Johnson comes back to win Oregon Mid-Amateur
CRESWELL, Ore. (August 24, 2014) – Former University of Portland golfer Joel Johnson's consistent play and plentiful birdies led him atop the leaderboard when the dust settled Sunday after the final round of the 26th Oregon Mid-Amateur Championship.

Johnson sat five strokes off the lead after his first round two-over par 73, which included five birdies, three bogies and two double bogeys, but persistent play and limited mistakes during Sunday’s one-under par 70 left him atop the scoreboard at the conclusion of play, which included four birdies and just three bogies.

Johnson qualified and competed in the 2004 U.S Amateur before his Freshman year at the University of Portland.

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ABOUT THE Oregon Mid-Amateur


WOMEN: Entries are open to female amateur golfers with USGA Handicap Indexes™ of 22.4 or less. The field will be limited to the 21 entrants with the lowest USGA Handicap Indexes at the entry deadline. In the event that the Women’s Division does not reach its field limit, the remaining spots will be transferred to the Men’s Division.

MEN: Entries are open to amateur golfers with USGA Handicap Indexes™ of 10.0 or less. The final Championship field will include exempt players as well as those that advance from the additional 18-hole stroke play qualifying stage.

All contestants must be members in good standing of an OGA Member Club and be at least 25 years of age.

36-hole stroke play competition. Prize awards will be made on the basis of gross finish.

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