A total of 7 Stanford golfers are competing in events at the same time. David Chung won all four of his matches in the Palmer Cup leading the US team to victory or European collegians in Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland while 6 Cardinal golfers led by a win by recent grad Joseph Bramlett competed in the Northeastern Amateur in Rhode Island.
Here you will find complete scoring for the Northeastern Amateur. Bramlett won by 2 shots rounds of 69-68-66-67. Sihwan Kim (68-67-70-70) and Andrew Yun (69-69-71-66) tied for 4th. Steve Ziegler tied for 7th with 66-70-70-70 rounds. Grad Dodge Kemmer (69-68-72-69) tied for 11th and incoming freshman Cameron Wilson (68-73-70-71) tied for 18th.
The Palmer Cup was played at Royal Portrush GC in Northern Ireland between European and American collegiate golfers. All the results can be found at http://www.palmercup.org/.
United States Claims Palmer Cup at Royal Portrush Golf ClubAmerica downs Europe 13-11
PORTRUSH – The United States defeated Europe, 13-11, to claim the Palmer Cup held at Royal Portrush Golf Club. The victory was the Americans first in Europe since 2002 and gives the USA a 7-6-1 overall advantage in the Palmer Cup series.
Each side claimed four matches in final day singles action. Daniel Miernicki and David Chung posted the first two victories of the day for the Americans when they defeated James Byrne and Henrik Norlander, respectively. Miernicki claimed the first hole in his 5 and 3 win and never trailed. Chung holed in from the fairway for eagle on the first hole of his match but Norlander would respond with an eagle of his own at the par 5 second. Chung would reclaim the lead after No. 4 before cruising to a 4 and 2 victory. Chung was the only player to post a 4-0 record at this year’s Palmer Cup. It was just the 12th unbeaten and undefeated performance in the 14-year history of the Palmer Cup.