Sun Country Spring Stroke Play: Fullerton Wins His First

ELEPHANT BUTTE, NM (March 21, 2010)--After a torrent day of weather on Saturday, Mother Nature was kind enough to bless the final round of the SCAGA Spring Stroke Championship with sunny skies and warmer temperatures. Overnight leader Zach Fullerton of Albuquerque, NM got off to a good start with birdies on the first two holes and didn’t look back. He fired two-under on the front nine and finished the round at one-under par. Furthermore, he finished the event at even par while his closest pursuer could only muster seven-over. This was Zach’s first Sun Country victory, but you can expect many more throughout the season if he continues to play this well. Zach had these words to say about his victory and the weekend:

“It always feels good to win. I didn’t really know what to expect coming into the weekend because I just had a lesson and my game had been up and down throughout the spring season. Even so, I kept fighting for 36 holes and good things happened. Hopefully, I can keep on playing like this throughout the summer so I have a shot to win the Match Play and Amateur Championship. SCAGA fields are always stacked full of talent and I just want to continue to be in the mix on Sunday.”

ABOUT THE Sun Country Spring Stroke Play

Must be a SCAGA member. 36-hole stroke play event with men's and women's championship, men's senior championship, and net flights.

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