July 29, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Colorado State junior golfer Cameron Harrell punched his ticket to the U.S. Amateur Championship last week, winning the 36-hole qualifying tournament on July 22 at the Fort Collins Country Club, home to CSU’s own Ram Master’s Invitational.
Harrell, one of three Rams to compete in all 35 rounds for Colorado State last season, continued an eventful summer with his latest tournament victory, and will now advance to next month’s U.S. Amateur Championship, slated for Aug. 12-18 at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass.
Harrell ran away with medalist honors at the qualifying tournament, winning by five strokes with the only sub-par score of the day, a 5-under 235. Harrell’s opening round of three-under-par 67 marked the lowest of the tournament.
Harrell and the Rams will return to the Links at the Fort Collins Country Club again this fall, hosting the second annual event Sept. 16-17.
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