Friday, July 16, 2010
Results from Players Am, US Public Links and the Trans-Miss Tourneys
Stanford players competed in three different summer tournaments over the past week, the Players Am, US Public Links and Trans-Miss events.
Players Am - The event was played in Bluffton, SC where David Chung, Andrew Yun, Cameron Wilson and Dodge Kemmer competed. David was 7th at 4-under 284 with rounds of 71-71-69-73. Dodge tied for 8th at 283 shooting 72-68-73-72, to tie with Andrew shooting rounds of 77-69-71-68 T-8. Cameron missed the cut after rounds of 82-77-70. Here are complete scores. Here is the partially updated tournament website.
US Public Links - Andrew Yun competed in the event where the winner qualifies to play in the Masters. After qualifying rounds of 132 total Andrew fired 69-66 rounds to finish 5th in stroke play qualifying to move into match play with 64 players. After a dominating 6 & 5 win in his first match, Andrew was stunned by Indiana native Chase Wright despite going Andrew going 4-up after 4 holes. Wright stormed back playing 6-under golf winning 7 of the last 12 holes. The official website.
In the Trans-Miss Amateur played in Denver five Stanford players competed led by Dodge Kemmer and Steve Ziegler tying for 13th. Dodge led after round 1 with a 65 followed by 70-77 while Steve started slowly with a 74-72 and finished with a sizzling 66. Steven Kearney had rounds of 71-73-71 to tie for 22nd with Graham Brockington who shot 73-72-70. Wilson Bowen tied for 56th with rounds of 77-75-77. The Trans-Miss website.