Camilo Villegas came from 5 shots back to beat Sergio Garcia in a playoff to win the Tour Championship. His win also gave him second place in the FedEX Cup points race behind VJ Singh.
This is Villegas’ second win this year and we want to congratulate him on a great year. Things can only get brighter for this popular player!
Camilo proudly endorses the Medicus Power Max and uses it for building up clubhead speed, strength, and flexibility.
Matt Hageman of Dixon, Ill., fired a final round of 6-under-par 66 to claim the top spot on the leaderboard at the Medicus Preseason Junior in the Chicago Southland Sunday. His tournament total of 4-under-par 140 was good for a one-shot margin over Josh Clay of Canton, Ohio.
Beginning the day five shots behind the leader, Hageman recorded five birdies over his first seven holes to make the turn with the lead after opening with a5-under-par 31on the front side.
Hageman is one of several Junior Players working with Chuck Evans and Tracy Lehnecker at the Medicus Golf Institute Player Development Program based in Destin Fl. Continue reading COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN
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