During the final round the players played an extreme course design that had islands the size of cars with no drop zones. Wysocki carded a 10 and Feldberg an 11 on different holes dropping them out of the mix, Wysocki did finish 6th making a few birdies down the stretch. McCray carded a 9 on one hole, but managed to stick with it and make the final nine. He put on a great show and entertained the crowd during the final taking 5th place.
Team 64's leader this week was Cameron Colglazier who played well and made the final nine. He fought back and forth with Nate Doss for third and showed how great of a player he has become. Colglazier hasn't traveled that much this year out of the South, but when he does he comes to play. He has straight as an arrow drives and smooth putts. He played well in the final and was a crowd favorite. The rest of Team 64 played well with many others in the cash, Matt Bell, Josh Childs, Jordan Castro, and Devan Owens all made the top 50, maintained there poise and got there hands on some of that added cash. Team 64 is really playing well and it is good timing, as the National Tour Final is three weeks away. We know that they will continue to show when quality matters choose Latitude 64!