Ryan Voois of Ladera Ranch captured the 29th Inland Empire Amateur Championship, part of the Southern California Golf Association schedule, by four strokes over Kyle An of Aliso Viejo at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont.
The 18-year-old Voois, a graduate of Tesoro High School in Rancho Santa Margarita who will be a freshman at the University of Illinois, won the Southern California Junior Amateur Championship and the CIF Southern Section Championship last year among his 10 victories in the last five years.
Voois carded a score of 70-63-71—204, 11-under-par, while An was second at 69-66-73—208, followed by Isaac Rodea of San Diego at 70-68-72—210, Nick Fowles of Stevenson Ranch at 69-69-73—211, and Tyler Gullickson of San Diego at 73-69-70—212.
Ian Bruchhauser of Temecula posted a score of 74-70-69—213 to tie for sixth with Cooper Humphreys of Canada, who shot 69-74-70—213, and Seung Ho Yoon of Fullerton, who wound up at 68-70-75—213.
Steven Deutsch of Chula Vista totaled 74-70-70—214 to tie for ninth with Clay Seeber of Newport Beach, who finished at 74-67-73—214, and Brian Blalock of Yucaipa, who came in at 68-70-76—214.
Former winners of the Inland Empire Amateur Championship include Aaron Wise, Brendan Steele, Scott McGihon, Greg Puga, Steve Mena, Bob Jacobson, Jay Choi, Scott Clayton and Kirby McGraw, who won it the first two years.
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