Tim Hogarth of Northridge, the most decorated amateur golfer in Southern California history, teamed with Corby Segal of Santa Clarita to win the 28th Southern California Golf Association Four-Ball Championship by one stroke at Oakmont Country Club http://www.oakmontcc.com in Burbank.
Hogarth (pictured left) and Segal (right) posted score of 64-68—132, 10-under-par, while John Pate and Brandon Gama of Santa Barbara totaled 68-65—133 to tie for second with Ramie Sprinkling of Camarillo and Nathan Celusta of Newbury Park, who finished at 67-66—133.
“It’s great to complete this slam that I’ve been chasing for a long time,” said Hogarth, who has won every SCGA event he has played. “But Corby is (SCGA) Player of the Year for a reason. I know who the stronger player was this week and I’m thankful for him.”
Hogarth has won five SCGA Mid-Amateur titles, two SCGA Foursomes Championships. the SCGA Match Play Championship, the SCGA Amateur Championship, and the SCGA Tournament of Club Champions.
In addition, he has won nine Los Angeles City Championships, nine Kelly Cup titles and six Pasadena City Championships, among other SoCal titles.
Hogarth, a three-time SCGA Player of the Year, also won the 1996 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.
“Tim is more prepared than me 99 percent of the tournaments,” Segal said. “But he knows how hard I grind so we make the perfect team. This one feels good.”
Brian Walker of Ventura and Jeff McNeil of Arroyo Grande were fourth at 67-67—134, followed by Lindquist of Toluca Lake and Hermann of Los Angeles at 67-69—136.
Dalton Davenport of Stanton and Nick Cantlay of Los Alamitos totaled 69-68—137 to tie for sixth with Tyler Gulliksen of San Diego and Nick Geyer of Encinitas, who finished at 68-69—137, defending champions Cody Hall of Wildomar and Edwin Kuang of Los Angeles, who wound up at 69-68—137, and Bret Parker of Irvine and Torey Edwards of Long Beach, who came in at 68-69—137.
Troy Basmajian and Chris Rendler of Manhattan Beach shot 71-67—138 to tie for 10th with Mike Mehran of San Diego and John Rudolph of La Jolla, who finished at 71-67—138, David Bartman of Los Angeles and Robert Funk of Canyon Lake, who totaled 71-67—138, Scott Patterson of Newport Beach and Timothy Snyder of Thousand Oaks, who finished at 71-67—138, and Edward Susolik of Newport Beach and Jake Williams of Temecula, who came in at 69-69—138.
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