Australian Steve Allan finished well off the pace at the
Cox Classic as Ben Kohles produced a nine-under final round
to win the tournament in Omaha.
In a blistering final day characterised by numerous big
scores, 22-year-old Kohles became the first player on the
Web.com Tour to win his first two professional starts,
having claimed victory at the Children's Hospital
Invitational last weekend.
Kohles posted a nine-under 61 in a flawless final round
that saw him claim victory on 24 under overall.
The win sees him climb to 13th on the money-earner's
list, but it wasn't a perfect day for the youngster,
who still didn't register the best score on Sunday.
That honour went to second-placed South African Dawie van
der Walt, who had to settle for an 11-under final round
after producing a bogey on the final hole.
Van der Walt still finished three strokes adrift of Kohles
at 21 under for the tournament.
For the Australian contingent, Allan posted a five-under 66
on the final day to finish eight strokes adrift of Kohles
at 16 under overall.
He finished two strokes ahead of Peter Lonard (68), while
Bronson La'Cassie (71, 12 under overall), Scott
Gardiner (72, 11 under), Alistair Presnell (73, eight
under), Michael Sim (72, seven under) and Nick Flanagan
(68, three under) were further down the leaderboard.