Toledo downs Moon for first Adams Tour win
Garden City, KS (westernkansasnews.com)-After 16 holes on Sunday, it appeared that Guatemalan Jose Toledo’s quest of taking home his first pro title in the states would be nothing short of a sure thing.
But then came the par-4 17th, which nearly cost Toledo his title hopes. He ended up bogeying the hole, while Alex Moon parred his final three holes to force a playoff.
In the overtime though, Moon’s comeback fell short after he missed a four-foot put for par, giving Toledo the title of the 37th annual Southwest Kansas Pro Am.
“I just wanted to give myself a chance for birdie in the playoff,” Toledo said afterwards. “I put myself in a bad position after making a mistake on 17.”
As poorly as Toledo finished, his start was just the opposite. He was brilliant on the front nine, birdying four of his first nine holes. Then he drained two more on 10 and 11.
Jose Toledo, Guatemala SW 68-70-66—204#
Alex Moon, Dallas BD 69-69-66—204
Mark Walker, Hurst, Texas SW 69-69-67—205
Nick Mason, Denver BD 70-70-66—206
Kyle Weldon, St. Louis BD 71-68-67—206
Blake Pugh, Southlake, Texas BD 73-69-65—207
Charles Wang, Bradenton, Fla. SW 69-71-67—207
Dustin Morris, Crosby, Texas SW 71-66-70—207
Chris Ward, McKinney, Texas BD 69-68-70—207
Tanner Kesterson, Plano, Texas BD 71-67-69—207
Albert Miner, Dallas BD 67-74-67—208
Derek Tolan, Highlands Ranch, Colo. BD 70-69-70—209
Joshua Creel, Cheyenne, Wyo. SW 71-70-69—210
James Knous, Englewood, Colo. SW 70-70-70—210
Blake Trimble, Houston BD 71-69-70—210
Drew Evans, Dallas BD 71-69-70—210
Logan McCracken, Okla. City, Okla. BD 71-68-71—210
Joe Migdal, Ballwin, Mo. BD 67-70-73—210