Humerickhouse Completes 3-peat at CGA Mid-Amateur

EAGLE — Keith Humerickhouse of Gypsum Creek Golf Course became just the second player in history to win three consecutive Colorado Golf Association Mid-Amateur Championships as he lapped the field Sunday at Eagle Ranch Golf Course.

The left-hander, who lives in Eagle, won Sunday by a dozen shots, marking the largest victory margin in the event since Rick DeWitt posted a 14-stroke win in 1991.

Not coincidentally, Humerickhouse and DeWitt are now the only players to have won the CGA Mid-Amateur more than twice. DeWitt captured the title in the 25-and-older event seven times from 1991 through 2002, including four straight at the end of that span.

Humerickhouse completed his three-peat on Sunday with a bogey-free round of 4-under-par 68, which left the 36-year-old former golf professional with a three-day total of 11-under-par 205.

In three rounds, Humerickhouse played only two holes in over par — with a double bogey and a bogey — while he carded 14 birdies.
No other player in the field finished under par for 54 holes.
  
Chris Wilson of Eisenhower Golf Club, an assistant coach for the Air Force Academy golf team, claimed second place at 1-over-par 217 as a 12-foot birdie on the final hole gave him a 73 on Sunday.
  
Bryan Rusin, who shared the lead after the first round, tied for third place with fellow CommonGround Golf Course player Charles Santaularia. Both players closed with 71s on Sunday.

CGA Mid-Amateur Championship
At Par-72 Eagle Ranch GC in Eagle

Keith Humerickhouse, Gypsum Creek GC, 71-66-68–205
Christopher Wilson, Eisenhower GC, 76-68-73–217
Charles Santaularia, Commonground GC, 75-72-71–218
Bryan Rusin, CommonGround GC, 70-77-71–218
Andy Dannewitz, Meadow Hills GC, 73-77-71–221
Danny Riskam, Columbine CC, 78-73-70–221
Mark Zbrzeznj, Eagle Vail GC, 76-70-75–221
Dean Clapp, Meadow Hills GC, 76-72-74–222
Steve Irwin, Lakewood Country Club, 71-78-73–222
Richard Bradsby, Lakewood CC, 76-76-71–223
Gary Driber, Ridge At Castle Pines North, 70-71-82–223
Jon Lindstrom, Heritage at Westmoor, 78-76-70–224
Wes Martin, The Courses at Hyland Hills, 74-77-73–224
Thomas Roos, Spring Valley GC, 76-78-70–224
Ryan Axlund, Commonground GC, 78-76-71–225
Danny Hahn, Commonground GC, 78-78-69–225
Brian Richmeier, Meadow Hills GC, 73-80-72–225
Michael Harrington, Kissing Camels at Ga, 79-74-73–226
Rick Kelly, Commonground GC, 74-75-77–226
Pete Mangold, Cherry Creek CC, 78-80-69–227
Grant Roberts, Eagle Ranch GC, 77-76-74–227
Butch Boucher, Haymaker GC, 75-78-75–228
Paul Erdman, Colorado National GC, 73-74-81–228
Jeff Chaubet, Eagle Ranch GC, 78-75-75–228
Matt Strong, Plum Creek G & CC, 76-75-78–229
Harry Johnson, Eagle Ranch GC, 79-77-74–230
Grant Porter, CommonGround GC, 73-82-75–230
Robin Bradbury, Heritage at Westmoor, 74-80-77–231
Michael Abrams, Indian Peaks GC, 76-82-73–231
Jake Firkins, Gypsum Creek GC, 73-81-77–231
Michael Love, The Club at Pradera, 83-75-74–232
Scott Sullivan, Bookcliff CC, 80-78-74–232
David Delich, Broadmoor GC, 80-78-75–233
Sean Forey, Rolling Hills CC, 79-79-75–233
Tim Kratz, CommonGround GC, 78-75-80–233
David Ramsden-Wood, Denver Athletic Club, 75-79-79–233
Tony Komatz, Eagle Ranch GC, 77-77-81–235
John Luoma, Colorado GC, 77-80-78–235
Greg Michaels, Legacy Ridge GC, 76-79-80–235
Scott Patterson, Eagle Ranch GC, 82-75-80–237
Bruce Hogg, Patty Jewett GC, 77-80-81–238
Joe Frey, Willis Case GC, 79-78-81–238
Michael Knoll, The Club at Crested Butte, 74-83-82–239
Aaron Spear, Broadlands GC, 72-84-84–240

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