Ariz. Stroke Play: Former MLB star Bellhorn wins it
CHANDLER, Ariz. (April 19, 2014) -- Former Major League Baseball player Mark Bellhorn shot a 7-under 64 and won a playoff against Jake Byrum for the 2014 Arizona Stroke Play title.

Bellhorn, who was a member of the 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series championship team, put together a marvelous day at Lone Tree Golf Club following rounds of 71-73 in the first two rounds of the event.

Byrum carded rounds of 74-68-66 to finish tied with Bellhorn and force the playoff.

The two went on to play the first hole and both reached the green in two. Bellhorn buried a birdie putt and Byrum couldn't match.

Tyler Saunders and second-round leader Bryan Hoops finished tied for second place, one shot out of the playoff.

Eric Ghim, the first-round leader, and Rick Bojalad tied for fifth.

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72 holes of individual stroke play at gross with a cut to the top 60 and ties after 36 holes with a maximum field size of 144 players.

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