Southern Amateur

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The Southern Amateur is an amateur golf tournament. It has been played since 1902 and is organized by the Southern Golf Association. From 1902 to 1963, it was played at match play. Since 1964, it has been played at stroke play.

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References

  1. "Southern Amateur – Past Results". Southern Golf Association. Retrieved 18 July 2021.