L.A. City Championship: Hogarth wins sixth

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (June 10, 2007)-- When Tim Hogarth won the Los Angeles City Amateur Golf Championship last year, he had to go extra holes to finish it off. This year there were no such dramatics as the Northridge resident won a record sixth title by a whopping nine shots over Ed Repanich of Los Angeles and Doug Fortner of Tustin at Rancho Park GC.

Tim Hogarth won his sixth Los Angeles City Amateur Championship by six shots.

Hogarth and 2005 champion Tye Alexander were tied after the first two rounds (played at Griffith Park's Harding and Wilson courses) but Hogarth turned it up several notches with final rounds of 68-66 at Rancho Park to run away with the title. Overall, Hogarth shot 67-70-68-66 -- 271, 15 under par for the four rounds.

Repanich (69-69-73-69) and Fortner (71-72-70-67) each finished at 280, a shot in front of Sang Hyun and Matthew Ryan. Alexander, who shot 72-65 in the first two rounds, faded with final rounds of 72-77.

The win continues a brilliant spring for Hogarth, who earlier this year captured the SCGA Mid-Amateur Championship by a record-breaking eight shots at Mission Viejo CC, won his fifth overall and third straight Kelly Cup at Lakeside GC, and then captured the Pasadena City Amateur at Brookside GC.

In addition to last year, Hogarth -- winner of the 1996 USGA Amateur Public Links, 1999 California Amateur and SCGA Mid-Amateur and 2004 SCGA Amateur -- also captured L.A. City title in 1996, 1999, 2000 & 2001.

For full results, click on the "see also" link at top of article and use the results tab.

--Story courtesy SCGA

Results For Los Angeles City Men's Championship
1CATim HogarthNorthridge, CA180271
T2CAEd RepanichLos Angeles, CA120280
T2CADoug FortnerTustin, CA120280
T4CASang HyunWhittier, CA60281
T4CAMatt RyanSaugus, CA60281

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ABOUT THE Los Angeles City

72 Hole Stroke Play at Griffith Park (Wilson and Harding) and Rancho Park Golf Course. The field will be cut to 48 players and ties for the weekend. To qualify to play in the Championship Flight you must have an index of 3.5 or less. If you do not have an official index number you may play in the Championship Flight but you must provide a letter from your PGA Golf Professional or College Coach stating your ability to play in the Championship Flight and you will be placed at the end of the field. The Maximum number of entries is 148. If entries are oversubscribed players will be put on standby list in order of applications received.

Handicap Flights play 54 Holes of Stroke Play. The field will be cut to 30 players (top 6 in each flight) for Sunday’s final round.

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