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Broadaway finishes in Top 10 again

Albany native and Byne Christian alum Josh Broadaway is just one of a handful of local golf pros who've returned home this week to take part in the Hooters Tour Michelob Ultra Classic at Stonebridge. The first round tees off today at 7:30 a.m. and it's the first pro golf event to be held in Albany since 2006. (Photo courtesy of golfweek.com/Special to The Herald)

Albany native and Byne Christian alum Josh Broadaway is just one of a handful of local golf pros who've returned home this week to take part in the Hooters Tour Michelob Ultra Classic at Stonebridge. The first round tees off today at 7:30 a.m. and it's the first pro golf event to be held in Albany since 2006. (Photo courtesy of golfweek.com/Special to The Herald)

Knoxville, Tenn. -- Albany native and Byne Christian grad Josh Broadaway's sizzling summer continued this weekend at the News Sentinel Open, where Broadaway fired a 66 on Sunday to finish the tournament at 272, just five strokes behind Kirk Triplett, who won the tournament at 267.

Broadaway, who has been tearing up the course this summer on the Nationwide Tour, earned $13,500 for the weekend.

Broadaway finished eighth in the tournament as he continued to finish in the Top 10 once again in his best summer on the tour.