Chris Hickman completes summer hat trick
ETSU rising junior Chris Hickman won the 49th Delaware State Golf Association Open Championship by five strokes on Tuesday.
ETSU rising junior Chris Hickman won the 49th Delaware State Golf Association Open Championship by five strokes on Tuesday.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

By Brad Myers, The News Journal 12:04 a.m. EDT July 30, 2014

When Chris Hickman has won this summer, he has won big.

The 20-year-old amateur from Centreville, Md., continued that trend on Tuesday, pulling away to win the 49th Delaware State Golf Association Open Championship by five strokes. It was his closest victory of the summer, even though it wasn't very close.

DSGA Open: Gray, Hickman tied at top heading into final round

Last month, Hickman won the DSGA Amateur by seven shots, after winning it by 21 the previous year. Two weeks ago, he won the Eastern Amateur in Portsmouth, Virginia, by eight shots. On Tuesday, a four-stroke swing on the seventh hole at Kennett Square Golf and Country Club paved the way for another walk in the park.

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Contact Brad Myers at bmyers@delawareonline.com. Follow on Twitter @BradMyersTNJ.

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