52 holes of bogey-free golf delivered 4-time APT champion Joshua Creel his 2nd victory in a row on the tour. He finished at (-22), setting an APT record for the lowest finish at Colbert Hills in the seven years of the event.

Creel closed with a 65, one stroke off the course record.

The Wyoming native’s back to back victories is the first on APT since 2014 when Dillon Rust won the Buffalo Run Prairie Moon Casinos Classic and the OK Kids Korral Championship.

Jace Long finished in 2nd place at (-17), the best finish in his APT history. He tweeted after that Creel wasn’t human: it certainly didn’t show.

The 2018 Colbert Hills Charity Classic Champion will not have the opportunity to win three APT events in a row: he heads to a web.com qualifier next week, and a PGA Tour qualifier the following week.

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