PNGA Men's Amateur: Andrews vs. Madison in Final

Lakewood, Washington (July 16, 2005) --

Jordan Madison, a Washington State University golfer from Pasco, Wash. continued his strong play Saturday afternoon defeating Travis Andrews, a University of Washington golfer from Auburn, Wash. 4 and 3. The first eighteen holes in the morning exchanged leads three times.

Madison and Andrew's match continued to be tight in the afternoon, in which Madison was only 1 up after 27 holes after making birdie on the 27th hole. Madison turned up the heat on the back nine, birding #10 and #11 to go 3 up with 5 holes to play. Then, on the 32nd hole of the match (#14), Madison made another birdie to go dormie (four up with four to play). Both players made par on the 33rd hole giving Madison the win 4 and 3.

ABOUT THE Pacific Northwest Amateur

First held in 1899, the Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur is one of the country’s longest running amateur championships. Held annually at world-class courses throughout the Pacific Northwest, this championship is played in the same format as the U.S. Amateur and features an impressive list of past champions that include; Nick Flanagan, Ben Crane, Jeff Quinney, Bill Sander, and Tiger Woods. Eligibility is open to members of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association and top amateurs throughout the world invited via Presidential Invitation. Each year’s champion earns a hosted exemption in to the Pacific Coast Amateur and Sahalee Players Championship. Non-PNGA members seeking a Presidential Invitation must submit a resume to the PNGA.

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