Simson wins Sr. Hall-of-Fame again
HIGH POINT, N.C. (June 21, 2013) — For the second consecutive year, Paul Simson is the champion of the National Senior Amateur Hall-of-Fame.
After sharing the lead with Rick Cloninger heading into the final round, Simson fired a 69 to best Cloninger by five, and win the tournament by that same number.
Not only is it Simson's second straight win, but it's his third win at the Senior Hall-of-Fame in four years.
Don Marsh took the top spot in the Super Senior Division. He shot a final-round 70 to secure a seven-shot victory over runner-up Rick Luzar and the field.
The National Senior Hall of Fame is a 54-hole invitational started in honor of Dale Morey (a member at Willow Creek). The event typically draws one of the strongest senior fields of the year.
ABOUT THE National Senior Hall of Fame
54 hole invitational started in honor of Dale
(a member at Willow Creek) typically draws one
of the strongest fields of the year. The tournament
organizers desire to create and maintain a true and
meaningful Hall of Fame that recognizes the best in
amateur golf of national and international acclaim.
Their list of previous inductees and champions attest
to our success in these efforts, most have won
the U.S. or the British Senior Amateur Championship
or innumerable other prestigious championships
as the U.S. Amateur.
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