Cameron Champ birdied five of the last six holes to win the Sanderson Farms Championship, recovering for his first PGA TOUR victory after giving up a four-shot lead Sunday. The 23-year-old Champ won in his ninth career tour start, closing with a 4-under 68 for a four-stroke victory.
The Annual Bill Dickey Invitational Junior Golf Championship is a two-day junior golf championship held at a first-class golf facility, where young minority golfers aged 12-18 can showcase their talents, build leadership skills, and interact with industry professionals. The BDI helps identify college scholarship candidates and gives them an internationally-recognized, highly-competitive stage.
He exploded onto the golf scene this past June—literally—when his massive 350-plus-yard drives at the U.S. Open impressed even some of the PGA Tour's longest hitters. Cameron (Cam) Champ, who was T-4 in that event through 36 holes and finished T-32, says that was the first time he ever really considered turning professional. And now he's done just that. The Texas A&M senior will played his first event as a pro at the PGA Tour's OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico.