The 103rd Washington Men’s Amateur Championship wrapped up yesterday at The Links at Moses Pointe. Dane Huddleston from Woodland won with an impressive three-day score of 202, 14-under. Huddleston won by three strokes over Max Herendeen of Bellevue, who fired a three-day score of 205, 11-under.

Huddleston started the championship with a three-under 69. He trailed Herendeen, Johnny Carey from Seattle, Drew Warford from Snoqualmie, and Conrad Chisman from Stanwood who all shot four-under 68. Huddleston fired a five-under, 67 before improving again with a six-under 66 to win the Championship.

Huddleston finished T-2 last year in the championship and is on the Utah Valley University golf team. Huddleston will receive an exemption into the 2024 and 2025 U.S. Amateur Championships.

This field was very competitive, with the top 24 players playing the Championship under par. The field consisted of players from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Minnesota, California, and Canada. There were cuts made after the second round, with the top 60 and ties making it through to the final round. 65 players made the cut this year.

For the full results from the Championship, you can click here.

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