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Left to right: Monte Montgomery, Zack Christ, Zach Johnson, Evan Ives

June 12th (Las Vegas, NV) – The second TP Classic of 2017 is in the books. On a miracle-type 83 degree day in Las Vegas, Shadow Creek Golf Course served as a very special site. Host golf professional and TM staffer, Monte Montgomery provided a perfect venue with a fair but challenging setup. This historic Fazio design provided a lot of excitement as we had 4 qualifiers for the TaylorMade National Championship next March at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Zach Johnson, Davis Park Golf Course fired an impressive 7-under par round of 65 taking top honors. Host professional Monte Montgomery followed closely with a 5-under par round of 67 to lock in second place.  Zack Christ, Fountain Grove Golf & Athletic Club took home third place honors with a 3-under par round of 69 and final qualifier was Evan Ives, CordeValle Golf Club with a 2-under par round of 70.

 

Congratulations to Chris Lancerini, Olympic Club, San Francisco, CA who was selected as a sponsor’s exemption into the National Championship at Pebble Beach.  Chris was selected through a blind draw of staff professionals who were recognized for their outstanding support of the TaylorMade brands through staff longevity and business accomplishments.

Many thanks to all who participated in this fantastic event. Please contact your TaylorMade sales representative for information on other TP Classics this year.

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