Northeast Amateur History

The Northeast Amateur Invitational is considered a ‘major’ in amateur golf, and is ranked #4 of the U.S. amateur golf events of more than 700 events ranked by the R&A World Amateur Ranking List. It is the only 72 hole amateur event played in twosomes, and has been given the name of “Masters of Amateur Golf” by a noted senior golf writer. The tournament began in 1962 and was played as a 54 hole event until 1968. Currently the tournament is conducted over 72 holes of stroke play, with a cut after 54 holes. The field consists of top amateur players throughout the world and is limited to 90 players, by invitation only. The Northeast Amateur celebrated 50 years of success commemorated by the 50th Anniversary Book. The book is dedicated to the members of Wannamoisett Country Club in gratitude for their unwavering support of the Northeast Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament for the past 50 years.

Peter Uihlein

2011 Champion
2 Worldwide Wins
European Tour Rookie of the Year

Dustin Johnson

2007 Champion
10 Worldwide Wins
$21 Million Career Earnings

Anthony Kim

2004 Champion
4 Worldwide Wins
$12 Million Career Earnings

Luke Donald

2000/01 Champion
15 Worldwide Wins
$31 Million Career Earnings

Jonathan Byrd

1999 Champion
6 Worldwide Wins
$17 Million Career Earnings

David Duval

1992 Champion
1 Major/19 Worldwide Wins
$19 Million Career Earnings

Jay Sigel

3-Time Champion ('84, '85, '91)
16 Worldwide Wins
2 U.S. Amatuer's
$10 Million Career Earnings

Brett Quigley

1988 Champion
3 Worldwide Wins
$12 Million Career Earnings

Hal Sutton

1980 Champion
1 Major/15 Worldwide Wins
$18 Million Career Earnings

John Cook

1978/79 Champion
26 Worldwide Wins
$21 Million Career Earnings

Scott Hoch

1977 Champion
22 Worldwide Wins
$22 Million Career Earnings

Ben Crenshaw

1973 Champion
2 Majors/29 Worldwide Wins
$11 Million Career Earnings

Tournament Champions

  • 1962 | Dick Siderowf
  • 1963 | Gene Francis
  • 1964-1965 | Ronnie Quinn
  • 1966 | Dick Siderowf
  • 1967 | Marty Fleckman
  • 1968 | Pete Bostwick, Jr.
  • 1969 | Jerry Courville
  • 1970 | Allen Miller
  • 1971 | Vinnie Giles
  • 1972 | Wally Kuchar
  • 1973 | Ben Crenshaw
  • 1974 | Bill Hyndman
  • 1975 | Rocky Waitt
  • 1976 | Bob Byman
  • 1977 | Scott Hoch
  • 1978-1979 | John Cook
  • 1980 | Hal Sutton
  • 1981 | Dick Von Tacky
  • 1982 | Chris Perry
  • 1983 | Bill Hadden
  • 1984-1985 | Jay Sigel
  • 1986 | Robert Friend
  • 1987 | Bob Lewis, Jr.
  • 1988 | Brett Quigley
  • 1989 | Jeff Barlow
  • 1990 | Todd White
  • 1991 | Jay Sigel
  • 1992 | David Duval
  • 1993 | Allen Doyle
  • 1994 | Gary Simpson
  • 1995 | Notah Begay III
  • 1996 | Jason Enloe
  • 1997 | Brad Elder
  • 1998 | Michael Harris
  • 1999 | Jonathan Byrd
  • 2000-2001 | Luke Donald
  • 2002 | Brian Quackenbush
  • 2003 | Chris Nallen
  • 2004 | Anthony Kim
  • 2005 | Kyle Reifers
  • 2006 | Carlton Forrester
  • 2007 | Dustin Johnson
  • 2008 | Brendan Gielow
  • 2009 | Dan Woltman
  • 2010 | Joseph Bramlett
  • 2011 | Peter Uihlein
  • 2012 | Justin Shin
  • 2013 | Cory Whitsett
  • 2014 | Stewart Jolly
    • 2015 | Hunter Stewart
    • 2016 | Fred Wedel