Scott Harvey wins Cardinal Amateur
GREENSBORO, N.C. (July 20, 2014) -- Scott Harvey stormed back with a final-round 3-under 67 to win the 2014 Cardinal Amateur.
Playing the Dye Course at Sedgefield Country Club, Harvey followed rounds of 68-70 over the first two days of the event with the red-hot closing number and cleared runner-up Al Dickens IV by two shots for the title.
Harvey, of course, is one of the top mid-amateur golfers in the country. Earlier this year, he logged Top 10s at the Northeast Amateur, Coleman Amateur and Carolinas Mid-Amateur and helped the U.S. to a win at the inaugural Concession Cup.
Dickens, from Charlotte, shot 68-70-69 to take solo second place ahead of Logan Harrell, an NC State golfer who carded rounds of 68-71-69.
Woody Woodward (74-70-66) and second-round leader Daniel Pizetoski (67-68-75) tied for fourth place to round out the Top 5 finishers.
The Cardinal Amateur is an invitation-only and features a strong mix of talented collegiate players and mid-amateurs.
ABOUT THE Cardinal Amateur
The Cardinal Amateur, presented by McConnell
Golf, is held at the Sedgefield Country Club, Pete
Dye Course in Greensboro, NC. 54-hole stroke
play tournament. Many former competitors are
now on the PGA, Senior PGA and Nationwide
tours. The field consists of 78 contestants,
chosen among college level and mid-amateurs.
Jay Sigel, a winner on the senior tour, has been
quoted as saying that the Cardinal Am is one of
the finest amateur tournaments in the country
and one which he wishes he had won during his
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