Feb. 8-9, 2014
Kristopher Server shot 143 (75-68) to earn medalist honors and the No.2 seed as open qualifying for the annual San Francisco City Golf Men’s Championship got underway this past weekend at Lincoln Park and the Presidio Golf Course.
Finishing a stroke behind Server at 144 (76-68) was 2013 Junior Tour of Northern California Player of the Year Justin Suh. Two strokes back at 145 (73-72) was Pleasanton resident Ryan Knop. The No.1 seed will be defending champion William Brueckner.
Others moving on included former S.F. City champions Stephen Sparolini (147) and Randy Haag (153) and recent amateurgolf.com Wine Country Cup champ Jonathan De Los Reyes (157).
Overall, 66 players advanced on to the match play portion of the championship. The stroke play qualifying cut line came at 159.
Former San Francisco Giants first baseman J.T. Snow, who was entered under his real name Jack, had to withdraw.
This weekend’s (Feb. 15-16) S.F. City Golf Championship action will consist of Men’s Open qualifying at Lincoln Park and Senior, Women’s and Super Senior qualifying at Presidio GC. The championship runs each weekend through March 9.
First played in 1917, the S.F. City Golf Championship is the oldest municipal tournament in the U.S.