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Wilson Flirts With Top Page of Leaderboard at U.S. Senior Open


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eff Wilson was tied for ninth though one round of the U.S. Senior Open after shooting a 1-under 70 this July at Oak Tree National in Edmond, Okla. The Fairfield resident was one of


just two amateurs to make the cut after a second-round 76, and still held onto the low amateur lead through Saturday. But Wilson closed with a 75 to


ultimately finish three shots behind fellow amateur Mike McCoy. “This year I had a pretty good feel- ing that if I did what I can do, I could finish up in the top 25,” Wilson told California Golf. “It didn’t quite work out that way. I played really well the


first round but I made a lot of mistakes the last three rounds.” Wilson finished at 10-over 294 to


tie for 43rd. The 51-year-old qualified for the U.S. Senior Open in 2013, but missed the cut. Wilson was the low amateur during


the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, shooting 74-72 to make the cut. Wil- son has earned medalist honors twice at the U.S. Amateur, most recently at the 2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay, and is a three-time medalist at the U.S. Mid-Amateur. Fellow NCGA member Doug


Williams missed the U.S. Senior Open cut in his first try, shooting 84-91.


Jeff Wilson


Later this summer, Williams knocked off No. 1-seed Jim Knoll in the second round of the NCGA Senior Match Play Championship.


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