St. Augustine Am named Tournament of 2004 in Florida
ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida — The inaugural St. Augustine Amateur, launched in 2004, was named the Men’s Golf Tournament of the Year by the editors of Golf News.
Fred Seely, Editorial Director of Golf News, wrote: “We’ve always felt the area could support an event that would draw a national field, but until this year, no one stepped up to the table. A group at the St Johns County course did and produced an outstanding tournament that promises to get better.”
Golf News is published monthly and serves the golf community in North Florida. (visit www.golfnews-southeast.com
Jay Jennison, Tournament Chairman, stated: “I am very gratified that the hard work of the committee, our volunteers, and the staff at the St Johns Golf Club has been recognized by Golf News. We are actively planning for our 2005 event and we expect the tournament to continue to prosper and grow.”
The St Augustine Amateur is designed for better amateur and collegiate players from all over the country. The format is 54 holes, stroke play. The field is limited to 84 players. The winner of last year event and the current champion is Tyler Brown of the University of North Florida with a score of 1 under par 209.
The dates of the next St Augustine Amateur are October 14-16, 2005.
More information is available through the tournament’s website at www.staugustineamateur.org
or by writing to Jay Jennison, Tournament Chairman, c/o St. Augustine Amateur, PO Box 3661, St. Augustine, FL 32084.
ABOUT THE St. Augustine Amateur
54 hole stroke play event for better
and collegiate players. The field will be
to 84 players, with no cut. The tournament
open to Amateurs only whose entry has been
accepted by the Tournament Committee
however there is an open qualifier several
weeks prior to the event - contact the
Tournament Committee or visit the website
Unless prior arrangements are made with
approval of the Committee, competitors
walk during the competition.
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