Latowski was honored with both the Amateur and Mid-Amateur Player of the Year awards following an outstanding 2022 season, that included a FSGA championship win and a USGA championship appearance.
Latowski captured the 41st Mid-Amateur Championship in May for the second time in three years. He became just the eighth player to win two Mid-Amateur titles in FSGA history, defeating Jake Sherwin, in 20 holes, at The Oaks Club in Osprey. This win marked Latowski’s third FSGA victory.
The Port Saint Lucie native also added a number of top finishes this season in a number of FSGA championships. He took home a third-place finish at the 25th Amateur Public Links Championship in June, while advancing to the Finals of the 30th Amateur Match Play Championship in August.
Latowski also punched his ticket to the 41st U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, teeing it up at Erin Hills in September.
He added three other top-10 finishes in 2022, including a tied-for-sixth finish at the Four-Ball Championship with Ben Finley in April. The three-time FSGA champion also helped lead the South to a win at the Florida Cup in October, where he was a co-captain.
2020 Mid-Amateur Player of the Year
Joey Latowski was named the Mid-Amateur Player of the Year after an outstanding 2020 season that saw him take home his first FSGA championship.
The highlight of his season came in October at the Mid-Amateur Championship. One year after losing in the Finals of the Mid-Amateur, it was Latowski who was left standing at the 39th Mid-Amateur Championship at Mayacoo Lake Country Club.
He put together rounds of 69-67-69 to finish the championship at 8-under and capture the six-shot victory.
The Port Saint Lucie resident added a top-15 finish at the Amateur Public Links Championship in August. He also teamed up with Ben Finley to take home top-five finishes at the Mid-Amateur Four-Ball championship and the Foursomes Championship.