Southland Golf Magazine


Kelley captures Industry Hills City Championship

Ho’s second-place finish includes course-record 67 on Zaharias layout.

BY ELI MILLERPublished: July, 2010

Ryan Kelley was the only player to finish under par at the 2010 Industry Hills City Championship (COURTESY: Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms Resort).

Lakewood’s Ryan Kelley won the championship flight in the Industry Hills City Championship last weekend at Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms Resort.

Playing two rounds on the Eisenhower course and one on the Zaharias layout, Kelley shot rounds of 72-70-72 for a 1-under-par total to win by three shots over Raymond Ho of Cerritos (2-over).

“This means a lot,” Kelley, a graduate of Riverside’s California Baptist University, told the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. “I had been playing well the past couple months and have gotten into a little groove. Everything just came together to win it.”

Ho entered Sunday’s final round of the 54-hole event with the lead following a 4-under-par 67 Saturday on the Zaharious course — a competitive record. However, he closed with a 3-over 75 on Eisenhower that included a pair of double bogeys.

Kevin L. Keller, who had the opening-round lead thanks to a 70 at Eisenhower, closed with rounds of 74-74 to finish alone in third at 3-over par. Hacienda Heights resident Jason Choo was fourth at 4-over.

Woodland Hills resident Aaron West, who won the Ventura City Championship earlier this summer, shared fourth place with Choo. Accomplished amateur Tim Hogarth of Northridge ended in sixth place at 5-over par.

Defending champion Bobby Arranaga registered rounds of 76-75-79 to finish in 18th place.

The championship flight was for players with indexes of 2.9 or lower. Here are winners and top finishers from other flights, with handicap ranges included:

Woods flight (3.0 – 4.9)
Lindsay Jeffries and Martin P. Junor finished regulation tied at 27-over 242, and Jeffries defeated Junor with a birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.

Mickelson flight (5.0 – 6.9)
Randy Renny was the only player in this division to post two sub-80 rounds, posting a 24-over total that clinched the victory by two shots over Garth W. Price. Stephen Glass and Sean E. Trundy tied for third at 28-over.

O’Meara flight (7.0 – 8.9)
Eric Yn opened with a 72 and never looked back, outlasting the field with a 17-over par total. Yu-Nin Shang was second at 19-over, while Michael Katyal finished third at 25-over par.

Kim flight (9.0 – 10.9)
Consistency was key for Jes P. Zablan, who posted rounds of 80-82-82 for a victorious total of 29-over par. Randall M. Dang was second at 31-over, while Yuka Okada finished third at 34-over par.

Mahan flight (11.0 – 13.9)
Sau K. Tan won with a 250 total, while Victor Cardeno and Roel C. Astacaan tied for second at 254.

Goydos flight (14.0 and above)
Richard M. Myers won with a 278 total, seven better than Wally Lawson and eight clear of Richard Trejo.

For more on Industry Hills Golf Club, visit their website.


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