Daniel Chian finishes low-amateur at Long Beach Open
Daniel Chian
Daniel Chian

LONG BEACH, Calif. — Long Beach State senior Daniel Chian fired four solid rounds during last weekend's Long Beach Open, tying for 35th place and finishing as the low amateur player.

Chian, a native of Covina, Calif., opened with 71 and 70 to make the cut on the number before posting 68 and 71 on the weekend to grab a top-40 spot.

Winner Greg Bruckner of Phoenix shot 63 on day one to eventually squeeze out a one-shot victory over Corey Gard and Martin Trainer.

Results For Long Beach Open Championship
T35CADaniel ChianCovina, CA5071-70-68-71=280
T43CABen DoyleLa Jolla, CA4068-73-75-67=283
T54CABruce Doucett Jr.Riverside, CA4068-75-71-71=285
T54CAKevin LeeCerritos, CA4071-70-71-73=285
T60CASammy ColeAliso Viejo, CA4071-71-72-73=287

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ABOUT THE Long Beach Open

Open to men professional golfers and 12 amateurs that have earned exemptions through the Long Beach Golf Festival’s qualification standards. Format is 72 holes of aggregate stroke play, with a 36-hole cut to the low 60 professionals and ties, as well as the low 6 amateurs and ties. If such a cut includes more than 70 professionals, there will also be a 54-hole cut.

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