Sease comes through with South Carolina Mid-Amateur title
Jordan Sease (SCGA photo)
After battling through tough weather conditions throughout the weekend, Jordan Sease of Lexington, S.C., shot a final-round 75 to finish with a three-day total of 4-under 212 to claim a two-shot victory in the SCGA's Mid-Amateur Championship at Palmetto Hall Plantation’s Arthur Hills Course.
Sease began his final round with a two-shot lead but with constant wind gusts, the tournament victory was far from complete. Sease consistently added pars through the first six holes before making bogey on the 397-yard par-4 seventh hole. Finishing the front nine with two additional pars, Sease continued to control the lead by one shot over Raymond Wooten of Clemson, as Wooten respectively shot an even-par 36.
Sease continued to grind on the back nine, compiling seven pars, and despite two bogies, it still was enough to claim the championship by two strokes over defending champion Kyle Bearden of Barnwell, Scott Roberts of Lancaster and Raymond Wooten.
Finishing in fifth place was Brandon Truesdale of Rock Hill, who battled back into the mix with a final round low score of 69 and tournament total of one under par 215. The 2018 SCGA Player of the Year, Robert Lutomski of Simpsonville, finished in solo sixth place followed by first round leader Jeremy Revis of Greenville, who finished in seventh with a total score of 217.View results for South Carolina Mid-Amateur
ABOUT THE South Carolina Mid-Amateur
What has become known as the "Working Man's"
tournament, this Championship is for individuals
years of age and older. A 54 hole event that is
the low 60 and ties for the final round, the Mid
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