CANONSBURG, Pa. – Cal senior Joël Stalter (73-68-75-80 – 296, +12) wrapped up the Web.com Tour’s Mylan Classic on Sunday, finishing in 66th place as the only amateur of the six in the 144-player field to make the 36-hole cut. Stalter fell 12 spots on the leaderboard from where he started his fourth and final round with a nine-over par 80 on Sunday at the par-71, 6,951-yard Southpointe Golf Club.
“It was obviously tough to finish like that,” Stalter said. “I didn’t get too lucky today, but it was a great experience overall. I had a lot of fun this week and it certainly helped me realize what I need to work on to get better and be ready for the upcoming season. What does not kill you makes you stronger, so I just need to take all the positive things I got out of this week and get ready to play again soon.”
Stalter started on the back nine Sunday and bogeyed his first hole of his round on the par-four 10th. He had back-to-back bogeys on the par-four 16th and 17th to make the turn in three-over. He started his second nine with a quadruple bogey on the par-four first hole and then bogeyed the par-four second and par-four ninth for his final score.
Ben Martin (66-67-67-67 – 267, -17) won the event by five strokes.
INDIVIDUAL MEDALIST (after 4 of 4 days/4 of 4 rounds/72 of 72 holes)
1. Ben Martin 66-67-67-67 – 267 (-17)
CAL PLAYERS (after 4 of 4 days/4 of 4 rounds/72 of 72 holes)
T66. Joël Stalter 73-68-75-80 – 296 (+12)
Cut after 36 holes
Max Homa 74-70 – 144 (+2)