Klughart triumphantly returns to the Lobstick winner’s circle

By Jeff D'Andrea
June 17, 2017 - 5:22pm

After Danny Klughart won the Conexus Men’s Lobstick in 2013, his return to the winner’s circle was a long and winding one.

In 2014, Klughart had a 3-hole lead with three holes to play and lost in a playoff in the semifinals. Klughart then had to withdraw in 2015 due to some ‘health issues’.

But those struggles make holding that Lobstick trophy once again even sweeter. On Saturday, Klughart beat Saskatoon’s Liam Courtney in 14 holes to be declared the 2017 Lobstick victor.

“It feels pretty good to come back,” Klughart said. “I guess it’s just being hungry. I’ve been close in lots of tournaments in the last couple years. I want to win. Coming back here, trying my best. I put together a game plan that helps me feel like I can win every week.”

Here are how all the finals played out in each flight.

Championship Flight: Danny Klughart over Liam Courtney

Championship Flight Consolation: Brad Phelps over Ty Campbell

First Flight: Colin Coben over Cory Selander

First Flight Consolation: Garry Hagen over Scott Hoiland

Second Flight: Jeff McKeand over Aaron Mitchell

Second Flight Consolation: Greg Simpson over Jesse Ross

Third Flight: Bob Beebe over Darry Hansen

Third Flight Consolation: Shane Haubrich over Glen Despins

Fourth Flight: Barry Mayoros over Rupert Rabut

Fourth Flight Consolation: Brian Morpurgo over Scott Simpson

Fifth Flight: Lee Covenden over Lee Braaten

Fifth Flight Consolation: Sam Dunphy over Dwayne Schamutz

Sixth Flight: Jeff Hearn over Tim Hargraves

Sixth Flight Consolation: Brynn Jarvis over M Morpurgo

Seventh Flight: Doug Swarbrick over Matthew Wilson

Seventh Flight Consolation: Ted LaPlante over Terry Morgan

Eighth Flight: Michael Dyck over Mike Purdy

Eighth Flight Consolation: Darcy Wozney over Roi Perran

 

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