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Four Remain at Argentine Amateur
20 Nov 2015
by Jeremy Gomberg of AmateurGolf.com

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CABA, Argentina – Four golfers remain at the Argentine Amateur Championship as the quarterfinal matches were completed Friday.

Andre Tourinho, ranked number two among mid-ams on amateurgolf.com, survived a marathon match that lasted 27 holes against his opponent Eduardo Serratos. Tourinho, who also beat the number one seed German Gallegos in the round of 16, will face Italian Luca Cianchetti in the semifinals. Cianchetti advanced via a 2up win against Canadian Eric Banks.

The remaining semifinal match will be between two Australians, Anthony Quayle and Cameron John. John is the highest remaining seed left (#3) after handling Irishman Geoffrey Lenehan four and three.

The cut to reach match play, which housed the top-32 golfers, came at 3-over par. 19 native Argentines qualified for match play yet none were able to advance past the round of 16 as the international competition has proved very competitive thus far.

ABOUT THE Argentine Amateur

The Argentine Amateur (Campeonato Argentino de Aficionados) is an international match play tournament, with 36 hole stroke play qualifying to determine 64 players for match play.

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Results For Argentine Amateur Golf Championship
WinAustraliaCameron JohnAustralia500
Runner-upBrazilAndre TourinhoBrazil400
SemifinalsAustraliaAnthony QuayleAustralia300
SemifinalsItalyLuca CianchettiItaly300
QuarterfinalsCanadaEric BanksCanada200

View full results for Argentine Amateur Golf Championship

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