• Pearson and Payne Claim CSGA Gross and Net Championships

    Posted on July 23rd, 2009 3 comments

    Neal Pearson of Spyglass Hill shot a second round -1 par 71 on the Shore Course to pull away from the field and win the overall gross title at the 66 Annual CSGA Championship. Meanwhile, Bob Payne of La Jolla CC survived a four way card off at 141 to take home the overall net championship.


    Marion R. Gray Trophy (Gross Champion): Neal Pearson, Spyglass Hill     146
    Charles H. Jennings Trophy (Net Champion): Bob Payne, La Jolla     141*

    Governors Flight
    Gross Champion: Dave Sheff, Oakmont     150
    Net Champion: Mike Haney, Oakmont     141
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    Presidents Flight
    Gross Champion: Martyn Temple, Hacienda     153
    Net Champion: Nick Elowitt, Hillcrest     141
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    California Flight
    Gross Champion: Warren Ashman, Brentwood     153
    Net Champion: Ed Denison, La Jolla     145
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    Pacific Flight
    Gross Champion: John Pelton, Red Hill     161
    Net Champion: Bob Kummer, Valley Club of Montecito     141
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    Cypress Flight
    Gross Champion: Chuck Van Linge, Monterey Peninsula     158
    Net Champion: Merlin Puterbaugh, Los Altos     144
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    Mission Flight
    Gross Champion: Bennett Wolf, Brentwood     182
    Net Champion: James Marinos, La Jolla     147*
    Complete Gross Results | Complete Net Results

    * denotes tie was broken by back 9 card off on the Shore Course


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    • Dr. Bob Crawford

      Tom: Thanks for the run down on this years outing at MPCC. You did a masterful job of putting the info together. I see where my friend and fellow golfer from my former Red Hill CC days won his flight . I envy him. Sure hated to miss the fun. I am looking forward to the meeting in Palm Springs next year. I hope I am able to join you. Thanks again. I appreciate yur efforts on my behalf. Sincerely, Bob Crwford

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