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Pennsylvania State Amateur Golf Championship
July 31 - August 02 2017
Malvern, PA

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Course

White Manor Country Club
831 Providence Rd
Malvern, PA  19355-3407
phone: (610) 647-1070
url: www.whitemanorcc.com

Tournament Overview

1st played in 1913, the Pennsylvania Amateur is 54- hole stroke play event open to any male amateur golfer who is a member of a club belonging to the Pennsylvania Golf Association. Non exempt players must qualify through a sectional qualifying event a month prior. There will be a cut to the low 40 and ties after the second round.

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On September 25th, 27th, 28th and 29th 1909 the first Amateur Championship was held at Huntingdon Valley Country Club. The original format of play was 36-holes of qualifying with the top 16 players advancing to match play. H.B. McFarland of Huntingdon Valley won the Gold Medal in the Championship with a 161 total and then defeated A.W. Tillinghast of Philadelphia Cricket 8 & 6 in the final match. Change came to the Amateur Championship in 1966 when the Executive Committee altered the original format of play. The championship was changed to 72-holes of stroke play to attract the best field possible and to assure players of at least two days of play. The format remains the same today.

Many talented amateur golfers throughout the Commonwealth have made this championship what it is today. Maxwell Marston won the tournament three-times in consecutive years; 1921, 1922, 1923. Art Wall won this championship two-times before playing regularly on the PGA Tour. While on the Tour he won a Masters Championship. Furthermore, R. Jay Sigel, member of the Senior PGA Tour won this event 11-times. George E. "Buddy" Marucci Jr won the championship four-times, and finished runner-up to Tiger Woods in the 1996 U.S. Amateur Championship.

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