2018 World Long Drive Atlantic City leaderboard, results and prize money payouts
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2018 World Long Drive Atlantic City leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

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The 2018 World Long Drive Atlantic City Boardwalk Bash was won by Mark Costello, who beat Ryan Steenberg in the final at Atlantic City Country Club in New Jersey, with howling winds and a narrower 45-yard grid leading to some difficult matches. This is Costello's first World Long Drive win.

Costello won the $20,000 winner's share of the $50,000 purse.

In the Women's Division, Sandra Carlborg won her 20th-career World Long Drive title, beating Phillis Meti in the final on a tough-to-hit grid.

2018 World Long Drive Atlantic City Boardwalk Bash leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

Men's Open Division

Final

  • Mark Costello (344*) def. Ryan Steenberg (344)

Semifinals

  • Ryan Steenberg (371) def. Justin James (367)
  • Mark Costello (0) def. Jeff Gavin (0)

Quarterfinals

  • Justin James (374) def. Wes Patterson (365)
  • Ryan Steenberg (0) def. Kyle Berkshire (0)
  • Jeff Gavin (328) def. Paul Howell (327)
  • Mark Costello (353) def. Maurice Allen (345)

Open Division Prize Money Payouts

  • 1. Mark Costello - $20,000
  • 2. Ryan Steenberg - $10,000
  • T3. Justin James - $5,000
  • T3. Jeff Gavin - $5,000
  • T5. Maurice Allen - $2,500
  • T5. Paul Howell - $2,500
  • T5. Wes Patterson - $2,500
  • T5. Kyle Berkshire - $2,500

Women's Division

Final

  • Sanrda Carlborg (292) def. Phillis Meti (273)

Semifinals

  • Phillis Meti (256) def. Mary Driscol (255)
  • Sandra Carlborg (281) def. Troy Mullins (0)

Quarterfinals

  • Phillis Meti (282) def. Michelle Kinney (256)
  • Mary Driscol (261) def. Monica Borowicz (251)
  • Troy Mullins (282) def. Alexis Belton (274)
  • Sandra Carlborg (281) def. Jayde Panos (257)

Open Division Prize Money Payouts

  • 1. Sandra Carlborg - $7,000
  • 2. Phillis Meti - $4,000
  • T3. Troy Mullins - $2,000
  • T3. Mary Driscol - $2,000

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