Austin City Championship: Noonan wins his 2nd
05 Aug 2007
see also: Austin Men's City Championship, Morris Williams Golf Course


AUSTIN, Texas (Aug. 5, 2007)-- LSU senior Brian Noonan became only the seventh golfer in the 80-year history of the Austin City Championship to win back-to-back titles with his even-par final day in gusty conditions at the Roy Kizer Golf Course.

He finished at 11-under-par 274, good for a three stroke victory over Michael Cooper, who won the tourney in 2000 and 2003.

Noonan, who held off Robby Ormand in a playoff to take last year's title, took the tournament twice in a row for the first time since Ed Brooks completed the feat in 1992-93.

Top finishers follow:

-- 274 -- Brian Noonan

-- 277 -- Michael Cooper

-- 280 -- Creighton Honeck Jamie Kellam

-- 281 -- Grady Bruce

-- 283 -- Stephen Paterson Josh Luongo Phil Thomas

ABOUT THE Austin City

72-hole stroke play championship open to all amateur golfers that reside in the Austin Metropolitan area. This area includes Travis, Hays, Burnet, Blanco, Caldwell, Williamson & Bastrop counties. Played on multiple courses in the Austin area.

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