2016 PRGA Junior Island Championship

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May 25-27: PRGA Junior Island Championship – Bahia Beach Resort
June 2: Juegos Puerto Rico 2016 - Rio Bayamón Golf Club 
June 9-12: PRGA Championship - Coco Beach Golf Club



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PGA TOUR:With another commanding performance, Day put his stamp on No. 1 in the world by never letting anyone closer than two shots in the final round, playing bogey-free on the back nine of the TPC Sawgrass for the fourth straight day and closing with a 1-under 71 for a wire-to-wire victory.It was his seventh title in the past 10 months. The 28-year-old Australian wants to win a lot more.


Web.com Tour: Six holes on the back nine Sunday was all it took for Trey Mullinax to steal Brady Schnell’s lead, securing his first Web.com Tour victory and the Rex Hospital Open crystal in the process.Mullinax was five shots back of overnight leader Schnell entering the back nine at TPC Wakefield Plantation after going out in 38, but as Mullinax put it, he was “never out of it,” proving his point with birdies on the first three holes of the back nine and a chip-in eagle on the par-5 15th to grab a one-shot lead. Local Pro Rafa Campos, shot +5 overall and is finished t-53. campos is now projected to be 59 at the money list.



 PGA TOUR LATINOAMERICA:  At 43 years, 9 months, 11 months, the veteran O’Neal is the oldest player to win a Latinoamérica Tour event. He carded a 1-under 71 to secure the win at 10-under 278.“I’m glad it’s over,” O’Neal said, relieved after surviving a triple bogey on No. 15, where he hit two balls into the ocean. “I was playing well. I was 4-under par thru 14 and got to 15 and didn’t make a bad swing and walked off there with a seven, you know. When you get on those last three or four holes no lead is big enough with that wind blowing.”Local Pro Edward Figueroa finished +2 overal and t-30 and currently 26 at the money list. 




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