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By Charles Rich | August 25, 2009
GLENDALE — Fortunately for Brett Kanda, he had a good start. The La Crescenta resident needed it due to some late struggles during the second round of stroke play Tuesday at the 109th annual United States Amateur Championship. Kanda qualified for match play after he registered a six-over-par 76 at the famed Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla. The 2005 Flintridge Prep graduate carded a two-round score of 147, which included a one-over-par 70 on Monday at nearby Cedar Ridge Country Club.
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By Charles Rich | August 26, 2009
GLENDALE — Brett Kanda predicted a tough match. That was before several cameras and a large crowd gathered outside the ropes to watch him and his opponent battle to the final hole. Kanda, a La Crescenta resident and a senior at UNLV, didn’t let his short game or his poise desert him when he needed it most. Playing on live television Wednesday, the 54th-seeded Kanda parred the 18th hole to edge 11th-seeded Kevin Tway, 1 up, during the first round of match play at the 109th annual United States Amateur Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
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By Charles Rich | August 28, 2009
GLENDALE — In Brett Kanda’s case, he competed against an opponent who didn’t make many mistakes. That’s life at prestigious events, and it’s something Kanda learned Thursday. Kanda saw his run end after he lost to Byeong-Hun An, 4 and 3, in a round-of-32 match at the 109th rendition of the United States Amateur Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla. The 54th-seeded Kanda, a La Crescenta resident and 2005 Flintridge Prep graduate, had his first appearance in the nation’s oldest championship come to a close after the 22nd-seeded An of Korea birdied the 15th hole to give him a four-shot lead.
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By Charles Rich | August 28, 2009
GLENDALE — In Brett Kanda’s case, he competed against an opponent who didn’t make many mistakes. That’s life at prestigious events, and it’s something Kanda learned Thursday. Kanda saw his run end after he lost to Byeong-Hun An, 4 and 3, in a round-of-32 match at the 109th rendition of the United States Amateur Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla. The 54th-seeded Kanda, a La Crescenta resident and 2005 Flintridge Prep graduate, had his first appearance in the nation’s oldest championship come to a close after the 22nd-seeded An of Korea birdied the 15th hole to give him a four-shot lead.
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By Charles Rich | August 26, 2009
GLENDALE — Brett Kanda predicted a tough match. That was before several cameras and a large crowd gathered outside the ropes to watch him and his opponent battle to the final hole. Kanda, a La Crescenta resident and a senior at UNLV, didn’t let his short game or his poise desert him when he needed it most. Playing on live television Wednesday, the 54th-seeded Kanda parred the 18th hole to edge 11th-seeded Kevin Tway, 1 up, during the first round of match play at the 109th annual United States Amateur Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
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By Charles Rich | August 25, 2009
GLENDALE — Fortunately for Brett Kanda, he had a good start. The La Crescenta resident needed it due to some late struggles during the second round of stroke play Tuesday at the 109th annual United States Amateur Championship. Kanda qualified for match play after he registered a six-over-par 76 at the famed Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla. The 2005 Flintridge Prep graduate carded a two-round score of 147, which included a one-over-par 70 on Monday at nearby Cedar Ridge Country Club.
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