Jeff Shumate of South Boston finished second in the A Flight in Tuesday’s Laidback Golf Tour tournament at Kinderton Country Club in Clarksville.

Shumate carded a round of 75 and finished one shot behind A Flight winner Fran Hensley of Ridgeway. Shumate took top honors for low net in the flight with a 65.

Hensley, who had placed second in the VSGA Womens Super Senior event at Hot Springs, earned her second win of the season, carding three birdies in her round of 74. She had won at Kinderton Country Club last year.

Shumate had three bogies and a double bogie during his round of 75, and came up a single stroke short of forcing a playoff.

Jeff Stone of Reidsville, North Carolina finished third, six shots behind Shumate.

Robbie Revis of Danville carded two birdies on his way to his way to a round of 78 and his first Tour win of the season in B Flight. Danny Daniel of Dry Fork who began his round with a double bogey, rebounded with two birdies and finished second with a round of 79. Daniel also claimed the flight’s low net prize with his net score of 66.

Bob Foyle of Yanceyville, North Carolina turned in his best round of the season in the C Flight and earned his first win. Foyle had one birdie in carding a round of 77.

Jody Myers of Danville claimed second place in the flight with his round of 85 and won the flight’s low net prize with a 66.

Willard Vicks of Danville was another repeat winner from last year’s event at Kinderton Country Club, leading the D Flight with his round of 87. Vicks had several birdie opportunities in the closing holes, but was not able to capitalize in scoring his second win of the season.

Bart Truesdell of Huddleston returned to tour competition after missing three months following shoulder surgery. He made his return memorable by claiming second place in the flight with his round of 89. He also won low net in the flight with his net score of 63.

He had the only birdie in the D Flight, allowing him to claim the whole Skins Pool prize of $170, which had been building up from several tournaments.