Reeves wins Southeastern Amateur

COLUMBUS, Georgia (June 18, 2011) -- Seth Reeves entered the final round of the Southeastern Amateur with a nice cushion. After posting three rounds in the 60s he was alone at the top of the leaderboard at 9-under par.

Reeve's final round 74 may not have been up to the high standard he set in the first three rounds, but considering it is US Open week nobody can argue with playing a bit more conservatively (possibly away from final round pins) and bringing home a three stroke victory.

Reeves plays for Georgia Tech University.

Results: Southeastern Amateur
1GASeth ReevesDuluth, GA70068-67-69-74--278
2GASepp StrakaValdosta, GA50073-66-70-72--281
3TNKeith MitchellChattanooga, TN40070-69-73-70--282
T4NCJordan WalorWake Forest, NC40069-69-70-75--283
T4INBrad SmithPeru, IN40070-73-73-67--283

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ABOUT THE Southeastern Amateur

The Southeastern Amateur is a top-level amateur golf tournament with a rich history dating back to 1922 - when the tournament was created by Fred Haskins. Each year, the Southeastern Amateur has the great honor of hosting many of the nation's top amateur golfers, from Division I NCAA National Champions to the nation's top Mid- Amateurs.

Field is limited to 90 players. The format is 72 holes of stroke play. The field will be cut to the low 60 and ties after 54 holes.

$295 entry fee includes practice round, at least three tournament rounds, and breakfast/lunch each day.

Open qualifier held the day before the tournament.

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