Edward Richardson shoots 67 to lead St. Augustine Amateur
ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida (Oct. 10, 2014) —
Edward Richardson posted a three-under
in the opening-round of the St. Augustine
Amateur, being held at St. Johns Golf Club.
Richardson is one of four players under-par
leads the talented field by two shots.
Richardson's round included a bogey-free 32
the first nine and an even-par backside
bogeyed both par-threes but made fours on
of the two par-fives.
In a three-way tie for second place are
Gordon, Brandon Mancheno, and Joseph
Four more players are tied for fifth at even-
after rounds of 70 to open the event.
ABOUT THE ST. AUGUSTINE
Jennison founded the St. Augustine
The St. Augustine Amateur is a national
established in 2004 for better amateur and
players. The 54-hole stroke play, walking
competition is conducted over three days.
limited to 78 players whose golf resumes
tournament experience have earned them a
the field. The winner receives the John C.
III Trophy as well as Golfweek/AmateurGolf.co
Rankings, World Amateur Golf
Spawar ranking points.
John "Jay" Jennison III passed away
before his time. His vision for the
he authored in 2004, lives on at St. John's
“The best expression of the game lies in
high level amateur competitions and the
and sportsmanship attendant at such
our vision to conduct an event which
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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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