#BMWPhillyAm Qualifying: Inniscrone - The Golf Association of Philadelphia

May 22, 2022

#BMWPhillyAm Qualifying: Inniscrone

Even par sets pace in #BMWPhillyAm Qual. at Inniscrone

The road to the BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship was traveled by many Saturday at Inniscrone Golf Club (par 70, 6511 yards), and even par was the number to beat.

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The season’s lone #BMWPhillyAm Qualifying event scheduled on a weekend teed off 11 a.m. Saturday. The day’s cut line stopped at 5-over 75, meaning 16 players on the dot made the championship proper.

The 122nd BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship will take place June 13-15 and 18 at Philadelphia Country Club and Union League National Golf Club – Liberty Hill (Stroke-Play Qualifying only).

Alex Seelig, a Reading Country Club member and Robert University junior, grabbed a share of medalist honors with that even-par 70 number. Earlier in the week, Seelig took home the Berks County Golf Association Match Play Championship at the Berkshire Country Club. The 21-year-old Reading, Pa. resident’s lone birdie on the day arrived on No. 2 (par 4, 354 yards), which was paired with 16 pars and just one bogey.

Also securing a #BMWPhillyAm invite and share of Qualifying medalist honors was Riverton Country Club’s Jack Wallace. Wallace, no stranger to GAP Major championships, arrived at that even scorecard in a slightly different way than Seelig. His six birdies combined with six bogeys equaled 70. The 38-year-old Cinnaminson, N.J. resident will

The BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship is GAP’s premier individual championship. Participants must first advance through a one day, 36-hole stroke-play qualifier to gain one of 32 available match play positions. Those who qualify for match play must advance through four matches in two days to reach the BMW Philadelphia Amateur Final, which is typically held on the Saturday of Father’s Day weekend. The winner receives the J. Wood Platt Trophy; its namesake holds a record-seven BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship titles.

Celebrating Amateur Golf since 1897, GAP, also known as the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is the oldest regional or state golf association in the United States. It serves as the principal ruling body of amateur golf in its region. The Association’s 330 Member Clubs and 90,000 individual members are spread across Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland. The GAP’s mission is to promote, preserve and protect the game of golf.

Name, clubScore
Alex Seelig, Reading Country Club70
Jack Wallace, Riverton Country Club70
John Dimler, Northampton Country Club71
Carter Field, LuLu Country Club73
Blake Reifsnyder, Galen Hall Country Club73
R.J. Wren, Honeybrook Golf Club73
Jake Fazio, Huntingdon Valley Country Club74
Nathan Guertler, Merion Golf Club74
Kevin Kramarski, Moorestown Field Club74
D.J. Pinciotti, Huntingdon Valley Country Club74
Daniel Rudershausen, Bidermann Golf Course74
Evan Eichenlaub, Saucon Valley Country Club75
Michael Fioravante, LedgeRock Golf Club75
Logan Hess, Crossgates Golf Club75
Darren Nolan, Cedarbrook Country Club75
Sean Semenetz, Philadelphia Cricket Club75
Failed to qualify 
Matthew Bastian, Rolling Green Golf Club76
Brandon Capone, Mercer Oaks Golf Course76
Robert Cummings, Riverton Country Club76
Jack Homer, Wilmington Country Club76
Taylor Kellogg, Philadelphia Cricket Club76
James McHugh, Metedeconk National Golf Club76
Bill Murray, Burlington Country Club76
Steve Oh, DuPont Country Club76
John Stevenson, Whitemarsh Valley Country Club76
Sam Varano, French Creek Golf Club76
Drew Clark, Bidermann Golf Course77
Pete Feicht, DuPont Country Club77
Blaine Lafferty, Little Mill Country Club77
Ryan McCarty, Huntingdon Valley Country Club77
Matthew Homer, Wilmington Country Club78
Lance Oberparleiter, Trump National Golf Club – Philadelphia78
Robert Robertson, Avalon Golf Club78
Kyle Buchman, Northampton Country Club79
Mark Coassolo, Brookside CC of Allentown79
Jordan Cooper, Legacy Club at Woodcrest79
Andrew Jaskel, Union League Golf Club at Torresdale79
Marshall Kain, Overbrook Golf Club79
Connor McNicholas, The 1912 Club79
Matthew Vital, Northampton Country Club79
Jack Walsh, Old York Road Country Club79
Evan Drummond, Applecross Country Club80
Rob Good, Merion Golf Club80
Kevin Karabin, Glen Oak Country Club80
Ted Brennan, Philadelphia Country Club81
Joe Dulka, Bellewood Country Club81
Benjamin Foster, Scotland Run Golf Club81
Lee Nonnemacher, Steel Club81
Greg O’Connor, Bellewood Country Club81
James Ulsh, Carlisle Country Club81
Kevin Lafond, Blue Bell Country Club82
Jack Orr, Little Mill Country Club82
Jonathan Radick, Spring Mill Country Club82
Patrick Pasquariello, Philadelphia Country Club83
Robert Richardson, Deerwood Country Club83
Winston Blank, Saucon Valley Country Club84
Chris Chizauskie, The Springhaven Club84
Michael Crowley, Briarwood Golf Club84
Luke Serbun, Waynesborough Country Club84
Andrew Simpson, Pilgrim’s Oak Golf Course84
Ryan Winchester, Philadelphia Publinks Golf Association84
Benjamin Pochet, Spring Ford Country Club86
Joe Del Franco, White Manor Country Club87
John Hansel, Sandy Run Country Club88
Gary Schoeman, Gulph Mills Golf Club88
Matt Crilley, Steel Club89
Ryan Kelly, Philadelphia Cricket Club89
Josh Schneider, Chesapeake Bay Golf Club90
Damon Watkins, Chambersburg Country Club91
Drew Zieg, Kennett Square Golf & Country Club94
Bryant Jones, Bala Golf Club96
Pat Kain, Overbrook Golf Club97
Zane Pysher, Green Pond Country Club134
Phil Anzaldo, Tavistock Country ClubDQ
David Colleran, Overbrook Golf ClubNC
Christopher Detoro, Rolling Green Golf ClubNC
Justin Howe, Applecross Country ClubWD
Jack Ross, Medford Lakes Country ClubWD
DQ – disqualification; NC – no card; WD – withdrawal 

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