Former RI Amateur Champ Chatfield Comes Up Short in Effort to Qualify for Travelers Championship
Former Rhode Island State Amateur champion Davis Chatfield came up short in his effort to qualify for the Travelers Championship on Monday at Ellington Ridge Country Club in Connecticut.
Chatfield got off to a good start with a one-under front nine, before shooting three-over on the back to finish with a two over par 74.
Chatfield won the 111th RI State Amateur in 2016 over Kevin Silva before heading off the the University of Notre Dame.
The two qualifiers were David Pastore and Chase Koepka, the brother of Brooks Koepka.
They were both five under.
Chatfield at Notre Dame
This season, Chatfield averaged 70.75 strokes per round – good enough for second best on the team.
He finished 11-under par overall and posted two top-10 finishes.
Chatfield sealed the team victory at the Fighting Irish Classic with a huge par putt on the 18th.
He also achieved his best finish of the year in the process with a fourth-place showing.