FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Washington State men’s golf student-athlete Michael Anderson is slated to take part in the Pacific Coast Amateur being held place July 22-25, 2014 at Pine Canyon Club. The tournament will be a 72-hole event that will play at par-72 and 7,272 yards.
Anderson qualified for his third-consecutive Pacific Coast Amateur. He finished in a tie for 35th last year after tying for the runner-up spot in 2012 when he lost in a five-way playoff.
A native of Phoenix, Anderson earned a team-best five finishes in the top 10 last season as a junior with the Cougars. He recorded a 73.77 stroke average, tops among 2014-15 returnees.
The Pacific Coast Amateur field consists of 87 golfers representing six countries. The current tournament’s history dates back to 1967, but its roots date back to 1901 making it one of the oldest amateur golf events in American history.