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Boone Golfer Fires a KW Tour-Record of 64 in Tri-Cities Tournament
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. -- Tommy Miller of Boone, N.C., fired an eight-under 64 this past Saturday to set the all-time national scoring record in the 10-year history of the Keller Williams Amateur Golf Tour. Miller, a regular member of the Tri Cities division of the Keller Williams Tour, recorded nine birdies and one bogey during a tour stop at Tri Cities Golf Club in Blountville.
The 31-year-old former Auburn University golfer spread his birdies throughout his round, never making more than two in a row. His 64 breaks the previous all-time low of 65, set in 2003 by James Douris of the tour's Daytona division, and tied earlier this by Jeremy Revis of the tour's Upstate S.C. division. Revis has since turned professional.
Miller's victory was his second this year and fourth career KW Tour win. His previous low score was 70 at Patriot Hills in May, and he finished eighth in the 2003 Keller Williams Tour Championship last October in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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