Richard Kim earns low amateur honors at Calif. State Open
25 Jul 2015
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

see also: California State Open, Maderas Golf Club

BEAUMONT, Calif. (July 25, 2015) — The 116th California State Open concluded Saturday at Morongo Golf Club in Beaumont, Calif.

Grabbing the low amateur honors was Richard Kim of Beverly Hills, Calif. Kim shot four consecutive rounds in the 60s (67, 69, 69, 68) and finished in a tie for 3rd place. Kim finished just five strokes off the leader Bryan Martin who was 20-under total.

Also playing well as an amateur was Danny Ochoa of Rancho Santé Fe, Calif. Ochoa, a USC Trojan, shot a 71 on Saturday to finish at 12-under and take 8th place overall.

Ochoa and Kim were two of 17 amateurs to make the cut, a pretty impressive feat against some of California’s top professional talent.

Results For California State Open
T3CARichard KimLos Angeles, CA40067-69-69-68=273
8CADanny OchoaCarlsbad, CA30070-70-65-71=276
T22CAJack IrelandMission Viejo, CA10073-71-69-67=280
T24TNDylan HealeyFranklin, TN10072-70-69-70=281
T35CAJose FavelaChula Vista, CA5069-75-73-68=285

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ABOUT THE California State Open

The Championship will be a 72-hole stroke play tournament contested over four days. Following the conclusion of 36-holes, the field will be cut to the Top 60 players and ties. Championship is open to both Professionals and Amateurs. Amateurs must carry an index of 2.4 or below at the time of entry. Pre- qualifying required for non-exempt players.

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