Ian Albrecht of Sonoma and Travis Peterson of Santa Rosa (pictured) totaled 13-under-par 59 to lead the qualifier for the 2019 United States Amateur Four-Ball Championship on their home course at Sonoma Golf Club https://www.sonomagolfclub.com in Sonoma.
The U.S. Am Four-Ball Championship will be played on May 24-29 on the Old Macdonald and Pacific Dunes courses at Bandon Dunes Golf https://www.bandondunesgolf.com in Bandon, Ore.
Jason Anthony of Fairfield and Randy Haag of Orinda finished second at 61 and earned the second qualifying spot at Sonoma, which was the favorite course of golf legend Sam Snead.
Alternate spots at Sonoma went to Andrew Medley of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Taylor Wood of Coto de Caza, plus J.R. Becko of Pleasanton and Jason Boyd of Livermore, both twosomes at 62.
At Monarch Dunes Golf Club http://www.monarchdunesgolf.com in Nipomo, Doug Miller of Thousand Oaks and Mark Modglin of Simi Valley shot 8-under-par 63 to tie for qualifying honors with Matthew Carungay of La Mirada and Kyle Kinnane of Anaheim Hills.
Nicholas Engelhardt of Los Angeles and Grady Smith of Ventura, plus James Kelley of Torrance and Corey Marineau of Central Point, Ore., claimed the alternate spots at 64.
At the Oaks Club https://www.oaksclubvalencia.com in Valencia, Cullen Brasfield of La Quinta and Tyler Moore of La Quinta claimed the top qualifying spot at 8-under-par 64, followed by Tyler Gulliksen of Daytona Beach, Fla., and Jack Townsend of San Diego at 65, who qualified in a playoff.
Tyler Crawford of Indio and Mark Scheibach of La Quinta, earned an alternate spot along with Jordan Epstein of Carlsbad and Glen Scher of Agoura Hills, both at 65.
At Somersett Golf and Country Club http://www.somersetgolfandcountryclub.com in Reno, Nev., Jonas Miklas of Truckee shot 7-under-par 65 and earned a qualifying spot along with Dustin Hall of Sparks, Nev., who equaled that score.
For complete results, visit http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/championships/2019/u-s–amateur-four-ball-qualifying–results.html