HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Tadd Fujikawa got $25,000 richer on Saturday.
The Moanalua grad blazed through the field to win the eGolf Tour Championship in Virginia by nine shots.
The 19-year-old fired a final round four-under-par-68, after carding his first three rounds in the 60s as well.
It's also his first career win outside of Hawaii. In the 12 events on the eGolf Tour, Fujikawa now ranks fifth on the money list.
He'll now get his PGA Tour Q-school entry paid for by eGolf, valued at $4,500.
Meanwhile, Castle grad Dean Wilson dropped from 14th place on Friday to 41st at the Turning Stone Resort Championship in upstate New York.
Wilson fired a 71 today and is nine shots behind the leader, Alex Cejka.