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Michael Willock wins Massachusetts Southeastern Amateur
MILTON, Mass. (Oct. 5, 2014) — Michael Willock claimed the 2014 Massachusetts Southeastern Amateur, shooting even-par 215 over 54 holes at three area golf courses, including a final-round 73 at Wollaston Country Club.

After opening with a 75 on Friday, Willock backed that up with a tournament-best 67 on Saturday to take a share of the lead after two days.

Finishing in second place was John Hadges, who was consistent over the course of three rounds. He posted 73-71-72 en route to a runner-up finish, just one behind Willock.

Opening-round leader Ryan Riley, after shooting 69 on Friday, shot back-to-back 74's over the weekend and finished alone in third place, just two back of the lead.

Easton Country Club and the Country Club of Halifax were the two other courses hosting the 2014 Massachusetts Southeastern Amateur, one of the top amateur events in the state.

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ABOUT THE Southeastern Amateur

Since its founding in 1960, the Southeastern Amateur Championship has grown to become one of the premier amateur golf tournaments in Massachusetts. Past champions include Allen Doyle, holder of two US Senior Open Championships and former PGA tour card holders, Dr. Bill Mallon, Dave Marad, David O'Kelly and Peter Teravanien. Dubbed the championship of working men by tournament co-founder Roger Barry, the players compete for MGA Player of the Year points in this final significant event of the season on the Massachusetts golf calendar.

The tournament is open to all amateur golfers, but those with handicaps of seven or less are given preference, as are golfers affiliated with clubs or courses in the southeastern Massachusetts area.

Competitors will be vying for the open title, which earns the winner the Roger Barry Trophy, while Seniors (age 55 and over) battle for the Dick Lambert Cup, and Super Senior golfers (age 65 and over) are competing for the Fordie Pitts Cup. In addition, the club with the lowest team score wins the Ray Bump Cup.

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