Wesley Brown shoots final round 67 to dominate Sterling Asset-sponsored golf tourney

By November 26, 2020
Michelle Valentine, AVP Marketing of Sterling Asset Management presents $100,000 to Desmon Brown, Organizer of the Jamaica Pro Golf League. Michelle Valentine, AVP Marketing of Sterling Asset Management presents $100,000 to Desmon Brown, Organizer of the Jamaica Pro Golf League.

Wesley Brown followed up his first-round score of 66 on Monday with a five-under par 67 to win the two-day Sterling Asset Management-sponsored Golf Tournament by the Pro Golf League in the  at the Caymanas Golf Course in St Catherine on Tuesday.

In the final tournament on the Jamaican Pro League calendar, Brown’s exceptional play saw him finish 13 shots clear of Raymond Brown and Sean Green, who shot identical scores of 72 and 74, respectively, for overall scores of 146.

Allan Graham completed the final round with a 77 for an overall score of 150 while Orville Christie and Ricardo Perry shot 79s and 74s, respectively, to close on 153, a massive 20 shots off the winner.

Al Robinson, who was six-over on Monday, was seven-over on Tuesday for a score of 157.

Martin Butt was the best of the Senior Pros with a final round score of 73 but he just managed to hold off a charging Joel Campbell. Campbell’s 69 was the best score of the final round but had him coming up a stroke short of Butt’s combined score of 148.

Campbell was eight-over and five shots behind at close of play on Monday.

Meanwhile, Linval Higgins final round score of 78 gave him a combined score of 152 for third. Windell Stewart was a further shot back after he closed with 74, an improvement on the 79 he shot on Monday.

Joe Soe (77/79) for 156 and Ian Christie (81/77) for 158 rounded out the top five.

Sean Morris was the best of the amateurs with his final round score of 73 to register a two-stroke win over first-round leader Justin Burrowes, who shot a 79 to fall behind to finish two shots back.

Having shot a first round score of 74, Shamir Wilson wasted a glorious opportunity to challenge for the win but collapsed with an 8-over par score of 80 to register a final score of 154 to finish third, four shots off the pace.

Rocco Lopez’s opening round of 75 had also put him in early contention but he imploded massively on Tuesday with an 11-over par 83 to finish eight strokes behind the winner. He ended in a tie with Christian Chin, who shot 82 to finish on 158.

Ahman Dhiman (81) for 162 and Milan Roof (94) for 173 rounded the amateurs.

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