SAN FRANCISCO, CA (March 6, 2018) - Greg O'Malley of Sonoma shot a 2-under 70 to earn medalist honors at San Francisco City Senior Qualifying at TPC Harding Park.
O'Malley birdied four out of six holes in the middle of his round starting at the 9th to spark his round.
James Camaione of Upland shot a 1-under 71 to qualify second, while 2016 Senior champion Randy Haag of Orinda shot a 72 to qualify third. 2008 champion Jim Knoll of Sunnyvale was among a group of players tied for fourth at 1-over 73.
2012 and 2014 champion Jim Williams of Orinda shot a 76 and advanced through to match play.
31 players advanced through qualifying (plus the defending champion Gary Vanier), and the cut fell at 7-over 79.
With 30 players shooting 78 or better, only one spot was available for all of the players who shot 79, and so a massive 12-for-1 playoff was held. In the end, John Friend of Los Altos emerged as the final qualifier and will face O'Malley in the first round of match play on Wednesday morning.
In the Super Senior qualifier, Mark Miller of Brentwood shot a 76 to medal by a single shot over Mike Parnow and Herb Jensen. Miller (2011) and Jensen (2010) are both former San Francisco City Senior champions.
15 players advanced through the qualifier to join the defending Super Senior champion Ron Johnson of Walnut Creek. The cut fell at 8-over 80 and, as there were exactly 15 players at that number or better, no playoff was needed to set the match play bracket.
The Super Senior match play round of 16 will be played this Sunday at TPC Harding Park.
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ABOUT THE San Francisco City Senior
ENTRIES OPEN JANUARY 15, 2023 AND MUST
BE RECEIVED BY 5:00 PM
FEBRUARY 15, 2023
SENIOR MEN'S DIVISION
$300 ENTRY FEE INCLUDES ALL GREEN FEES.
*An NCGA Points Tournament*
Open to the first 110 entries received. Participants
must have an index
of 9.4 or lower
as of the date of entry and
must be 55 or older as of the first day of
the tournament. Qualifying will consist of one 18-
hole stroke play round
after which the Senior Men's Championship Flight will
consist of 32 match-play contestants.
In case of ties, a card-off (see SF City Golf
Championship Playoff Procedures) will determine the
will advance to match play. Players’ scores will
determine seeding for
match play. There will be no refunds
after entries close.
All rounds will be played at
TPC Harding Park
A schedule of all dates of
play can be found on the tournament website
ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO CITY
The oldest municipal
tournament in the
play event with scratch men's, senior, women's,
divisions. Past champions include Ken
Venturi, Harvie Ward, Juli Inkster, Bob Rosburg,
George Archer, and Dorothy Delasin.
Some of the 'non winners' include Tom
and Johnny Miller. Click the 'history' tab for
more about this wonderful event.
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