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Friday August 14th, 2020 4:37PM

Young Justus finishes 2nd in international field at US Kids Regional

By AccessWDUN Staff

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Gainesville's Hudson Justus continues to make a name for himself.

The 7-year-old golfer recently finished second in a field of 23 at the US Kids Regional at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. He was competing in the 7-year-old bracket.

Justus fired a 4-under par in the two-day tournament with back-to-back 34s against players from around the world.

Justus will move up to the 8-year-old division in the spring and plans to continue to compete with US Kids golf.

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