Reilly McMahon wins playoff at Santa Barbara County
LOMPOC, Calif. — Reilly McMahon conquered one of the toughest, if not the toughest, golf course in all of California for a sudden-death victory at the Santa Barbara County Championship on Sunday.
Play the renowned La Purisima Golf Course in Lompoc, McMahon used rounds of 72-74 to get into a playoff through 36 holes where he eventually defeated former UCLA golfer Oliver Rheinfurth, who carded back-to-back 73s.
First-round leader Ramie Sprinkling, who opened with a remarkable 1-under par 71, shot 79 on Sunday and fell back into a tie for fourth place with Brett Patton (74-76).
The lowest round of the tournament went to College of the Canyons golfer Clayton Chatterly, whose 70 in the final round boosted him into a solid third place finish.
ABOUT THE Santa Barbara County
La Purisima Golf Course is the host of the
Santa Barbara County Championship. This
hole amateur event typically boasts a
number of entries in the Championship
but also fields a Handicap Flight. Located
minutes west of Hwy 101 just outside of
Lompoc, California, La Purisima is known
fair but rigorous test of pure golf that has
challenged PGA Tour Qualifiers and earned
spot on Golf Magazine's Top 100 Places to
in the United States. It is the only course
California between Monterrey and Simi
to be named to this prestigious list.
Golfers may call 805.735.8395 for more
information or use the 'registration' or
form' button above to print an entry form.
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