Northern Calif. Stroke: Geyer in position to defend
SEASIDE, Calif. (July 13, 2014) -- Ben Geyer of Arbuckle fired 67 at Bayonet on Saturday to give him a 3 shot lead over Amay Poria in the NCGA Stroke Play Championship.

Geyer's round included an opening eagle on the par-5 first hole, four birdies, and only a single bogey on the long par 5 eighth.

Poria had six birdies on the day but had a stretch of four holes (13-16) where he made four bogeys.

With several players still on the course the projected cut is 6-over 150.

Results: NCGA Stroke Play
1CABen GeyerArbuckle, CA35070-67-68--205
T2CARobert SalomonPortola Valley, CA23074-69-71--214
T2CAMatt WilliamsSan Jose, CA23073-70-71--214
T4CAMike StielerRipon, CA14071-74-70--215
T4CAJohnny PartridgeCA14071-74-70--215

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First played in 1944, the NCGA Stroke Play Championship has a special history, as the tournament has been won by the likes of Ken Venturi and Johnny Miller. The sterling silver perpetual trophy was donated by the San Francisco Examiner in 1944.

Championship play is 54 holes of stroke play (18 holes per day). After 36 holes the field will be cut to 40 players and ties. Pre-qualifying required for non- exempt players. Open to players with handicaps of 5.4 or lower.

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