Silicon Valley Am: 1st Rd. results and Tee Times

****Note: For Rd. 2 tee times, click here****

SAN JOSE, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2008)-- The reigning amateurgolf.com Tournament Series Player of the Year, Randy Haag, is making a bid for his second-straight Silicon Valley Amateur title by firing an opening-round 70, 2-under-par. He is joined by Jeremy Gearhart atop the leaderboard, with nine other golfers within three strokes. In the senior flight, Tony Wilmer leads by a stroke over Neil Duffy after carding a 70.

James Grensted, Mike Sly and Patrick McKenna are tied for the net flight lead at 72.


Full results from the 7,066-yard, par-72 Coyote Creek Valley Course follow:

Name     Rd.1
Jeremy Gearhart     70
Randy Haag     70
Nickolas Brown     71
Kyle Candlish     71
Matt Hovan     71
Darryl Donovan     72
Dino Giacomazzi     72
Cameron Rappleye     72
Andrew Haggen     73
Shaun Pienkos     73
Reid Scarff     73
Dennis Carson     74
Brian O'Regan     74
Colin Peck     74
Min-Wook Woo     74
Josh Boro     75
Travis Bregman     75
Albert Conceicao     75
Andrew Sherman     75
Jud Spencer     75
Anthony Machi     76
Chris Marin     76
Kevin Smith     76
Keyle Souza     76
Matt Williams     76
Kevin Alexander     77
Kris Butkys     77
Orion Galioni     77
John Giffin     78
Jay Myers     78
Sean Nadir     78
Neil Summers     78
Brian Swenson     78
Philip Yim     78
Mike Granelli     79
Mathew Hansen     79
Chad Kiesz     79
Yong Park     79
Grant Rappleye     79
Scott Roak     79
Jay Weiss     79
Patrick Aguiar     80
Robert Willis     80
Michael Hays     81
Prabhjot Lasher     81
Adam Loran     81
Brett Mormann     81
Ron Siskey     81
David Staszko     81
Mat Miller     82
Keith Schwartz     82
Gregory Sgarlato     82
Fredrik Palmer     83
Teddy Schrier     83
Ahron Valverde     83
Richardo Ronquillo     84
Matthew Tanyi     84
Stephen Hoffman     85
Wes Hollahaugh     85
Samuel Petke     85
Matthew Wallach     85
Spencer Charlton     86
Daniel Ng     86
Wait Harris     88
Logan Woodruff     89
Curtis Abbey     90
Nick Jelovic     92
Name     Rd.1
Tony Wilmer     70
Neil Duffy     71
Mark Miller     73
Tom O'Grady     73
Bob Schoenherr     74
Rob Thompson     75
Norm Hall     76
Bob Reed     76
Greg Saiki     77
Michael Donnelly     79
David Kinser     79
Vince Ambrosia     80
James Nelson     82
Rob Seidel     82
Tom Lyons     83
Kevin Tierney     83
Thomas Hitchcock     84
Andrew Brooks     87
Dan Redmond     87
Name     Rd.1
James Grensted     72
Parick McKenna     72
Mike Sly     72
Del Hocker     73
Gary Meek     73
Tim Yager     73
Korsen Yu     73
Scott Henrikson     74
Scott Rhine     74
Todd Knapp     75
Richard Mathers     75
Jerry McGarvey     75
Scott Carelli     76
Al Richardson     76
Vincent Steele     76
Terry Trout     77
Bob Gorman     78
Bill Strahan     78
Nigel Harold     79
Lyle Covino     88


ABOUT THE AGC Silicon Valley Amateur

The Silicon Valley Amateur is the first AmateurGolf.com tournament to have, on its past winner's list, a MAJOR champion. That would be Collin Morikawa, who won the 2016 title. Just over 4 years later, he won the PGA Championship just up the road at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco.

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 map like the Canadian Geese on the fairways and wetlands 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, and the results are stunning.

This is a gross competition with Championship, Senior and Women's divisions. There will be no Net division.

For players age 25- 49. Compete alongside the younger players in the Championship Division, (same tees, same prize opportunities) and if there are at least 10 Mid-Ams, a separate prize and trophy will be awarded.

For players age 65+. Compete alongside the younger players in the Senior Division, (same tees, same prize opportunities) and a separate prize and trophy will be awarded for low super senior.

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