McCoy wins 2004 Crump Cup at Pine Valley
Pine Valley, NJ- (September 26, 2004) The George A. Crump Cup was played from Sept 23-26 at Pine Valley Golf Club.
Michael McCoy defeated Jamie Slonis, 4 and 3, and captured the 82nd annual championship.
McCoy, of Des Moines, Iowa, eliminated San Francisco's Randy Haag, 1 up, in the morning semifinals. Slonis advanced to the title match of the 16-player championship flight with a 1-up victory against Overbrook's Chris Lange in a 19-hole match.
Jack Vardaman of Washington, D.C., took the Senior Division trophy with a 1-up win over Joseph Keller of Massachusetts, and Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania's David Brookreson prevailed in the Senior Second Flight.
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ABOUT THE Crump Cup
The George A. Crump Memorial Tournament --
hotelier and course architect most famous for
Pine Valley -- is arguably the premier mid-
event in the United States. The invitational field
made of of top players from around the United
and the UK. The format for the four days is two
of stroke play qualifying, followed by four
match play. Players are flighted according to
qualifying position, and a separate Senior flight
includes three of those flights. Jay Sigel has won
event the most times, with nine victories
1975 and 1993.
Normally, the public is invited to attend the Sunday
final matches but that tradition has been suspended.
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