Richardson high school golfer just tied record set by Jordan Spieth

A Richardson high school golfer just tied a record set by PGA pro and Dallas native Jordan Spieth.

Preston Stout won his third consecutive Byron Nelson Jr. Championship.

Stout finished the three-day tournament held at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas at -14.

Preston Stout (Source: Legends Jr. Tour)

He was 6 strokes back of the lead after the 5th hole in the final round on Thursday. Stout birdied three of the last four holes and ended up tied Frisco's Davis Ovard at the end of the round.

He birdied the first playoff hole to win the championship.


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It is the second straight year that Stout won the tournament via a playoff.

The back-to-back-to-back championships at the Byron Nelson Jr. Championship tied Stout with Jordan Spieth, who set the record in 2010.

Stout attended JJ Pearce High School and is set to go to Oklahoma State to play on the golf team.