Herzog, Titus win WSGA Mixed event

Updated: September 4, 2018

Andrew Herzog and Kim Titus, both of Fox Island, Wash., teamed up to shoot 4-under-par 68 to win the inaugural WSGA Mixed Chapman Championship. The 18-hole championship was held today at The Home Course in DuPont, Wash.

Herzog and Titus had been playing solidly most of the round, making the turn at 3-under par and then making a birdie on the par-5 10th hole. They stood on the 15th tee at 4-under and seemingly in command, but then bogeyed the 403-yard par-4. On the long par-4 18th hole, feeling they needed to make birdie, they did just that, which secured their one-shot lead.

Titus is no stranger to the winner’s circle in team events, having twice won the WSGA Women’s Best-Ball Championship (2014 and 2017, with partner Kelly Gardner).