Luke Minor shot a two-under par 138 over 36 holes, edging Ed Leisge by one stroke, to win the Sleepy Hollow Invitational on Sept. 5.
Tom Shelton placed third in the championship flight, two strokes behind Minor. David Clark was four strokes back in fourth.
Jimbo Vicini won the first flight with a 144, three strokes ahead of Mike Granato.
Harlan County High School golfer Brendan Rutherford tied with Jon Estep in the second flight as both shot a 152.
Randy Brackett won the third flight with a 166, one stroke ahead of Mearl Campbell.
TaylorMade prizes were awarded to the top five golfers in each flight. All winners received a set of irons.
The tournament featured 56 golfers, including several from out of town.
The top five in each flight included:
Luke Minor 138, Ed Leisge 139, Tom Shelton 140, David Clark 142, Blake Maupin 150.
Jimbo Vicini 144, Mike Granato 147, Fred Howard 148, Leon Johnson 148, Connor Leisge 152.
Brendan Rutherford 152, Jon Estep 152, Boots Stewart 158, Joe Eldridge 159, Kevin Simpson 160.
Randy Brackett 166, Mearl Campbell 167, Dan Johnson 169, Charles McDonald 169, Logan McArthur 172.