Press "Enter" to skip to content

Dusenberry, Bahouth win 2024 Pro-Pro Championship

NAWILIWILI — Po‘ipu Bay Golf Course’s Chad Dusenberry and Nick Bahouth fired a final round 66 on Sunday to win the 2024 Pro-Pro Championship by one stroke at the Ocean Course Hokuala. The championship was presented by Golf Concepts.

Pete Clarson, of Hokuala Golf, said after competing for more than a decade in one of the Aloha Section PGA’s most storied events, Dusenberry never finished higher than sixth place.

Following the opening 18 holes, Dusenberry and Bahouth were trailing Tom Freestone and Michael Neider, of Princeville Makai, by a stroke on Saturday. Following the second 18 holes on Sunday, Dusenberry and Bahouth overtook Freestone and Neider, who ended the tournament in a tie for second place with Jeff Ingman and Kimberly Kim of Nanea Golf.

“I’ve been searching a long time for the right partner,” Dusenberry said in a news release. “I am relieved to have finally found him! This has always been a fun event. Even players on other teams still root for you and encourage you to play better. Our tight-knot community is what makes the Aloha Section PGA so special.”

Dusenberry and Bahouth’s final round was fueled by six birdies in a seven-hole stretch, including four straight on holes No. 10 through 13.

“Following an amazing 17-year run at Ka‘anapali, Hokuala offered a fun challenge this weekend for many of our state’s most talented PGA Professionals,” said Wes Wailehua, executive director of the Aloha Section PGA. “We were thrilled with this year’s exciting finish, and can’t wait to visit Pearl at Kalalau in 2025 after their grand reopening this winter.”
Source: The Garden Island

Be First to Comment

    Leave a Reply