Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship Event History

The Georgia Mid-Amateur Championship, held annually since 1982, is open to male amateur golfers who are GSGA members, are residents of Georgia and are at least 25 years of age on the day of the first round. The format is 54 holes of stroke play.

Year
Champion
Hometown
Runner-Up
Result
Site
1982
Ross Johnson
Rome
213
Coosa Country Club, Rome
1983
Danny Yates,
Atlanta
East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta
1984
Allen Doyle
LaGrange
210
East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta
1985
Danny Yates,
Atlanta
212
East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta
1986
Allen Doyle
LaGrange
209
Summit Chase Country Club, Snellville
1987
Allen Doyle
LaGrange
207
Dalton Country Club
1988
Allen Doyle
LaGrange
208
Okefenokee Country Club, Blackshear
1989
Allen Doyle
LaGrange
208
Jones Creek Golf Club, Evans
1990
Wright Waddell
Columbus
217
Port Armor Golf Club, Greensboro
1991
Sonny Trammell
Forsyth
Canongate-On-White Oak, Newnan
1992
John Trivison
Jonesboro
219
West Lake Country Club, Augusta
1993
Rusty Strawn
McDonough
215
Sea Island Golf Club, St. Simons Island
1994
Danny Yates
Atlanta
215
Great Waters, Eatonton
1995
Jim Stuart
Macon
209
Osprey Cove Golf Club, St. Mary's
1996
Bryan Hancock
Suwanee
212
Athens Country Club
1997
Howard Jones
Marietta
218
Harbor Club, Greensboro
1998
Tra Dykes
Columbus
202
Country Club of Columbus
1999
Wright Waddell
Columbus
213
Doublegate Country Club, Albany
2000
Greg Kennedy
Duluth
214
Lanier Golf Club, Cumming
2001
Rick Cloninger
Dacula
215
Augusta Country Club
2002
Rick Cloninger
Dacula
211
The Frog Golf Club, Villa Rica
2003
Wendell Akins
Statesboro
134
Crooked Creek Golf Club, Alpharetta
2004
Doug Hanzel
Savannah
211
Jennings Mill Country Club, Bogart
2005
Jefferson Murray
Augusta
136
Coosa Country Club, Rome
2006
Mark Strickland
Woodstock
212
Cartersville Country Club
2007
David Noll Jr.
Dalton
209
Country Club of Columbus
2008
Jeff Knox
Augusta
207
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee, Eatonton
2009
Jeff Knox
Augusta
207
White Columns Country Club, Alpharetta
2010
Adam Cooper
Columbus
209
The Brickyard at Riverside, Macon
2011
Mark Strickland
Woodstock
210
Kinderlou Forest Golf Club, Valdosta
2012
David Noll, Jr.
Dalton
205
Berkeley Hills Country Club, Duluth
2013
Cameron Hooper
Atlanta
208
The Savannah Golf Club
2014
David Noll, Jr.
Dalton
214
Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee, Eatonton
2015
Jack Hall
Savannah
205
Marietta Country Club, Kennesaw
2016
John Engler, Jr.
Augusta
207
Augusta Country Club
2017
David Denham
Athens
202
Cartersville Country Club
2018
Taylor Smith
Covington
212
Piedmont Driving Club, Atlanta
2019
David Noll, Jr.
Dalton
216
The River Club, Suwanee

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