Randy Haag of Orinda has done it again.
Haag, who has won more than 100 tournaments in California and was named Northern California Golf Association Player of the Year four times, captured the 2021 Sonoma Valley Senior Championship by four strokes over Eric Smith of Tiburon and Mike Staskus of Los Altos at Sonoma Golf Club.
The tournament was canceled last year because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The 62-year-old Haag, who plays out of the Olympic Club in San Francisco and also won the Southern California Golf Association Senior Amateur Championship earlier this year, carded a score of 76-67—143, 1-under-par, while Smith finished at 76-71—147 and Staskus wound up at 74-73—147.
Chris Miller of Brentwood posted a score of 76-72—148 to tie for fourth with Jim Williams of Orinda and Larry Neal of Fairfield, who both totaled 73-75—148, while Rich Maxwell of Loma Linda was seventh at 75-74—149.
John Mack of Alta Loma, who won the 2019 Sonoma Valley Senior Championship, shot 74-76—150 to tie for eighth with Tony Yick of San Francisco, who finished at 77-73—150 and Greg Parry of Carmichael, who came in at 75-75—150.
Joey Ferrari of Stockton claimed the Super Seniors title with a score of 72-66—138, while Chuck Richesin of Lodi was second at 72-70—142, and Herb Jensen of Carmichael shot 75-72—147 to tie for fourth with Jim Knoll of Sunnyvale, who wound up at 72-75—147.
Ken Webb of Turlock was fifth at 74-74—148, while Al Oppenheim of Mill Valley totaled 79-72—151 to tie for sixth with Frank Pieper of Carmel, who finished at 73-78—151.
Vic Shellenberg of Santa Rosa shot 78-76—154 to tie for eighth with Jim Duncan of Sonoma, who totaled 76-78—154, while Greg O’Malley of Reno finished at 81-74—155 to tie for 10th with Joe Zanassi of Fairfield, who came in at 79-76—155.