Novak Declared Champion in Rain Shortened Championship
Due to unplayable course conditions, the 83rd edition of the SCGA Amateur Championship has been reduced to a 54 hole event and Andrew Novak has been declared the 2014 Champion.
After 1.25 inches of rain over night and a total of almost four inches over the last three days, The Reserve Golf Club in Pawleys Island took as much as it could handle. With unpassable fairways, ponds in the bunkers and overall saturated conditions, play was not possible within the hours needed to complete the final round. For Full Story and Final Round Results
Novak Takes Two Shot Lead Into Final Round
After a tumultuous third round of the 83rd SCGA Amateur Championship at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island, Andrew Novak continues to lead by two strokes. Two weather delays, including heavy rains and significant lightning, kept the field off the course for nearly four hours. A saturated course also forced SCGA Tournament Officials to make the course play as a par 71, changing the short par-four sixteenth hole into a 135 yard par-three. Cont. For Full Story and Third Round Results
Novak Maintains Four Shot Lead
Andrew Novak shot an even par score of 72 for a two day total of 137 to maintain his four shot advantage in the SCGA Amateur Championship at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island. Tied for second place are four players at three under par 141.
The Wofford college golfer began the day playing in the very last group knowing that his four shot margin was still safe after the morning wave had completed play. The young Mt. Pleasant golfer was steady throughout his round making one bogey on the par four 6th hole and one birdie on the par five 13th. Cont. For Full Story and Second Round Results
Novak takes Big Lead After Round One
After the first round of the SCGA Amateur Championship, Andrew Novak of Mount Pleasant holds a four shot lead over Ben Fogler and Ryan Carpenter. On a day when only eight players managed to break par at The Reserve Golf Club in Pawleys Island, Novak tamed the beast shooting a seven under par 65. Cont. For Full Story and First Round Results
South Carolina Amateur Championship Comes to The Reserve Golf Club
Young golfers with big games keep coming in waves, a scenario that will be on display July 31-Aug. 3 in the 83rd South Carolina Amateur Championship at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island.
“Those players are simply amazing,” Happ Lathrop, executive director of the South Carolina Golf Association who won the State Amateur in 1968, said. “This has the potential to be one of our finest championships.” Cont. Full Press Release
Lexington Qualifying Results
33 players shot a score of 74 or better at the Country Club of Lexington (6,654 yards, Par 72, 72.4/138) in Lexington, SC to qualify for the SCGA’s 83rd Amateur Championship. Gaines Milliner of Aiken shot the low score of the day at seven under par 65. Full Story and Results
Wyboo Qualifying Results
10 players shot a score of 75 or better at Wyboo Golf Club in Manning, SC to qualify for the SCGA’s 83rd Amateur Championship. Jeff Wong of Bluffton shot the low score of the day at four under par 68. Full Story and Results
Three Pines Qualifying Results
28 players shot a score of 74 or better at Three Pines Country Club (6,542 yards, Par 72, 71.8/130) in Woodruff, SC to qualify for the SCGA’s 83rd Amateur Championship. Josh O’Neal of Simpsonville shot the low score of the day at seven under par 65. Full Story and Results
Coosaw Creek Qualifying Results
30 players shot a score of 75 or better at Coosaw Creek Country Club (6,574 yards, Par 71, 72.5/136) in North Charleston, SC to qualify for the SCGA’s 83rd Amateur Championship. Cameron Mackay of Bluffton shot the low score of the day at four under par 67. Full Story and Results