Hogarth, Segal combine for SCGA Four-Ball lead
Tim Hogarth and Corby Segal (SCGA photo)
Tim Hogarth and Corby Segal (SCGA photo)

GLENDALE, Calif. (Nov. 5, 2018) – When two of Southern California’s best team up, look out. Corby Segal and Tim Hogarth combined to post 7-under 64 at Oakmont Country Club on Monday and lead the SCGA Four-Ball by three shots.

Both men’s amateur resumes are long and distinguished. Hogarth, 52, is the 1996 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion and a decorated SCGA player who has won so many Los Angeles and Pasadena City Championship titles that it has become hard to keep an accurate count.

Segal, 47, is a PGA Tour caddie who was a quarterfinalist at the 2012 U.S. Mid-Amateur and won the SCGA Mid-Amateur with an 18-footer for par on the final hole.

The two combined to win the inaugural SCGA Stableford Team Championship in 2015.

While the veterans set the pace, a group of three teams logged rounds of 4-under 67 to keep them in sight. That includes Brian Walker and Jeff McNeil; Ramie Sprinkling and Nathan Celusta; and Eric Lindquist and Satchel Hermann.

Three more teams are at 3 under, including Brandon Gama, who won both the Santa Barbara County and SCGA Public Links titles this summer, and partner John Pate. Nick Geyer, the 2016 SCGA Public Links champion, and partner Tyler Gulliksen are also at that number.

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This event is open to members with handicap indexes of 6.4 and below. Players will compete over 18 holes of qualifying four-ball stroke play to determine the 52 teams which advance to the championship. The Championship is conducted over 36 holes of stroke play.

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