Chase Hughes of Oklahoma City finished second in the age 7-9 category in the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals Sunday at Augusta National.
Hughes accumulated 6 points in driving, 8 in chipping and 8 in putting to finish with 22, one point behind Lucas Bernstein. Ryan Nana Tanke was third with 18.5 points.
Porter Hart of Broken Arrow placed 10th with nine points, but did finish fourth in the driving category with 7 points.
Kylie Fisher of Tahlequah tied for third in the girls 7-9 age group, She had 6 points in driving, 9 in chipping and 5 in putting for a total of 20 points, just three points behind winner Alexis Card.
All of the contestants and their parents are able to attend the practice round at The Masters today.
Complete results are here.
Porter crushing a drive at Augusta.