AJGA alumnus Cameron Smith made history at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Smith entered the final round tied with Jon Rahm, the No. 1 player in the world, at 26-under-par. With Kapalua offering the best scoring conditions in the 24 years of the event, Smith knew he had to play his finest round of golf to get the win. There were plenty of fireworks in the final group on Sunday, as Smith and Rahm exchanged a total of 15 birdies over the last 18 holes. In the end however, it was Smith who edged out the win with a birdie on No. 18 for a bogey-free final round of 8-under-par 65. His tournament total of 34-under-par 258 is the most under par in a four-round PGA TOUR event in history. This is Smith's fourth PGA TOUR title.
Smith competed in one AJGA tournament during his junior golf career, finishing T23 at the 2010 Thunderbird International Junior.
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