Trent wins Southern Nevada title by four-shot margin
Photos courtesy SNGA, UNLV Athletics
Photos courtesy SNGA, UNLV Athletics

BOULDER CITY, Nev. (Dec. 16, 2018) – As the only player in the field to post back-to-back rounds under par, Jack Trent took home the Southern Nevada Championship title on Sunday at Cascata Golf Club. He was four shots ahead of Edward Fryatt.

Trent opened with a 4-under 68 and followed it with a 1-under 71. He never made higher than a bogey over the weekend. Trent, who hails from Brisbane, Australia, is a sophomore on the UNLV roster.

As for Fryatt, an opening 3-under 69 left him one shot behind Trent, but a final-round 74 left him four shots off the pace. Fryatt, who qualified for the U.S. Mid-Amateur earlier this year, was runner-up at the Crane Cup last month. He won this event each of the past two years.

Craig Erickson was third at 4 over and Daren Johnson was fourth at 6 over.

In the senior division, David Koch took first with a 5-over 149 total. He was four shots ahead of John Turk in second.

Frank Abbott won the silver division at 8 over, four shots ahead of Steve Wilson.

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