Mayson Tibbs wins Meadow Lakes Men's Club Championship
For the second consecutive year, Mayson Tibbs has won the Meadow Lakes Men's Club Championship.
The two-day tournament, which was held Saturday and Sunday, had 28 competitors.
Tibbs, who just completed his freshman year at Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls, where he is a member of the golf team, was in control throughout the tournament, rolling to an 18-stroke victory in the 36-hole tournament.
The collegiate golfer shot a three under par 69 in Saturday's opening round to take a nine-stroke lead heading into Sunday's final round.
After the first day of competition, Levi Bishop, Mike Close and Ted Kennedy were in a three-way tie for second with rounds of 78.
Tibbs was even better on Sunday, firing a six under par 66 to finish the tournament with a two-day total of 135.
Jim Montgomery, who was tied for ninth after Saturday's round with a score of 82, fired a one under par 71 on day two to finish second with a score of 153. Montgomery also won the super-senior gross division of the tournament.
Close finished third overall and won the senior gross division with a 156 total, while Tom Liljeholm was next in with rounds of 80-77 — 157.
Overall low net champion for the tournament was Bart Rison with rounds of 64-67 — 131. Rison also won the senior net championship, while Al Anderson won the super-senior net title with rounds of 75-73 — 148.