Weekend Roundup: Colglazier Collects Hometown A-Tier Win, Allen Runs Away in Texas

WEEKEND ROUNDUP: COLGLAZIER COLLECTS HOMETOWN A-TIER WIN, ALLEN RUNS AWAY IN TEXAS

Article by Idris Garcia

Cameron Colglazier felt right at home in Mobile, Ala., this weekend, winning the 26th Annual City of Mobile Championship.

He was in a five stroke hole after the first of three rounds but turned it on from there. His 1076-rated second round launched him up the leaderboard into a tie for first. He then left little doubt with a 1051-rated final round to finish with a 30-under par 150 total.

Colglazier won by three throws for his second victory of the season. Matt Orum’s 24-under 156 locked up the third place spot, and Colin Forehand rounded out the top-5 with a 21-under 159.

Ezra Robinson finished a pair of strokes back in sixth.

Catrina Allen finished off a Texas two-step in dominant fashion at The Open at Belton. Allen has thrived over the last two weeks in the Lone Star State, winning the Belton event by a whopping 11 strokes to follow up her Waco Annual Charity Open victory.

She was the only Open Women’s competitor to finish under par and totaled a 10-under 182 over three rounds. Her highlight came in a sparkling 1023-rated opening round that was the hot score by 10. Allen will take one last crack in Texas at next weekend’s Nick Hyde Memorial in Rockwall before heading to Arkansas. Kevin Jones finished 6th in Open Men.

Dustin Perry grabbed his second win of the year at the ADGA Spring Fling in North Augusta, S.C. Perry stayed hot throughout the one-day, two-round event, averaging 44 points above his rating. He tossed a 25-under 87 to win by 10.

Cale Leiviska took the Minnesota Spring Opener crown in Hastings, Minn. He had more work to do, finishing tied at the top after two rounds before taking the playoff. He shot an 11-under 97. Ben Kroll finished in fifth at the event, with a 9-under 99, and Mitch Privette finished in a seventh place tie at a 3-under 105.

Daniel Polk’s 11-under 97 torched the Pro Masters 40+ division, as he finished 11 strokes clear of second. Jakey Lingle also collected a win in Intermediate.

Lance Brown came back in Roxboro, N.C., at the 10th Annual Sasquatch Open. After the first round, Brown was two throws back in fourth place, and shot the low score in round two for the win. His 6-under 129 secured his first trip to the top of the podium in 2019.

Jason Waite got a three stroke win in Pro Masters 40+ at the Sedro Slap and Tickle in Sedro-Woolley, Wash., where Matt Jackson finished second in Open.

Nick Snelling added a pair of unsanctioned wins at Crapo Trips and Middle Dubs. His doubles win marked the 4th year in a row he’s won the event.

Tournament Player - Finish
26th Annual City of Mobile Championship 🏆 Cameron Colglazier - 1st
Matt Orum - 3rd
Colin Forehand - 5th
Ezra Robinson - 6th

🏆 Mike Brown - 1st (MP40)
The Open at Belton 🏆 Catrina Allen - 1st (FPO)

Kevin Jones - 6th
ADGA Spring Fling 🏆 Dustin Perry - 1st
10th Sasquatch Open 🏆 Lance Brown - 1st
Minnesota Spring Opener 🏆 Cale Leiviska - 1st
Ben Kroll - 5th
Mitch Privette - T-7th

🏆 Daniel Polk - 1st (MP40)

🏆 Jakey Lingle - 1st (Int)
Sedro Slap and Tickle 🏆 Jason Waite - 1st (MP40)

Matt Jackson - 2nd
Crapo Trips 🏆 Nick Snelling- 1st
Middle Dubs 🏆 Nick Snelling - 1st
Throw Down the Mountain VII Chris Dickerson - 2nd
The 2nd Miyagi Michinoku Open Yutaro Sakai - 2nd
Tishomingo Spring Classic Vann Moss - T-5th
Jacob Henson - T-5th
27th Annual March Monster Donny Ferguson - T-8th
The 2019 Tony Walker Financial Open Dutch Napier - 4th
Blake Thomas - 6th

Billy Ray Osborn - T-4th (Adv)

Adam Osborn - 3rd (Int)
March Mayhem Cameron Benak - 3rd
Sherando Spartan Sam Shiley - T-3rd
DisConnect One Day C Tier @ Clarendon Kolby Sanchez - 4th (Int)
The Bear Awakens Delany Thomas - 4th (Adv)