Marc Reyes takes Costa Mesa City
COSTA MESA, Calif. (August 3, 2014) -- Marc Reyes played perfect golf this past weekend, and his reward was the Costa Mesa City title.

Reyes fired rounds of 62-68 for a 130 total at Costa Mesa Club. His 12-under for 36 holes was good enough to clear second-place finisher Ricky Owaki by two strokes.

Owaki, who shot 65-67 at Costa Mesa this year, finished runner-up last year as well, losing in a playoff to Andrew Levitt.

The defending champion Levitt could not rekindle last year's magic, as he posted 67-76=143 for the weekend.

A total of 11 players finished under par for the tournament.

Mike Rawles won the senior division by carding 73-70=143. He finished one stroke ahead of Andy Horner and David Jones, who tied for second.

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ABOUT THE Costa Mesa Will Jordan Classic

This 36-hole stroke play tournament is played at The Costa Mesa Country Club.

Past champions include Mark O'Meara (1979) and Brian Lindley (1980). Lindley, who in 1981 lost in the final of the US Amateur to Nathaniel Crosby, holds the course record at the Los Lagos Course, at 59. Mark O'Meara's record speaks for itself.

Open and Senior (ages 50+) flighted divisions. All players must be 18 years of age or older. Maximum Index is 16.9. Field limited to 320 players.

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