Colin Monagle victorious by four at Magnolia Amateur
2015 Magnolia Amateur winner Colin Monagle<Br>(Photo courtesy of the Magnolia Amateur)
2015 Magnolia Amateur winner Colin Monagle
(Photo courtesy of the Magnolia Amateur)

HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Playing Hattiesburg Country Club in the fourth running of the Magnolia Amateur, Colin Monagle, along with Luke Kwon of the University of Oklahoma and Parks Brown of Gainesville, Fla., were deadlocked at three-under 137 after Saturday's second round.

Monagle, a graduated senior from Jacksonville University, fired his second straight round of four-under 66 to emerge from the group and win the tournament by four shots.

Kwon shot 70 in Sunday's final round and settled for a runner-up finish, while Brown struggled to a 75 and fell back into a tie for eighth place.

First-round leader Bryce Alley, a junior at the University of Texas-San Antonio, rebounded from a second-found 72 to shoot 69 on Sunday and jump into third place. His 67 led by a stroke after day one of the 54-hole event.

Alley's teammate J.J. Lindsey finished at even-par 210, shooting 70 on day three, and tied for fourth place to round out the top-five with Alabama sophomore Steven Setterstrom.

Results For The Magnolia Amateur Golf Tournament
1FLColin MonagleJacksonville, FL40071-66-66=203
2TXLuke KwonCarrollton, TX30070-67-70=207
3TXBryce AlleyLongview, TX20067-72-69=208
T4TXJ.J. LindseyAdkins, TX20071-69-70=210
T4ALSteven SetterstromMobile, AL20079-73-68=210

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ABOUT THE The Magnolia Amateur

The Magnolia Amateur is a limited field event of 156 players consisting of a collegiate division and a mid-amateur division. The field will be cut to the low 60 players and ties after 36 holes of competition has been completed. The overall champion may come from either division, with the competition taking place over 3 days and 54 holes.

Along with the individual tournament, there is a college team competition that will be based on the combined scores of two players on the same team over the 3 rounds.

It is an exclusive amateur tournament, where players are reviewed and accepted by the Tournament Committee.

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