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Be A Champion on the Golfweek Amateur Tour!
Flight leaders from each local tour will be invited to compete against the top tour members across the country at the 54-hole National Championship in Hilton Head, SC.
The 2016 Golfweek Amateur Tour Championship will be held Oct. 21-23 with a flighted skins game and Registration party on October 20.
Tournament Cost: $375
2016 Regional Results
Grand Strand Classic, Myrtle Beach, SC
July 19, 2016
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Within 30 days of joining the tour and filling out the 2016 registration, each member will receive an email from USHandicap with instructions on how to sign into your account. You will not be able to access your Silver membership until you receive the confirmation email. Nothing will be mailed, everything will be done via email address.
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Information on lodging and courses for the 2016 Golfweek Amateur Tour National Championship has been posted!!! See above for links.
Jim Aughtry, Fred Dixon, Kevin Saylor, Mark Sikes & Arron Chase all win the 2016 Southern Regional at Kiawah.
Jim Aughtry from the Charlotte Tour finally captured the victory that eluded him last year. Aughtry brought back a bad start in the first round to finish 4 back at 73. Then on Sunday, Aughtry fired the low round at the Ocean Course as he again posted a 73 for a victorious 146 total. Myrtle Beach’s Jeff Emory fired a 3 under par round of 69 at Osprey, but on Sunday the Ocean proved to be his nemesis as he posted 78 and finished second one shot back at 147. Steve Reigle from the Nashville Tour finished third at 75-74-149 and Orlando’s Cory Walker finished fourth at 154.
Fred Dixon from the Charleston Tour took home the hardware by four shots, firing a two day total of 150. Charleston’s Mark Ducker finished second at 154 and Jared Bibbee, also from Charleston took third at 158. Phil Vangeersdaelen (Charlotte), Terry Fisher (Jacksonville) and Eric Huffington (Orlando) all tied at 161 to finish fourth.
Charleston also took home the first place hardware in B flight as Kevin Saylor posted a two day total of 156 for the victory. Jerry Mast (Charleston) grabbed second at 159 and John Saager (Charleston) were third with 162. Tim Sumption (Charleston), Clif Morgan (Charlotte) and Boyd Laughlin (Hilton Head) all tied at 165 for fourth.
Mark Sikes from the Charlotte Tour took home the victory with a 161 total. Casey Sullivan (Charleston) finished second at 165 and Juan Restrepo (Orlando) was third at 167. Charleston’s Jack Overfield finished in fourth at 172.
Aaron Chase continued the Charleston dominance in bringing home the hardware with a victory at 188. Chris Huge (Charleston) grabbed second at 203 and Derek Kemp (Charlotte) was third at 206. Leslie Schofield (Upstate) rounded out the top four spots with 208.
Thanks to all the players who all made this a truly regional tournament as 19 tours competing over the weekend. Also, special congratulations to the Charleston Tour as they flexed their local knowledge of these courses to win in three separate flights.