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AGC Christmas Classic: Hansen, McElyea declared co-Champions
The Del Monte practice green was flooded Sunday morning
The Del Monte practice green was flooded Sunday morning
MONTEREY, Calif. (Dec. 2, 2012) -- When the second of two rain storms swept through the Monterey Peninsula, the only suspense was about whether any golf would be played.

Indeed, after an hour delay, the "heavy stuff" that only Bishop Pickering (Caddy Shack) could play through did in fact come down, forcing the amateurgolf.com staff to declare it an 18- hole event.

Matt Hansen and Cory McElyea each fired opening-round 3-under 69s to take the lead entering Sunday's final round and were declared co-champions.

McElyea, a junior at University of San Francisco, recorded four birdies in his round. Hansen, a sophomore at UC Davis, was able to keep up, though.


Pierre LaMothe, Sathvik Krishnamurthy
Alex Franklin and Keelan Kilpatrick shot 2-under 70 and tied for third.

Cody Blickensderfer, Andrew Morgan and Hunter Rappleye tied for fifth place entering after shooting 1-under 71.

Pierre LaMothe fired an even-par 72 to win the senior championship by one over Rob Adolph while Sathvik Krishnamurthy and Austin Steele tied atop the net division leaderboard.

Next up is the amateurgolf.com Tour Championship; register now at www.amateurgolf.com/tour.

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TOURNAMENT UPDATE - November 27, 2012:
The tournament has filled but you can get on the wait list by texting 760-685-3406. Next up: The Tour Championship at Hiddenbrooke in Vallejo on Dec. 15-16.

TOURNAMENT DESCRIPTION:
Both rounds will be played at Del Monte this year and the field size will be limited to 112 players. Register early!

The Christmas Classic was founded by 2-time California State Amateur Champion Casey Boyns over 20 years ago and it always attracts a great field. This is our most popular event and it fills quickly, so register early.

Your entry fee includes two rounds of golf (cart at players expense), $5000 in prizes, lunch following final round and a great weekend at one of the Monterey Peninsula's wonderful classic courses, "Old" Del Monte. Register early before the event sells out, as it does each year.

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