Arizona Amateur Semifinal Play Suspended Due to Rain


For Immediate Release
August 12, 2022



David Bataller
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SCOTTSDALE – Both semifinal matches were suspended due to inclement weather Friday afternoon at the 98th Arizona Amateur Championship, played at Desert Mountain Club’s Outlaw Course. Play will resume at 9:15 a.m. Saturday morning, with match winners advancing to the Championship match set for later Saturday.

“After monitoring weather reports and collaborating with Desert Mountain staff, we made the determination to suspend play for the day,” said Logan Rasmussen, Director of Rules and Competitions for the Arizona Golf Association. “We are excited to resume play in the morning and wrap up the championship tomorrow.”

Play was halted at 1:27 p.m., with Joe Neuheisel holding a 4-up lead through eight holes over Sean O’Donnell, with both players safely in the 9th fairway off the tee. Camden Braidech leads Rylan Johnson 3-up through seven holes, with both players having played their approaches to the 8th green.

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