Sunday, January 13, 2019



Canadian Crisologo retains
South American men's title

Canadian Chris Crisologo, last year's champion, and Luis Gagne from Costa Rica returned for a sudden-death play-off with the South American men's amateur championship on the line after they tied at the conclusion of four rounds' stroke-play at Los Leones Golf Club, Santiago, Chile.
Crisologo won the title for the second year in a row

Crisologo had set the clubhouse target of seven-under 281 with rounds of
72, 69, 71 and 69 for a total of 281, one ahead of Argentina's Leandro Correa who scored 68, 75, 73 and 76.

Liberton's Kieran Cantley finished 18th on 289 with rounds of 72, 72, 72 and 73.
England's Billy McKenzie was joint 19th on 290  (71-75-72-72)
Euan Walker finished on 296 with scores of 74, 73, 75 and 74 for a T32 finish.
Ireland's P O'Keefe had an aggregate of 294, made up of scores of 74, 72, 77 and 76 for a 29th place finish.

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