Jacobs, Wagner win Oregon Mid-Amateur titles
and Jake Wagner
took home titles at the 34th Oregon Mid-Amateur Championship which concluded on Sunday at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland.
It is the first time that Jacobs, from Portland, has won the Mid-Amateur competition. She posted an opening-round 73 and followed that up with a final-round 74 to finish the event at 3-over par.
Jacobs held off Krissy Peterson
who took second place at 5-over par (77-72). Defending champion Lara Tennant
, who has won three straight U.S. Senior Women's Amateur titles, finished third at 10-over par (76-78).
Wagner came from behind to take the men’s title finishing the event at 2-under par (73-69). Wagner dropped in six birdies in Sunday’s final round, including five on the back nine, to win the event by a stroke over Landon Banks.
Banks (72-71) was the only other competitor to finish under par. Robbie Ziegler
(72-72) and Jake O'Neal
(72-72) tied for third at even par.View results for Oregon Mid-Amateur
ABOUT THE Oregon Mid-Amateur
WOMEN: Entries are open to female amateur golfers
with USGA Handicap Indexes™
of 22.4 or less. The field will be limited to the 21
entrants with the lowest USGA
Handicap Indexes at the entry deadline. In the event
that the Women’s Division does
not reach its field limit, the remaining spots will be
transferred to the Men’s Division.
MEN: Entries are open to amateur golfers with USGA
Handicap Indexes™ of 10.0
or less. The final Championship field will include
exempt players as well as those that
advance from the additional 18-hole stroke play
All contestants must be members in good standing
an OGA Member Club and be at
least 25 years of age.
36-hole stroke play competition. Prize awards will be
made on the basis of gross finish.
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