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Marcus Byrd claims first title on APGA Tour at TPC Louisiana

Marcus Byrd claimed his first skilled title on Tuesday at the APGA occasion at TPC Louisiana in New Orleans. Byrd closed out a final-round 69 with a birdie on the par-5 18th gap and wrapped up a single-stroke victory over Rafa Guerrero Lauria.

Byrd completed the 36-hole occasion with an 11-under 133 whole. The 23-year-old from Nashville managed to carry off Lauria regardless of making double-bogey on the tenth gap and Laura throwing out seven consecutive birdies mid-round.

This is barely the sixth APGA Tour begin for Byrd, who performed collegiately for Middle Tennessee State and certified for the 2020 U.S. Amateur.

“I’m happy with the way I kept my composure. When a guy makes seven birdies in a row, it gets disconcerting,” stated Byrd, who took house the winner’s purse of $7,500. “I was able to play the best golf I could to get it done, so that’s good.”



Marcus Byrd competes Tuesday at TPC Louisiana.

Willie Mack took third with a 6-under 141 and now heads to the Korn Ferry Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am in South Carolina on June 10-13 as a sponsor exemption.

Behind Mack, 5 gamers tied for fourth: Patrick Newcomb, Trey Valentine, Landon Lyons, Michael Herrera and Wyatt Worthington. Kevin Hall completed ninth and Tommy Schaff of Ridgeland tied with Ryan Alford for tenth.


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