Kurtz, Kropp win playoff in Oak Tree National Pro/Scratch

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Amateur David Kurtz Jr. rolled in a birdie putt on the first playoff hole as he and partner Will Kropp won the Oak Tree National Pro/Scratch Sunday, edging Scott Verplank and Mickey Tettleton.

Both teams had shot 10-under-par 132 through 36 holes in the best-ball format.

Third place went to pro Max McGreevy and amateur Cooper Johnson with rounds of 65-68 for 133, just one shot behind. Tied for fourth were the team of brothers Cameron (professional) and Caleb Meyers with the team of Mark Walker and Brandon Scott at 7-under 135.

Other scores:

T-6, 137 Willie Wood/Jeff Oakes, Jesse Heinly/Zach Cleland

T-8, 140 Cory Hale/Ryan Munson, Gil Morgan/Bill Bishop, Heath Myers/Scott Kedy

11, 141 Tyler Bayless/Alec Heinen

12, 142, Trent Whitekiller/Tag Horner

13, 143 Michael Lee/Noah Allen

T-14, 144 Landon Ewing/Charlie Crouse, Scott Kelly/Lee Daniels, Kyle McGarrett/Garrett Steggs

18, 155, Adam Miller/Justin Ramer

19, 159, Shane Fontenot/Lesley Knight
20, 160, Johnathan Allen/Doug Wilson



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