Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews tees off at the first hole at Cedars at Dungeness on Sunday, July 12, 2020, in the Clallam County Amateur. Andrews won the event by two strokes, with second-place finisher Cole Reynolds of Auburn in the background. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews tees off at the first hole at Cedars at Dungeness on Sunday, July 12, 2020, in the Clallam County Amateur. Andrews won the event by two strokes, with second-place finisher Cole Reynolds of Auburn in the background. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

GOLF: WWU’s Andrews fends off Auburn teen to win Clallam County Amateur

SEQUIM — Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews led the Clallam County Amateur from start to finish, fending off a charge from Meridian Valley’s Cole Reynolds to win Sunday evening.

Andrews, a Juanita High School product who played at the 3A Washington State Golf Tournament, shot a 7-under-par 209 over three days while Reynolds, an Auburn Mountainview product, came in second with a 5-under-par 211.

Andrews took a lead after day one with a 68 at Peninsula Golf Course, while Reynolds was three shots down with a 71. Reynolds got to within one stroke of Andrews on Saturday by shooting a solid 68 at Sunland.

But Andrews shot a 71 Sunday at Cedars at Dungeness to hold off Reynolds, who shot a solid 72.

Clallam County Amateur Net Winner Charles Lee of the Chambers Bay Golf and Country Club with his trophy Sunday.

Clallam County Amateur Net Winner Charles Lee of the Chambers Bay Golf and Country Club with his trophy Sunday.

Winning the net score was Charles Lee of Chambers Bay Golf Club with a handicapped 8 under par. Local golfer Derek Moore of SkyRidge Golf Course came in second in the net with a 4 under par and Dennis Powell of Sunland Golf and Country Club and Scott Hendricks of Peninsula Golf Club tied for third with a net 2 under par.

Andrews and Lee share the biggest purse at $375 each.

Andrews had the best scores at Peninsula and Cedars at Dungeness, while Reynolds had the top score at Sunland.

Lee had the best net scores at Peninsula (68) and Cedars (68), while Lisa Chon of the Cedars at Dungeness Women’s Club had the best net at Sunland with a 66.

Andrews was the top competitor among the Flight 1 golfers with his 7 under par 209. Winning Flight 2 was Lee with a 4 over par. The Flight 3 winner was Moore with a 19-over-par 235. Winning Flight 4 was Tim Frost of the Tam O’Shanter Golf and Country Club in Bellevue with a 44-over-par 260.

Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews won the Clallam County Amateur on Sunday.

Western Washington University’s Devin Andrews won the Clallam County Amateur on Sunday.

In net scores, Andrews won Flight 1 with a 1 under par, Lee won Flight 2 with an 8 under par, Moore won Flight 3 with a 4 under par and Powell won Flight 4 with a 2 under par.

Collecting $300 purses were Reynolds, Moore and Frost. Jade Tisdale of Peninsula Golf Club also won a $300 purse for coming in second in the Flight 2 net with a 4 over par as the flight winner Lee had already collected a $300 purse as the gross winner of that flight.

Adam Shantz of Sunland and Gordy Nishimoto of the Auburn Golf Course each collected $275 purses for coming in second in the Flight 3 net with 9 over pars. Flight 3 net winner Moore had already collected a purse for being the gross winner of Flight 3.

A total of 111 golfers participated in the three-day tournament with a total purse of $6,950.

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