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Barron staggers in but wins Lilac by four strokes

Derek Barron tapped in for bogey, his third over the last four holes, and made an arm motion like he was going to toss his ball into the hazard guarding the 18th green at the Fairways. The Tacoma native wasn’t thrilled with his finishing stretch but it hardly mattered. Barron built a comfortable lead through 14 holes and cruised to the Lilac City Invitational title Sunday by four strokes over Kevin PomArleau and Shane Prante.

Corey Prugh scrambled on 18 to make birdie to win the Rosauers Open at Indian Canyon.

Corey Prugh has won four Rosauers Open Invitational titles, but he might have outdone himself for sheer drama with his latest triumph Sunday at Indian Canyon. That’s saying something because Prugh established the tournament record of 21-under 192 in 2009, he had a hole-in-one and an eagle on No. 18 to overtake Tim Feenstra in 2011 and he birdied No. 17 for a one-shot victory in 2013.

Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers. Puyallup’s Derek Barron moved to the top of the list with a 9-under-par 62 – Saturday’s low round – for a two-day, 13-under 129. Three-time champion Corey Prugh is two shots back after a bogey-free 64.

Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers.

Derek Barron lowers Indian Canyon course record to 59

Derek Barron did something on Wednesday no other golfer, including the late, great Sam Snead, had done before at Indian Canyon Golf Course. Barron, a golf professional out of the Tacoma Golf Center, shot a course-record 59 during the pro-am portion of the Rosauers Open. He shot a 28 on the front nine and a 31 on the back to beat the previous record of 61, held by several others. Joel Dahmen was the last to card a 61 – about 10 years ago – and current Indian Canyon pro Gary Lindeblad accomplished the feat a couple of years before Dahmen.

Indian Canyon has new course record

Derek Barron, a golf professional out of the Tacoma Golf Center, shot a course-record 59 during the pro-am portion of the Rosauers Open.