PLAYOFF: Brown wins W. Penn. Amateur
BUTLER, Pa (July 2, 2013) - It took two playoff holes to do it, but David Brown succeeded, winning the Western Pennsylvania Amateur for the second time.
His final-round 70 was good enough to place him ahead of everybody else in the field, except Bo Lustig, whose 67 forced his way into a sudden death playoff.
Brown was the first-round leader with a 67 but dropped back into a tie for second after a one-over par 72 on Monday.
Monday night's leader Josh Stauffer shot 75 on Tuesday, falling back into a tie for fourth.
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ABOUT THE WPGA Amateur
Started in 1899 and played all but two
1917-18, during World War I, the West
Amateur is one of the oldest regional
championships in the country. The 54-hole
tournament starts with a field of 78
holes the first day, with a cut to the low
and ties (or within seven shots of the
the second day. 18 holes of stroke play
qualifying held at multiple sites for non-
players prior to the championship.
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