Hickman wins third straight WBCC championship

Aaron Hickman (right) poses with Willow Brook Country Club president George Rowe after winning the WBCC Men's Club Championship on Sunday. (Courtesy)

Aaron Hickman made it a three-peat.

Hickman outdueled Cody Massa on the first playoff hole to capture his third straight Men’s Club Golf Championship on Sunday at Willow Brook Country Club.

Massa made up a one-stroke deficit heading into the final round with a day-best round of 66 to tie Hickman at 203 after three rounds to force the playoff.

Hickman’s 67 on Sunday followed rounds of 71 and 65.

Luke Loggins fired a 71 to finish at 217, good for third place. He was followed by Stephen Bryant, who shot 74 on Sunday.

Brian Adams won the Presidents Flight with a three-round 234 (82-78-74). He was followed by Galloway Calhoun (236) and Harry A. Leatherwood (237).

Chip Swinney win the First Flight with a two-round 150, edging second place Charles Stone by seven strokes.

The Second Flight was won by Howie Alexander (157), followed by Bryan Lowery and Billy Delong III. Steve Pinkston claimed the title in the Third Flight with a 163, six strokes ahead of second-place James McKinley.

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2014 WBCC Men’s Club Golf Championship

Willow Brook Country Club

Championship Flight

1, Aaron Hickman, 71-65-67—203*; 2, Cody Massa, 73-64-66—203; 3, Luke Loggins, 70-76-71—217; 4, Stephen Bryant, 75-73-74—222; 5, Jason Mills, 80-76-69—225; 6, Joel Hackney, 75-80-71—226; 7, Jared Green, 77-74-76—227; 8, Eric Joseph, 77-81-72—230; 9, Luke Freeman, 76-77-78—231; 10, Clay Snyder, 77-72-84—233; 11, Brian Adams, 82-78-74—234; 12, (tie) Galloway Calhoun, 80-80-76—236; Steve Duffey, 78-79-79—236; 14, (tie) Don Robert Johnson, 76-81-80—237; Harry A. Leatherwood, 79-81-77—237; 16, (tie) Jacky Lee, 80-83-75—238; Jon Schreiber, 76-82-80—238; 18, Luis Correa, 80-81-81—252; 19, (tie) Byron Triggs, 78-84-82—244; Cody Anderson, 88-79-77—244; Jason Richards, 84-79-81—244; 22, Bob Breedlove, 92-75-78—245; 23, Luke Haberle, 84-82-83—249; 24, Felipe Garcia, 86-79-85—250; 25, Jeff Embry, 80-83-88—251; 26, Bert Ferris, 88-84-81—253; 27, Joe Cavender, 85-86-83—254; 28, (tie) Jonathan Lesniewski, 82-88-85—255; Keir Orr, 77-80-98—255; 30, Brian Bell, 94-83-85—262.

Presidents Flight

1, Brian Adams, 82-78-74—234; 2, Galloway Calhoun, 80-80-76—236; 3, Harry A. Leatherwood, 79-81-77—237.

First Flight

1, Chip Swinney, 77-73—150; 2, Charles Stone, 76-81—157; 3, (tie) Jeff Feliciano, 78-80—158; Stan Lusk, 82-76—158; 5, Greg Schultz, 85-79—161; 6, Aaron Paul, 82-80—162; 7, (tie) Brad Bergfeld, 81-82—163; Clark Hampe Jr., 78-85—163; 8, Bryan Forman, 88-82—170.

Second Flight

1, Howie Alexander, 78-79—157; 2, Bryan Lowery, 83-76—159; 3, Billy Delong III, 81-81—162; 4, James Wynne III, 85-82—167; 5, Robert Parks, 82-86—168; 6, Jay Carnahan, 91-80—171; 7, Gonzalo Egana, 88-86—174; 8, Matt Pollard, 87-89—176.

Third Flight

1, Steve Pinkston, 82-81—163; 2, James McKinley, 85-84—169; 3, Shane Norwood, 87-84—171; 4, Fred Haberle, 90-74—174; 5, Bill Wylie, 84-81—175; 6, Joe Milburn, 88-88—176; 7, Richard Kennedy, 85-92—177; 8, Charles Heaton, 92-90—182; 9, Junior Sandoval, 113-107—220.

* — Won first playoff hole

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