The tournament was slashed to 36 holes due to inclement weather. From Golfweek-
Angela Oh defeated Jane Rah in a sudden-death playoff Sunday to win the Duramed Futures Tourâ€™s season-opening event, the Floridaâ€™s Natural Charity Classic.
The final round at Lake Region Yacht and Country Club in Winter Haven, Fla., was canceled because of inclement weather, and tournament officials opted to host a playoff between Oh and Rah, the second-round co-leaders.
After prevailing in the playoff, Oh, 21, pocketed $14,000 for the victory, her first on tour. Her previous best finish was a T-8 last year.
Oh, of Maple Shade, N.J., shot rounds of 72 and 65 to finish at 7-under 137 and tie Rah (70-67). Cindy LaCrosse placed third at 138, and Gerina Mendoza and Garrett Phillips tied for fifth at 139.
Oh was 3 over through 10 holes during the final round, slipping to fifth place before play was halted because of rain. The final round was then canceled, and those scores were not counted.
Oh won the tournament by making a four 4-foot birdie putt on the first hole of sudden death. The shortened tournament
The Duramed Futures Tour goes to Mexico next week then doesn’t play again till April 9th to the 11th in Daytona Beach Florida. I’m applying for media credentials to cover Daytona.
Also commenting on the Floridaâ€™s Natural Charity Classic is The Constructivist at Mostly Harmless.
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