Hogarth, Segal combine for SCGA Four-Ball lead
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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ABOUT THE SCGA Four-Ball
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
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