Hogan Award Ceremony: Live chat replay
Monday, May 24, 2010
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.