Floyd Captures Title at Inaugural Public Links Championship

SCGA Public Links Championship
Charleston Municipal Golf Course
Charleston, SC
September 24-25, 2022

Floyd Captures Title at Inaugural Public Links Championship

After a two-hole playoff, Colin Floyd (Sumter) has captured the Inaugural SCGA Public Links Championship over first round co-leader Wade Wawner (Charleston). Both players finished with an even par tournament total of 144. Mike Cobb (Summerville) finished in third place with a tournament total of 145.

The field was flighted into four flights based on first round scores for the final round. Chris Locker (Chapin) won the first flight after a final round low score of 70 and tournament total of four over par 148. Dan Wild (Charleston) finished atop the leaderboard in the second flight with a tournament total of seven over par 151. The third flight was won by Sam Stout (Mount Pleasant) with a tournament total of 161.

For more information about the SCGA Public Links Championship including detailed scoring, pairings, and results – Inaugural SCGA Public Links Championship

The 2022 SCGA Public Links Championship was played at the par 72 – 6,465 yard Charleston Municipal Golf Course in Charleston, SC. In an effort to continue the growth of the game in South Carolina, the idea to bring a Public Links Championship to state level was created at one of the best public golf courses in the state, the Charleston Municipal Golf Course. The field consisted of 74 individuals playing individual stroke play conducted over thirty-six holes.

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