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Harbin beats Kelly in Southeastern Am playoff
COLUMBUS, Georgia (June 16, 2012) -- Dykes Harbin emerged from a playoff on Saturday with the Southeastern Amateur title. The South Carolina senior defeated Sean Kelly to earn a victory at the Country Club of Columbus in Columbus, Ga.

Harbin, of Augusta, Ga., and Kelly, of Bradenton, Fla., finished regulation at 6-under 282 before playing off for the title.

Mookie DeMoss made a run at the top of the leaderboard during the final round, carding a 4-under 68 that was the best round of the day. He fell one shot short of the playoff and finished in a tie for third with Sepp Straka, a University of Georgia sophomore.

Keith Mitchell was solo fifth at 4-under 284 and two other players, Clark Palmer and Tommy Mou, finished T-6 another shot back.

Results: Southeastern Amateur
1GADykes HarbinAugusta, GA70074-70-67-71--282
2NYSean KellyStaten Island, NY50071-69-72-70--282
T3GAMookie DeMossDuluth, GA40071-71-73-68--283
T3GASepp StrakaValdosta, GA40073-69-70-71--283
5TNKeith MitchellChattanooga, TN40069-69-69-77--284

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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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