Hughett ousted in second round of match play at U.S. Senior Amateur Championship

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Michael Hughett, the most decorated golfer in Oklahoma Golf Association history, lost in the second round of match play at the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship at Wade Hampton Golf Club in Cashiers, N.C.

Hughett qualified for match play by tying for fifth place in 36 holes of stroke play qualifying and defeated Don Donatoni of Malvern, Pa., 6 and 5, in a match that began Monday but finished Tuesday morning due to darkness. He lost two up to George Zahringer of N.Y., in the round of 32. Hughett entered the par-5 18th hole one down but made a bogey.

 

 

 

 

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