U.S. Senior Open: Hogarth Leads Amateurs After Round One
Tim Hogarth is inside the top 10 after round one (USGA photo)
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (June 28, 2018) - Tim Hogarth (Northridge, CA) shot an even-par 70 to lead the amateur contingent after the first round of the 39th U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor.
A total of 24 amateurs teed off on Thursday, and on a day where the low score was 4-under 66 by leader Jerry Kelly, only Hogarth managed to match par.
Related: FINAL: U.S. Senior Open Qualifying Roundup
It was a roller coaster round for Hogarth, who started quickly with two birdies in his first four holes to get to 2 under. But a three-car bogey train followed, and he made the turn at 1 over. He got it back into the red with two birdies early on his inward nine, and was still 1 under going into his final hole, but a bogey six put him back to even par.
Hogarth finished the first round inside the top 10, tied for 9th.
Last year's low amateur Robert Funk (Canyon Lake, CA) shot a 2-over 72, along with Mike Finster (St. Petersburg, FL) who is playing in his fourth straight U.S. Senior Open.
Frank Vana (Boxford, MA), Robby McWilliams (Benton, LA), and Bob Harrington (Portland, OR) all shot 3-over 73 and are the only other amateurs that are currently inside the projected cut line after the first round. The low 60 players and ties after 36 holes will advance to the weekend.
70 (T9) Tim Hogarth
72 (T26) Robert Funk
72 (T26) Mike Finster
73 (T41) Frank Vana
73 (T41) Robby McWilliams
73 (T41) Bob Harrington
75 (T72) Mike McCoy
76 (T81) Jeff Wilson
76 (T81) Jack Hall
76 (T81) Steve Sear
77 (T94) Tim Dunlavey
77 (T94) Peter DeTemple
78 (T107) Ned Zachar
79 (T112) Daniel Owen
79 (T112) Brian Ferris
79 (T112) Sean Knapp
79 (T112) Jack Larkin
80 (T123) Jerry Slagle
81 (T134) Glenn Przybylski
82 (T139) Paul Simson
82 (T139) Brad Wayment
83 (T146) Wayne Merich
86 (153) James Camaione
93 (155) Dennis Martin
ABOUT THE U.S. Senior Open
The U.S. Senior Open is one of 14 national
championships conducted by the USGA. Open
to amateurs and professionals who have reached
their 50th birthday as of the first day of the
The Senior Open was first
played in 1980 with a purse of, get this, just
$100,000. Roberto Vincenzo of Argentina was the
inaugural champion (winning $20,000), and Arnold
Palmer was a popular winner the following year in
1981 at Oakland Hills.
View Complete Tournament Information