WGC's and Lincoln Memorial University senior golfer Dan Bradbury became the first Railsplitter in school history to compete in the USGA Amateur Championship. This August marked the 120th year of the competition that took place at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.
Bradbury, one of the most decorated golfers in LMU history, and a finalist of the 2020 Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year, finished stroke play shooting a 76 in his final round, and finished 7-over par for the week.
The senior from Yorkshire, England said the U.S. Amateur was an invaluable experience with many positives to take forward in his game.
"It was a really great experience to be involved with a tournament that has that deep-rooted history. I've played all the major amateur events back in England and none of those could compare to this one," Bradbury said. "Experience wise, it's brilliant, it's the top."
Fantastic achievement Dan and great to see it was such a fantastic experience!
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