amateurgolf.com alum Gregor Main wins first pro event
DAYTON VALLEY, Nev. (July 12, 2012) -- Amateurgolf.com alum, Gregor Main, posted bogey free rounds of 64-67-68--199 to win the Sierra Nevada Open, for his first professional victory.

During his college and amateur career, Main won the Amateurgolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur two straight years in 2009 and 2010 against a strong field of college players and top regional amateurs. We wish him the best as he strives to join past AGC players Spencer Levin and Matt Bettencourt on the PGA Tour.

John Ellis, Aliso Viejo, Calif, carded 69-63-69--201 to finish solo second and Richard Lee, Chandler, Ariz., signed for 66-69-67--202 and third place finish.

Brian Waterhouse of Fresno was the low amateur but his rounds of 71-76 did not pass the cut, which stood at 1-under par for 36 holes .

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ABOUT THE Sierra Nevada Open

54-hole Open Division is for PGA Members, Inactive Members and Apprentices in good standing, Amateurs with a Handicap Index of 2.4 or less, and non-PGA Professionals. 36-hole Net Division is for amateurs with handicaps of 2.5 to 18.5. Entry includes a two-night stay at the El Dorado Hotel.

Winner receives an exemption into the Reno- Tahoe Open

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