A Barbados national player, Stollmeyer posted an even par 72 on the last day to stave off contenders Stephen Layne and Julian Jordan and win the 10th edition of the Classic with a gross 145.
Stollmeyer said he was pleased with his performance in a competitive field and was looking forward to the regional event in St. Kitts as well as also participating in the Trinidad Open in March.
Following action on the greens and fairways , in brilliant sunshine , players collected their awards during a well-attended ceremony at the BGC club-house on Sunday night, which was hosted by sponsors RBC, and tournament organisers, the Barbados Golf Association.
BGA President Cally Boyea thanked the players, officials and sponsors for a highly successful tournament this year, which attracted over 100 players, and also offered special congratulations to the operations staff of the BGC, who were able to produce a good, challenging course after heavy rain leading up to the Classic.
Managing Director of RBC Royal Bank (Barbados) , Robert deSilva said the sponsors were happy to partner with the BGA for the Classic, which is a highlight of the local golf calendar, and also praised all who contributed to the success of the tournament.
De Silva disclosed that RBC had a rich history of supporting golf around the world, including a number of other Caribbean territories, and listed the Canadian Open and the RBC Heritage as two of the globally recognised events.
The RBC executive further related that the company was particularly pleased to partner the BGA in creating the RBC High Performance Award for deserving juniors in Barbados , which will assist with the total development of young players, both on and off the course.
Fourteen year-old Combermere student Iz Hustler and 13 year-old Xzavier Wiggins of Queens College, both junior national players, were the joint recipients of the 2014 RBC High Performance Award.
By Bernard Babb
Results of the 2014 RBC Classic:
Gross Winners: Women's Championship – (1) Leiza Munn-Blakeley (156); (2) Mavi Vergos (162); Helen Foster (165).
Nett Winners: Women's Championship – (1) Gail Fields (151); Julia Stephenson (152)
Stableford Women – (1) Zerina Belgrave (71); (2) Anne Gilbert (65 ); (3) Tommi-Ann Grant (61).
Gross Winners: Men's Championship: (1) Scott Stollmeyer (145); (2) Stephen Layne (149); (3) Julian Jordan (150).
Net Winners: Men's Championship (7 and under handicap) : (1) Nolan Clarke (140); (2) Jaleel Marshall (150); (3) Ansari Muhajiri (150).
Gross Winners: Men's 1st Flight – (1) Malcolm Hunte (158); (2) Spencer Smith (159); (3) Roger Bryan (161).
Net Winners: Men's First Flight (8-14 handicap) – (1) David Vowles; (2) Chris Cobley (145); (3) Sunil Chatrani (145).
Stableford Men - (1) David Degg (73); (2) David Hodges (72); (3) Hank Lucas (72)
Gross Winners: Senior Men – (1) Ricky Skeete (148); (2) Ivan Codrington (150); (3) Michael Haynes (151).
Net Winners: Senior Men: (1) Michael Haynes (143); (2) Gordon Walker (147)
Gross Winners: Super Senior Men – (1) Bill Weir (148); (2) Teddy Grell (151).
Net Winners: Super Senior Men (over 60 years) : (1) Dave Beatty (143); (2) Richie Alleyne (147).
Nearest -to-pin winners on Par 3 holes were: Day 1: Bill Weir, Frank Drakes, Julian Jordan, Jim Thurlow and Jaleel Marshall. Day 2: Sean Cumbernatch, Jaleel Marshall, John Odle, Frank Drakes and Glyne Skeete.
* RBC High Performance Junior Award: shared by Iz Hustler and Xzavier Wiggins.
Canada-based Stephen Layne was second in the men's championship with a gross 149.
Men's first flight winner Malcolm Hunte accepts his award from RBC's Meryl Stoute.
RBC executive Frank Drakes (right) was presented with two awards, for closest-to-the-pin shots, by Jillian Nunes of Royal Fidelity merchant Bank .