Campillo Featured On BigTen.org
Nov. 9, 2008
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A STAR HIMSELF
By Larry Watts
Jorge Campillo had to take a moment to think when he heard the question. Both of his options happened at the final round of this fall's Windon Memorial, a top-tier men's collegiate golf event hosted each fall by Northwestern University.
Which was his biggest thrill, shooting a 63 or meeting Luke Donald?
"I don't know, they were both pretty exciting moments," the Indiana University senior said. "But if you're going to push me on it, I am more proud of that 63."
Maybe the Caceres, Spain native knows chances are he will run into Donald, a Northwestern golfing legend and current member of the PGA Tour, again, like real soon. But a round of 63 doesn't come around every day, especially at the prestigious North Shore Country Club, which is nestled in Chicago's northern suburb of Glenview. The course hosted the 1933 U.S. Open and 1939 U.S. Amateur and the likes of Gene Sarazen, Walter Hagen, Tommy Armour and Bobby Jones have strolled the fairways.
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