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players of all ages, sizes, color and skills. Fore, please.
KK Limbhasut, LOMA LINDA, CALIF.
KK, short for Khemkhon, recently topped the boys division of the Under Armour®
/ Gary Woodland Championship. The Thailand native shot a final-round 4-under 68
to win by one stroke over David Kim of Glendale, Calif.
Shannon Brooks , VIENNA, VA.
Brooks carded a final round course and tour record of 8-under 64 to win the
35-player Richmond Classic at Hunting Hawk Golf Club, conducted by the Peggy
Kirk Bell Golf Tour this spring. Brooks, 14, completed play at 3-under 141 to erase
a final-day eight-stroke deficit en route to her win.
Pailin Ruttanasupagid , SAN DIEGO, CALIF.
After only a year and a half playing in the United States Ruttanasupagid won the
Under Armour® / Gary Woodland Championship girls division by two strokes after
being tied for the lead at the end of the first round.
Chip Lutz, READING, PA.
Won the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s 78th Francis B. Warner Cup (Gross)
at Concord Country Club (par 71, 6,583 yards) May 3. Lutz carded a 6-under-par
65 to prevail by six strokes. Three years into his Senior Division tenure, Lutz now
holds three Senior titles: He is the 2010 Chapman Memorial (Gross) Champion and
reigning Brewer Cup Champion.
Justin Bryant, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Bryant captured his 2nd consecutive Metropolitan Match Play Championship May
5-6 at Old Warson Country Club in St. Louis. He defeated, as he did in 2011, 5-time
Match Play Champ Skip Berkmeyer. Bryant is completing his degree at Wake
Forest University this week before heading on to the Professional ranks later this
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