Sept. 11-13, 2017
Bayonet/Black Horse GC
Sept. 13. 2017
Former CSU East Bay standout Adam Stone has a professional victory.
Stone, who won the 2016 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) individual title, captured the title at this week’s annual Northern California Open on Wednesday, shooting a final round even-par 72 at Bayonet/Black Horse GC to defeat runner-up Peter Lansburgh of Elk Grove by a shot. Stone, who finished the 54-hole event with a total of 10-under 206, had four birdies and four bogeys in the finale.
Lansburgh, who began the day four shots behind Stone, had a chance to tie Stone but slipped with a late bogey on the 17th.
Former Sacramento State standout Aaron Beverly was the low amateur, finishing T-3 at 208 following a 71. Also coming in at 208 were former Stanford star and PGA Tour member Joseph Bramlett and Alistair Docherty.
Sept. 12, 2017
Pros Joel Skarbo and Adam Stone are now perched atop the leaderboard at this week’s annual Northern California Open at Bayonet/Black Horse Golf Course in Seaside.
Skarbo, of Washington, shot a second round 6-under 66, while Stone, of Hayward, posted a 68 to each grab a share of the lead with two-day totals of 10-under 134. Skarbo was on fire on the front-nine, posting a 32 with five birdies and a bogey.
Pros Kyle Pollema of Lakewood and Jesse Heinly of Oregon are T-3 at 136 after identical rounds of 69. Aaron Beverly, runner-up at the 2014 NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship, is the low amateur at 138 following a 67.
The 18-hole final round will be held Wednesday.
Sept. 11, 2017
Former Stanford standout Joseph Bramlett took the lead at this week’s annual Northern California Open, posting a first round 7-under 65 Monday at par-72 Bayonet/Black Horse GC in Seaside.
Bramlett, who competed on the PGA Tour in 2011, posted eight birdies—including three in a row on holes No.15-No.17–to go against just one bogey.
Alone in second place at 66 is Adam Stone of Hayward.
Former Sacramento State standout Aaron Beverly and Isla Vista’s Zach Smith were the low amateurs, both at T-7 after matching rounds of 69.
The 54-hole championship runs through Wednesday.