AB achieved a significant achievement on February 6th at Monday Night League, breaking a long time record held by both himself and Paul Ulibarri. He threw a solid card of birdies with a final score of eighteen under par for the night. Previous record was a 16 under 38. Ironically, Jason K threw 16 under par on the same night which would have tied the old record but it was not to be. Check out the image below.
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Anthony Barela Wins 2015 World and U.S.Amateur Championship.
Open: 1st Jeremy Novak, 2nd Jeremy Herr, 3rd AJ Herr
Women's Open: 1st Jennifer Allen, 2nd Jaime Spencer
Masters: 1st Sergio Celis (Tie Breaker), 2nd Jeff Wilson, 3rd Sam Russ/Steve Kurth (tie)
Advanced: 1st Chis Robbins, 2nd Colin Hahn, 3rd Spencer Hunter
Advanced Masters: 1st Steve Barboa, 2nd Joseph Wolfe, 3rd Saul Juarez
Intermediate: 1st Martin Bengson, 2nd Sean "Ginger" Sullivan, 3rd Jim Reavis
Recreattional: 1st Jon Bigelow, 2nd Jeff Phillips. 3rd Josh Granado
Junior 10: 1st Kellen Smith, 2nd Ivan Bengson, 3rd Jaiden Fougner
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Action: 1st Rob Hart, 2nd Dave Peace, 3rd Rob Hart
Artistic: 1st Rob Hart, 2nd Kobey Frampton, 3rd Phil Wilson
Open: 1st Rob Hart, 2nd Kobey Frampton, 3rd Pete Ulibarri
Modified: 1st Matt McCreary, 2nd Rob Hart, 3rd Phil Wilson
See winning photos posted in the gallery.
AB followed his US Amateur Championship early in the summer of 2015, with the 2015 World Amateur Championship in late July. Reprising his duel with Izak McDonald, AB managed a come-from-behind win on the last hole of the tournament to edge McDonald for the win and to secure the Amateur Grand Slam for 2015. Congratulations to AB for his phenomenal achievement. We will be watching him play for years to come.