Cameron Peck wins Pacific Northwest Am
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BANDON, Ore. (July 11, 2013) -- Texas A&M golfer Cameron Peck, of Olympia, Wash. continued his stellar 2013 summer by winning the 112th Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur Championship, held at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore. Peck defeated Hans Reimers of Albany, Ore. in the Final match, 7 and 6. The 36- hole match was contested on the resort’s Bandon Dunes and Bandon Trails courses.

The championship, which started with an elite field of 168 amateurs, was conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association. For complete match play bracket results, visit www.thepnga.org. Peck had a dominating and relentless march through the bracket, winning yesterday’s Quarterfinal match 6 and 5 and Semifinal match 4 and 3. In his Quarterfinal match he was 7- under par when the match ended after the 13th hole. In today’s Final, he shot 5-under 67 in the morning round to take a 3-up lead, and was 2-under in the afternoon round when the match ended after 30 holes.

Reimers kept pace early on, matching four birdies with Peck on the opening nine, but his putter began to falter, leading to costly three-putts at the end of the morning round.

Last month Reimers won the Oregon Open, and is also playing well this summer season. He will be a fifth-year senior on the golf team at Mercer University in Georgia, where he transferred to after the University of Portland dropped its golf program. His caddie for this week, Jake Wagner, was his former team mate at Portland.

“I had a great week,” said Reimers, who was the No. 2 seed and had come from behind to win his Semifinal match. “I’ve been playing well, and Cameron definitely deserved his win.”

Last month Peck won the Washington State Amateur, which was held at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. A links layout with fescue grasses, Chambers Bay prepared Peck for this week’s championship at Bandon Dunes, known for its links courses and hard, fescue fairways. “I had never been to Bandon Dunes before (this week),” said Peck.

“On the final day at Chambers, the wind blew really hard, and I realized I really needed to figure out how to hit knock-down shots.”

Along with the knock-down shots, Peck brought his power game to Bandon, consistently outdriving his opponents and reaching every par-5 in two shots.

Peck won the 2008 U.S. Junior Amateur, and recently completed his collegiate playing career at Texas A&M. He has qualified to play in this year’s U.S. Amateur Public Links, and intends to play in the PGA Tour’s Q-School this fall. Bandon Dunes Golf Resort has previously hosted this championship in 2000, and it was won by current PGA Tour player Jeff Quinney.

Results For Pacific Northwest Amateur Championship
WinWACameron PeckOlympia, WA500
Runner-upORHans ReimersAlbany, OR400
SemifinalsWACarl JonsonBainbridge Island, WA300
SemifinalsUTJustin KeileyProvo, UT300
QuarterfinalsWAKyle BowserSeattle, WA200

View full results for Pacific Northwest Amateur Championship


First held in 1899, the Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur is one of the country’s longest running amateur championships. Held annually at world-class courses throughout the Pacific Northwest, this championship is played in the same format as the U.S. Amateur and features an impressive list of past champions that include; Nick Flanagan, Ben Crane, Jeff Quinney, Bill Sander, and Tiger Woods. Eligibility is open to members of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association and top amateurs throughout the world invited via Presidential Invitation. Each year’s champion earns a hosted exemption in to the Pacific Coast Amateur and Sahalee Players Championship.

The Championship will be conducted in two stages:

Stroke Play – All players must complete the 36-hole stroke play qualifying in order to determine the 64 players who will advance to match play. In the event of a tie for the final qualifying spot(s), a sudden- death playoff will be used to determine the qualifiers. In the event of a tie for the Qualifying Medalist, a sudden-death playoff will commence.

Match Play – The General Numerical Draw will be in effect. Single elimination match play. 36-hole Championship Final Match. All other matches are 18 holes.

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