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Ryan Sloane (-14) leads California State Fair Masters
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (August 31, 2014) — Ryan Sloane of Campbell, Calif. opened the California State Fair Masters with a 64 on Saturday, then followed it up with a 66 on Sunday to take a 7-shot lead into the final round at 14-under 130.

Sloane, who played in last year's U.S. Mid-Amateur, is trailed by Jeff Weiss of Roseville (137) and Craig Kilcoyne and Doug Crowther, who both stand at 138.

There was a cut after Sunday's round (it fell at 150) and the final round is Monday at Bing Maloney Golf Course.

If Sloane keeps it up, they will all be playing for second.

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ABOUT THE California State Fair Mid-Amateur

The California State Fair Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship (formerly State Fair Masters Championship) will be contested at Bing Maloney Golf Course on August 20-21, 2022.

The tournament is open to all male amateur golfers age 30 or older (no maximum age), who are members of an organized golf club with a GHIN Index of 6.8 or less. The August 15th Index will be used to determine eligibility unless confirmation of equivalent ability is received.

The entry fee of $139 ($99 for past State Fair Masters champions) per player includes greens fees and all awards (power carts and range balls are not not included).

The tournament format is 18 holes of stroke play on Saturday, August 20 and 18 holes on Sunday, August 21. The contestant with the lowest score for the 36-holes will be declared the 2022 California State Fair Mid-Amateur Champion. If COVID-19 protocols permit, a tie for the championship will be resolved with a sudden death playoff starting immediately following play beginning on the 17th tee.

The entry deadline is Sunday, August 14, 2022. There will be a $10 cancellation fee for all withdrawals prior to the entry deadline.

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