Tim Hogarth wins fourth Pasadena City Championship
Tim Hogarth
Tim Hogarth

PASADENA, Calif. — Having won three straight Pasadena City Championship titles from 2007 to 2009, Tim Hogarth of Northridge won his fourth by six shots on Sunday at Brookside Golf Club.

The four-time SCGA Mid-Amateur winner opened with a 66 on the shorter E.O. Noy course, and sat two shots back of the the first-round leader, and defending champion, Dan Sullivan. But Sullivan struggled during the final three rounds, all played on the longer and more difficult C.W. Koiner course, posting 75 each day and placing fifth.

Hogarth, however, combined to go five-under during those three days, including a third-round 67 to take the lead entering the final day. He finished at nine-under par 277, beating runner-up finisher Joshua Shou of Singapore by six shots.

Kevin Fitzgerald and Sean Birren, the 2012 winner, tied for third place at two-over 288.

The win is Hogarth's second on 2015 as he won his second straight Kelly Cup crown in April at Lakeside Golf Club.

Results: Pasadena City Championship
1CATim HogarthNorthridge, CA18066-71-67-73=277
2SingaporeJoshua ShouSingapore12068-74-70-71=283
T3CAKevin FitzgeraldRiverside, CA6070-71-72-75=288
T3CASean BirrenLa Verne, CA6070-71-70-77=288
5CADan SullivanPasadena, CA6064-75-75-75=289

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ABOUT THE Pasadena City Championship

The Pasadena City is a historic championship that dates back to 1929 and has long been one of Southern California's most prestigious tournaments. After a one-year hiatus the tournament is back in full force for 2020. A WAGR counting event and SCGA Player of the Year points tournament. Proceeds from the Championship will support youth development programs for the First Tee of Greater Pasadena.

The Championship Flight is an open flight (no age limit) conducted over 54 holes. The field will be cut to the top 30% and ties after 36 holes, to play the finals on Course #1 Sunday.

Net Flights are open to all players 18 or older with 12-month low handicap index ranging from 3.1 to 21.4. Entrants with higher indexes must play down to a 24 handicap. The field will be divided into six flights to play over 54 holes. Cut after Saturday rounds to 30% and ties for all flights. Finals for all Net Flights are to be played on Course 1 on Sunday.

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