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By Charles Rich | June 26, 2009
GLENDALE ? After seeing his bid to win his first California State Amateur Championship fall by the wayside on a cool Thursday morning in the Bay Area, Brett Kanda got straight to the point. ?I played well, but it?s tough when you run into somebody who makes a lot of putts,? said the 11th-seeded Kanda, who fell to 27th-seed Steve Woods, 3 and 2, in a quarterfinal round of match play at the tournament?s 98th rendition at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City. ?I felt comfortable, and I thought I could win [the championship]
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By Charles Rich | June 26, 2009
After seeing his bid to win his first California State Amateur Championship fall by the wayside on a cool Thursday morning in the Bay Area, Brett Kanda got straight to the point. “I played well, but it’s tough when you run into somebody who makes a lot of putts,” said the 11th-seeded Kanda, who fell to 27th-seed Steve Woods, 3 and 2, in a quarterfinal round of match play at the tournament’s 98th rendition at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City. “I felt comfortable, and I thought I could win [the championship]
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By Charles Rich | June 19, 2008
TOLUCA LAKE ? Though Josh Anderson would like to accomplish something that hasn?t been done in more than 50 years, he?s figured out that it won?t be easy. Anderson?s task at hand is to win a second consecutive California Amateur Championship crown, something last accomplished by Frank ?Bud? Taylor in 1955. It?s a task the Pepperdine University student hasn?t shied away from throughout the week. The fifth-seeded Anderson of Murrieta posted eight consecutive pars to get past 28th-seeded Bryce Holloway of Bakersfield, 3 and 2, during the first round of match play at the tournament?
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By Charles Rich | June 24, 2009
GLENDALE — Entering the final hole, Brett Kanda liked his chances. With a strong tee shot, clutch short game and the ability to get out of the bunker, the La Crescenta resident and Flintridge Prep graduate showed quite a bit of poise when it mattered most. Kanda had a strong bunker shot and then tapped in a one-foot putt for birdie to topple Patrick Duncan, Jr., 1 up, in an opening round of match-play competition at the 98th annual California Amateur Championship on Wednesday at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City.
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By Charles Rich | June 26, 2009
GLENDALE ? After seeing his bid to win his first California State Amateur Championship fall by the wayside on a cool Thursday morning in the Bay Area, Brett Kanda got straight to the point. ?I played well, but it?s tough when you run into somebody who makes a lot of putts,? said the 11th-seeded Kanda, who fell to 27th-seed Steve Woods, 3 and 2, in a quarterfinal round of match play at the tournament?s 98th rendition at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City. ?I felt comfortable, and I thought I could win [the championship]
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By Charles Rich | June 26, 2009
After seeing his bid to win his first California State Amateur Championship fall by the wayside on a cool Thursday morning in the Bay Area, Brett Kanda got straight to the point. “I played well, but it’s tough when you run into somebody who makes a lot of putts,” said the 11th-seeded Kanda, who fell to 27th-seed Steve Woods, 3 and 2, in a quarterfinal round of match play at the tournament’s 98th rendition at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City. “I felt comfortable, and I thought I could win [the championship]
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