GAINESVILLE, Ga. – Surrey, B.C. native Adam Svensson captured SwingThought Tour’s Martin Honda Classic on Sunday, marking his third professional victory in just four starts.
The 21-year-old Team Canada member finished at 22-under par through four rounds at the Chattahoochee Golf Club, good enough for a five-stroke margin over runner-up Brent Witcher.
Svensson, who turned professional earlier this year in March, opened with a 6-under 66 and held the lead all the way to earn the wire-to-wire victory.
In total, the 2014 Jack Nicklaus Award winner carded four eagles and 19 birdies en route to the win. Svensson will take home $20,000 (USD) for his efforts, totalling $60,000 so far this season on the SwingThought Tour alone.
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