Jeff Quinney To Chat Live Online
March 28, 2001
TEMPE, Ariz. - On Thursday, at 12 p.m. MT, Arizona State standout golfer and 2000 U.S. Amateur Champion Jeff Quinney will make a special visit to the TheSundevils.com/ESPN.com moderated chat room to take your questions!
Quinney, a senior, can look back at Aug. 28, 2000, as the day his life changed. Quinney had to go 39 holes to win the U.S. Amateur Championship and he did it in dramatic fashion by sinking a 30-foot put for birdie. Quinney joined Sun Devils Billy Mayfair (1987) and Phil Mickelson (1990) as Sun Devils to win the Havemayer Trophy. The 39 holes matched the longest Amateur final in history, alongside Sam Urzetta's win over Frank Stranahan in 1950.
What has followed has been a whirlwind tour for the finance major from Eugene, Ore. He has been to Germany, played in the Phoenix Open, just played in the Georgia Cup over the weekend and at the same time is still a student at ASU. And in the next few months, starting with The Masters next week, he will tee it up with the likes of Tiger Woods and the rest of the PGA Tour.
Feel free to join the chat with Jeff as he discusses what it will be like to tee it up with Tiger and how his senior year has been progressing. While he will not be stopping by until 12 p.m. MT on Thursday, you can leave your questions now and we will save them for his arrival!