Wisconsin Match Play: No. 9 Udelhofen prevails
ALTOONA, Wisc. (June 19, 2014) -- Josh Udelhofen knocked off Sam Frank 4 and 3 to win the title at the 2014 Wisconsin Match Play at Eau Claire Golf & Country Club.

Udelhofen, the No. 9 seed, went up on the par-4 10th and never looked back, winning the 12th and 14th before closing out his opponent on the 15th hole with a par Thursday.

Frank reached the final match as the bracket's No. 58 seed.

To reach Thursday's finale, Udelhofen knocked off top-seed Andrew Cobb 1 up in the semifinals.

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ABOUT THE Wisconsin Match Play

When the Wisconsin State Amateur was changed to stroke play in 1971, there was a need for the addition of a State Match Play Championship. The WSGA returned this event to the tournament schedule in 1975. This growing event has been expanded to allow 64 qualifiers to enter into match- play competition following an 18-hole stroke-play qualifying. Five 18-hole pre-qualifying tournaments are held in May and June for all those players who are not exempt. Exemptions are given to those players with 50 or more points on the WSGA Amateur Player of the Year point list. To be eligible, players must have a WSGA Handicap Index of 9.4 or less.

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