Pacific Northwest Amateur: Madey, Beale reach finale
PULLMAN, Wash. (July 10, 2014) -- Cole Madey and James Beale both won a pair of matches Thursday to advance to the championship match at the 2014 Pacific Northwest Amateur at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
Madey, the bracket's No. 4 seed, knocked off No. 28 Charles Kern in the morning quarterfinals, winning in 20 holes before beating Derek Bayley in the semifinals, 3 and 2.
The victories set up a 36-hole championship match against Beale, who beat No. 6 Conner Kumpula in 19 holes before defeating No. 7 Dylan Wu in the afternoon semifinal to advance.
The championship match is slated to begin at 7:30 a.m. and AmateurGolf.com will have full coverage of the finale.
For a full look at the full match play leaderboard, follow the results link below.
ABOUT THE PNGA Amateur
First held in 1899, the Pacific Northwest Men’s
is one of the country’s longest running amateur
championships. Held annually at world-class courses
throughout the Pacific Northwest, this championship
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
of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association and top
amateurs throughout the world invited via
Invitation. Each year’s champion earns a hosted
exemption in to the Pacific Coast Amateur and
The Championship will be conducted in two stages:
Stroke Play – All players must complete the 36-hole
stroke play qualifying in order to determine the 64
players who will advance to match play. In the event
of a tie for the final qualifying spot(s), a sudden-
death playoff will be used to determine the qualifiers.
In the event of a tie for the Qualifying Medalist, a
sudden-death playoff will commence.
Match Play – The General Numerical Draw will be in
effect. Single elimination match play. 36-hole
Championship Final Match. All other matches are 18
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