Arizona Short Course: RJ wood wins by 4
TEMPE, Ariz. (Feb. 23, 2014) -- RJ Wood shot a final-round 58 and closed a brilliant effort to win by four shots at the 2014 Arizona Golf Association Short Course Championship.

Wood was tied for the lead after shooting 57 in Round 1 and held on for the title at Rolling Hills.

Tom Sweigart (58-61) and Ryan Tieerdsma (57-62) tied for seconmd place while CHarlie Compili (65-56) and Scott Berren (61-60) tied for fourth place.

Set in the hills near Papago Park, Rolling Hills Golf Course offers a challenging test with elevation changes and small greens that demand precision iron play. The original course was built in 1960, and in 1987, local golf course architect Gary Panks designed the back 9 to create one of the states popular short courses at just under 4,000 yards.

In 2013, Marc Apps won this event with a two-day total of 115 at Bear Creek’s-Cub Course.

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36-hole stroke play championship with a max field size of 100 players all competing in one division at gross. All players must have an active membership with an AGA Member Club in order to participate.

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