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U.S. Junior Girls Amateur Qualifying

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U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifying

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U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifying

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U.S. Open Championship

June 13, 2016

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U.S. Junior Girls Amateur Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results June 13, 2016 Redwood Shores resident Lucy Li and five others are headed to this year’s U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship at Ridgewood CC in New Jersey. Li, the darling of the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, carded a 5-under 67 to earn medalist honors Monday in a qualifier held at par-72 Merced Golf and Country Club. Still only 13 years old, Li posted six birdies with just one bogey. She’d card a 3-under 33 on the back-nine. Placing second with a 71 was Danville resident Ty Akabane. Akabane recently shot a 66 at the Junior Tour of Northern California Spring Series VII Championship. The 5-under 66 was the third lowest Girls’ score in JTNC history. Third place went to Concord’s Yealimi Noh, who won the 2014 California Junior Girls’ State Championship, at 72. Also advancing were Grace Fitzgerald of Poway (76), North Tustin’s Katie Stribling (76) and Kayla Sam of Anaheim Hills (77). The first alternate spot went to Tiffany Kong of Vancouver at 78. Rocklin’s Nicole Schroeder (78) is the second alternate. This year’s U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur Championship will be held July...

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U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage June 13, 2016 Lodi resident Justin Gums and two others are headed to this year’s U.S. Junior Amateur Championship. Gums punched his ticket to the championship by posting a medalist earning score of 6-under 138 in a 36-hole qualifier held Monday at par-72 Yolo Fliers Golf Club. He’d card 12 birdies and six bogeys over his rounds. Also advancing were Trey Davis of Olivehurst and Ryan Burnett of Lafayette. Both shot 3-under 141. The first alternate spot went to Wallace Lin of Los Gatos at 143. The second alternate spot was claimed by Kaiwen Liu of San Diego at 144.  ...

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U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage – Lake Merced Yardage – Olympic Club June 6, 2016 The Road to Oakmont has been paved for four players with Northern California ties. Professionals Gregor Main of Danville, Tyler Raber of Davis and Brandon Harkins and San Jose amateur Justin Suh each punched their tickets to this year’s U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club at a 36-hole Sectional qualifier held Monday at par-72 Lake Merced Golf Club and par-71 The Olympic Club (Ocean Course) in Daly City. Main, who has conditional status on the Mackenzie Tour -PGA Tour Canada, moved on with a score of 9-under 134. Suh also came in at 134, while Raber moved on at 136. Medalist was Asian Tour member Miguel Luis Tabuena, who shot 11-under 132 thanks to a blazing start at Lake Merced. Main, a 26-year-old former three-time All-American at UCLA, started his day with a 6-under 66 at Olympic Club and later added a 68 at Lake Merced. His worst score of the long day was a bogey on Lake Merced’s par-4 5th. “I hit my driver really well all day,” said Main, who played in a U.S. Open Sectional in 2010 but missed the cut. “The fairways on both courses are narrow. I was getting emotional coming up that last fairway.” Despite being a member at Olympic Club, Main wasn’t all that familiar with the Ocean Course. He’d in part lean on his caddie for the day—fellow Olympic Club member and record six-time NCGA Player of the Year Randy Haag. The two got to know another when they competed together at the 2011 U.S. Amateur at Erin Hills.  During the stroke play qualifying portion of the championship, Main would tie a record by going 10-under. “I told him that I was expecting another 10-under out of him today,” Haag said. Suh, the only male player to win Junior Tour of Northern California Player of the Year honors twice (2013, 2015), had back-to-back rounds of 67. Having recently completed his freshman season at USC, Suh, who won the 2015 San Francisco City Championship, was the lone amateur to advance. A week ago, Suh, who’ll turn 19 on Sunday, held the lead after the second round of the NCAA Championship. He’d finish T-10. “It feels really good. I’m sort of speechless,” Suh said. “I’m going to Oakmont. I can’t put it to words.” Raber, who won the 2013 Pacific Coast Amateur, made his big move of the day by carding birdies on the 17th and 18th holes on the Ocean Course in the afternoon. Now a mini-tour player, Raber, 26, had stumbled with a bogey on the 15th.  As he approached...

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U.S. Women’s Open Sectional Qualifying

Player Information Pairings / Results Yardages May 31, 2016 A pair of pros punched their tickets to this year’s U.S. Women’s Open at CordeValle. Former Kent State standout Taylor Kim, a pro out of Canada, was medalist at 142 and LPGA Tour member Julie Yang was second at 143  in Tuesday’s 36-hole Sectional qualifier at par-72 Green Valley Country Club. Kim had back-to-back rounds of 71. Yang shot 72-71. The first alternate spot went to Jisoo Keel at 144. The second alternate spot went to Monterey native Mina Harigae (144), who is also an LPGA Tour member....

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U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship

May 20, 2016

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U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship

May 20, 2016

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U.S. Open Local Qualifying – Granite Bay

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage May 19, 2016 Roseville amateur Josh Sedeno led the field in Thursday’s U.S. Open local qualifier at par-71 Granite Bay Golf Club, posting a 67. Sedeno, the runner-up at the 2015 California Amateur Championship, went mistake-free, carding four birdies. Pro Nicolas Podesta of Yuba City was second at 68, while Andy Miller, the son of World Golf Hall of Famer Johnny Miller, was third at 69. Also coming in at 69 and advancing to Sectional Qualifying was amateur Collin Morikawa of La Canada. The fifth automatic spot went to Granite Bay member and NCGA Amateur Tour regular Jon Peterson at 70. Peterson defeated first alternate Stuart Smith, a professional out of Reno, in a playoff. The second alternate spot went to Folsom pro Kevin...

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U.S. Open Local Qualifying – Yocha Dehe

Player Information Pairings/Results Yardage May 17, 2016 Former UC Davis standout Tyler Raber, who’s now a professional, earned medalist honors in Tuesday’s U.S. Open local qualifier at par-72 Yocha DeHe Golf Club by shooting a 68. An All-Big West Conference First Team pick in 2010-2011, Raber had a front-nine 35 with one birdie. He’d pick it up on the back, posting a 33 with four birdies and just one bogey. Finishing in second place and also advancing to Sectional Qualifying was fellow pro Corey Campbell of Rocklin, who came in at 69. A pair of amateurs—Ryan Knop of Pleasanton and Alexander Lee of Sacramento–also moved on after shooting matching scores of 71. Knop, who currently plays at UC Davis, shot a 63 at Poppy Hills to win the 2014 Junior Tour of Northern California Tour Championship. Lee plays at Fresno State. The fifth and final automatic spot came down to a playoff between five players at 72 with am Kyle Davies emerging the winner. The first alternate is pro Brad Marek of San Francisco. Second alternate went to Woodland am Mark...

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