April 14, 2017 Comments Off on CRE Leader’s Son Hagestad Wins Low-Amateur Honors at the Masters Views: 790 Connect Classroom

CRE Leader’s Son Hagestad Wins Low-Amateur Honors at the Masters

As everyone in CRE is dusting off their golf clubs prepping for the spring season and heading out for Friday outings on the green, Stewart Hagestad (son of Sares Regis’ Managing Director John Hagestad) has already outdone the competition.

At the 81st Masters last weekend, Stewart won the low-amateur honors at the then-ripe age of 25 (having celebrated his 26th birthday this past week).

Hagestad surpassed competitor Curtis Luck to accomplish this “dream come true,” shooting 1-over 73, three shots better than Luck. What’s more, Hagestad became the first U.S. Mid-Amateur champion since 1989 to make the cut at the Masters.

His hard work has surely paid off, and about 35 friends and family members were there to witness the joyous moment. In Stewart’s words, “I had chills from about 75 yards out, and to have everyone just here to support me, what an honor.” 

Read More at Golfweek

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