LEAGUE CITY, TX (March 19, 2017) -- Broc Haymon
claimed his first Texas Golf Association title with a
victory in the 2017 Texas South Mid-Amateur
presented by Impact Precision Golf. Haymon
followed up a second round 9-under 63 with a 2-
under par 70 to win by two strokes of runner-up
John Hunter. Haymon claimed the second event of
the TGA South Regional Series on the England-
Scotland Courses at Magnolia Creek Golf Club.
Haymon, from Pearland, continued his hot play
with four birdies in his first ten holes to move to 14-
under par for the Championship. Two bogeys in his
last four holes resulted in Haymon posting 12-under
for three days.
“To sleep on a lead after shooting a career
round was a first for me. I knew that I needed to
just focus on my game and not to let anyone else’s
play dictate mine. This proves to me that I can play
with the top players and do well” said Haymon with
a smile. “This is a validation to all my hard work and
focus that I have put into my time in practice and
For the second straight year Houston’s John
Hunter finished in second place after a final round 9-
under 63. Hunter, who finished second last year at
Eagle Pointe GC, put the pressure on in the
A bogey on the second hole was the only
blemish on a round that included two eagles and six
birdies. Hunter finished the South Mid-Amateur at
10-under par for three days.
In a tie for third place at 6-under par was
Houston’s Trevor Sauntry and Randy Lance, of
Spring. Both players finished their final rounds with
six birdies and three bogeys. Lance claimed the Mid-
Master recognition awarded to the low player in the
field at least 40 years of age.
San Antonio’s Colby Harwell finished alone in
fifth place and was the last player under par for the
three days at 4-under par.