Defending champion Summerhays fronts impressive field in 68th Sunnehanna Amateur

Jun 28, 2021 | Top Story Johnstown

The 68th Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions will bring a field of 101 golfers to the Westmont course, including defending champion Preston Summerhays.

The tournament will begin Wednesday and conclude on Saturday at the par-70 Sunnehanna Country Club.

Summerhays shot a final-round 5-under 65 to finish with a Sunnehanna Amateur record-tying 14-under 266 – matching Allen Doyle’s score in 1992.

Summerhays, an Arizona State commit, became the youngest player to win the Amateur at 18 years, 2 days.

His father, Boyd Summerhays, played in the 1997 Sunnehanna Amateur, and the Summerhays name is well known in the golf world. Read full article here.

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