For the second straight week, Robby Salomon doubled his pleasure.
Salomon, a recent graduate of Cal State Monterey Bay, birdied the last hole of regulation to get into a playoff and beat Kevin Velo of Danville on the first extra hole to repeat as champion in the Bayonet and Black Horse Amateur at Bayonet Golf Course in Seaside.
A week earlier, Salomon won the Northern California Stroke Play Amateur for the second year in a row.
Salomon, from Portola Valley, finished with a score of 69-75-70–214, 2-under-par, while Velo, a sophomore at San Jose State, wound up at 68-72-74–214.
Ryan Slater of Monterey was fourth at 69-73-74–216, followed by Justin Avery of Clovis at 73-71-75–219, and Nicolas Nova of South San Francisco shot 77-72-71–220 to tie for fifth with Nick Moore of Seaside, who wound up at 72-72-76–220.
Matt Cohn of San Francisco totaled 73-73-75–221 to tie for seventh with Justin Woo of San Diego, who finished at 73-72-76–221, and Arick Koeth of Sacramento shot 78-73-71–222 to tie for ninth with Jay Reynolds of San Francisco, who posted a score of 74-77-71–222, and Chris Meyers of Oro Valley, Ariz., who came in at 75-73-74–222.