Senior golfer Todd White wins South Carolina Amateur
Todd White (South Carolina G.A. photo)
It was a tight race at the top of the leaderboard heading into the final round of the 92nd SCGA Amateur Championship this morning between Todd White of Spartanburg and Rafe Reynolds of Greenville.
Finishing the day with an overall score of 10-under par 278, 1990 SCGA Amateur Champion, Todd White was crowned champion of the 92nd SCGA Amateur Championship at Musgrove Mill. White had two birdies today and posted a final round score of even-par 72 to re-claim the title and become a 2X SCGA Amateur Champion.
“I got off to a great start today,” White said. “I managed to keep the ball in play and keep everything in front of me. I’m really at a loss for words right now. I’m 55 years old so I really enjoy teeing it up against the college kids just to see how my game stacks up, and I’m very proud of the longevity for which I’ve been able to remain competitive. But for me, this really validates a lot of the hard work I put in to be able to continue to compete.”
Rafe Reynolds was named runner-up, finishing the tournament one-shot behind White at nine-under par 279 overall.
Wade Wawner of Charleston carded an overall score of six-under par 282 to claim the third-place position.
ABOUT THE South Carolina Amateur
The Palmetto State’s finest amateur golfers square
off in their annual youth-vs.-experience battle in the
South Carolina Golf Association’s Amateur
Championship. The 72 hole event will include the top
golfers in South Carolina who have either qualified
for their position or earned an exempt status
another accomplishment. This Championship brings
out the best in all participants and includes former
Champions such as Lucas Glover, DJ Trahan and Bill
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