Dan Sullivan cruises at San Clemente City Championship
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (Oct. 20, 2014) — Pasadena resident Dan Sullivan headed down to San Clemente Municipal Golf Course and posted 67-66 to cruise to a three-shot win at the San Clemente City Championship.
Sullivan has played well in 2014, winning the Pasadena City Championship in May, tying for second at the Kelly Cup, and tying for third at the Southern California Public Links, among other top-10 finishes across the state.
John Adams of San Clemente came in second place, tying at 136 with Cody Gascoigne and Kirk Rose. Rose is notable at the city owned golf course for having the course record of 62.
Dusty Morton, who was tied with Sullivan at 67 after one round, shot 75 on Sunday and fell back into a tie for 17th.
Defending champion Jeff Coburn shot 72-67 and tied for eighth.
ABOUT THE San Clemente City
36-hole scratch tournament with a field of 160 of the
best amateur golfers in Southern
California. 1st prize is $750.00 in scrip. There is a
to the low 80 players after the 1st
day. Entry fee includes golf, food, drink and tee prize
for those who make the cut. Past winners include
O'Meara, Kevin Na and Paul McGinley.
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