2021 Arizona Golf Overseed Schedule
October 12, 2021
In case you missed it… our 2021 AGA Overseed Schedule is available to view and download.
Additionally, you can find it in our latest issue of the AZ Golf Insider Digital Magazine, which is shown below.
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Davidson, Honerkamp and Longe win 2021 Arizona Divisional Match Play at Papago Golf Club
Mike Davidson, David Honerkamp and Don Longe are the winners of 2021 Arizona Divisional Match Play at Papago Golf Club for their respective divisions.
On the fourth day of competition, Davidson won 6&5 against Matthew McDougall in the Championship Match of the Masters Bracket.
In the Senior Bracket, Honerkamp defeated David Galbraith 3&2 to secure the championship in match play. Longe beat Bob Burton 3&2 as well in the Championship Match of the Legends Bracket.
🏆 Victory! Team AGA takes the 2021 Goldwater Cup!— Arizona Golf Association (@AZGOLFassoc) September 28, 2021
The AGA Senior team narrowly missed out on their title defense…
Thank you to everyone for coming out, the @southwestpga of course & @PhxCountryClub for making a memorable 60th Bob Goldwater Cup.
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Long and Summerhays, Javnick and Hauptman, qualify for U.S. Women’s Fourball Championship in Puerto Rico.
Phoenix, AZ– Berlin Long and Grace Summerhays, along with Jayden Jevnick and Kate Hauptman, earned co-medalist at the 2021 U.S. Women’s Amateur Fourball Qualifier at Briarwood Country Club.
Long, from Lehi, Utah, is verbally committed to play at Brigham Young University. Her playing mate, Grace Summerhays, from Scottsdale, Arizona, is committed to Arizona State.
Kate Hauptman, 12-year-old, is from Phoenix, Arizona. In her last eight tournaments, Hauptman has five T5 or better finishes. Jayden Jevnick, just 13 years-old, is from Cave Creek, Arizona. This Thursday was Jevnick’s 12th event of 2021. In twelve events, she has six T10 or better finishes.
After shooting 5-under 67 on Thursday, the four shared a two-stroke lead over the rest of the field.
All four women will be heading to Grand Reserve Golf Club next April for the U.S. Women’s Fourball Championship. This is the first time that a Puerto Rico course will host a USGA Championship.
Teenage takeover – watch out San Juan! 🇵🇷— Arizona Golf Association (@AZGOLFassoc) September 30, 2021
🏅 Berlin Long, Grace Summerhays
🏅 Jayden Jevnick & Kate Hauptman earned co-medalists honors to qualify for the #USWFourball after shooting rounds of 5️⃣-under 6️⃣7️⃣ today at Briarwood Country Club!
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Power Pair Lindquist and McCarthy take 2021 Arizona Four-Ball title
LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz – John Lindquist and Patrick McCarthy combined to shoot an overall 17-under on the Wigwam Golf Club Gold course the weekend of September 11th to claim the 2021 Arizona Four Ball title. They started the competition by shooting a 7-under which left them trailing JGAA talents Adam Miller and Charlie Palmer by one stroke on the day.
McCarthy and Lindquist came out firing with a renewed spirit on Sunday though to shoot a 10-under, besting the rest of the field by four strokes.
“We just fed really well off each other. When one of us had a bad hole the other covered the others back,” said Lindquist.
“We kind of picked spots we wanted to go at because we knew there were some tough pin locations,” added McCarthy, “Today we just got off to a lot better of a start.”
💪 Power pair John Lindquist & Patrick McCarthy shot 1️⃣0️⃣- under today to claim the 2021 #AZFourBall Championship! They finished with an overall score of 17-under.— Arizona Golf Association (@AZGOLFassoc) September 12, 2021
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This is Patrick McCarthy’s first AGA Championship win and second for John Lindquist who captured the 2020 Arizona Stroke Play Championship held at Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Course in Maricopa, AZ back in April.
In the Senior Divison, Jeff New & Lee Decof shot 9-under on the final day, after going bogey-free on the first day, to finish 14-under and win by four shots over the rest of the field.
🏆 Jeff New & Lee Decof shot 9️⃣-under today to finish 14-under overall besting the rest of the field by four strokes to claim the #AZFourBall Senior Division!— Arizona Golf Association (@AZGOLFassoc) September 12, 2021
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For Full Results click here.