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Aug. 24, 2000

David Inglis, a freshman on The University of Tulsa men's golf team, won the prestigious Boys Amateur Championship last week, August 14-19, at the Hillside Golf Club in Liverpool, England.

Inglis, from Roslin, Scotland, won eight matches and played nine rounds of golf in six days at the largest boys event in Europe, which is equivalent to the U.S. Junior Amateur. Inglis joins the company of past winners the likes of Jose Marie Olazabal, Leif Westerberg and Sergio Garcia.

In addition, Inglis was a member of the Scotland Boys Team which won the European Boys Team Championship in a field consisting of 22 other European countries this past July. Inglis represented Europe in the Great Britain/Ireland vs. Europe Championship, which consisted of the best eight players.

Inglis and the Golden Hurricane golf team opens the fall season, Sept. 11-12 at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.