Cameron Colglazier and Cale Leiviska turned in dominant performances over the last two weekends. Colglazier played in Mobile, Ala., last weekend for the Azalea City Classic, where he picked up a six stroke win. Leiviska skipped out on the shopping, instead grabbing his fifth consecutive win and 12th of the year Nov. 23.
Dan Hastings is on a late season tear. The North Carolina pro has now won four tournaments in a row and seven of his last eight. Chris Dickerson was also in North Carolina last weekend to collect his 28th win of the year, and Sam Lee has been no stranger to the podium himself, taking his 18th win of 2018 in Kentucky.
With reasonable temperatures still looming down south, Chris Dickerson isn’t winding his season down yet. Dickerson took to Harriman, Tenn., where he collected his 27th win of the year at The Iron Pig. Dan Hastings’ season has also stayed hot in North Carolina, as he picked up his third win in a row and sixth in his last seven starts.
Catrina Allen has looked right at home in Oklahoma. A week after picking up an 18 stroke win at the Oklahoma Open in Tulsa, the Minnesota-native posted a 17 stroke win at the 5th Annual Buffalo Run in McAlester. Cameron Colglazier has greeted fall and all of the seasonal changes that come with it by winning his last three tournaments.