FINAL RESULTS: 2016 DAP Championship


Bryson DeChambeau 2016 DAP Championship

DAP ChampionshipIn the Sunday finale of the DAP Championship at Canterbury, Bryson DeChambeau, Nicholas Lindheim (with Northeast Ohio’s own Derek Duda on the bag!), Andres Gonzales and Julian Etulain all finished at 7-under par and headed to a four-way playoff.

Andres Gonzales holes a bomb on the first playoff hole in the DAP Championship at Canterbury.
Andres Gonzales holes a bomb on the first playoff hole in the DAP Championship at Canterbury. (Photo: Craig Fraser)

DeChambeau and Gonzales (shown above) both made birdie on the first playoff hole, ousting Lindheim and Etulain.

Bryson DeChambeau holes the par putt to win the playoff for the 2016 DAP Championship.
Bryson DeChambeau holes the par putt to win the playoff for the 2016 DAP Championship. (Photo: Craig Fraser)

Then DeChambeau won with a par on the second playoff hole to claim his first professional victory.

Web.com Tour’s recap video here:

 

Tim Rogers, Akron Beacon Journal / Ohio.com:

Bryson DeChambeau 2016 DAP ChampionLeBron James would have appreciated the drama.

The Web.com Tour’s DAP Championship, which benefits the LeBron James Family Foundation, went two extra holes before rookie sensation Bryson DeChambeau was able to win his first professional tournament on Sunday with a sudden death victory at Canterbury Golf Club.

Read the full story at ohio.com >

 

Pat Galbincea, Plain Dealer / Cleveland.com:

Bryson DeChambeau 2016 DAP ChampionGreater Cleveland golf courses have a history of launching the careers of some pretty great golfers.

Arnold Palmer won The Plain Dealer Invitational (now the Northeast Ohio Invitational) while golfing at Pine Ridge in Wickliffe during his Coast Guard days in the 1950s. And in 2006, unknown 19-year-old Jason Day earned his first professional victory by winning the Nationwide Tour’s event at StoneWater in Highland Heights.

Add the name of Bryson DeChambeau, who Sunday won the Web.com Tour’s DAP Championship at Canterbury Golf Club in a four-way playoff.

Read the full story at cleveland.com >

 
All photos above courtesy of Craig Fraser, Canterbury Golf Club member and Kiely Cup Tournament Director.

 

Derek Duda and Nick Lindheim
Derek Duda of Bath caddied his man Nick Lindheim to the DAP Championship playoff.

DAP ChampionshipFINAL RESULTS: web.com Tour Finals
2016 DAP Championship

Canterbury Golf Club, Beachwood, Ohio
September 8 – 11, 2016

Bryson DeChambeau, $180,000 64-70-68-71—273 *won playoff
Andres Gonzales, $74,667 68-69-68-68—273
Nicholas Lindheim, $74,667 69-69-69-66—273
Julian Etulain, $74,667 67-71-68-67—273
Zack Sucher, $40,000 65-70-68-71—274
Will MacKenzie, $32,375 69-67-69-70—275
D.A. Points, $32,375 65-71-68-71—275
Rory Sabbatini, $32,375 68-67-70-70—275
Scott Stallings, $32,375 74-66-70-65—275
Rick Lamb, $25,000 71-66-69-70—276
Rod Pampling, $25,000 74-66-68-68—276
Cameron Percy, $25,000 68-66-72-70—276
Chris Baker, $19,333 71-66-72-68—277
Trey Mullinax, $19,333 69-67-69-72—277
Henrik Norlander, $19,333 70-65-71-71—277
Stuart Appleby, $14,500 66-68-71-73—278
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano, $14,500 67-71-73-67—278
Scott Harrington, $14,500 67-67-72-72—278
John Mallinger, $14,500 66-69-74-69—278
John Peterson, $14,500 67-68-72-71—278
Seamus Power, $14,500 70-68-69-71—278
Chesson Hadley, $9,372 69-69-70-71—279
Andrew Landry, $9,372 66-72-69-72—279
Ted Potter, Jr., $9,372 66-71-70-72—279
Kyle Thompson, $9,372 68-68-71-72—279
Scott Pinckney, $9,372 70-67-69-73—279
Nicholas Thompson, $9,372 67-69-70-73—279
Brett Drewitt, $6,910 70-67-73-70—280
Martin Flores, $6,910 67-72-69-72—280
Rhein Gibson, $6,910 71-65-71-73—280
Andrew Johnston, $6,910 68-69-73-70—280
Cameron Smith, $6,910 71-67-72-70—280
Erik Barnes, $5,475 70-66-76-69—281
Brian Campbell, $5,475 70-70-73-68—281
Jason Millard, $5,475 67-72-69-73—281
Tag Ridings, $5,475 71-69-74-67—281
Andrew Svoboda, $5,475 70-68-72-71—281
Tim Wilkinson, $5,475 70-67-78-66—281
Eric Axley, $4,000 69-69-73-71—282
Erik Compton, $4,000 72-67-70-73—282
Stephan Jaeger, $4,000 68-69-73-72—282
K.T. Kim, $4,000 69-69-72-72—282
Whee Kim, $4,000 67-67-76-72—282
Greg Owen, $4,000 71-68-72-71—282
Michael Thompson, $4,000 69-69-69-75—282
Mackenzie Hughes, $3,050 69-68-72-74—283
George McNeill, $3,050 73-66-70-74—283
Richy Werenski, $3,050 69-70-72-72—283
Steve Wheatcroft, $3,050 67-72-74-70—283
Ryan Brehm, $2,795 73-67-71-73—284
Derek Ernst, $2,795 67-70-74-73—284
Brian Gay, $2,795 72-67-70-75—284
Andrew Putnam, $2,795 71-68-71-74—284
Wes Roach, $2,795 70-70-74-70—284
Xander Schauffele, $2,795 71-67-73-73—284
Abraham Ancer, $2,640 71-68-73-73—285
Albin Choi, $2,640 72-67-75-71—285
Jason Gore, $2,640 72-68-73-72—285
Martin Piller, $2,640 72-68-72-73—285
Adam Svensson, $2,640 70-70-74-71—285
Josh Teater, $2,570 73-66-74-73—286
Bobby Wyatt, $2,570 63-77-70-76—286
Denny McCarthy, $2,530 67-73-71-77—288
Bhavik Patel, $2,530 69-71-73-75—288
Adam Schenk, $2,500 70-70-76-74—290
Jack Maguire, $2,480 70-70-77-81—298

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