Tim Hogarth of Northridge captured the Pasadena City Amateur Championship, which dates to 1929, for a record seventh time on the C.W. Koiner Course at Brookside Golf Club, which plays in the shadow of the San Gabriel Mountains and around the Rose Bowl.
The tournament was not held last year for a number of reasons, but Hogarth also won the tournament in 2017 and 2018, so this one makes it three in a row.
The 54-year-old Hogarth, who captured the 1996 U.S. Public Links Championship and has won 19 Southern California Golf Association titles in his brilliant career, collected seven birdies in the final round to close with a 5-under-par 66.
Hogarth bounced back from a rocky first round to win the title with a score of 75-66-66—207, 7-under-par, by two strokes over 2014 and 2016 winner Dan Sullivan of Pasadena, who finished at 71-70-68—209.
Tongun Lako of Upland was third at 73-67-70—210, while Blake Brothers of San Juan Capistrano shot 71-72-69—212 to tie for fourth with Graham Brockington of Los Angeles, who finished at 73-67-72—212.
Daniel Ragsdale of Westlake Village posted a score of 69-70-74—213 to tie for sixth with Daniel Tiscarneo of Seattle, who totaled 73-68-72—213, Raymond Navis of Palm Desert, who finished at 74-68-71—213, and Christian Schrodt of Mission Viejo, who came in at 72-67-74—213, while Patrick Carrigan of Walnut was 10th at 73-69-73—215.
Other notable winners of the tournament include Craig Steinberg, Johnny Dawson, Ellsworth Vines, Bruce McCormick, Smiley Quick, Ted Richards, Ed Fiori, Michael Putnam, Dave Berganio, Eric Woods and Greg Bruckner.
The Pasadena City Amateur is expected to move back to its original date in April next year.
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