Borgata Summer Champ
And we have a winner of The Borgata Summer Open Championship as Tyng Low, 27, of Flushing N.Y. claims the crown and $211,484.
“Good, great, tremendous, fabulous,” Low told The Borgata’s tournament blog. “It means a lot. I’ve been trying to hit one like this for five years.”
Haven’t we all.
The final heads up play came between Low and Farid Jattin of Miami, who has racked up about $155,000 in tournament wins in Florida .
Low played a seven and three of hearts and actually flopped a straight when five, six, four came out. Jattin was playing six, two of clubs, which gave him top pair, but went down to Low after failing to hit a straight flush draw. He wins $117,481.
Low finished 19th at last year’s open championship (and spent some time as chip leader), winning about $3700, but took the the trophy this time.