South Dakota's Chris Long fires 64 on Friday at Midwest Cup
31 Jul 2015
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

see also: Midwest Cup, Eagle Creek Golf Club

LARCHWOOD, Iowa — Day one of the Midwest Cup saw low scores, but none lower than Chris Long of South Dakota, who leads by one over the defending champion Brad Nurski of Missouri.

Nurski, the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur runner-up, fired 65 at the Grand Falls Resort along with Illinois' Kyle Nathan. Three back at 67 is Jon Troutman of Kansas, while 18 other players are at 72 or better through round one.

Players representing eight midwest states will play two more rounds of stroke play to determine and individual, as well as a state winner.

ABOUT THE Midwest Cup

The Midwest Cup is an eight-state team golf tournament (consisting of 10-players on each team) with the individual stroke- play champion recognized. States involved: Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota & Missouri. The event represents the best Mid-Amateur golfers in the Midwest with invitations based on the player-of-the-year points list provided by each state golf association.

The tournament focuses on excellence by striving for the best quality in the five C’s – Course, Competition, Camaraderie, Charity and Class. The event strives to represent the best in Midwest family values. The events’ focus on excellence is based on small- town, Midwestern values, genuine friendliness and an unwavering commitment to quality and class.

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