Jonny Baxter wins by five at AmateurGolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur
Jonny Baxter exercising an AmateurGolf.com
tradition; holding up Red Vines with his winning trophy
MORGAN HILL, Calif. (Jan. 11, 2015) — Jonny Baxter led by two shots after day one of the AmateurGolf.com Silicon Valley Amateur and ended up winning by five shots.
A great two-day total of 137 helped Baxter, a former UC Davis golfer, close the deal thanks to a two-under par 70 on Sunday. He had four birdies and two bogeys on day two.
In second place was Roman Aragon, a freshman at St. Mary's College with a two-day total of 142. There was a two-way tie for third with Connor Blick, another St. Mary's golfer, and Ryan Gronlund -- a freshman on the SMU golf team -- at 144.
The impressive senior flight was won by first day leader Scott Anderson of Danville. His 71-75 was three better than Terry Foreman and four better than Steve Donnelly and Ralph Costanzo.
The net flight was won with a score of 152 by Bart Goldie while Annie Bowlsby won the ladies flight.
ABOUT THE AGC Silicon Valley Amateur
The Silicon Valley Amateur is the first
tournament to have, on its past winner's list, a
champion. That would be Collin Morikawa, who won
2016 title. Just over 4 years later, he won the PGA
Championship just up the road at TPC Harding Park
2021 marked the announcement of Baylands Golf
Links as the tournament's new host venue. And wow,
did players enjoy it. It's
location in Palo Alto is fitting -- as the original garage
where Hewlett Packard was founded is located there,
and today's biggest tech companies dot the area
like the Canadian Geese on the fairways and
near Baylands in the winter. Like
Corica Park in Alameda, Baylands was recently
completely redesigned as a new course from the dirt
up, under the hand of architect Forrest Richardson,
the results are stunning.
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