Bromley finishes Northern California Open as low amateur
SEASIDE, CA (September 14, 2016) -- Former San Jose State Spartan Taylor Bromley finished tied for seventh and as the low amateur at the Northern California Open.

Bromley finished 2-under after rounds of 71-71-72 at Bayonet Golf Course. In the final round Bromley posted an even-par 72 with three birdies and three bogeys. The birdies came on the 3rd, 10th and 18th holes.

Professional Gregor Main won the Northern California Open with a 54-hole tally of 7-under.


Taylor Bromley leads all amateurs thus far at the Northern California Open played at Bayonet Golf Course.

Bromley shot back-to-back 1-under 71's to put him a tie for 6th place, four shots back of leader Gregor Main. Bromley was one of eight amateurs to make the cut in this field of mostly professionals including Sacramento's Kyle Davies who sits in a tie for 17th after rounds of 74 and 71.

Results: Northern California Open
T7CATaylor BromleyDublin, CA20071-71-72=214
T19CAZach SmithPleasanton, CA10074-73-72=219
T19CAMatthew HeitelRedwood City, CA10070-75-74=219
T27CAMatthew AshleySan Jose, CA5073-74-75=222
T24CAFinigan TillySan Carlos, CA5073-72-76=221

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ABOUT THE Northern California Open

ELIGIBILITY: PGA Members & Apprentices, NCGA Amateur (Index 3.4 or less)

FORMAT: Regular Division – 54 Hole Stroke Play, 36-hole cut to the low 40% of professional field & ties, and the low 6 amateurs & ties.

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