Jamie Hogan wins 48th Seth B. Atwood Classic


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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