After an excellent first round in the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour Championship in Goshen, Warren Thomis of Richmond captured the boys under-14 division title with a 36-hole score of +8, 150.
The final round of the Tour Championship concluded Tuesday at Big Spring Country Club Inc. - Harmony Landing Campus.
Thomis was able to hold on to the lead after taking a two-stroke lead into the final round. He shot a +3, 74.
After struggling on the first day with a tournament low score of even par 71, Richmond's Landen Howard, surged up the leaderboard four spots on Tuesday and finished just one shot behind Thomis.
Howard's final tally was +9, 151 and he finished tied for second place along with Owen King of Crestwood.
Other Madison County golfers also had strong finishes.
In the boys overall division, Cooper Eberle shot a +6, 77, and was tied for 10th on Monday.
Eberle dug deep on Tuesday and moved up the leaderboard four spots to finish sixth with a +2, 73 and a combined +8, 150.
Andrew Flynn from Louisville successfully captured the boys overall title in a five-hole playoff over Hayes Mason from Campbellsville.
The two each made par on the first hole of sudden-death, which was followed by each player stunningly making double bogey on the second hole. Two more pars from each player on the third and fourth extra holes gave way to Flynn winning with a par on the fifth after Mason was unable to get up and down from over the green.
In the girls 13-18 overall division, Richmond's Elizabeth Eberle shot up five spots after shooting a +15, 87 in the first round.
She shot a +3, 75 on Tuesday to finish tied for eighth.
Maddie Hensley, who has committed to play golf for Eastern Kentucky University, finish sixth with a total score of +15, 159.
The tournament was an invitation only event which featured the best youth golfers in the state.