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Jones Cup Invitational final results

SEA ISLAND, Ga. (Feb. 4, 2007)-- The 2007 Jones Cup Invitational was captured in dramatic fashion yesterday by Luke List in a one-hole playoff. List, a senior at Vanderbilt University, started the day three shots back of second-round leader Gary Woodland.

Woodland, of Kansas University, led the tournament until the 13th hole where he made a double-bogey to fall back into a tie with List.

List managed to pull ahead with a birdie on the par-5 15th hole. Entering the 18th hole, a 545-yard par 5, both players reached the green in two shots from 175 yards. When List's eagle putt slid by the hole it allowed Woodland to put the pressure by sinking his 15-foot eagle putt.

List confidently rolled in the 7-foot comeback birdie putt to force a sudden-death playoff on the 18th hole, setting the stage for some playoff dramatics.

Facing similar third shots from just off the green, Luke struck first by chipping to within 2-feet of the cup. Woodland played a wonderful shot, leaving a testy 6-foot putt.

When Woodland's putt skimmed the high-side, List confidently rolled in his putt to win the championship.

The two competitors finished the tournament at 10-under par (206).Michael Thompson (University of Alabama) and Rob Grube (Stanford University) finished tied for third at 5-under (211).

List joins a distinguished list of past champions including D.J.Trahan, Gregg Jones, and Nicholas Thompson.

The 2007 Jones Cup Invitational, was comprised of an elite field of junior, collegiate, and mid-amateur competitors from eight countries, including 18 of the 24 players from the US Walker Cup team practice squad. For complete results, click on the see also link at the top of the article.

ABOUT THE Jones Cup

The Jones Cup was born from a deep commitment to amateur golf by the A.W. Jones family, who founded the Cloister and Sea Island Golf Club in 1928. The Sea Island Golf Club has played host to seven USGA championships. The Jones Cup is yet another extension of the family's strong involvement in amateur golf.

This 54-hole individual stroke-play event, inaugurated in 2001, is played at Ocean Forest Golf Club. The Rees Jones design opened in 1995 and has hosted the 1998 Georgia State Amateur Championship, the 1999 Southern Amateur Championship and the 2001 Walker Cup Match. The Jones Cup brings together many of the finest amateurs from the United States and abroad for this three-day competition.

- courtesy JonesCupInvitational.com

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