Best of the Weekend: Terra Cotta, Timuquana Cup and more
(May 8, 2017) - A handful of Majors of Amateur Golf were contested over the weekend with Patrick Christovich winning the Timuquana Cup Invitational
and Florida commit Chris Nido taking the Terra Cotta Invitational
Also at the Timuquana Cup Jack Hall made his way into the winners circle by way of his Senior Division triumph.
Over the weekend AmateurGolf.com hosted its Monterey Four-Ball presented by Callaway Golf with Frank Pieper and Jeff Britton claiming the Senior Championship while Gary Beene and Del Masters took the Net Division.
At the Carlton Woods Invitational Justin Kaplan won the Mid-Amateur Division while Jeff New took home the title in the Senior Division.
The biggest win internationally over the weekend came from Jack Singh-Brar at the Lytham Trophy.
There was no action in the college ranks this weekend as teams gear up for the postseason but the final regular season Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll was released with Vanderbilt returning to the top spot.
The Women's Division I NCAA Tournament gets underway today so here is a closer look at the four regional host courses.
-Flora high school teammates Ryan Marter and Jack Parrott won the 66th Carolina Four-Ball-First time FSGA winners Luke Farmer and Shane Reynolds won the Florida Two-Man Shootout-Jon Lindstrom and Richard Bradsby emerged at the Colorado Four-Ball-Sam Migdal repeated at the Old Warson Cup-The 2017 Alabama Four-Ball was captured by the team of Matt Johnson and Heath West-Josh Lampley is now a two-time Mississippi Mid-Amateur winner-It was a wire-to-wire victory this weekend at the Peach Blossom Invitational for the team of Stan Gann Jr. and Shawn Hodge-Playing as the 16-seed Mark Macejewski won the San Antonio Mid-Amateur Match Play title-Sam O'Dell was the only player to finish under-par and as a result he is the winner of the Fox Puss Invitational