August 23, 2020 Denham Springs, Louisiana
William Duncan of Baton Rouge shot the round of the Championship to win the Louisiana Golf Association Net Amateur Championship at Greystone Golf & Country Club in Denham Springs. Duncan shot a closing round of six-under par 66 to finish at five-under par 139 for the Championship to win by two strokes over Steven Cavell of Baton Rouge. This was Duncan’s second Net Amateur Championship, the first coming in 2014 at Carter Plantation.
Catherine Hodson of Baton Rouge won her second consecutive Net Amateur Championship on Sunday after winning the 2019 Championship at English Turn Golf & Country Club. Hodson trailed by one stroke entering the final round and carded the low round of the Championship, a two-under par 70 to finish the tournament at even par 144. Amanda Rothrock and Dawn Watson of Baton Rouge finished in a tie for second place with a total of 151.
The University Club claimed victory of the Net Club Team Championship over The National Golf Club of Louisiana by twenty-three strokes. Members of the winning team included, Catherine Hodson, Dawn Watson, Amanda Rothrock and Mark Herbst.
There were three flights in the Men’s Championship. Matthew Moss of Denham Springs was the winner of the St. Andrews flight over Kevin Schellhaas of Metairie. Asa Faulkner of Denham Springs defeated Paul Hinnenkamp of New Orleans by one stroke to win the Troon Flight. Resta Choate of Shreveport won the Carnoustie flight with a total of two-over par 146.
It was another beautiful day for golf in Denham Springs with temperatures rising to the low-90s. Greystone Golf & Country Club is in excellent condition and drew rave reviews from competitors.
Greystone Golf & Country Club course played to a par of 72 at approximately 6,400 yards for the Men’s Championship and approximately 5,200 for the Women’s Championship.
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