Cameron Young takes Hochster Memorial
15 Jun 2012
by Golfweek

see also: Hochster Memorial Invitational, Quaker Ridge Golf Club

SCARSDALE, NY (June 15, 2012) -- Cameron Young shot 5-over 145 (72-73) to win the 75th Hochster Memorial Tournament at Quaker Ridge GC in Scarsdale, N.Y on June 12. The Hochster consists of 36 holes of stroke play and features the top amateur golfers in the Metropolitan Area.

Young, who plays out of Sleepy Hollow CC, won the tournament by two strokes. Matthew Lose of Colonial Springs and Tommy McDonagh of Shorehaven GC tied for second at 7-over 147, each going 76-71 and 74-73, respectively.

Pat Wilson of Panther Valley CC and David Szewczul of Tunxis Plantation CC tied for fourth at 10-over 150 (73-77 and 71-79, respectively).

ABOUT THE Hochster Memorial

One day, 36 hole invitational played at Quaker Ridge in honor of William Rice Hochster – a founding member of the club and its first president. It was Hochster who hired A.W. Tillinghast -- then little- known in design circles -- to design the course. The tournament's past champions list includes Frank Strafaci, Willie Turnesa, and Jess Sweetser, as well as Dick Siderowf. More recently U.S. Mid-Am winners George Zahringer, and Ken Bakst have claimed multiple Hochster titles.

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