MOHNTON, PENNSYLVANIA | In the world of senior amateur golf, few people have assembled as impressive a playing résumé over the past decade as Chip Lutz. A native of the Reading, Pa., area, he has captured three British Senior Amateur Championships during that period as well as a pair of Canadian Men’s Senior Championships and the U.S. Senior Amateur.
Lutz has also been low amateur at both the U.S. Senior Open and the Senior Open Championship and has taken his share of titles on the cocktail party circuit, among them the senior divisions of the George L. Coleman Invitational, the Crump Cup and the George C. Thomas Invitational. Those were big victories that came in both stroke and match play on some of the toughest courses in the game – and against formidable foes. They were also a big reason why Lutz was inducted in 2015 into the National Senior Amateur Hall of Fame.
Remarkably, Lutz remains competitive even as he approaches his 65th birthday, which is in January. In addition to prevailing in the senior division of this year’s C...
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