Mark Anderson wins the BMW Charity Pro-Am Presented by SYNNEX Corporation – Golf News

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Mark Anderson wins the BMW Charity Pro-Am Presented by SYNNEX Corporation – Golf News 
Mark Anderson fired a six-under par 65, in the final round of the BMW Charity Pro-Am Presented by SYNNEX Corporation, to record an emphatic five-stroke victory over Tom Hoge. The BMW Charity Pro-Am was sanctioned by the Tour and was staged at the Thornblade Club, featuring some of the best young players from different parts of the world.
The former South Carolina player posted a tournament record 27-under par 259 to secure his maiden Tour victory, and it was the third highest score, in relation to par, in the history of the tour.
The American contender clearly hinted his strong intentions right from the beginning of the tournament. He fired a nine-under par score in the opening round to share the second spot on the leaders’ board.
After posting rounds of 67 and 64 on day two and three respectively, he surged to the top of the charts. He then recorded seven birdies against a lone bogey on day four to record a comfortable victory in.
Talking to the reporters, he expressed his pleasure in finally making it into the winning circle on the Tour. According to him, he focused on improving his game in the past few years and his consistent hard work finally paid him off in South Carolina.
"To get that first professional victory is the toughest," Anderson said. "This means a lot. It's been four years really and it's been a struggle this year. It really hasn't looked that great but I felt good this week.”
"This state has done so much for me as far as golf. The South Carolina Junior Golf Association and the South Carolina Golf Association can take credit for this win and lots of other wins by South Carolina natives. To get it here in front of my mom, my dad and my grandparents, it couldn't be any better,” he added.
Michael Sims, in the meantime, posted the best round of the day, as he fired a nine-under par 62, to move 36 positions up the leaders’ board, to finish tied ninth.



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