Semifinals are set at Wisconsin Match Play
Josh Udelhofen looks to repeat
Josh Udelhofen looks to repeat

SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WIS. (June 17, 2015) – Only four players remain at the Wisconsin Match Play hosted by The Bull at Pinehurst Farms. The number 2 overall seed Peter Webb is the highest remaining seed left in the tournament. Webb defeated Dane Zachman in the quarterfinal match after 3 straight birdies on holes 8 though 10 led him to a 4 and 3 win. The rising junior at Valparaiso University will face Nick Nelson of Milwaukee, Wis. who recently medaled at US Open Local Qualifying in Cedarburg, Wis.

The other semifinal match is between the #8 seed Josh Udelhofen of Platteville, Wis. and the #20 seed Ethan Schmitz of Sparta, Wis. Schmitz will have his hands full as Udelhofen is the defending champion of this event will know exactly what to expect when the semifinal matches begin Thursday morning. The championship match will take place following the semifinals, Thursday afternoon.

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. To be eligible, players must have a WSGA Handicap Index of 9.4 or less.

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