Tway earns his first pro win
BOISE OPEN, ID — Former Oklahoma State golfer Kevin Tway won his first professional tournament on Sunday, beating Spencer Levin on the first sudden death playoff hole to win the Web.com Tour’s Boise Open in Boise, Idaho.
Tway shot a final round 64 to finish at 23-under par to get into the playoff.
Tway played the final four holes in 4-under, with a birdie at #15, eagle at #16, and birdie at #17. He birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Levin and get his first win as a pro golfer.
The win elevates him to sixth on the season money list, and should qualify him to play in late season PGA Tour events this year.
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