Weekend Roundup: Dickerson Collects Win No. 27, Hastings Gets Third in a Row

WEEKEND ROUNDUP: DICKERSON COLLECTS WIN NO. 27, HASTINGS GETS SECOND IN A ROW

Article by Idris Garcia | Cover Photo by Alyssa Van Lanen

With reasonable temperatures still looming down south, Chris Dickerson isn’t winding his season down yet. Dickerson took to Harriman, Tenn., where he collected his 27th win of the year at The Iron Pig. 

He heated right up despite the chilly morning start and posted a 1051-rated 9-under par 54 in round one to take a six stroke lead out of the gate. He closed out the win with a matching 9-under 54 in the afternoon round to add three more strokes and total an 18-under on the day. 

Dickerson still has two more scheduled tournaments remaining for the year as he hovers closer to 30 wins. 

Dan Hastings’ season has also stayed hot in North Carolina, as he picked up his second win in a row and sixth in his last eight starts. Last weekend’s trip to the top of the podium came at the Bark Buster Bonanza VII in Rocky Mount. 

Hastings finished with a 31-under 205 over four rounds. He jumped out to a two stroke lead in round one but a tough second round put him four strokes out of the lead. He was able to bounce back in the third round to retake the lead and seal the deal in the fourth to win by four throws. Lance Brown took second while posting a 1054-rated hot score in round two.

Colin Forehand took the 8th Annual Valdosta Open crown in Georgia, his second win in as many weekends. Forehand took the win in convincing fashion with a 14-under 207 for three rounds and a final nine.
Led by a 1050-rated opening round and a 1043-rated final nine, he finished nine strokes ahead of second. 

Tournament Player - Finish
Bark Buster Bonanza VII 🏆 Dan Hastings - 1st
Lance Brown - 2nd
The Iron Pig 🏆 Chris Dickerson - 1st
8th Annual Valdosta Open 🏆 Colin Forehand - 1st
Devil’s Grove Season Ender Josh Seeley - 2nd
Crow's Lake Classic Michael Gibney - 2nd
Jason Light - 3rd