Dudley takes inaugural Timuquana Cup
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Oct. 21, 2012) -- Tommy Dudley fired a final-round 2-under 70 to win the inaugural Timuquana Cup at Timuquana Country Club.

Dudley opened with a first-round 74 but battled back with the low round on Saturday, a 1-under 71. His final-round 70 was enough to give him a one-shot victory.

Nick Gilliam, the former NCAA Champion, finished second at even-par following three straight 72s.

Jacob Davidson was third at 70-75-73--218 while Brad Wilder took fourth place at 73-74-73--220.

Anthony David rolled to a four-shot victory in the Senior Division. Steve Melnyk, the former British and U.S. Amateur champion and PGA Tour player and broadcaster, finished fourth in the senior division. Melnyk also served as the inaugural tournament's organizer.

ABOUT THE Timuquana Cup

Invitational tournament with a field consisting of 40 of the top Mid Amateur players in the country, together with 20 of the top Senior Amateurs and 18 more Super Senior amateurs .

The theme of the event will be a "Gathering of Friends" with a small, select field dedicated to those individuals whose passion is amateur golf. The Timuquana Cup will be a celebration of amateur golf.

The tournament chairman is Steve Melnyk, and USGA Rules Official Tom Dudley will be in charge of course set up and the rules of competition. One of the highlights of this year's event will be a cocktail cruise on the St. Johns River departing from the Timuquana Country Club dock and housing will be available for many competitors in members' homes.

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