Trent and Tyler Leon won the weather-shortened Charlie Coe Invitational in a one-hole playoff Wednesday at Castle Pines Golf Club in Castle Rock, Colo.
The Leons, brothers who played on Oklahoma State’s 2006 NCAA Championship team, finished the 36-hole tournament tied with 2015 champions Eoin Middaugh and Taylor Wood at 10-under-par 134. The Leons birdied the 17th hole in the second round to catch first-round leaders Middaugh and Wood. Both teams birdied the final hole, setting up the playoff.
Middaugh three-putted the first playoff hole from 40 feet, handing the Leons the trophy.
Mike Booker and Pat Youngs posted a pair of 71s to win the senior division. They finished one stroke ahead of Hollis Sullivan and Jeff Dillard.
Weather adversely affected the tournament, which honors the late amateur golf great Charlie Coe, for the second consecutive year. In 2018, it was cancelled because of snow. This year it was shortened to 36 holes because of winter conditions that were anticipated to roll through the Denver area Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
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