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PAUMA VALLEY, Calif. (July 2, 2012) -- The 35th annual SCGA Senior Amateur Championship kicked off Monday at Pauma Valley Country Club. After an exciting round of action, only two players managed to break par, paced by first-round leader Dave Delich of Colorado Springs.

The Pauma Valley member and 2008 and 2011 Colorado Senior Match Play Champion fired a first-round 3-under par 68 over the 6,700 yard layout to take a one-stroke lead over Ken Noonan of Pleasanton. Delich, who only plays Pauma Valley a few times a year, aced the par-3 12th hole en route to an opening nine of 34. Noonan, who got in as an alternate last week, had four birdies and two bogeys to put himself one back.

Defending champion and reigning Senior Player of the Year Jeff Burda is part of a group of four players who shot even par 71, within striking distance of the leader.

Seventeen players are within five shots of the lead and the championship is still very much up for grabs.

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ABOUT THE Southern California Senior Amateur

Tournament eligibility will be based on the player’s current index of 10.4 and below. Senior Amateur entrants must have reached their 55th birthday by the start of the tournament. Super Senior Amateur entrants must have reached their 65th birthday by the start of the tournament.

One 18-hole stroke play qualifying round. Qualifying for the Senior and Super Senior Championships will be held simultaneously at the qualifying sites. Seniors will play from a longer set of tees than the Super Seniors. If eligible for both, players must choose which event they want to qualify.

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