Hogan Award Ceremony: Live chat replay
For the second consecutive year, the Ben Hogan Award Banquet was broadcast LIVE on Golfweek.com from Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, beginning at 8 p.m. EDT.
The schedule of events:
• 8 p.m.: Finalists Bud Cauley, Russell Henley and Nick Taylor chatted live with Golfweek.com users in the lead-up to the award ceremony.
• 9 p.m.: Award ceremony began.
• Click here to watch highlights from last year’s award ceremony – and replay the live chat – with winner Kyle Stanley and finalists Rickie Fowler and Jorge Campillo.
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Meet this year’s finalists...
Hometown: Jacksonville, Fla.
Accomplishments: Two-time first-team all-SEC . . . won the Isleworth Collegiate Inviational and Linger Longer Invitational . . . posted four additional top-10 finishes during the 2009-10 college season . . . won the 2009 Players Amateur . . . posted top-10 finishes at the 2009 Northeast Amateur, Dixie Amateur and Masters of the Amateur . . . advanced to the semifinals of the 2009 Western Amateur . . . member of Walker Cup and Palmer Cup.
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Hometown: Macon, Ga.
Accomplishments: SEC Player of the Year . . . won the Brickyard Collegiate Championship, Wendy’s Charleston Shootout and SEC Championship . . . posted four additional top-10 finishes during the 2009-10 college season . . . tied for ninth at the 2009 NCAA Championship . . . won the 2009 Georgia State Amateur . . . finished second at 2009 Dogwood Invitational . . . tied for 34th at the Nationwide Tour’s 2010 Athens Stadion Classic . . . will compete for Team USA in the 2010 Palmer Cup.
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Hometown: Abbotsford, British Columbia
Accomplishments: Two-time Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year (2009, ’10) . . . finished in the top 10 in nine of 11 events during the 2009-10 college season . . . tied for ninth at the 2009 NCAA Championship . . . finished as low amateur at 2009 U.S. Open, tying for 36th . . . won the 2009 Sahalee Players . . . earned co-medalist honors at 2009 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship and advance to the championship match . . . finished in the top 10 at the Canadian Amateur (T-3) and Copa de las Americas (8th) . . . tied for 34th at the Nationwide Tour’s 2009 Children’s Hospitals Invitational.