ELIZABETHTON -- Cayman Ratliff saved his best for last, and boy, his best was pretty spectacular.
Two late eagles enabled Ratliff to run away with the Carter County Bank East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament in record-breaking fashion on Sunday.
Clinging to a two-stroke lead midway through the back nine, Ratliff made two eagles in a three-hole stretch at Elizabethton Golf Course to pull away. The result was a 10-stroke victory in the most dominating performance in the tournament’s 20-year history.
Ratliff shot a six-under-par 66 on Sunday, putting him 16 under par (200) for the tournament. He broke the event’s scoring record by two shots and his margin of victory was the largest ever as well.
Click here for full article.