King rallies to win Tri-City Open golf title

June 29, 2014 

Casey King fired a 3-under-par 69 on Sunday to win the professional division of the Golf Universe Tri-City Open at Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick.

King’s 69 gave him a two-day total of 141, which was two strokes better then four others tied for second — Tony Robydek, Michael Roters, Travis Paul, and Ben Nelson.

For his efforts, King won $2,300.

Southridge High graduate Nick Atkin dominated the top amateur division with a two-day total of 139.

Kennewick’s Mike Combs was second with a 147.

Professional division

1. Casey King, 141, $2,300; 2. (tie) Ben Nelson, 143, $900; Travis Paul, 143, $900; Michael Roters, 143, $900; Tony Robydek, 143, $900; 6. Corey Prugh, 144, $400; 7. (tie) Brady Sharp, 147, $100; Dylan Maine, 147, $100; Shane Prante, 147, $100.

Division 1 Amateur

Gross

1. Nick Atkin, 139; 2. Mike Combs, 147; 3. Kurt Simmons, 150; 4. Chris Indall, 153; 5. Mike Smithee, 154; 6. (tie) Kyle Hein 155; Barry Kamphuis 155; George Mackie 155; Eric Dahl 155; Alex Pedroza 155.

Net

1. (tie) Ken Wade, 141; Gearard Lomas 141; 3. (tie) John Hibbard 143; Cory Miller 143; 5. Jin Park 144; 6. (tie) Earl Anema 145; Karl Senekham 145.

Division 2 Amateur

Gross

1. Sean Simper, 153; 2. Tim Peterson, 158; 3. Manning Widener, 160; 4. Loren Lux 163; 5. Andy Hunt 164; 6. Kevin Mallory 165.

Net

1. (tie) Rudy Ollero 135; Chris Williams 135; 3. (tie) Tommy Dang 141; Mike Batdorf 141; 5. Ed Young 142; 6 (tie) Tanner Brown 144; Dave Ennis 144.

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