It was try-to-go-low day Wednesday, something that is sweet music the ears of Sumner’s Brian Thornton.
And his 6-under-par 66 was good enough to grab a victory at the 83rd
Washington Open Invitational on the golf course he teaches at, Meridian
Valley Country Club in Kent.
Thornton, a teaching professional at Meridian Valley, finished at
6-under 210, which was one stroke better than Tom Sovay (66), the head
pro at Harbour Point Golf Club in Mukilteo, at 211.
Midway through the final round, it was Chris Griffin, the former
assistant pro at Tacoma Country and …