The Sunnyside duo of Bob Hall and Bud Schatz ran away from the field Sunday at the 2004 Two-Man Chapman Tournament staged at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Hall and Schatz ham-and-egged their way around the par-72 course with a two-under 70. The next closest finishers were five strokes back with 75's. The winners pocketed $320 in pro shop merchandise for their efforts.
The net winners in Sunday's tournament were Loran Hancock and Ken Vaughan. The pair posted a 67.84 (actual score minus combined handicaps). The two shared the $330 first place net prize.
Four two-man teams tied for runner-up honors behind Hall and Schatz in the gross scoring division. Each of the second place finishing pairs earned $143 in winnings. The runners-up with identical 75's were Buzz Blake and Jack Syverson, Mike Clark and Dan Clark, Andy Schlupe and Andy E. Schlupe, and Josh Williams and Tony Horn.
Finishing one shot out of the money with a 76 was the duo of Steve Smythe and Greg Smith.
In the handicap-aided net division, Ron Harle and J.P. Moore claimed second place honors by shooting a 68.58. They earned $240. Third place net finishers were Balbino Benitez and Miles Plata with a 69.04. They were awarded $185 in pro shop merchandise. Fourth place net winners were John Lesko and Bill Van de Graaf with a 69.61. They earned $145.
There were a total of 25 two-man teams entered in Sunday's tourney.
Flag prize winners on Sunday included Steve Smythe for being closest to the pin with his second shot on No. 1, the Schlupes for being closest to the pin with their third shot on No. 3, Pete Veliz for the longest putt on No. 6, Hancock and Vaughan for closest to the pin honors on No. 9, Harry Heath for closest to the pin honors on No. 12, Hall for longest drive on No. 13, J.P. Moore for closest chip on No. 16, Mike Clark for closest to the pin honors on No. 17, and Hancock and Vaughan for longest putt on No. 18.