What's better than tying a course record as an 18-year-old while on your way winning a prestigious junior event? Being able to watch it on TV.
Nicholas Reach will have that pleasure when CBS airs a special on May 22 at 2 p.m. highlighting the inaugural Junior Invitational at Sage Valley Golf Club. The Florida resident shot an opening 62 during the three-round tournament and ended up winning by a eight shots against a field of 54 of the top young amateurs in the world.
Reach also had the special honor of being congratulated in person by PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem. With the win, he earned a spot in a
The tournament was created by Weldon Wyatt, a real estate developer who built Sage Valley, designed by Tom Fazio, in 2001. The Graniteville, S.C. course is ranked No. 81 in Golf Digest's America's 100 Greatest Courses.
Anthony Paolucci, the 2010 American Junior Golf Association Player of the Year, finished 14th, a testament to the strength of a field containing golfers representing 19 states and 19 countries.
-- Golf Digest Digital Staff