After winning USDGC last year with a layup to a tap-in Nate Sexton has had a slow season, until now. Today marks Nates first win of the season, so it must be nice knowing that it comes with a historic payout. Congratulations Nate. Like a true seasoned veteran, he started a few back on the lead card and threw the only 100% scramble on the day. 10 birdies, 10 under – that’s what experience, precision, and extreme mental fortitude look like at Ledgestone. 96% inside Circle 1, 21% from Circle 2 helps you put another notch on the belt too. Check out his drive on 17, is there really anyone better with a Firebird than Nate Sexton?
Cameron Colglazier is one of the many stories today. He played the day on the third card but finished in third at 25 under par after an 11 under round. He finished the weekend in 1st place for making circle 1 in regulation at 56% of the time. That must be nice. If he could have scrambled better than 41st in the field we might be talking about a different winner. Enough words and numbers though, just check out his nasty putt on 13 for birdie:
This article was written by DGPT Editor & Writer Zach Podhorzer .