Chris Kamin wins another Arizona Golf Association Championship
Fresh off receiving his 2022 Player of the Year hardware, Chris Kamin (71-70-64-67) secured the Arizona Golf Association's first major of the year by adding the AGA Championship to his résumé. Kamin fired -16 over four days at Aguila Golf Course and overcame a two-shot deficit headed into the final round to secure the win.
Kamin climbed the leaderboard during round three and had the course staff on course-record watch, as he shot 64 in a round that featured his second eagle of the week on hole eight. Kamin, who carded a 67 on Sunday, and defending champion Brian Blanchard were tied for most of the final round; the tie was broken when Blanchard recorded a bogey on 16.
Dating back to last year, Kamin has now captured wins in five of the last six AGA tournaments he played in: Arizona Stroke Play, Arizona Mid-Amateur Championship, Northern Amateur, Players Cup Championship and AGA Championship; four of those are AGA majors.View results for AGA Championship
ABOUT THE AGA Championship
The AGA Championship is the new tournament title
of what was formerly known as the "Arizona
Championship". 72-holes of individual stroke
play at gross with max field size of 144 players. A cut
to the low 60-players + ties will be made after 36
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