CASTLE PINES, Colorado (May 30, 2014) -- The final round of the 2014 Charlie Coe Invitational hosted at Castle Pines Golf Club is in the books, and the quality of this year's play, according to Castle Pines Golf Club head professional Don Hurter, is a testament to high level of players who come to Colorado each year to compete.
And this year marked the tournament's 25th anniversary.
In the Mid-Am division, the team of Ted Neville of Tucson, AZ, and Andy Latowski of Plainsboro, NJ, fired the best round of the event with an 8-under 64 to finish at 198 and take top honors. Neville and Latowski played college golf together at Penn State.
Right behind them were the teams of Garrett Larson of Lafayette, CA, and Eddie Davis of San Mateo, CA, at 201, Marcus Jones of Argyle, TX, and Norton Rainey of Broomfield, CO, at 202 and Tim Mickelson and Jeff Fujimoto of Scottsdale, AZ, at 203.
Twenty-one of the thirty-five teams that teed it up finished under par.
In the Senior Division, Mike Booker of The Woodlands, TX, and partner Pat Youngs of San Antonio, TX, shot a six under par 66 for the 2nd day in a row to take the title. Four strokes behind in second place at 203 was the team of Ben Hargis of Alexandria, LA, and Dave Delich of Colorado Springs, CO, followed by the team of Steven Hakes of San Diego, CA, and Dan Alpha of The Woodlands, TX, at 204. Eleven of the eighteen teams that played in the Senior Division finished under par.
ABOUT THE TOURNAMENT AND CHARLIE COE
This year marked the 25th anniversary of the tournament; one that is a tribute to Charlie Coe, one of the best amateur players in golf. His accomplishments included two USGA Amateur Championships (1949 and 1958), playing in nineteen consecutive Masters (making the cut fifteen times) and being a seven time member of the Walker Cup (Captain in 1957 and 1959). Charlie would be proud of the play that was on display this week for his tournament.
- Thanks to Don Hurter, PGA for providing daily reports and tournament scores
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ABOUT THE Charlie Coe Invitational
The Charlie Coe Invitational,
Timbers, is played annually to honor one of
greatest amateurs ever. Coe is remembered
winning the U.S. Amateur twice, and for
captaining the Walker Cup and Americas Cup
teams. His first national amateur win came in
1949, and then again in 1958. Defending his
title a year later, Coe lost to Jack Nicklaus.
Coe had a distinguished Masters record. An
Augusta National member, he played in 19
consecutive Masters, and finished as low
amateur six times. He tied Arnold Palmer for
second, behind Gary Player, in the 1961
Masters. In 1998, his alma mater, the
University of Oklahoma, dedicated the Charlie
Coe learning Center, a state of the art
teaching facility. Coe was a member at Castle
Pines until he died in 2001.
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