Cameron Sisk Finalist for September Ben Hogan Award
Arizona State senior Cameron Sisk is one of three finalists for September's Ben Hogan Golfer of the Month honor.
Sisk, a native of San Diego, earned Pac-12 Golfer of the Month after tallying a victory and a runner-up in two events in September.
He won the Maridoe invitational in a sudden-death playoff by putting up a 7-under score of 209 (70-66-73) in three days. That same week Sisk placed second at the Fighting Illini Invitational with a 2-under score of 208 (71-69-68) to finish two shots out of first place. In the month of September he recorded a stroke average of 69.50 over the course of six rounds.
Sisk is one of three golfers to be nominated for September honors for the Ben Hogan Award, joining North Carolina's Ryan Gerard and Luke Kluver of Kansas.
Fifteen ballots are eligible to be cast which includes 12 members from the Hogan Trophy Award Foundation and three social media fan ballots. The votes are issued to the top vote getter on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, with voting open through Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 10 a.m. The winner of the prestigious award will be announced following the close of voting.
The Ben Hogan Award is given annually to the top men's and women's golfers in all collegiate and amateur play over the previous 12 months. The award has been given out since 1990.