Chris Kamin runs away with Arizona Stroke Play title
24 Apr 2022
by Kent Paisley of AmateurGolf.com

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Credit: Arizona State Golf Association
Credit: Arizona State Golf Association

Chris Kamin took a three-shot lead over John Bearrie into the final round of the Arizona Stroke Play Championship on Sunday, and following a final round 68, the Phoenix native earned a nine-shot victory at Lone Tree Golf Club in Chandler.

It marked the first Arizona Stroke Play Championship for Kamin, who previously finished runner-up in the 2020 Arizona Amateur Championship.

The round didn’t open smoothly for Kamin, who made a bogey out of the gates. However, he played bogey-free golf with four birdies the rest of the way to earn the biggest prize of his amateur career.

Bearrie, who won the 2019 Mid-Master of the Trans Mississippi Mid-Master & Senior Championship, finished with a 75 to sip into third place, behind Kamin and Joseph Lloyd, who shot a final-round 68 to move into second place.

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ABOUT THE Arizona Stroke Play

72-holes of individual stroke play at gross. A cut to the low 51 players + ties will be made after 36 holes. This is an Open event. All players must have amateur status and have an active membership with an AGA Member Club to participate. Individuals must carry an up-to- date handicap index not exceeding 8.0 under the Rules of Handicapping to be eligible to participate.

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