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CIF Girls State High School Championship
Nov20

CIF Girls State High School Championship

FORE! The Torrey Pines girls golf team won an unprecedented fourth straight CIF Girls State High School Championship on Wednesday afternoon at Quail Lodge. Learn more

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amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur & Senior

Coyote Creek GC Jan 14-15, 2012 Results SAN JOSE – Alex Franklin of San Rafael won amateurgolf.com’s Silicon Valley Amateur by three shots at Coyote Creek GC with a two-day 138 total. Franklin beat out Michael Kim (a freshman at Cal) and Joshua Granger (a junior at UC-Davis) who finished in second and third at 141 and 142, respectively. St. Mary’s Eric Grimberg and Cal’s Brandon Hagy finished in a tie for fourth at 143. Defending champion Max Homa of Valencia finished alone in sixth place at 144. In the senior division Alamo’s Dan Bieber won his first tournament of the 2012 season with a three shot victory over Mark Miller of Antioch. Bieber shot a two-day total of 148 with Miller being his closest competition at 151. Robert Fulton and Michael Wishart finished in a tie for third at 155. Defending champion of the senior division Jim Knoll did not...

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2011 CGA Senior Amateur Qualifying

Quail Lodge GC – Player Information –  Pairings

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Pacific Coast Amateur

Martis Camp July 26-29, 2011 Results and Scorecards Morse Cup Results Preview PCGA Website Williams Shoots Second Consecutive 66 To Come From Behind To Win 45th Pacific Coast Amateur July 29, 2011 TRUCKEE – Prior to the 45th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, Jim Holtgrieve, the 2011 United States Walker Cup Captain,  urged the competitors to “play hard and earn a spot on the team.” Chris Williams of Moscow, Idaho answered that challenge as he fired his second consecutive course-record round of 6-under-par 66 to win the prestigious title by two shots at Martis Camp near Lake Tahoe. With multiple lead changes early and often and eagles soaring throughout the afternoon, the 21-year-old Williams, who earlier this month won the Sahalee Players Championship, finished at 11-under par with rounds of 73-72-66-66–277 over the scenic and challenging Tom Fazio-designed layout that once again stretched out to 7,766 yards. His win today gives him titles in two-thirds of the “West Coast Swing” of championships which also includes the Pacific Northwest Amateur. Williams rallied from three shots off the pace to overtake third-round leader Taylor Travis of Fremont, Calif. and Anton Arboleda of La Canada, Calif. Travis, a 20-year-old rising junior at the University of San Francisco, battled to hold the lead all afternoon (he was tied with Williams on the 18th tee) but was ultimately undone by making bogey 6s on three of the four par-5 holes and then finishing with a bogey 5 on the 504-yard, par-4 finishing hole. Travis finished in a tie for second at 9-under par 69-70-69-71–279. The 18-year-old Arboleda, who will be a sophomore this fall at UCLA, got off to a sizzling start, making two eagles in his first seven holes (he was 5 under par for the day after No. 7) but couldn’t sustain the momentum, finishing with 71-72-69-67 to match Travis’ 9-under-par total. Mitchell Evanecz of Reed Deer, Alberta, and Derek Ernst of Clovis, Calif., who held the first-round lead after shooting then course record 67s, finished tied for fourth at 8-under par 280. Zac Blair, the winner of last week’s Pacific Northwest Amateur, wound up in sixth place today, closing with a 68 today for a 281 total. Things didn’t look promising for Williams when he plugged his opening drive under the lip of a fairway bunker, ultimately making bogey 5. Ignoring the bad break, Williams went birdie-eagle-birdie on the next three holes to take what would be a short-lived lead. The first of his two eagles on the day came after he laced a 5-iron second shot to within eight feet on the 568-yard, par-5 fourth hole. Arboleda mounted a furious early...

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