Greystone: Johnson rolls past field for win
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (June 24, 2012) -- Michael Johnson of Birmingham, Ala. fired a final-round 1-under 71 to finish off a stellar weekend of play and win the 2012 Greystone Invitational.

Johnson used low second (67) and third round (69) scores to inch ahead of the field, ultimately winning by four strokes with a round 10-under total for the event.

Joel Thelen of Marshall, Texas and Trey Mullinax were both tied for second place while Robby Shelton, IV of Wilmer, Ala. shot a four-round total of 3-under to finish alone in third place.

ABOUT THE Greystone Invitational

72-hole tournament, cut to the low 60 plus ties after 36 holes. Committee accepts the lowest 124 applicants based on USGA index signed by a golf professional. Greystone CC slope is 146 and the rating 74.1. It was designed by Rees Jones in 2000. The Legacy Course is a magnificent test of golf. Out of state players are encouraged to apply.

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