Madison's Justin Tereshko rebounded from a poor third round to shoot a two-under 70 in the final round and finish 16th at the Indiana Open Championship Thursday at Otter Creek Golf Course.

Tereshko, a graduate of Madison Consolidated High School and Transylvania University, was firmly in the top 10 until a 77 on Wednesday dropped him to 20th place.

His 70 on the final day allowed him to not only finish 16th, but below par for the tournament at one-under.

After back-to-back Indiana Open wins in 1994 and 1995, Bloomington's Craig Bowden decided to give it another shot 19 years later, and he made the right decision. With a four day total of 18-under-par, 270 becomes the 99th Indiana Open Champion.

"I wanted to play this week just to see if I still had it in me," said Bowden, past PGA Tour player. "I played in four events last year on the Web.com Tour, but my heart just wasn't in it. I had two little kids at home and was recently remarried and just in a different life place than I had been in the past. This is the first time I decided to play competitively this year and I am definitely glad I made that decision."

Bowden headed to the final day of the four-day event one shot behind Andy Winings of Fishers. Heading to the 10th tee, Bowden was 3-under-par for the day and for the first time this week had the lead to himself.

Bowden continued to play steady on the back nine and made his fourth birdie of the day on the par-4, 11th hole. He held onto this two-shot heading to the par-4, 16th hole where he knocked it in from 160 yards for eagle and victory became almost a guarantee.

"Andy felt like he had an opportunity up until that point because he had a reachable par-5 coming up," Bowden said. "I was 160 yards and I smoked an 8-iron. The flag happened to get in the way and it went in. At that point I knew I had won the event."

With this victory, Bowden becomes the ninth player to ever win the Indiana Open Championship three times. He plans to return next year to defend and says his goal is to win five.

Winings finished the event with a four day total of 15-under-par, 273. Bluffton's McCormick Clouser finished third this week and claimed low-amateur honors with an 11-under-par finish.