U.S. APL champ Niebrugge wins Wisc. Am
Jordan Niebrugge
Jordan Niebrugge

SAUKVILLE, WI (July 25, 2013) -- You can blame it on fatigue but given the fact that he's played quite a lot of golf in the last 10 days, who can blame Jordan Niebrugge?

In the end, though, the final-round 76 he shot at the Wisconsin State Amateur won't matter much. That's because he won.

Niebrugge, a rising sophomore at Oklahoma State, continued his hot play after prevailing at last week's U.S. Amateur Public-Links Championship by winning his state amateur. Niebrugge shot rounds of 69-66-71-76 to win by a shot over Charlie Danielson at The Bog.

Quite the week for one of the nation's hottest players.

ABOUT THE Wisconsin State Amateur

This event has been conducted annually since 1901. The format, originally match play, was changed to a 72-hole stroke-play event in 1971. The State Amateur, contested over four consecutive days, is annually conducted on one of Wisconsin’s finest courses and continues to be recognized as the premier amateur tournament held in Wisconsin. A three-man team competition, the Yule Cup, where players representing the same club compete for the Cup, is also held. To be eligible, players must have a WSGA Handicap Index of 9.4 or less.

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