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Isagawa finishes second in second college tournament, Cyr leads
October 6, 2011 - Robert Collias
Good news for two of the best prep golfers ever to play on Maui on Wednesday — Oregon freshman Cassy Isagawa, who has been in school for a week and a half, finished second in the second college tournament of her career for the 34th-ranked Ducks. Her 1-under-par 215 total for three rounds at the Ihlanfeldt Invitational is already the 10th-best score in school history.
The 2010 Junior PGA Championship winner and state champion for Baldwin the same year finished 11th, topping her team, in her first tournament last month.
Let's just say, IMHO, this young lady is headed for the big-time.
In the pro ranks, Sam Cyr, a King Kekaulike graduate and two-time NAIA champion for Point Loma Nazarene, matched the best score of his professional career Wednesday and his 6-under 65 has him in the lead alone after one round of the Gateway Tour Championship at The Rim Club in Payson, Ariz. Cyr qualified for this event by being 20th on the Gateway Tour money list, with $21,076, for the tournament that takes the top-34 money winners from the mini tour that plays in Arizona and California. Later this month, Cyr will be at the first stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School.
Also, a young man moving quickly on his way up the golf food chain.
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