Garden City, Kan (westernkansasnews.com)-After two rounds of the AJGA Championships at Buffalo Dunes, Garden City’s Taylor Larsen seem primed for a run at the title. Unfortunately it didn’t end exactly the way he envisioned.
Larsen shot a 9-over par in the final round-bringing his three-day total to 226; good for fifth place.
“My bad shots were bad today,” Larsen said. “The difference the previous two days is that I worked around my bad shots.”
Larsen was tied for the lead entering play on Thursday. Montana product Tate Tatom won the event with a final-round 74.
Tate Tatom-Gall. Gateway, Mont 72-75-74–221
Austin Murphy-Morgan Hill, Calif 77-72-74–223
Griffin Barela, Lakewood, Colo. 72-76-75–223
Jack Tianyi Cen Bradenton, Fla 78-76-70–224
Michael Hodson-Amarillo, TX 73-77-74–224
Zachary Hoskins-Orlando, Fla 72-78-74-224
Tyler Gammill-Austin, TX 77-80-69–226
Ben Fernandez-Southlake, TX 73-79-74
Taylor Larsen-Garden City 74-73-79–226
Daniel Gasper-Garden City 83-84-72-239