Craig Steinberg of Agoura Hills simply did it again.
The 64-year-old Steinberg led virtually from wire-to-wire to win the 24th Southern California Golf Association Super Senior Championship by four strokes over Bob Valerio of Hawthorne and John Hoffman of San Diego on the Ranch Course at Alisal Resort in Solvang.
Steinberg, who has won 13 SCGA titles, posted a score of 68-73—151, three-under-par, while Valerio and Hoffman both finished at 73-72—145.
Scott Parker of La Quinta shot 75-72—147 to tie for fourth with John Milleville of Ventura, who also wound up at 75-72—147, and Doug Williams of Los Angeles, who wound up at 72-75—147.
Craig Calkins of Manhattan Beach finished seventh at 72-76—148, while Christopher Blair of Nipoma shot 74-75—149 to tie for ninth with Jeffrey Gipner of Oceanside, who wound up at 72-77—149, and Donald Baker of Woodland Hills was 10th at 74-76—150.
Past champions in the Southern California Golf Association Super Senior Championship include Curtis Worley, Jeff Burda, Kemp Richardson, David Ujihara, Howie Knodt, Patrick Rohan, Rob Thompson, Robert Carver, Kenny Knott, William McKenchie, Bud Bradley and Bryan Conn, who claimed the first one in 2000.
For complete results, visit: https://scga-2023scgasuperseniorchampionship.golfgenius.com/pages/3955401