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Carlin Wins Washington Metropolitan Amateur

Aug. 5, 2007

Beallsville, MD - Virginia senior golfer Greg Carlin won the 88th Annual Washington Metropolitan Amateur Championship in convincing fashion Sunday. Played at the Members Club at Four Streams, Carlin defeated Trey Treadwell 8 & 7 in the 36-hole match play final. Carlin used four birdies in his first six holes to take a lead he would never relinquish.

Carlin was 8-under par for the 29 holes while Treadwell was even par when the match ended.

Carlin defeated Ryan Wielgus 6 & 5 in the semifinals and downed Stewart Chemer 7&6 in the quarterfinals as he cruised to the championship victory.




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