Main captures Northern California Open

Gregor Main of Danville captured the Northern California Open by defeating Jan Myers of Saratoga in a playoff at Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Club in Seaside.

Main (pictured with his mother Kathy), who played at UCLA and also captured the 2009 Southern Amateur, finished with a score of 70-68-71–209, 7-under-par, while Myers totaled 72-68-69–209, while Ryan Tetrault of Orange was third at 73-71-68–212.

“Won this years NCPGA Nor Cal Open! So glad my mama could come out and watch the final round! Good vibes going into Q-School this year!” Main wrote in a post on his Facebook page.

Kyle Pollema of Lakewood shot 72-73-68–213 to tie for fourth with Cory McElyea of Santa Cruz, who finished at 72-72-69–213, and Joseph Bramlett of Los Gatos, who wound up at 70-72-71–213.

Amateur Taylor Bromley of Dublin posted a score of 71-71-72–214 to tie for seventh with Timothy Sands of Modesto, who finished at 74-72-68–214, while Elliott Paylor of Sacramento carded a score of 72-69-74–215 to tie for ninth with Andre De Decker of Menlo Park, who came in at 71-70-74–215.

The NorCal Open is managed by the Northern California Golf Association.



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