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Pacific Northwest Amateurs Win Hudson Cup For Only Third Time in 38 Years
The amateurs and professionals that competed in the 68th Hudson Cup <br>(Pacific NW Amateur Photo)
The amateurs and professionals that competed in the 68th Hudson Cup
(Pacific NW Amateur Photo)
FIRCREST, WA (October 21, 2016) -- For the first time since 2011, and only the second time since 1978, the Amateurs have won the Hudson Cup over the PGA club professionals. The Amateurs defeated the PGA professionals 12.5 points to 7.5 points at Fircrest Golf Club.

Each player competed in three matches, including a foursome match, a four-ball match, and a singles match.

The amateurs took a 6-4 lead into the final day and then closed the deal with a 6-4 advantage in the Friday singles. Picking up full points for the amateurs on Friday were Ryan Kelly, Conner Barr, Chris Babcock, Jack Dukeminier and Jim Dunlap.

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ABOUT THE The Hudson Cup

The Hudson Cup Matches and Senior Hudson Cup Matches are conducted by the Pacific Northwest Section of the PGA of America in cooperation with the Oregon and Washington State Golf Associations. The matches pit the top amateurs against the top professionals.

Each player plays three matches: A Foursome Match, a Four-Ball Match and a Singles Match. At the completion of the events, awards are presented to the outstanding player on each team as decided by votes of the team members. The awards honor Chuck Congdon, Larry Lamberger, Bob McKendrick, and Bill Eggers, four great players with outstanding Hudson Cup records.

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