After firing a three-under par round of 69 on Saturday that opened a two stroke lead, Brad Porter returned on Sunday to shoot a three over par 75 to easily claim the 2021 Jackson Parish Golf Course Club Championship. His even par total of 144 over the two days was four shots ahead of Peyton Mitchell, who coupled his second day round of par 72 with an opening round 76 to post a four-over par, 148 total. Coming in third five shots behind was Hunter Alexander, faltered on the second day with a 78 after his 71 on Saturday made him only of four players to finish a round with an under par total in the tournament.
The first flight went to Marshall Boggs who shot an 83-85 for a 168 total that was two and three shots ahead of Pete and Mike Simonelli. The most hotly contested flight was the Senior division. Craig Mitchell grabbed first by shooting a Sunday best round of two under par 70 for a two day scored of 146 that made up a nine stroke deficit and was good enough to win by one. Leigh Cathey had set the tournament pace on Saturday with a 5-under 67 but struggled mightily in day two to finish with an 80 and a 147 total. Rex Johnson was third with a 72-79 total of 151. Bill DeCou shot rounds of 89-85 to take the Super Senior Divison by a whopping 17 strokes over Jimmy Robinson. Roby Serber came in third.
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