Limbhasut, Smith share first-round lead at California State Fair
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Cal-Berkeley sophomore KK Limbhasut of Thailand and UC-Santa Barbara sophomore Zach Smith of Pleasanton, Calif. posted 5-under par 67 on day one of the California State Fair Amateur Championship.
The pair will enter day two of the tournament sharing a one-stroke lead over Taylor Bromley and Jordan Wright, while Jesse Yap and Bradley Knox are two back in a tie for fifth.
Twenty-five players are under par through the first round, and another 12 are even and within five shots of the lead.
ABOUT THE California State Fair
The State Fair Men's Amatuer Championship is one of
the oldest and most prestigious Amateur
Championships in the West. The Championship is
limited to 156 players. Competition commences over a
54-hole stroke play format with 18 holes played each
day. The field is cut after 36 holes to the low 45 players
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