Kolquists outlast defending champs for Hank Jensen golf crown

The duel went to two sudden-death playoff holes.

Alex Kolquist
Alex Kolquist (shown here in a past tournament) and Reed Kolquist won the Hank Jensen Best Ball and Scramble Sunday.
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DULUTH — The 39th annual Hank Jensen Best Ball and Scramble went into overtime on Sunday.

Alex and Reed Kolquist took the championship from defending champions Taylor Sundbom and Steve Barschdorf on the second hole of the playoff at Enger Park Golf Course after both duos finished at 12-under 132 for the 36-hole event.

The team of Matt Mellin and Bob Seitz, which won the 2020 Hank Jensen, finished third, two strokes behind.

This article was edited at 8:40 p.m. with the winning scores from the event, which were not originally provided. It was originally posted at 7:31 p.m. on Sept. 25.

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