Brock Anderson Leads 38 More Players to 109th Oregon Amateur | Oregon Golf Association

Brock Anderson Leads 38 More Players to 109th Oregon Amateur

OREGON CITY, Ore. - Brock Anderson (Lake Oswego, Ore.) fired a 3-under par 69 to pace the field at the second Oregon Amateur qualifier, held June 5th at Stone Creek Golf Club in Oregon City, Ore.

A total of 38 more players advanced to the 2018 Oregon Amateur Championship, which will take place June 18-23 at Bend Golf Club in Bend, Ore.

Anderson, who plays collegiately at the University of Idaho, was one-over through five holes, but totaled four birdies with no bogies the rest of the way to finish the qualifier at 3-under par. Finishing in second place was Joe Torkelson (Lake Oswego, Ore.), former teammate of Anderson at Lake Oswego High School. Torkelson, who attends Creighton University, shot a 2-under par 70 to earn runner-up honors.

Adam Harrington (Portland, Ore.) and 2017 Portland City Championship winner Noah Yano (Happy Valley, Ore.) tied for third place at 1-under par. Former University of Idaho golfer Craig O'Meara (Happy Valley, Ore.) earned fifth place at even par.

A challenging day on the golf course led to 81 (+9) being the cut line. Six players tied at 9-over par, finalizing the 38-player field that advanced to the Championship proper.

More notable names advancing to this year's Oregon Amateur through Tuesday's qualifier include Brad Mombert (Bend, Ore.), the 1998 Oregon Junior Amateur and 2003 OGA Tournament of Champions winner; Harrison Moir (Portland, Ore.), who advanced to U.S. Open sectional qualifying in 2015, and Brandon Lorain (Woodburn, Ore.) and Chris Underwood (Damascus, Ore.), who were both in the final group of the last round of the 2018 Oregon Mid-Amateur Championship.

The third and final Oregon Amateur qualifier will be held Saturday, June 9th at Tokatee Golf Club in Blue River, Ore.

For up-to-date coverage of the 2018 Oregon Amateur, the OGA will have live updates and comprehensive coverage on its social media channels. Click the links below to follow the action, and don't forget to use the hashtag #OregonAm!

For results from the first Oregon Amateur qualifier, and complete OGA Championships coverage from 2018 so far, click here.

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