Waxahachie Country Club hosted its annual Championship Tournament over the weekend and three winners survived the three-day tournament.

Erik Barnard won the Championship Flight, Billy Rodgers won the Senior Flight and Kevin Chester took first in the Net Flight.

In the Championship Flight, Erik Barnard took the title with a three-day total of 213.

Barnard was tied with Joe McMillan after the first day as both golfers shot a 69. Barnard had to hold off a third-day rally by Gary Dreyer, who missed sending the tournament into a playoff by one stroke.

In the Senior Flight, Billy Rodgers was the only winner to win by more than one stroke as he took a two-stroke win over Pepper Wells and Eugene Dreyer, who tied for second, with a 217.

Rodgers had a four-stroke lead after a first day 68 and held on for the win despite shooting a 76 on the third day.

Kevin Chester won the Net Flight with a three-day total of 202. Chester was in third place after the first day as James Smith and Gary Lyle shot a 66 and 68 respectively.

Chester made his move on the second day with a 66 that pulled him within two strokes of first place Smith.

Smith shot a 70 on the third day, but Chester shot his second straight 66 to overtake the leader by two strokes.

Lyle shot a 65 on the third day to slip into second place with a three-day total of 203.