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In Boys 14, Ryggs Johnston (Montana, USA) posted the best score in tournament history - a 10-under-par 62 that included nine birdies and an eagle - and he had the clubhouse lead at 8-under-par with nine players left to finish. Second-round leader Grant Smith (North Carolina, USA) remained unfazed, as birdies on Nos. 12, 14 and 15 helped him finish with a final-round 69 and a one-stroke victory with a 9-under total. read more

"The 2014 Mount Pleasant Open will showcase the best golf in the Lowcountry, while supporting those who have persevered through the struggles of cancer," said Patriots Point Links General Manager Brad Parker. "It is the strength of these individuals that make us proud to support them through golf." read more

"Discovering and nurturing talented young players from around the world is among the aims of the Faldo Series," said six-time Major championship winner Faldo, Britain's most successful golfer. "I'll be following closely the results from Kau Sai Chau and look forward to meeting the Hong Kong Championship winners at the Grand Final." read more

"There's something in it for everyone, as well as exceptional views all the way around. I believe it will hold up against the better courses in this region and maybe the world," said Sir Nick Faldo of the Laguna Lăng Cô Golf Club course that will stage in the seventh Faldo Series Vietnam Championship. read more

"We salute Miami Mayor Gimenez for spearheading a Youth Sports Challenge and for including golf in the mix," said SNAG CEO, Terry Anton. "The Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation Department runs one of the largest junior golf programs in Florida and SNAG equipment and programming is at every event." read more

"Everyone at the South Carolina Golf Center is so excited that Hailey won the 2014 Women's Blade Championship," said Hugh Royer III, Hailey's golf coach and golf instructor at South Carolina Golf Center. "During our golf lessons together she is extremely dedicated and hard working and that comes across in her golf game." read more

"They pretty much thought we were ready to go," said Patrick Joyce, club general manager, after the PGA Tour conducted its two-day course evaluation. "They want us to change some rough heights and fairway lines, but that's it. It's a huge testament to the job John did here." read more

"We have been looking forward to the return of this event. It is an honor and privilege to host an event that benefits young people and pays tribute to our dear friend Todd Welden," PGA Director of Golf Operations Bob Seganti said. read more

"To shoot a 66 at the Angkor Golf Resort is a notable achievement, especially for such a young player and in a tournament scenario," said six-time Major championship winner Nick Faldo, Britain's most successful golfer. "I look forward to seeing how Putt tackles another of my courses, at Mission Hills early next year." read more

"We are truly honoured to be hosting the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Gullane in 2015. The club has a history that stretches back to 1882 but golf has been a part of Gullane for well over 350 years. Golf is at Gullane's core, the village is surrounded by courses," said Robert Dick, captain of Gullane Golf Club. read more

"Clearly, Ye is a young man of exceptional potential," said six-time Major championship winner Sir Nick Faldo, Britain's most successful golfer, referring to the 14-year-old who created history last year when he qualified for the Volvo China Open, becoming the youngest player in a European Tour event. read more

"The pros are going to have a challenge with the course, which is in great shape. We will put our best foot forward to promote Fayetteville and our facility," said Gates Four general manager Kevin Lavertu. read more

"Discovering and nurturing talented young players from around the world is among the aims of the Faldo Series," said six-time Major championship winner Nick Faldo. "It's also pleasing that the standard of play in general continues to improve, and especially among the mainland Chinese contingent. I'll be following closely the scores from Mission Hills this week." read more

"This is a wonderful opportunity to contribute to a noteworthy event as well as meet and great with the nation's BEST golfers. In addition it will provide volunteers a once in a lifetime experience. This is only the fourth USGA individual championship held in Southern California during the past ten years and the FIRST in Orange County," said Jack Norberg, U.S. Senior Amateur Championship Committee Fundraising Chairman. read more

"TPC Harding Park is a world-class facility and San Francisco is a mecca of the best sports, cultural and entertainment events the world has to offer, so today's exciting announcement only serves to further the City's stature in that respect, and is a wonderful extension of our long-standing partnership with the PGA TOUR," said San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee. read more