Jeff Coburn of Temecula and Gabe Armendariz of Tustin captured the Los Angeles County Four-Ball Championship for the second time, winning by five strokes at Knollwood Golf Club in Granada Hills.
Coburn (pictured right) and Armendariz (left), who also claimed the title in 2014 at Chester Washington Golf Course in Los Angeles, carded a score of 68-64—132, 12-under-par, followed by Jim Lovell of Chino Hills and Ross Martinez of Anaheim at 67-70—137, Neil Moore of Redondo Beach and Matt Soule of Montrose at 66-73—139, and Vic Benson of Cathedral City and David Eberstein at 71-70—141.
Coburn, who played college golf at UC Irvine, added the title to his victories in the 2016 Lake Forest Open, the 2015 Rancho Santa Margarita Amateur, the 2013 and 2014 SCGA Public Links Championships, the 2012 San Clemente City Championship, the 2010 SCGA Tournament of Club Champions, and the 2010 Costa Mesa City Amateur.
Lippen Lau of Temple City and Duane Yoshida of Torrance shot 78-72—150 to tie for fifth with Duane Koyano of Simi Valley and Bruce Koyano of Rowland Heights, who totaled 72-78—150, while Steve Mendoza of West Covina and Greg Gorman of Los Angeles were seventh at 75-76—151, followed by Robert Cobabe of Redondo Beach and Scott Sakamoto of Palos Verdes Estates at 75-79—154, Mike Monegal of Los Angeles and Eric Larson of Los Alamitos of 79-77—156, and Myron Bowens of Gardena and Rick Ecklund of Redondo Beach at 77-80—157.
Bowens and Ecklund also claimed the Low Net Championship with a score of 61-63—124.