Brad Shaw wins George C. Thomas Invitational
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (July 4, 2012) -- Brad Shaw, a member of the host club, used a second-round 67 and withstood a number of solid final-rounds to win the 2012 George C. Thomas Invitational at the North Course at Los Angeles Country Club.

Shaw (70-67-75--212) outpaced a trio of second-place finishers to claim the prestigious title.

Robert Gerwin II (68-72-73--213), Bryan Norton (70-70-73--213) and Joe Sanders (71-71-70--213) all finished one shot back and tied for second.

Tim Mickelson (69-74-73--216) was alone in fourth place.

According to the Southern California Golf Association, George C. Thomas, Jr.was a legendary golf course architect who designed the courses for Bel-Air Country Club, The Los Angeles Country Club, Riviera Country Club and others in the 1920s. Thomas was a prominent rose breeder on the East Coast before gaining fame as a golf course designer. He was one of the great architects of courses in Southern California. In addition to the courses noted above, he designed those of Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, Palos Verdes Golf Club and Red Hill Country Club, among others.

Results For George C. Thomas Invitational Golf Tournament
Place  PtsScores
1IAMike McCoyW. Des Moines, IA300211
T2GAKris MikkelsenAtlanta, GA200215
T2CAJeff WilsonFairfield, CA200215
4IAGene ElliottW. Des Moines, IA100216
T5GAJohn EnglerAugusta, GA100217

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