Mid-Amateur competition was made for guys like Ray Sheedy.

Sheedy was part of a UNC-Charlotte golf team that ranked as high as No. 3 in the country in 2006.

He reached the finals of the North-South Amateur in Pinehurst, North Carolina, in 2007, beating Webb Simpson — then a Wake Forest All-American and later the 2012 U.S. Open champion — in the semifinals of that event.

Now Sheedy is 31 and father of a 1-year-old and 3-year old. He mostly sneaks in his golf on York County public courses very early in the morning, when there’s no one else around and he can go 18 holes in little more than two hours.

He can still play a little.

Sheedy toured Overlook Golf Course in Lancaster with a 2-under 68 Saturday to win the Lanco/York Mid-Amateur by two shots over Corey Wenger.