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Chris Thomas, Sean O’Donnell Win 2021 Club Team Championship

GILBERT – Chris Thomas and Sean O’Donnell took home a new trophy as the 2021 Club Team Championship champions after the pair from Arrowhead Country Club shot a 14-under 58 at Seville Golf and Country Club on Monday. It wasn’t without a fight though as 2020 champions, Carson Kemp and Garrison Campbell representing Longbow Golf Club finished just two strokes behind the leading pair. For Thomas and O’Donnell strong, consistent play – emphasized by a bogey-less front and back nine as well as eight consecutive back-nine birdies – propelled them to victory. With that, the pair end the 2021 AGA Championship season on a high note.

Link to full results: https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/3322355

ABOUT the Club Team Championship:
The Club Team Championship was formed in 1998 to celebrate the AGA’s 75th Anniversary and has proven to be one of the most popular events of the season. The format is a two-person scramble played at gross and net within flights. Partners must be from the same club and may be comprised of two men or one man and one woman. There is no limit to the number of teams a club can send to one of the qualifying tournaments that will be held in November.

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2021 Arizona Golf Overseed Schedule

October 12, 2021

In case you missed it… our 2021 AGA Overseed Schedule is available to view and download.

Additionally, you can find it in our latest issue of the AZ Golf Insider Digital Magazine, which is shown below.
Click on the image to read the latest issue or continue scrolling to view and/or download the Overseed Schedule in PDF form.

Download the 2021 Overseed Schedule – Arizona Golf Association

*Pro-tip: use CMD+F (Mac) or CTRL+F (Windows) on your keyboard to quickly search for the course and/or dates you are looking for.

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Scottsdale Prep Academy Earns First Team Title at D-III State Championship

Scottsdale prep golf team wins D3 State Championships at omni Tucson
Words by: Andy Morales, AZPreps365

Scottsdale Prep shot a 7-under-par 273 on Tuesday to pull away from Valley Christian at the Division III state championships held at the OMNI Tucson National. The Spartans held a slim 4-stroke lead over the Trojans after the first round on the Sonoran Course on Monday but that lead grew as the day went on and the program finished with a 40-stroke victory (572 to 612) to claim the first golf championship for the program.

It was the biggest margin of victory at the D-III level since 2009 when Snowflake beat Payson 595 to 652. In addition, Scottsdale Prep sophomore Adam Miller finished 3-under on Tuesday to claim the individual state championship with a 1-under 139. His teammate, junior Talia Gutman, finished three strokes back for second place after she shot a 3-under on Tuesday. Arizona College Prep senior Rajveer Sethi also took second place after he finished with the best round of the tournament with a 4-under 66.

Gutman’s runner-up finish was the highest for a female athlete playing in D-III since former Estrella Foothills standout Sarah Freeman won a state title in 2007. Former Yuma Catholic standout Alexandria Schmunk took third place in 2018 and 2019.

Valley Christian won six of the last seven D-III championships, including 2018 and 2019, with former standout James Mackie winning it all as a freshman and as a senior in 2019. Now competing for California Baptist, Mackie took second place at the WAC championships earlier this month.

Mackie was the first freshman to win a championship in 2016 and Rancho Solano Prep freshman Brantlee Howard finished nine strokes back to take ninth place this year. As a team, Scottsdale Prep had four finishers in the top six and only Davis Johnson is a senior. Johnson took second to Mackie in 2019.

AZ College Prep took 12th place last year and Rajveer Sethi took 22nd.

Story via: Andy Morales, AZPreps365