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California State Fair 2023 Men's Championship
September 02 - 04 2023
Sacramento, CA

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Tournament Overview

California State Fair 2023 Men's Championship
The State Fair Men's Amateur Championship is one of the oldest and most prestigious Amateur Championships in the West. The Championship is limited to 108 players. Competition commences over a 54-hole stroke play format with 18 holes played each day. The field is cut after 36 holes to the low 36 players & ties.

Search Terms

Format: Stroke Play
Categories: Men
Regions: Northern California, Pacific

Course

Haggin Oaks: Alister MacKenzie Course Haggin Oaks: Alister MacKenzie Course
3645 Fulton Ave
Sacramento, CA  95821-1808
phone: (916) 808-2525
url: www.hagginoaks.com

Tournament News


LATEST RESULTS:
The latest results for this tournament are posted available via the link below.
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RESULTS ARCHIVE:
In addition to the table results below, PDF versions of past results are available to view or download.

Showing results for

1CAJaden DumdumayaFairfield, CA40070-65-68=203
2CAMichael CliffFresno, CA30069-71-64=204
T3CAJoey ZambriCamarillo, CA20072-68-66=206
T3CAMatthew SutherlandCarmichael, CA20071-68-67=206
T3CALucas CarperSan Jose, CA20066-70-70=206
T6CAA.J. FitzgeraldSalinas, CA10069-70-69=208
T6CAMark StephensRedding, CA10070-68-70=208
T6CACasey LeebrickSan Luis Obispo, CA10069-69-70=208
T6ChinaKuangyu (Tony) ChenChina10072-66-70=208
T6CAJacob WestbergSacramento, CA10065-71-72=208
T11CARyan FirpoDavis, CA5071-71-68=210
T11NVJackson ParrishHenderson, NV5070-71-69=210
T11CABrandon KnightPleasanton, CA5070-69-71=210
T11CAMason BenbrookCarmichael, CA5071-68-71=210
T11CAJonathan TanihanaSacramento, CA5065-73-72=210
T11CAMaverick PavletichBakersfield, CA5066-71-73=210
T11NCViraj GarewalRaleigh, NC5068-69-73=210
T11CABlake BrothersSan Juan Capistrano, CA5066-68-76=210
T19CAJuan GonzalezAntelope, CA069-71-71=211
T19CABobby BuceyConcord, CA071-67-73=211
T19CABaron SzetoMoraga, CA071-66-74=211
T22CAJack BarberLa Jolla, CA069-72-71=212
T22CALewis SimonTorrance, CA070-71-71=212
T22MexicoAlejandro NavaMexico070-70-72=212
T25CAAustin LiuOak Park, CA069-72-72=213
T25EnglandBen QuickEngland075-65-73=213
T25CADaniel HeoCypress, CA067-73-73=213
T25Czech RepublicPetr JanikCzech Republic070-69-74=213
T25CATanner MakimotoRoseville, CA069-67-77=213
T30CADaulet TuleubayevLos Altos, CA075-67-72=214
T30ItalyJulien PaltrinieriItaly069-72-73=214
32CADavis McDowellSan Rafael, CA072-70-73=215
T33CABrett VibochSacramento, CA071-71-75=217
T33CAEric McMullenSacramento, CA068-73-76=217
T35AZJoseph LloydScottsdale, AZ071-71-76=218
T35CAJiaxuan (Joshua) HuYorba Linda, CA070-70-78=218
37CATrevor McNaryWhittier, CA069-73-77=219

On July 14th, 1925 a meeting of the Board of Directors and Tournament Committee of Del Paso Country Club was held. The question of holding a golf tournament during the State Fair was agreed upon. The event would take place at Del Paso C.C. on Labor Day Weekend. A week before the inaugural event, the Sacramento Clearing House donated a perpetual trophy costing $1000 to be awarded to the State Fair Champion See past champions list. The inaugural event was won by Geo Richie, from the Olympic Club.

For 80 years, the State Fair has been the premiere amateur championship in the area. To continue this premiere status, the championship evolved every year, always focusing on the players. The following lists some of the significant changes to the State Fair Championship:

1958 - State Fair goes from Match Play to Stroke Play
1964 - With too many entries, the State Fair Handicap moves to Ancil Hoffman
1996 - The State Fair Women's is created & hosted at Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course
1997 - The State Fair Senior is created & hosted at Mather Golf Course
1998 - The State Fair Junior is created & hosted at Haggin Oaks Golf Course
2003 - The State Fair Masters is created & hosted at Bing Maloney Golf Course
2003 - The State Fair Men's Amateur Championship receives National Status

The single most influential person in the success of the championship is Frank Freer. As the Tournament Director for over 50 years, Frank has dedicated himself to the championship and is always a favorite among the players.

PAST CHAMPIONS

2022 Jaden Dumdumaya
2021 Tony Chen
2020 Finigan Tilly
2019 Devon Bling
2018 Devon Bling
2017 Blake Abercrombie
2016 Ramiz Jamal
2015 Trevor Clayton
2014 Corey Pereira
2013 Cody Paladino
2012 Brandon Hagy
2011 Matt Hansen
2010 Grant Rappleye
2009 Ryan Hallisey
2008 Matt Grush
2007 Brandon Harkins
2006 Bob Niger
2005 Erik Flores
2004 Peter Campbell
2003 Eric Restrepo
2002 JJ Jakovac
2001 Robert Hamilton
2000 Robert Hamilton
1999 T.J. Moulton
1998 Gregg Wilkinson
1997 John Enright
1996 Chris Candelario
1995 Kris Isackson
1994 Joe Acosta Jr
1993 Rob Martin III
1992 Joey Ferrari
1991 Mike Lane
1990 Joey Ferrari
1989 Lou Alvarez
1988 Steve Simpkin
1987 John Kannaday
1986 Lou Alvarez
1985 Joe Tamburino
1984 Kevin Sutherland
1983 Clifford Smith
1982 Robert Meyer
1981 Phil Arinno
1980 Jim Sanderson
1979 Jerry Wilson
1978 Phil Arinno
1977 Phil Arinno
1976 Vic Calicchia
1975 Roland Lamontagne
1974 Phil Arinno
1973 Jack Koski
1972 Barry Hansen
1971 Pete Gutierrez
1970 Ray Arinno
1969 Ray Arinno
1968 Rob Amerian
1967 Ray Arinno
1966 Roland Lamontagne
1965 Barry Hansen
1964 Bob E. Smith
1963 George Archer
1962 Dick Lotz
1961 Dick Lotz
1960 Verne Callison
1959 Kent Winton
1958 Verne Callison
1957 Elmer Clites
1956 John McMullin
1955 Allen Geiberger
1954 Jim Tom Blair
1953 Verne Callison
1952 Verne Callison
1951 Frank Toronto
1950 Ken Venturi
1949 Bill Ogden Jr.
1948 Martin Stanovich
1947 Verne Callison
1946 Larry Crockett
1945 Earl Stewart
1944 Verne Callison
1943 Verne Callison
1942 Bill Ogden Jr.
1941 Ralph Presby
1940 Ralph Presby
1939 Frank Toronto
1938 Jack Colmar
1937 H.J. Dufour
1936 H.J. Dufour
1935 Orv Suttles
1934 Dennis Hession
1933 Arthur Sato
1932 Irv Jenkins
1928 to 1931 not held
1927 Eddie Lyon
1926 M.E. Pendleton
1925 George Richie

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Contact Information

Larry Glasmire, Tournament Director
8590 Erinbrook Way
Sacramento, CA 95826
larryglasmire@comcast.net
www.statefairgolf.net
phone: 916-747-4805

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