ASU Summer Golf Notebook, Volume One

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Augusta State’s Mitch Krywulycz fired a six-under 65 Thursday to grab the first-round lead in the 79th Southeastern Amateur at the Country Club of Columbus in Columbus, Ga.

A rising junior from Sylvania, Australia, Krywulycz owns a one-shot lead over Tim Schaetzel and is two shots clear of Bill Allcorn and Jaguar teammate Carter Newman. A rising sophomore from Evans, Newman and Allcorn each tallied four-under 67’s. Michael Green of Augusta leads a group of three players at three-under 68.

ASU signee Taylor Floyd of Macon, Ga., signed for a one-over 72 and is part of an eight-way tie for 30th.

Krywulycz played in 10 of 12 events for the Jaguars as a sophomore in 2007-08 and was a member of the ASU lineup in both the NCAA Regionals and NCAA Championships. Newman played in six events for the Jags and recorded one top-five finish.

Newman tied for sixth in the Southeastern last summer while Krywulycz tied for 41st.

The Southeastern Amateur was created in 1922 by Fred Haskins. W.H. Dismuke Sr., won the inaugural event. The tournament was later renamed in 1938, controversial as it was at the time, to the Southeastern Amateur. Mr. Tommy Barnes was the first to have his name inscribed on the newly named trophy.

Among the winners since that event are Doug Sanders, Tommy Aaron, Danny Edwards, Curtis Strange, Columbus native Kenny Knox, and 5 time champion Allen Doyle. Included on the runner-up list are Mason Randolph, Gardner Dickinson, Bert Greene, Steve Melnyk, Gary Koch, Ben Crenshaw, Fuzzy Zoeller, Andy Bean, Willy Wood, and Paul Azinger.

For more information, visit www.southeasternamateur.com


79th Southeastern  Amateur
Country Club of Columbus
Columbus, Ga.
June 12-15, 2008


1.   MITCH KRYWULYCZ            65 -6          
2.   Tim Schaetzel             66 -5             
T3.  Bill Allcorn               67 -4             

T3.  CARTER NEWMAN              67 -4          
T5.  Wesley Bryan              68 -3          
T5.  Michael Green              68 -3            
T5.  Thomas Hugghins            68 -3          
T8.  Cameron Bishop             69 -2           
T8.  Hunter Hamrick             69 -2           
T8.  Leighton James             69 -2           
T8.  David Noll                 69 -2            
T8.  Wright Waddell             69 -2            
T8.  Brent Whitehead            69 -2          
T14. Harris English             70 -1        
T14. Clark Klaasen              70 -1            
T14. David McKendrick           70 -1        
T14. Fred Miller                70 -1         
T14. Rob Varner, Jr.            70 -1            
T14. Charlie Whittington        70 -1         
T14. Antonio Asistio            70 -1           
T21. Derek Chang                71 E           
T21. Matthew Hayes              71 E            
T21. Lion Kim                   71 E          
T21. Ryan LeFevre               71 E        
T21. Jay Moseley                71 E           
T21. Chris Piumelli             71 E          
T21. Patrick Reed               71 E           
T21. Ty Sanders                 71 E         
T21. Bobby Thomas               71 E            
T30. Kyle Albright              72 +1             
T30. Matt Carroll               71 +1          
T30. TAYLOR FLOYD               72 +1          
T30. Connor McHenry             72 +1          
T30.Brian Ottenweller           72 +1           
T30. Robbie Wight               72 +1            
T30. Christopher Wolfe          72 +1            
T30. Kevin Cooper               72 +1          
T38. Luke Bleumink              73 +2            
T38. Seth Brandon               73 +2          
T38. Bobby Brent III            73 +2            
T38. Chappell Brown             73 +2           
T38. George Bryan IV            73 +2            
T38. Adam Cohan                 73 +2            
T38. Franklin Dolan             73 +2           
T38. Ben Martin                 73 +2          
T38. Kevin Smith                73 +2           
T38. Blake Trimble              73 +2        
T38. Travis Wadkins             73 +2           
T38. Paul Woodbury              73 +2           
T38. Kevin Spittle              73 +2            
T51. Jarrod Barsamian           74 +3     
T51. Jonathan Bowden            74 +3           
T51. Tra Dykes                  74 +3           
T51. Jason Flowers              74 +3           
T51. Bubba Gallops              74 +3            
T51. Steve Kline Jr.            74 +3          
T51. Charlie McDaniel           74 +3        
T51. Tim McKenney               74 +3            
T51. Chris Rockwell             74 +3            
T51. Will Sprague               74 +3            
T51. JP van der Walt            74 +3       
T51. Speedy Gilstrap            74 +3          
T63. Taylor Smith               75 +4           
T63. Brad Smith                 75 +4            
T65. Jason Cohan                76 +5           
T65. Rocky Costa                76 +5            
T65. Craig Tallent              76 +5          
T68. Daniel Bowden              77 +6       
T68. Patrick Coleman            77 +6       
T68. Andrew Georgiou            77 +6            
T68. Mark Ogren                 77 +6           
T68. Kirk Whitehead             77 +6            
T73. Duke Butler                78 +7        
T73. John Calhoun               78 +7          
T73. Terry Lisle                78 +7             
T73. T.J. Mitchell              78 +7            
T73. Reese Moseley              78 +7             
T78. Murray Calhoun III         79 +8             
T78. Neill Hatcher              79 +8         
80.  Clay Taber                 81 +10

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