Robby Salomon looks for second win in a row at inaugural Bayonet Black Horse Amateur
SEASIDE, Calif. — Robby Salomon and Brandon Wu are tied atop the 36-hole leaderboard at the inaugural Bayonet Black Horse Amateur Championship.
Salomon, the recently graduated senior from CSU-Monterey Bay, is fresh off a victory at the NCGA Stroke Play Championship, which he won by five shots over Patrick Soli at Poppy Hills. Salomon opened with 70 and shot even-par 72 on Saturday.
Wu, who will begin his collegiate career this fall as a member of the Stanford Cardinal, has a pair of 71s to his name.
Soli, as well as Drew Bender, are a stroke behind in a tie for third place while first-round leader Seungiae Maeng struggled to a 78 after opening with 69 on Friday.
ABOUT THE Bayonet Black Horse Amateur
54-hole tournament with a 36-hole cut hosted
always-tough Bayonet course at Bayonet Black
Seaside, California. In a relatively short amount
time since the tournament was founded in
has turned into one of the top amateur events
west coast, drawing top collegiate and mid-am
to the Monterey Peninsula. Open to amateur
with an official and verified handicap index not
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