Beverly stays hot, medals at NCGA Match Play
This time, Fairfield resident Aaron Beverly left no doubts regarding his fate.

Beverly, a junior at Sacramento State, claimed medalist honors and the No.1 seed at this week’s NCGA Amateur Match Play Championship on Tuesday, shooting a 3-under 69 at par-72 Spyglass Hill to finish stroke play qualifying with a 36-hole score of 141.

Last year, Beverly failed to advance to match play.

“It was just a steady round. I hit the ball in the right spots on the greens and kept it in the fairways,” said Beverly, who’ll face No. 32 seed Jack Persons in the first round.

A day after carding a steady opening round 72 that featured one bogey and a birdie, Beverly took it deeper, posting five birdies to go with just two bogeys.

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ABOUT THE Northern California Match Play

Eligibility: Players must have a numeric handicap index of 5.4 or less.

Format: 18 holes stroke play qualifying. 100 players plus ties and exempts will advance to the championship proper. Championship will be 36 holes stroke play, 18 holes per day. 32 Players will advance to single elimination Match Play beginning on Wednesday and concluding on Friday.

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Results For Northern California (NCGA) Amateur Match Play Championship
WinCAMatthew SeraminSan Geronimo, CA400
Runner-upCAAaron BeverlyFairfield, CA260
SemifinalsCARyan HanDavis, CA160
SemifinalsCAMatt CohnSan Francisco, CA160
QuarterfinalsCAScott HardyPleasant Hill, CA120

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