Jeff Burda continues reign at Sacramento County Senior
CARMICHAEL, Calif. (May 14, 2014) -- Jeff Burda's reign at the Sacramento County Senior Championship has continued.
Burda, from Modesto, Calif., won for the second straight year and the fifth time in seven years this past weekend at Ancil Hoffman Golf Course. He added to his county dominance with a final-round 67 to roll to a four-shot lead over a solid field that featured a number of Northern California's top seniors.
Burda's run at the Sacramento County Senior may have another title included if not for some traffic Burda got stuck in in 2012. It prevented him from making his first-round tee time and forced him to not play in the event.
"I don't quite know," Burda said when asked to explain his success in the event. "It really doesn't fit my eye very well but I like the feel of it. It's an old style parkland course and I just always seem to play there."
In the Super Senior, Dennis Younglove topped Bob Olds by a shot.
As soon as full results are made available, we'll provide more information.
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ABOUT THE Sacramento County Senior
The 50th annual County Senior & Super Senior Men's
Championship will be
contested at Ancil Hoffman Golf Course on Tuesday
and Wednesday, May 2-3, 2023. The tournament is
open to all male
amateur golfers ages 55 to 64 (Senior Division) with
a GHIN of 9.4
or less and ages 65 and older (Super Senior Division)
with a GHIN
of 11.4 or less. The Super
Senior division will also
include a Legends flight for ages 75 and above.
The entry fee is $175 per player and includes two
days green fees, range balls
both days and awards - power cart not included.
The entry deadline is
and there will be no refunds after this
date. There will be a $10
cancellation fee for withdrawals prior to the entry
The tournament format is 36 holes of stroke play –
18 holes each day – with 10-minute tee time
intervals. Ties for
champion in both flights will be decided in a sudden
death playoff. All other
ties will be divided evenly by the sum of the
combined places. The lowest 36-hole gross scores in
flights will be
declared the 2023 County Sr.
and Super Senior Men’s Champion. The names will
be inscribed on the
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