Former BYU golfer Peter Kuest watches his ball on the the 17th tee as he competes in and wins the Utah Open at Riverside Country Club in Provo on Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020. Kuest shot 63, 64 and 66 for the three days.
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
FARMINGTON — If nothing else, Peter Kuest is rewarding the people who decided to give him a sponsor exemption into the Korn Ferry Tour’s 2022 Utah Championship golf tournament.
The former BYU golfer, who won 10 college tournaments for the Cougars from 2016-20, is tied for fifth place (14-under) through 54 holes of the scheduled 72-hole event at rain-soaked Oakridge Country Club.
Kuest, 24, was No. 170 on the KFT points list when he entered the tournament but moved up the leaderboard Saturday and is only two shots out of the lead entering Sunday’s final round.
A win could be career-changing, but Kuest refuses to get ahead of himself.
“It was fun. I have always loved coming to Utah and always enjoyed playing in Utah. That’s an added bonus, and it was cooler this week, so that’s been nice.” — Utah Championship 54-hole leader Mark Anderson.
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