Jamie Hogan makes the most of his first local tournament of the summer. Hogan, the reigning City Champion, won the 48th playing of the Seth B. Atwood Classic.
Hogan shot a 73 Sunday delivering him a five-stroke victory with a total of 145 after two rounds.
“Hit some good iron shots, and then just putted well enough,” says Hogan. “You know just kind of did a little bit of everything just right I guess.”
Hogan won while battling a shoulder injury that kept him out of the Mauh-Nah-Tee-See Match Play Invitational two weeks ago. The belly putter style golfer has collected a good amount of wins throughout the years, and they still mean just as much today as they did when he first started playing.
“I’m 48 [years old] now so you’re not sure how many more years you’ll be able to keep on going,” says Hogan. I appreciate it as much as years past.”
Defending Atwood Classic Champion Danny Gorman (150) shot a 78 on Sunday, and finished tied for second with Matt LaMarca.
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