Australian Nick Flanagan needed three extra holes last year to defeat Chris Baryla for his first win of '07. Flanagan went on to claim two more titles en route to earning the Battlefield promotion to the PGA TOUR.
Flanagan will not defend his title as he is playing at the Byron Nelson Classic this week.
The Dominion Club has seen its share of scoring records. In 1998, Notah Begay III became the first to shoot 59 in Nationwide Tour history. In 2004, Daniel Chopra scorched the course by posting a 30-under-par 258 total.
The 30-under par shattered the low 72-hole score by four shots and matched the lowest total score (258) in tour history. Chris Smith was the first to post 258 at the 1997 Omaha Classic.
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Next up is the South Georgia Classic where John Kimbell was victorious last year.