent SMGA Chicago Points event at Pelican Point.

Dennis Duszynski and Curtis Davis tied for second.

Ray Hurley won the first flight, while Gary Campbell and Jim Tinney tied for second. Jerome Jones was third.

PHILLIPE WINS MATCH PLAY TITLE AT PELICAN POINT: Doyle Philippe was the overall champion of the MGA Match Play Championship held recently at Pelican Point.

DJ Johnson was the runner-up, while Paul Castro finished third and Jason Ambeau was fourth.

Ryan Schultz won the consolation bracket, followed by Don Berrigan, Frankie Schmitt and Carl Amedee.

BREC GOLF LEAGUE WINNERS NAMED: Alex Bookter fired a 35 to low gross individual honors at the BREC Callaway Golf League hosted at Dumas Golf Club.

2nd Jason Miller (38) was second, while Don Breaux and Kurtis Melinck (39) tied for third.

Bookter and Breaux (35) won the low team gross, followed by Miller and Greg Barthe (36) and Pat Milton and Greg Crowell (37).

Format is two-player best ball over nine holes. The league competes each Tuesday.

SCHMITT, THIBEAUX WIN BEAVER CREEK TITLE: The team of Phil Schmitt and BC Thibeaux fired a 63-64 — 127 to win the Beaver Creek the Plainsman held over the weekend. It was a two-player best ball event.

Danny Vidrine and Wendel Akins fired a 66-63 — 129 to finish second in the championship flight, while Bret St. Germain and Brandt Garon (66-66 — 132) finished third, and Jeff Callaway and Trampus Butler (68-65 — 133) were fourth.

In the first flight, Danny Nelson and Scott Wilfong (68-64 — 132) won, followed by Donny Chatlain and Dante Caldera (70-65 — 135), Gayle Sanchez and Kenly Jones (70-68 — 138) and Can Le and Po Nguyen (69-69 — 138).

Eric Spencer and Bruce Thompson (71-65 — 136) won the second flight, followed by Kevin Hubbs and Eric Hoffman (72-69 — 141), Bubba Vicknair and Stephen Cavell (72-71 — 143) and Terry Ledet and David Millet (72-71 — 143).

The third flight went to Andre Prejean and Brad Shafer (73-69 — 142), while Jason Miller and Daniel Richard (73-72 — 145) finished second, Grady Hickman and Jimmy Whitten (75-71 — 146) were third and Joey Indest and Eric Indest (75-71 — 146) fourth.

Hai Thai and Steve Nguyen (77-74 — 151) won the fourth flight, while Johnathon Peak and Lyle Peak (77-77 — 154) were second, Dave Deloach and Lance Dominey (79-76 — 155) finished third and Chuck Danna and Kurtis Melnick (77-80 — 157) were fourth.


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