2020 National Tour Championship



To all Golfweek Amateur Tour Members,


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Publisher – Golfweek








Congratulations to the 2020 Golfweek Amateur Tour National Champions!

Left to Right: Scott Roberts, Charlotte, NC- Championship Flight
Alexander Hoffman, Arkansas - A Flight
Paxton Lane, Arkansas - B Flight
Scott Allen, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX - C Flight
Anthony Prano, Orlando, Florida - D Flight


Record showing for the year of COVID!

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – This year’s tournament marked the 26th anniversary of the Golfweek Amateur Tour National Championship and it drew the largest field for the Tour Championship in its history. In all, a record 975 players competed this year.

In the Championship Flight, Scott Roberts won his first Tour Championship by four shots over Joe Jaspers. Roberts opened the tournament Friday at Hilton Head National with a one-over-par round of 72.  Saturday at Arthur Hills in Palmetto he posted a two-under-par round of 70 to take a one shot over Joe Jaspers going into Sunday’s final round.  On Sunday, Roberts started out hot with a front nine 33 and never looked back as he closed with a one-under-par round of 70 for the victory.

Scott Roberts, Charlotte (72-70-70—212)

Joe Jaspers, Charlotte (73-71-73—216)

Jeff Wong, Hilton Head-Savannah (74-72-71—217)

Jacob Hamner, Louisiana South (73-72-72—217)

Jake Garey, Hilton Head-Savannah (74-76-79—219)

In the A Flight, Alexander Hoffman started with a first round 79 and improved every day to earn a 4-shot win over Michael Carey and Ryan Scott.

Alexander Hoffman, Arkansas (79-74-72—225)

Michael Carey, Louisiana South (79-73-77—229)

Ryan Scott, Eastern, NC (73-79-77—229)

Brent Densmore, Hilton Head-Savannah (76-79-76—231)

Jason Hall, Tidewater, VA (74-78-79—231)

In the B Flight, Paxton Lane, Elliot Capers and Albert Delamarter all remained tied after three rounds at 246 totals.  The sudden-death playoff went two holes with Paxton Lane winning and becoming the youngest ever Golfweek Amateur Tour Champion at just 13 years old.

Paxton Lane, Arkansas (83-83-80—246)

Elliot Capers, Tampa, FL (90-79-77—246)

Albert Delamarter, St. Louis, MO (78-84-84—246)

Beth Hunt, Myrtle Beach-Wilmington (83-81-83—247)

Keith Greenfield, Arkansas (88-80-81—249)

In the C Flight, Scott Allen won by two shots over Robert Luter of Arkansas.

Scott Allen, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX (81-86-79—246)

Robert Luter, Arkansas (81-84-83—248)

Richard Scruggs, Mississippi Gulf Coast (86-90-81—257)

Joe Smillie, Tampa, FL (92-87-79-258)

Jason Brown, Jacksonville, FL (87-87-84—258)

In D Flight, Anthony Prano won by just one shot on the final hole for the victory over Charles Benintende with a three-day total of 271.

Anthony Prano, Orlando, FL (87-91-93—271)

Charles Benintende, Indiana-Western KY (88-86-98—272)

Wesley Nichols, Columbia, SC (90-96-93—279)

Nancy Lindsay, Los Angeles, CA (94-87-98—279)

Raymond Medina, Houston, TX (93-90-97—280)

The Charlotte, NC Tour took the Team Cup with a three-day total of 2488 stokes. The Louisiana, South Tour took second with 2496 shots followed by last year’s champions, the Hilton Head-Savannah Tour (2511). The Eastern NC Tour finished fourth at 2516 followed by Arkansas, Orlando, FL and Central Carolina all tied for fifth with a three-day total of 2522.



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