Henry Do Wins 2014 Michigan Amateur


University of North Carolina and Canton native Henry Do edged Steve Anderson of Troy in 19 holes to win the 103rd Michigan Amateur.

Anderson cut into Do’s 1-up lead on the 16th with a 20-fot putt, and then took his own lead on the 18th with a 45 footer.

“It was crazy,” Do said. “I give Steve a lot of credit for making those two putts on 16 and 17. It really gave me a headache because I thought I was closer than him on 16, and he could lag it close and I could lag it close and I would still be 1-up. Then on 17 he makes a bomb, which is unbelievable. I told myself I still have one more hole left, and if I can just stay in there I can hopefully force this to extra holes.”

On the eighteenth, Do fired a 180-yard 7 iron to within a foot to force extra holes.

Do won the title and the Staghorn Trophy on the first extra hole with a three foot putt for par.

“If I had to lose I’m happy it was to Henry,” Anderson said. “I made a great putt at 16, 17 was some luck there and on the extra hole, it just didn’t work out when I missed short. Henry’s a great guy with a great attitude and a lot of talent. It’s not bad to lose to somebody like that.”

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