30 Oct '13, 8pm

More on the Brickyard Collegiate ending:

The best way Alfred Sams Jr., in his Southern drawl, can describe the Brickyard Collegiate legacy is by ticking off the names from inside the top 10 on the 2007 leaderboard, the inaugural tournament. “Harris English, Brian Harman, Russell Henley,” Sams begins, with emphasis. “Cameron Tringale, Chesson Hadley, Kyle Stanley, Hudson Swafford.” Those seven twentysomethings have since combined to win three PGA Tour events. Five were within the top 100 spots on the final 2013 PGA Tour money list. It helps Sams, co-owner of the Brickyard at Riverside in Macon, Ga., drive home a point about the beloved collegiate event in his backyard: It separated the champions. After a seven-year run as one of the top tournaments in college golf, the Brickyard Collegiate will not return in 2014. Sams said that’s due to the loss of sponsors and volunteers. “We reached the point that those who had...

Full article: http://golfweek.com/news/2013/oct/30/brickyard-collegiate...

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