Colton Buege of Rogers and his Gophers teammate Tyler Lowenstein won the 51st annual MGA Four-Ball Championship on Tuesday and Wednesday at Chaska Town Course.
Buege, representing Fox Hollow GC, and Lowenstein, of Rush Creek, shot a 7-under-par 65 on Wednesday after shooting 63 on Tuesday for a 128 total, best among 135 teams.
Starting the day tied for the lead, they made four birdies on the first nine holes before lightning suspended play three and a half hours. Upon resuming, Lowestein birdied No. 13 and 15 to provided enough cushion for a two-stroke win.
Adam Arola of Keller GC and John Pavlko of Minnetonka GC were next at 130, followed by Jon and Michael DuToit of Chaska Town Course with 131.
Buege and Lowenstein are both sophomores-to-be on the University of Minnesota golf team. In high school, their teams, Rogers and Wayzata, tied for the state team championship in 2010.