Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Nagy ninth in All-America Golf Classic

Charlotte 49ers three-time all-America Corey Nagy, a former standout at Vance High, shot one-over par 72 in the final round of the Western Refining All-America Golf Classic to finish in ninth place in the 32-player field.

Nagy was making his third appearance in the event, which attracts all-America golfers from the previous season.

Nagy shared the lead after an opening round of seven-under par 64 and fired one-over par 72 in each of the final two rounds to card a three-round total of five-under par 208.


Anonymous said...

The kid is a pro! He will be a long-time PGA pro and will live a lucrative life because he is committed and talented. -- Mark

Anonymous said...

Good to see Charlotte Kid having so much success as a Division one All American.
Coach Jamie Green made a great late decision to bring Corey to Charlotte.
It's a great story.

Anonymous said...

Could be a great story Corey to win the Quail Hollow event

Anonymous said...

Can watch Corey play in UNCC event at Irish Creek in May 2010.
Charlotte should come out to see him play.