SF City Senior: Williams wins 2nd title in 3 years
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (March 9, 2014) -- Jim Williams defeated Steve Schroeder in the final match Sunday to win his second title in three years in the Senior Division at the 2014 San Francisco City Championship.
No. 25 Williams prevailed 7-and-6 in the finale over Schroeder, the 15th seed.
With his second title, Williams joins Earl Stewart and Gary Vanier as the only two-time winners of the Senior championship.
Williams, a member of the USGA's Executive Committee, had topped Mike Staskus, 5-and-4, in Saturday's semifinals to advance while Schroeder beat Ray Pellegrini 3-and-2 to move on.
Both Staskus and Schroeder were playing in their first official senior event.
In the Super Senior Division, Ely Orquiza was a big winner knocking off NCGA Super Senior champion Ron Johnson in Sunday's finale. The 11th seed, Orquiza prevailed 5-and-3.
For a full rundown of the Senior Bracket, follow the link below.
Also, don't miss our coverage from the Men's
divisions at the 2014 San Francisco City Championship.View results for San Francisco City SENIOR
ABOUT THE San Francisco City SENIOR
NOTE: 2017 REGISTRATIONS CLOSED ON JAN.
MEN'S SENIOR DIVISION
FEE INCLUDES ALL GREEN FEES.
the first 72 entries received. Participants must
index of 9.4 or lower on 12/01/16 and must have
age of 55 or older as of March 7, 2017.
consist of one 18-hole stroke play round. Along
the defending champion, who will hold the
seed, the low 31 scores will advance to the Men's
Senior Championship Flight. Individual scores will
determine seeding for match play.
who don’t qualify will be refunded $125.
will not be entitled to a refund. All rounds will be
played at TPC Harding Park Golf Course. Those
contestants who post the 32nd and 33rd low
be deemed alternate #1 and #2, respectively.
ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO CITY
The oldest municipal tournament in the
Match play event with scratch senior,
and open divisions. Past champions
Venturi, George Archer, and Dorothy
Some of the 'non winners' include Tom
and Johnny Miller. Click the 'history' tab for
more about this wonderful event.
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