Brandon Cloete eagled the par-5 10th hole at Riverside Golf Course to win a playoff over Tom Halla on Sunday in the 50th Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship.
The 47-year-old Colgate resident, playing in the tournament for the 28th straight year, has finished second three times.
Brandon Cloete, Zach Gaugert and Tom Halla each were 6-under after the first day of play.
The Ray Fischer Amateur Championship golf tournament will be played for the 50th time this weekend when it tees off at Riverside for the 35th year.
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Stricker shot a 66—his second 66 in three rounds—to get within three shots of leader Daniel Berger going into today's final round.
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Steve Stricker was appointed U.S. captain on Tuesday for the 2017 matches at Liberty National, where the Americans will try to extend their dominance over an International team comprised of players from everywhere else in the world except for Europe.
Stricker, a co-leader of the tournament after he shot a 66 during Friday's second round, shot a 71 on Saturday. He goes into today's final round in a three-way tie for fifth place at 4-under, four shots behind leader Bill Haas.
“My No. 1 goal is to win again,” he said. “I'm hitting the ball not much differently from five years ago. It's about getting it in the hole, and I've been grinding on my putter for the last five months.”