David Braxton and Kyle Hayashi defeated Ben Hongo and Doug Bohn in an all-Maui playoff to win the Kaanapali Pro-Pro Championship on Monday at the Kaanapali Royal Course.
Braxton, a professional at Elleair Maui Golf Club in Kihei, and Hayashi, who is not affiliated with a club, claimed the title in the Aloha Section PGA event when Hongo and Bohn, both from Kapalua, bogeyed the first extra hole.
Hayashi tapped in for par to secure the win.
MELISSA DUPUIS photo
MELISSA DUPUIS photo
Both teams closed with 7-under-par rounds of 64 to finish regulation at 12-under 130.
Braxton and Hayashi will share $3,000 for the victory. Hongo and Bohn won $2,000.
Braxton and Hayashi finished as the runners-up each of the previous two years.
Kaanapali Pro-Pro Championship
Monday's Final Round At Kaanapali Royal Course
x-won on first hole of playoff
|x-David Braxton and Kyle Hayashi, $3,000||66-64—130||-12|
|Ben Hongo and Doug Bohn, $2,000||66-64—130||-12|
|David Havens and Roscoe Branch, $1,250||64-68—132||-10|
|Ryan Michimoto and Kevin Shimomura, $1,250||67-65—132||-10|
|Kirk Nelson and John Galarita, $700||68-65—133||-9|
|Kevin Hayashi and Lance Taketa, $700||69-64—133||-9|
|Chris Keiter and Darren Sayre, $450||65-70—135||-7|
|Chris Armanini and Elliot Gouveia, $450||69-66—135||-7|
|Jerry King and Matt Pakkala, $350||69-67—136||-6|
|Tim Patrizio and Kelly Nakashima, $250||68-69—137||-5|
|John Bascuk and Sam Rodriguez, $250||70-67—137||-5|
|Mark Shimomura and Lee Sakugawa, $250||69-68—137||-5|
|Kevin Carll and Travis Joerger, $250||71-66—137||-5|
|Rohn Stark and Johann Emanuel, $200||68-70—138||-4|
|Jeff Ferry and Juan Rodriguez, $200||73-66—139||-3|
|Mike Jones and Scott Carroll, $150||70-71—141||-1|
|Chad Dusenberry and Steve Murphy, $150||74-67—141||-1|
|Todd Rego and Joe Phengsavath, $150||77-64—141||-1|
|Rick Castillo and Ron Huffman||74-68—142||E|
|Eddie Lee and Renee Lee||72-71—143||+1|
|Steve Henry and Dawn Kaneshiro||71-73—144||+2|
|Kevin Ralbovsky and Ken Springer||74-70—144||+2|
|Chris Black and Andy Wituszynski||71-74—145||+3|
|Bill Hunt and John Radke||73-72—145||+3|
|Daniel Nishimoto and Dean Prince||74-71—145||+3|
|Duane Otte and Josh Silliman||71-75—146||+4|
|Sutee Nitakorn and Frank Luchowski||72-74—146||+4|
|T.J. Figueroa and Ed Angulo||70-77—147||+5|
|Rusty Hathaway and Darrell Rego||74-73—147||+5|
|Brandon Nahale and John Harman||77-70—147||+5|
|Mark Seki and Duane Pacheco||75-74—149||+7|
|Mark Keith and Wes Keith||74-76—150||+8|
|Ed Kageyama and Scott Ashworth||76-74—150||+8|
|Brad Bowen and Craig Furtado||74-77—151||+9|
|Lee Kagawa and Tim Murphy||78-76—154||+13|
|Shaun Steile and Chris Appling||79-75—154||+13|
"The third time's a charm," Braxton said.
Braxton and Hayashi did not have a bogey in the tournament.
"The Royal Course played great this weekend," Braxton said. "It was set up with very good conditions."
Kaanapali's Roscoe Branch and David Haven, the first-round leaders, shot 68 to finish at 132, tied for third with Ryan Michimoto of Kapalua and Kevin Shimomura of Oahu's Ko Olina Golf Club, who shot 65.