OMAHA – The Nebraska Golf Association is proud to announce the selection of Omaha’s Andy Sajevic as the 2020 Nebraska Amateur Golfer of the Year.
The 30-year-old Sajevic is now a three-time Nebraska Amateur Golfer of the Year, having won the award in 2010 and 2013 as well. His historic performances in the NGA’s championships produced another award, moving him into a tie for fourth on the all-time list with Kearney’s Dan Bahensky. Sajevic accomplished a feat only matched by Friend’s David Clouse, winning the Nebraska Amateur and the Nebraska Mid-Amateur in the same year. Clouse won the first Nebraska Mid-Amateur in 1999, the same year he won his first Nebraska Amateur title. Like Sajevic, he was awarded the Nebraska Amateur Golfer of the Year award.
Sajevic has now won eight NGA titles, including four Nebraska Amateurs, a Nebraska Match Play, Nebraska Junior Match Play, Nebraska Junior Amateur and Nebraska Mid-Amateur. He is tied for fifth with Omaha’s Bob Astleford on the all-time NGA men’s title’s list.