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U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Sept. 14, 2016

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U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship

Sept. 14, 2016

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U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship Qualifying

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U.S. Senior Amateur Championship Qualifying

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U.S. Amateur Championship

August 8, 2016

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U.S. Senior Open Championship

August 4, 2016

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U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage August 8, 2016 Windsor’s Stacey Camara and three other players are headed to this year’s U.S Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship. Camara shot a medalist-earning 2-over 74 in an 18-hole qualifier held Monday at par-72 Fountaingrove GC in Santa Rosa. Finishing in second place was Palo Alto’s Jessica Hazlett at 80. Both Renata Young of Dublin and Ran Keane of Escondido finished T-3 at 82. The first alternate was Itsuko Moridaira, who shot 83, The second alternate is Melissa Spencer (84). This year’s U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship will tee off Sept. 10-15 at The Kahkwa Club in...

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U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship Qualifying

SILVER CREEK VALLEY Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage   FOUNTAINGROVE Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage¬† August 8, 2016 Fountaingrove Robert Hamilton of Gold River earned medalist honors, posting a 2-under 70 that included four birdies and two bogeys. On the front-nine, Hamilton posted a 4-under 32. Finishing in second place was San Francisco’s Ben Scribner at 71. The third and final automatic spot came down to a playoff between four players who came in at 72. Ben Peters of Redwood City won the playoff. The first alternate spot went to Chico’s Mike O’Donnell, while Mark Sanchez will be the second alternate. Silver Creek Valley Brisbane’s Kory Storer and Ryan Sloane of Campbell earned co-medalist honors, posting matching rounds of 4-under 67. Seaside’s Nick Moore, the defending NCGA Player of the Year, finished third at 69, The fourth and final automatic spot became a playoff between San Francisco’s Matt Cohn and Burlingame’s Aleksei Koika, who both finished at 70. Cohn emerged from the playoff to claim the fourth spot, with Koika getting the first alternate spot. Moore and Cohn competed in this year’s U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship at Winged Foot. The second alternate spot went to Carmel’s Jerry Ledzinski, winner of the 2015 NCGA Mid-Amateur Championship. This year’s U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship will tee off Sept. 10-15 at Stonewall in...

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U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship

August 1, 2016

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U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage August 1, 2016 E-Club East Bay member Brett Viboch and three others are headed to this year’s U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship. Viboch, who won this year’s NCGA Four-Ball Championship title with partner Bobby Bucey, posted a medalist-earning 4-under 66 in an 18-hole qualifier held Monday at Spring Creek G&CC in Ripon. Viboch posted six birdies to go against just two bogeys. Finishing second at 69 was Sean Barrett of San Francisco. Michael Moreland of San Francisco was third at 70. Five players finished tied for the automatic fourth spot at 71. Emerging from the playoff was 2014 NCGA Player of the Year runner-up Jason Anthony of Fairfield. The first alternate spot went to Granite Bay GC member Jon Peterson. The second alternate spot went to DJ Volko. This year’s U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship will tee off Sept. 10-15 at Stonewall GC in...

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U.S. Amateur Championship Qualifying

SONOMA Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage   EL MACERO Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage July 26, 2016 Sonoma Three players punched their tickets to this year’s U.S. Amateur after advancing through a 36-hole qualifier held Monday at par-72 Sonoma Golf Club. Leading the way was medalist Jin Ho Chung of Cerritos, who came in with a score of 6-under 136 after posting rounds of 66-70. Also advancing was Granite Bay’s Bryan Baumgarten, who finished at 137 (67-70). Three players–Taylor Bromley of Dublin, Jonathan Keane of San Francisco and Ben Peters of Redwood City–all finished tied for third at 138. In a playoff, Bromley emerged as the winner, claiming the third automatic spot. The first alternate spot went to Peters, with Keane getting the second alternate spot. El Macero Christian Banke of Danville earned medalist honors, coming in with a score of 8-under 136 at par-72 El Macero GC in Davis. Banke made his big move in the afternoon round, shooting a 66 that featured eight birdies and two bogeys. The second and third automatic spots went down to a playoff between three players–Danville’s Joshua McCarthy, Reno’s Charles Osborne and Jeremy Sanchez of Davis–who all finished tied for third at 137. Moving on were McCarthy and Sanchez. The first alternate spot went to Osborne. The second alternate spot went to Ryan Han of Elk Grove, who emerged from another playoff after four players tied at 139. Peter Griffith aced the par-3 12th hole using a...

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U.S. Amateur Championship Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage July 20, 2016 Three players earned spots into this year’s U.S. Amateur Championship after a wild day at par-72 Bayonet/Black Horse GC in Seaside. Leading the field in the 36-hole qualifier was medalist Kevin Velo of Danville, who came in at 9-under 135 after posting solid rounds of 68-67. Velo’s day included a pair of eagles and 10 birdies to go against just five bogeys. The second and third automatic spots went Bradley Knox of Menlo Park (137) and San Ramon’s Louie Chen (138). Knox followed up an opening 71 with a brilliant 66 that featured seven birdies and just one bogey. Chen, meanwhile, went from a 73 to a 65, carding eight birdies and just one bogey. Chen would join recent NCGA Amateur Stroke Play champion Robby Salomon and Grady Smith of San Luis Obispo, who also shot 138, in a three-way playoff for the third and final automatic spot. Chen emerged the winner after two holes. The first alternate spot went to Smith. The second alternate spot went to Salomon. Along with winning the NCGA Stroke Play, Salomon was coming off a win at last weekend’s Bayonet/Black Horse Amateur. He’d win both of those events in extra...

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