Brian Mogg wins Bellevue Classic

June 26, 2012

By Staff

Skyline High School’s Brian Mogg was not only one of the youngest players at the Bellevue Classic but he also proved he was one of the best.

With a score of even par 142 June 10, he became the second high school student in the tournament’s 40-plus-year history to win the Classic.

Mogg bested first-round leader Sean Packer by three strokes to win $300 in prize money. He now joins the likes of Fred Couples, PGA contender and former winner of the Bellevue Classic.

A rising junior at Skyline, this was Mogg’s first nonjunior tournament.

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