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Crump Cup: Forrester/Jackson Pace Qualifiers
29 Sep 2006
see also: The Crump Cup, Pine Valley Golf Club

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PINE VALLEY, NJ (Sept 29, 2006) -- Northeast Amateur Champion Cartlton Forrester of Birmingham, Alabama posted a 36-hole total of 1-over-par 141 at Pine Valley Golf Club to earn medalist honors during the stroke play portion of the George A. Crump Memorial Tournament.

Forrester finished two strokes in front of Don Dubois from Newport Beach, California, winner of the 2005 California State Amateur.

W. Logan Jackson paced the Senior Division at 150.

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Qualifying scores from the George A. Crump Memorial Cup, played Sept. 28 and 29 at the par-70 Pine Valley
(N.J.) Golf Club:

POS PLAYER RD1 RD2 TOT
1 Carlton M. Forrester 71 70 141
2 Don DuBois 73 70 143
3 Gene Elliott 70 74 144
4 Scott M. Rowe 71 73 144
5 Chip Lutz 74 71 145
6 Patrick D. Carter 72 74 146
7 Michael McCoy 76 71 147
8 Stuart Smith 72 75 147
9 Sam MacNaughton 74 74 148
10 Mike Goodes 75 73 148
11 Adrian C.J. Morrow 71 77 148
12 Tom Brennan 76 73 149
13 Robert F. Gerwin, II 71 78 149
14 John Pate 73 76 149
15 John McClure 71 78 149
16 James J. Bryan 73 77 150
17 Steve Harwell 75 76 151
18 George J. Zahringer, III 77 74 151
19 Skip Berkmeyer 77 74 151
20 Chris Anderson 76 75 151
21 Jeff Belk 77 74 151
22 Clay Uselton 78 73 151
23 Roger W. Hoit 72 79 151
24 James E. Sullivan, Jr. 77 75 152
25 Eoghan O'Connell 78 74 152
26 Thomas Gramigna 78 74 152
27 Michael Kelley 81 72 153
28 William L. Hadden, III 74 79 153
29 Steve Slayden 79 74 153
30 Jefferson B. A. Knox 76 77 153
31 Arnie Cutrell 78 76 154
32 Alan Fadel 78 76 154
33 Scott Griffith 74 80 154
34 Rob Savarese, Jr. 79 75 154
35 Steve Smyers 78 76 154
36 Jamie Slonis 78 76 154
37 Mark Benka 76 78 154
38 Grady Brame 76 78 154
39 Garth McGimpsey 79 76 155
40 Matthew Sughrue 77 78 155
41 Trip Kuehne 85 70 155
42 Fred DuPre' 78 77 155
43 Pat Tallent 77 78 155
44 Pat Mateer 75 80 155
45 George E. Marucci, Jr. 74 82 156
46 Michael P. McDermott 75 81 156
47 John P. Fulkerson 78 79 157
48 Scott M. Stahr 79 78 157
49 Robert C. Shawger, Jr. 81 77 158
50 Bill Jeremiah 79 79 158
51 P. Chet Walsh 79 79 158
52 Chick Wagner 80 78 158
53 David Nelson 82 76 158
54 Peter McCarthy 79 79 158
55 Ben F. Brundred, III 76 82 158
56 Eric L. Sexton 78 81 159
57 Jerry Chang 79 80 159
58 John Lobb 78 82 160
59 Christopher J. Lange 87 73 160
60 Edward Gibstein 80 80 160
61 Graham Banister 77 83 160
62 Michael Domenick 75 85 160
63 Austin C. Eaton, III 79 81 160
64 Gary Daniels 80 80 160
 
 
  Sam Manning 81 80 161
  Kelly R. Miller 86 75 161
  Patrick F. Brady 80 81 161
  Thomas Yellin 79 82 161
  Chris Brauner 81 81 162
  Michael Deo 81 81 162
  William J. McGuinness 78 84 162
  Brian P. Gillespie 83 79 162
  James Kania 84 79 163
  E. Mason Rudolph, Jr. 81 84 165
  Craig Nichols 84 81 165
  Robert Young 85 80 165
  Mark Love 89 77 166
  Mike Moffat 79 87 166
  J. Stuart Francis 88 82 170
  Douglas Gregor 82 89 171
  Oscar Mestre 85 87 172
  Davis G. Sezna 87 86 173
  John N. Bauman, III 88 86 174
 
  Senior Division      
1 W. Logan Jackson 74 76 150
2 Randy Reifers 74 77 151
3 Thomas Case 76 76 152
4 David K. Brookreson 74 78 152
5 Norman V. Swenson, Jr. 77 76 153
6 Robert C. Lewis, Jr. 77 78 155
7 Allan Small 79 77 156
8 Jerry Greenbaum 78 78 156
9 Gayle Sanchez 79 77 156
10 Joel S. Hirsch 78 78 156
11 Kent Frandsen 82 76 158
12 Michael B. Rose 79 79 158
13 A. Harcourt Kemp 81 78 159
14 O. Gordon Brewer, Jr. 81 78 159
15 Marvin Giles, III 81 78 159
16 Andres Palandjoglou 74 89 163
 
 
  Thomas Slater 79 85 164
  John D. McKey, Jr, 81 83 164
  Thomas Graham 84 81 165
  Jarrett B. Kling 82 85 167
  Robert R. Callan 83 85 168
  Jack Vardaman 88 81 169
  Ned Steiner 83 86 169
  Tom T. Hamilton 82 87 169
  Daniel M. Belden, Jr. 86 85 171
  Woody Thames 83 88 171
  John Y. Howson, Jr. 82 90 172
  Michael Thorp 83 92 175
  Mark R. Mulvoy 90 86 176
  Robert N. Bowen 86 91 177
  Joel Kaye 86 93 179


ABOUT THE Crump Cup

The George A. Crump Memorial Tournament-- named for the hotelier and course architect most famous for building Pine Valley -- is arguably the premier mid- amateur event in the United States. The invitational field is made of of top players from around the United States and the UK. The format for the four days is two rounds of stroke play qualifying, followed by four rounds of match play. Players are flighted according to their qualifying position, and a separate Senior flight includes three of those flights. Jay Sigel has won the event the most times, with nine victories between 1975 and 1993.

Sunday at The Crump Cup is unique; the public is invited to spectate the final matches - a shuttle from a nearby parking area is provided.

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