Lansburgh wins; Grove, Heinen tie for ninth at Lilac

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Third-round leader Peter Lansburgh shot a 6-under-par 66 for the second straight day Sunday and cruised to a four-shot victory at the 56th Lilac City Invitational at The Fairways at West Terrace outside Cheney.

Lansburgh shot 71-66-66-66—270, 18 under par for the region’s only 72-hole tournament.

Jesse Schutte of the Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., shot 69 in the final round and finished second at 14-under 274.

TK Kim of The Club at Spurwing in Meridian shot 69 and came in third at 13-under 275.

North Idaho College men’s and women’s golf coach Russell Grove, the 36-hole leader, shot 73 on Sunday and tied for ninth at 8-under 280. Eddie Heinen of Hayden also tied for ninth at 280 after a final-round 68.

Derek Bayley of Rathdrum, the former Lakeland High and Washington State standout taking a break from his status on the Mackenzie Tour (PGA Tour Canada) and PGA Tour Latinoamerica, shot 73 in the final round and tied for 18th at 5-under 283.

Billy Bomar, co-owner of Prairie Falls Golf Course in Post Falls, shot a 76 on Sunday and finished at even-par 288, tied for 29th.

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