BC’s Mandur Selected for 2019 PNGA Morse Cup Team Along with Ronne and Lu
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2019-07-24
Tristan Mandur of Duncan, B.C., Craig Ronne of Klamath Falls, Ore. and Shawn Lu of Honolulu, Hawaii have been selected to represent the Pacific Northwest Golf Association at this year’s Morse Cup team competition, which will take place simultaneously with the 53rd Pacific Coast Amateur Championship held at the Championship Course at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
Meet the Team
University of Utah
T16 – 2019 Pac-12 Conference Individual Championship
3rd – 2019 Bandon Dunes Championship by Gonzaga
Qualified for the 2019 U.S. Amateur
9th – 2018 British Columbia Amateur Championship
T10 - 2019 British Columbia Amateur Championship
Runner-up – 2017 Canadian Junior Boys’ Championship
Champion – 2016 British Columbia Junior Boys’ Championship
Klamath Falls, Oregon
University of Oregon
2019 Pac-12 Conference All-Freshman Honorable Mention
9th – 2019 Oregon Amateur Championship
3rd – 2019 Saint Mary’s Invitational
17th – 2019 Western Intercollegiate
21st – 2019 Pac-12 Conference Individual Championship
T26 – 2019 Sahalee Players Championship
3rd – 2018 Oregon Stroke Play
Champion – 2017 Oregon Junior Amateur Championship
2017 Oregon Junior Boys’ Player of the Year
Oregon State University
Rd of 16 – 2019 Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur Championship
Runner-up – 2018 California State Fair Amateur
Champion – 2018 Oahu Country Club Invitational
Champion – 2017 Oahu Country Club Invitational
Champion – 2017 U.S. Army Invitational Tournament
Champion – 2015 Hawaii State Amateur Championship
Click HERE to read about the British Columbia team in the Morse Cup.
Click HERE for live scoring from The Pacific Coast Amateur.
About the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship
The Pacific Coast Amateur Championship is one of the oldest and most prestigious amateur golf championships in North America. The first championship was held on the links of San Francisco Golf Club at The Presidio in 1901. After being played until 1911, The Pacific Coast Amateur then ceased to exist, only to be reconstituted at Seattle Golf Club in 1967. Today, 15 member Pacific Rim golf associations comprise the Pacific Coast Golf Association.
Held on an annual basis since 1967, the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship boasts a rich history of showcasing some of the most talented golfers in the United States and Canada.
Past champions of the Pacific Coast Amateur who have gone on to successful professional careers include PGA TOUR winners Billy Mayfair (1987, 1988), Jason Gore (1997) and Ben Crane (1998) as well as Web.com Tour winners and brothers Michael Putnam (2004) and Andrew Putnam (2010).
For more information on the championship, visit www.pacificcoastamateur.com.