John Hoffman of San Diego and Tom McKee of Carlsbad captured the California Seniors Golf Association Four-Ball Championship by three strokes over Kerry Booth and Warren Shafer of San Diego at San Diego Country Club.
Hoffman and McKee went bogey-free in round one and coasted to victory despite making two bogeys the second round.
McKee and Hoffman posted a score of 68-71—139, 5-under-par, while Booth and Shafer finished at 72-70—142, while Ken Weixel and Pete Wlodkowski of San Diego were third at 74-69—143, followed by Mike Brown and Don Eklund of San Diego, who finished at 72-72—144, Gary Singer of Newport Coast and Pat Rohan of San Diego at 73-72—145, and Scott Blanchard of San Diego and Tom Wilson of La Jolla at 76-71—147.
Weixel made the shot of the tournament with a hole in one with a 7-iron on the 13th hole of the second round.
Bob Guernsey and Scott Lindberg of La Quinta shot 76-75—151 to tie for seventh with James Dunn of Ventura and Michael Hogan of Montecito, who also finished at 76-75—151, while Michael Brooks and John Minteer of San Diego totaled 77-75—152 to tie for ninth with Steve Beebe and Frank Sabad of La Quinta, who came in at 77-75—152.offmanH
Bill Brewer and Don Kobashigawa of Burbank captured the President’s Flight by nine strokes with a score of 68-70—138.
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