Kwon to compete for the Morse Cup

Local collegiate golfer Kevin Kwon has been picked to golf for his province.

B.C. Golf announced that Adam Svensson, Kevin Kwon and Jared du Toit have been asked to represent Team B.C. at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur on July 22-25.

Both Kwon, a Pitt Meadows resident who competes in teh NCAA for the Washington State Huskies, and du Toit have accepted to play at the event at Pine Canyon in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Svensson, the top-ranked male amateur golfer in Canada, has the event on his schedule but unfortunately the dates may conflict, if Svensson is exempt to play in the RBC Canadian Open on July 24-27.

The team will compete for the Morse Cup in the team competition portion of the Pacific Coast Amateur. Teams consist of three individuals, the best two of three scores each day during the first two days of the 72-hole championship count. Samuel F. B. Morse, founder and developer of Pebble Beach Golf Links, donated the trophy.

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