SCGA Mid-Am: Hogarth in familiar position
VALENCIA, Calif. (April 14, 2014) -- Tim Hogarth found himself in a familiar position in the first round of the 2014 Southern California Mid-Amateur Championship.

The five-time champion is near the top of the leaderboard.

Hogarth shot rounds of 70-74 on the first day of play -- 36 grueling holes at Valencia Country Club -- and was tied for the lead alongside Ramie Sprinkling at press time.

Sprinkling shot 76 in the first round but was 4-under in his second 18 through 12 holes. AmateurGolf.com will provide full final results from the first day of action as soon as play completes.

Scot McGihon shot 75-71 and sits two back of Hogarth while Dan Sullivan, defending champion Robert Funk and Ken Cruz sit at 3-over.

The SCGA Mid-Amateur is a 54-hole championship played over two days. Following the completion of Rounds 1 and 2, the field will be cut to the low 40 and ties.

For a full look at the SCGA Mid-Amateur leaderboard, follow the link below.

ABOUT THE Southern California Mid-Amateur

The SCGA Mid-Amateur is a 54-hole medal play championship for members of the Southern California Golf Association, but not necessarily residents of the region. Two 18-hole rounds are played the first day, after which the field is cut to the low 42 scores (and ties) who play 18 holes stroke play the following day.

Players must be at least 25 years old by the first day of the tournament with a current index less than 5.4. Qualifying events are held in March at various SCGA courses.

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Results For SCGA Mid-Amateur Golf Championship (Southern California)
1CARamie SprinklingCamarillo, CA35076-67-72--215
2CATim HogarthNorthridge, CA23070-74-72--216
T3CARyan DwightCosta Mesa, CA14077-73-71--221
T3CADick EngelQuartz Hill, CA14074-75-72--221
T3CAJerry ChangLos Angeles, CA14072-77-72--221

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