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Among the center's capabilities are 3-D motion capture, Doppler radar and four-camera vidio motion analysis. More information on the tournament and the Geronimo and Cochise Courses can be found on this website. – PJ Samiere (67-66-67-67-267) of Kailua, Hawaii, and a rising junior at San Diego State University shot a final-round three-under-par 67 on Saturday to capture the 101st Southwestern Amateur Golf Tournament at the Desert Mountain Club’s Cochise Course in northeast Scottsdale.Braden Bailey (68-67-67-68-270) of Groves, Texas and Derek Bayley (65-71-66-68-270) of Rathdrum, Idaho tied for second at 10 under par.

JT earned his PGTour card by ending up in the top 25 on the Tour in 2016.To minimize the effects of Arizona's summers, players may use carts and play will be in morning waves only.The Geronimo and Cochise Courses will be played on the first two days.Cummins faded on the back side, shooting a six-over-par 41 to finish at five-under-par 275, in a tie for ninth. He also is the first Arizona State University Sun Devil player to win the prestigious championship since 1989 when Scott Frisch won his third consecutive (1987-89) Southwestern Amateur title.Sohn – who won the 2015 Arizona State High School Championship at Hamilton High School -- becomes the second consecutive winner of the tournament from Hawaii, joining last year’s champion, P. Sohn said the win comes “at a great time for me as I look ahead to my summer schedule.Its Cochise Course, where last year's Champions Tour Schwab Cup was played, will play host to next year's tournament with the Geronimo Course also used for the first two rounds.

Format for the tournament remains the same: 72-hole stroke play competition conducted over four consecutive days.

I really did not finish my college season that way I wanted to, but I am hoping that this victory will get me into a number of big events later in the year.

I really need to give a lot of credit to our coach Matt Thurmond who showed a lot of confidence in me at the end of the spring season.

“I knew coming into today’s round that even par would not get the job done,” Sohn said, “so I tried to control my emotions and got off to another good start.

I bogeyed the fifth hole, but came back with another birdie from five feet at the sixth hole, before doubling the par-three seventh when my tee shot came up short and went into the water.” After parring the eighth and ninth holes, the soft-spoken native of Honolulu made three birdies (Holes 10, 11 and 18) on the back side to secure the victory, fending off first-round leader Quade Cummins who shot a front-side five-under-par 30 to tie Sohn at the turn.

A complete tournament summary can be found in our archives.