FRESNO, Calif. — Jonathan Keane took the title at the annual Fresno City Amateur Championship at Riverside Golf Course.

Keane shot a final round 1-under 71 to finish with a three-day total of 4-under 212, good enough to knock off runner-up Michael Tolladay by two strokes. A former standout at Santa Clara University, Keane made his big move with a second round 67 that featured seven birdies and two bogeys.

Tolladay, playing out of Monterey Peninsula CC, shot a second round 65 and also finished with a 71 to come in at 214. In the first round, Tolladay opened with a 78.

Finishing in a tie for third at 215 were defending champ Jason Anthony and Danny Paniccia. Anthony, the runner-up in last year’s NCGA Player of the Year race awards, had rounds of 74-67-74. Paniccia shot 75-65-75.

Results: Fresno City Amateur
1TXJonathan KeaneAustin, TX7574-67-71=212
2CAMichael TolladayFresno, CA5078-65-71=214
T3CAJason AnthonyFairfield, CA2574-67-74=215
T3CADanny PanicciaFresno, CA2575-65-75=215
5CALane PulliamHanford, CA2572-69-76=217

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NCGA Points Event. 54-hole stroke play event open to all amateurs with a 5.4 index or better. The low 40 and ties advance to the third round.

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