May 4, 2008
Valdosta -- Bryan DeCorso fired his fourth-straight sub-70 round Sunday at Kinderlou Forest, and walked away with a four-stroke win at the PGA Nationwide Tour event in Valdosta.
DeCorso posted a three-under par 69 in the final round, and finished -14 for the tournament.
Bryce Molder and Greg Owen were tied for second at -10.
DeCorso's four-day total of 68-69-68-69 (274) is a tournament record, and his first Nationwide wins came after some major changes to his swing.
"I hear Tiger Woods talk about it all the time, he's switching his swing, trying to get better, so I tried it," says DeCorso. "Hopefully it just continues to get better, and I continue to get better. I would love to have a chance to be on the PGA tour next year, to challenge myself, and see how really I stack up."
The Nationwide tour moves on to Fort Scrabble, AR next week.