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John Sawin
John Sawin
Pebble Beach, CA
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Accomplished mid-amateur who played collegiately for Princeton. Six-time USGA championship qualifier, five-time San Francisco Golf Club champion, and six-time Merion Golf Club Champion. Winner of the 2015 Travis Invitational, 2014 Pennsylvania Amateur, and 2013 Stocker Cup.

San Francisco Golf Club

Home Course
San Francisco Golf Club
San Francisco, CA

Merion Golf Club - East Course

Favorite Course
Merion Golf Club - East Course
Ardmore, PA

Holes-in-one:   3
Made my first hole-in-one when I was 17 in a junior tournament in Pittsburgh. Spun an 8 iron back in from 163 yards. Made extra special because my dad was there to see it. Made the second in a college tournament at the University of Virginia. Flew a 4 iron straight in the hole from 205. It came on the 17th hole of the final round with my team in contention and my coach on the tee box with me, so it was a very special feeling. Unfortunately the team came up just short. Third one was in a casual round on #13 at San Francisco Golf Club

High school team
5-year starter for The Haverford School in Haverford, PA

High school team
4-year starter for Princeton University

Golf destinations wish list
England, the Sand Belt in Australia

Interests
Philadelphia and Bay Area sports team, fitness, oil painting

Greatest Golf Moment
Winning our third straight Ivy League team championship in 2006, defeating our rival Columbia by 1 shot

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