Alex Prugh Places Second at Rosauers

July 17, 2005

Washington junior Alex Prugh placed second at the 2005 Rosauers Open Invitational at Indian Canyon Golf Club. Prugh had rounds of 66, 70 and 63 for a 54-hole total of 199. He placed six shots behing Ryan Benzel of Seattle. Prugh's older brother, Corey, tied for fourth overall at 200. Corey had rounds of 66, 68 and 66. He won $4882.50 at the professional event.

Former Husky walkon Travis Andrews placed second at the PNGA Men's Amateur. He was defeated 4 and 3 by Jordan Madison, a golfer from Washington State.

Madison and Andrew's match continued to be tight in the afternoon, in which Madison was only 1 up after 27 holes after making birdie on the 27th hole. Madison turned up the heat on the back nine, birding #10 and #11 to go 3 up with 5 holes to play. Then, on the 32nd hole of the match (#14), Madison made another birdie to go dormie (four up with four to play). Both players made par on the 33rd hole giving Madison the win.

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