Tim Hogarth of Northridge has added another chapter to his legendary golf career.
The 52-year-old Hogarth, the 1996 USGA Public Links champion who has won dozens of titles in Southern California, captured the Pasadena City Senior City Championship by a whopping 11 strokes over Jordan Fisher and Neil Fisher, both of Pasadena, at Brookside Golf Club on the grounds of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
Hogarth, who has won nine Los Angeles City Championships, nine Kelly Cup titles, four SCGA Mid-Amateur Championships and earlier this year claimed the Pasadena City Championship for the seventh time, finished with a score of 64-67-131—11-under-par.
The first round was played on the E.O. Nay Course in the first round, when Hogarth finished eagle-birdie-birdie to tie Fisher for the lead at 64, but he pulled away on day two with three birdies on the first six holes of the E.O. Nay course and added five birdies on the back nine in his 67.
Fisher carded a score of 64-78—142 to tie for second with Moore, who wound up at 68-74—142, while Craig Calkins of Manhattan Beach, who won the 2017 Morrison Cup and 2016 SCGA Match Play Championship, was fourth at 70-73—143.
Dennis Martin of South San Francisco totaled 70-74—144 to tie for fifth with Iain Macdonald of Fullerton, who shot 69-75—144, and 2018 Pasadena City Senior champion Mark Miller of West Covina, who finished at 71-73—144.
Dan Sullivan of Pasadena, who won this tournament in 2017, was eighth at 72-73—145, followed by Jim Ream of Cerritos at 71-75—146 and Michael Turner of Sherman Oaks, the 2012 and 2014 Pasadena City senior champ, at 70-77—147.
Tommy Handojo of Long Beach won the A Flight at 71-72—143, Ken Hoffman of Arcadia claimed the B Flight at 69-73—142, and Gordon Gong of Pasadena captured the C Flight at 76-73—149.
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