St. Stephens 3rd grader wins Drive, Chip, and Putt golf contest sub-regional qualifier in Utah

    St. Stephens Indian Elementary School 3rd grader, Patrick No Runner is impressing the Rocky Mountain region with his golf skills.

    The 8-year-old is participating in the PGA of America Drive, Chip, and Putt National Contest. He won a local qualifier at The Powder Horn course in Sheridan in early August, advancing him to the Sub Regional Qualifier in Utah, and would be a good addition to anyone’s fantasy golf roster if he made it to a big competition.

    No Runner represented Wyoming by winning that event too last Saturday in at Promontory Golf Club in Park City.


    Now, No Runner continues his golf adventure to the regional qualifying event in Seattle’s, Washington, where he’ll compete at Chamber’s Bay Golf Course on September 9th. The winner of the regional qualifier gets to attend the National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club, during Master’s Week in 2019.

    August 4, 2018 at The Powderhorn Golf Club in Sheridan, Wyoming ***3 qualify

    Boys 7-9 years old (21 competitors)
    1st – Patrick No Runner (St. Stephens), 84 points – Drive 13 pts, Chip 16 pts, Putt 55 pts.
    2nd – Drew Wagner (Sheridan, WY), 81 points – Drive 15, Chip 11, Putt 55
    3rd – Porter Stender (Laramie, WY), 80 points – Drive 15, Chip 40, Putt 25
    August 25, 2018 at The Promontory Golf Course – Jack Nicklaus Design ***2 Qualify
    1st – Patrick No Runner (St. Stephens) – 122 points – Drive 32, Chip 30, Putt 60
    2nd – Cort Boman (Draper, UT) – 74 points – Drive 17, Chip 12, Putt 45




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