Chambers Bay hosting 51st Pacific Coast Am

Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Wash., site of the 2015 U.S. Open won by Jordan Spieth, is hosting the 51st Pacific Coast Amateur Championship from today through Friday.

This is the second straight year the tournament is being played in the Pacific Northwest, as last year by Will Zalatoris of Plano, Texas, claimed he title at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore.

“It is our privilege to serve as the site of the 51st Pacific Coast Amateur,” said Matt Allen, general manager of Chambers Bay. “We look forward to helping display the raw ability of amateur golf on the West Coast and beyond while remaining confident that Chambers Bay will do its part in identifying the best player as Champion.”

Past winners of the Pacific Coast Amateur are Billy Mayfair, Jason Gore, Jim McLean, Dave Berganio Jr., Brian Henninger, Curt Byrum, Ben Crane, Mike Reid, Andrew Putnam, Aaron Wise, Corey Pereira, Todd Demsey, Brock Mackenzie, Scott Johnson, James Lepp, Corey Prugh, Alex Prugh, Greg Bruckner, Mark Johnson and John Fought.

Among the California entries this year are Shintaro Ban of San Jose, Spencer Soosman of Westlake Village, Josh McCarthy of Danville, Justin Suh of San Jose, KK Limbhasut of Berkeley, Norman Xiong of San Diego, Franklin Huang of Poway, Sahith Theegala of Chino Hills, Andrej Bevins of Elk Grove, Edwin Yi of Beaumont, Justin Chong of Granada Hills and Mitch Cornell of Incline Village.

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