Preview: 2020 Alberta Mens Amateur Championship
Alberta’s best golfers to compete for Alberta’s top prize at historical Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club
Alberta Golf (Medicine hat) – The 2020 edition of the Alberta Mens Amateur Championship tees off Tuesday at The Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club, one of the oldest courses in Alberta founded in 1913 and relocated to it’s current location in 1934. 131 players comprise the field that will compete in hopes of adding their name to the history books.
Dates: July 21-23
Course: Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club
Yards/Par: 6,377 yards/Par 71
2019 Champion: Andrew Harrison
Format: 54 holes of stroke play competition; cut to low 60 players and ties after 36 holes
- Carter Graf – 2019 Alberta Junior Champion
- Matt Bean – 2019 Alberta Mens Amateur runner-up
- Brendan MacDougall – 2019 Alberta Golf Player of the Year
- Brandon Markiw – 2018 Alberta Mid Amateur Champion
- Jesse Galvon – 2019 Alberta Mid Amateur champion
- Max Sekulic – 2019 Alberta Match Play Champion
Andrew Harrison won the rain-shortened Alberta Mens Amateur Championship at Wolf Creek Golf Resort to cap off an amazing summer that saw the Camrose product also win the Alberta Open Championship presented by SVR Lawyers. Harrison has turned professional and wont be in the field this week to defend his title.
The Alberta Mens Amateur Championship was first contested in 1908. Sun Life Financial has been a proud sponsor of the event since 1991.
2010 – Steven Lecuyer
2011 – Scott Stiles
2012 – Riley Fleming
2013 – Riley Fleming
2014 – Tyler Saunders
2015 – Brett Hogan
2016 – Evan Holmes
2017 – Brett Hogan
2018 – AJ Armstrong
2019 – Andrew Harrison
ABOUT THE COURSE
More information on the Medicine Hat Golf and Country Club can be found here.