Cole Anderson wins the 100th Maine Amateur Golf Championship at the young age of 18. He wins the title by leading the tournament wire-to-wire for three days at the Portland Country Club.

The Camden golfer ends up winning the championship by nine strokes. A 3-under par (67) score in today's final round and a tourney total score of 9-under par (201). Anderson posted three birdies and no bogeys on the final round.

Cape Elizabeth golfer Reece McFarlane finished in second place at 1-under par. Jason Gall from Portland finished third.

Anderson graduated high school in December, enrolled in spring semester classes at Florida State University and red-shirted with the FSU golf team.

The Maine Amateur title adds to his impressive resume that includes the 2018 Maine Match Play Champion, three Maine High School Individual state titles and a New England PGA Junior Championship.

Anderson qualified for the U.S. Amaterur Championship and played at Pebble Beach in California two years ago. He will attempt to qualify this year's U.S. Amateur next Monday.

Click Here to see the final leaderboard at the 100th Maine Amateur.

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