Best of the Weekend: Harvey wins the Coleman and more
(May 1, 2017) - "This [win] means more than any Masters appearance and I can't tell you how special it is, I cried off and on for two hours last night," top-ranked Mid-Amateur Scott Harvey said of his emotional win at the Coleman Invitational
Also picking up a win at Seminole Golf Club over the weekend was top-ranked senior Doug Hanzel.
At the 50th playing of the Champions Cup Bryant Lach and Matt Cordell won at their home club of Champions Golf Club in a playoff.
In the college ranks a pair of top-10 teams won their conference titles. At the Big Ten Championship No. 8 Illinois, with the help of medalist Dylan Meyer won their third straight league title while at the Pac-12 Championship No. 9 Oregon, led by individual winner Wyndham Clark claimed the title.
The WAC Championship was also played over the weekend with Seattle taking the title as Vinnie Murphy of Grand Canyon medaled.
On Thursday the NCAA Women's Division I Golf Championship field was announced.
The two weekend long Alameda Commuters wrapped up on Sunday with Cal's Sebastian Crampton winning in wire-to-wire fashion. The Alameda Senior Commuters was just a two day affair but the result was also a wire-to-wire victory with Jeff Hoffman claiming the title.
-Tyler Crawford found his groove early at Lakeside Golf Club and won the Kelly Cup-By combining rounds of 64-69-69 the team of Hugo Bernard and Mike Weeks finished 16-under and won the Palm Beach County Four-Ball-Southern Mississippi sophomore Philip Heine and Eddie Brescher posted an impressive 21-under tally to win the rain-shortened Mississippi State Four-Ball-It took five extra holes, but Jeff Belk and Robert Sheats won the Georgia Four-Ball Championship-At the Florida Women's Mid-Amateur Meghan Stasi defended her title in comeback fashion
Major of Amateur Golf season is starting to hit its stride and it will continue this week with the Carlton Woods Invitational and Terra Cotta Invitational.