SF City Senior: Upsets mark first match play round
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (Feb. 23, 2012) -- The first round of match play finished up today in the senior division of the San Francisco City. Mark Miller, the defending champion and No.1 seed was upset by No. 32 seed, Tony Wilmer of San Mateo losing 1-down. Wilmer was one of nine players who just made the cut shooting 79.
Herb Jensen of Carmichael, the 2010 champion and 31st seed, took out Dan Beiber of Alamo, the low qualifier yesterday, 2 & 1.
No. 3 seed Ken Noonan of Pleasanton also took an early exit as no. 30 seed Gene Van Puymbroeck of Mt. View won that match 3 & 1.
Gary Vanier, the 2009 champion from Pleasant Hill, defeated no. 5 seed Bill Bates of Somerset, 2 & 1.
The matches at Harding Park will continue with the round of 16 played next Wednesday, Feb. 29.
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MEN'S SENIOR DIVISION
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the first 72 entries received. Participants must
index of 9.4 or lower on 12/01/16 and must have
age of 55 or older as of March 7, 2017.
consist of one 18-hole stroke play round. Along
the defending champion, who will hold the
seed, the low 31 scores will advance to the Men's
Senior Championship Flight. Individual scores will
determine seeding for match play.
who don’t qualify will be refunded $125.
will not be entitled to a refund. All rounds will be
played at TPC Harding Park Golf Course. Those
contestants who post the 32nd and 33rd low
be deemed alternate #1 and #2, respectively.
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Venturi, George Archer, and Dorothy
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