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Gainesville High grad Jackson Bishop wins City Championship
Former Red Elephant finishes at 5-under-par
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After a 1-hour weather delay Sunday afternoon, Gainesville High grad Jackson Bishop fired a final round 2-under-par 70 to become the 2015 City Champion at Chattahoochee Golf Club in Gainesville.

Bishop’s 54-hole total was 211 — 5-under-par. His former teammate, Lawson King, finished in second place at 215 — 1 under — four shots behind Bishop. 2014 Champion Morgan Nix climbed up the leader board into third place after a tournament-low final round score of 67 (218). Past champion Will Peeples was fourth at 225.

The Championship B Flight was decided by a sudden death playoff. John Jacobs and Brad Prestridge finished the tournament tied at 238. Jacobs won with a par on the first playoff hole. Ryan Hogan was third after a scorecard playoff with Davis Weaver. Both Hogan and Weaver finished at 241.

Jason Chester was the Championship Flight Net Winner with a 54-hole total of 218.

Jeff Sanford posted a second-round 78 (157) to win the first flight by three shots over Joe Carter (160). Bill Shrader finished third by a scorecard playoff over John Payne (162).

In the second flight, Scott Head shot 80 (163) to overcome a 1-shot deficit to Chuck Whitmire (165). Doug Glidden captured third place with 168.

Jeff Stowe was the third flight winner after a second-round 82 (161) followed by Ed Waller in second with 173.

John Wright won the third flight net division with a 4 under total of 140, followed by Rick Reed at 142.

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