Mansfield wins long drive contest

  • August 4, 2014

Aaron Mansfield of Washington won the First Coast Classic long drive tournament at Fernandina Beach, near Jacksonville, Fla., for a second time in three years.

Competing in a field of 26, Mansfield defeated Justin Moose, a graduate of Norwin High School and Clarion University, by two yards in the finals 368-366 and collected the $8,000 first place check. Mansfield also won this event in 2012. He will compete in his fifth long drive world championship in September. He finished third in 2011 and fifth in last year’s ReMax World Championship.


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