AmateurGolf.com's Players of the Month: November 2022
01 Dec 2022
by Jim Young of AmateurGolf.com
November is traditionally one of the quietest months on the amateur golf calendar, but that didn't stop us from scouring the globe to find a handful of outstanding performances turned in by some familiar names.
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AmateurGolf.com's Players of the Month for November, 2022
The former Wake Forest standout is trending well. He went 5-0 to lead the East team to a convincing win in the East-West Cup Matches
at Maridoe Golf Club and then posted a 2-0-1 record to spark Team USA's comeback over Europe at the Concession Cup
in Spain. Beck's timing was impeccable, as both performances came under the watchful eye of Walker Cup captain Mike McCoy
. It's no coincidence Beck was one of two mid-amateurs to land an invitation to the upcoming Walker Cup Cup practice session
in Juno Beach, Fla.
and BOB ROYAK
These two former U.S. Senior Amateur champions and longtime four-ball partners each went 4-1-2 to lead their teams to victory in the East-West Cup Matches and the Concession Cup in Spain. In between those two events, the duo won the Georgia State Four-Ball
championship for the fourth consecutive year, posting a winning score of 18-under 198 to earn a two-shot victory.
The 19-year-old Thai player and reigning Thailand Women's Amateur Open champion finished runner-up in the Women's Asia-Pacific Amateur
for the second year in a row and was one of eight amateurs to advance to the LPGA's Q Series Final Stage. She has since turned pro and will either be on the LPGA Tour or Epson Tour next year.
The U.S. Women's Amateur
champion finished sixth in the Women's Asia-Pacific Amateur
and made the cut in two Japan LPGA events, including the Itoen Ladies Golf Tournament and the Daio Paper Elleair Ladies Open, where she finished 30th and 15th, respectively. She has now made five professional cuts in 2022.