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New records set and other “firsts” at Coral Canyon Amateur

There were a handful of “firsts” at last weekend’s Coral Canyon Amateur, the first UGA PPR tournament of Utah’s Southern Swing, including a new competitive course record, a new tournament scoring record and the first competitive tournament for 2023 U.S. Adaptive Open (seated chair) champion Max Togisala on his road to Utah’s 2024 tournament golf season.

Coral Canyon Amateur champion, Boston Bracken

Arizona State University commit Boston Bracken, the UGA’s 2023 Player of the Year, secured the victory with a remarkable 36-hole total of (-15) 129. Bracken’s 64-65 set a new tournament record for the revamped Coral Canyon layout.

Coral Canyon Amateur runner-up, Bowen Mauss

Bracken’s future ASU teammate, Bowen Mauss, the 6A Boys State Golf medalist, finished two shots back with rounds of 67-64. University of Utah golfer Tanner Telford also finished T2 with rounds of 65-66. Brothers and BYU teammates, Zac and Cooper Jones, rounded out the top five at (-9) 135 and (-8) 136, respectively. Bracken and Mauss jointly claimed the new competitive course record at Coral Canyon, both posting eight-under rounds of 64 during the 36-hole event.
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