Mini Golf Tourney

Mossy Creek Mini Golf owner Kyle Cutshaw (left) congratulates Amateur Division runner-up Josh Janik (center) and winner Clayton Craft following Saturday’s tournament in Jefferson City. – DALE GENTRY | THE STANDARD BANNER

Fred Stewart rode a course record-tying 33 in the third round to his first professional win in Saturday’s first annual Tennessee Pro Mini Golf Open at Mossy Creek Mini Golf in Jefferson City.

In a field that included some of the top mini golf professionals in the country, the Richmond, Virginia pro built a five-shot lead heading into the final round before taking a five on the challenging 13th hole.

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