Mitchell wins Kentucky Junior Golf Amateur
by Scott Brown, Sports Editor Email Scott
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Tyler Mitchell
Tyler Mitchell
Tyler Mitchell won the Kentucky Junior Amateur Golf Tournament for his age division July 7-9.

Mitchell, competing in the 13-14-year-old age group, shot a 1-over 73 on the first day of the event, helped by a 1-under par front nine on day one. He shot a 75 on the second day and a 74 on the third day to secure the title.

Bradley Sutherland was tied for second place in the 17-18-year-old division after the first day with an even-par 72, two shots behind the leader. However, he shot a 78 on the second day and a 79 on the final day to finish 34th.

Curtis Mitchell was sixth after the first day in the 15-16 age group with a 75.

He shot a second round 77 and a third-round 79 to finish 16th.

In the same division, Jordan McNichols was tied for 38th with an 80, but improved with rounds of 77 and 76 to finish 26th.

Taylor Lowary was 63rd with an 85 after the first day and finished with a 93 and an 88.

Meanwhile in the Kentucky Junior Golf Association event July 2 in Glasgow, Tyler Mitchell finished second in the 13-14 age group thanks to a 4-under 32 on the back nine. Mitchell’s round of 72 was one shot behind Lexington’s Zack Butler.

Taylor Lowary and Jordan McNichols both shot an 86 and tied for 12th in the 15-16 age division.
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