11th NCGA Super Senior Championship | Los Altos GCC | October 12-13, 2020
The Super Senior Championship was created to give golfers 65 and older their own championship. The first championship was held in 2010 with Gene Ackerman winning the inaugural event, firing a 36-hole score of 147 at Merced GCC. The championship is a 400-point event for the Senior Player of the Year race. Dennis Younglove set the single round championship record in 2014, shooting a 5-under 67 at Valley Hi CC. 2016 winner Chuck Richesin set the 36-hole scoring record of 139.
ENTRIES CLOSE: September 20, 2020
ENTRY FEE: $150. Field limited to first 96 players.
ELIGIBILITY: Players must have reached their 65th birthday on or before October 12, 2020 and have a numeric handicap index on their club’s master report of 9.4 or less on the date of registration.
FORMAT: 36 holes stroke play (18 holes per day).
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|2010||Gene Ackerman at Merced GCC||72-75–147|
|2011||James Myers at Fort Washington GCC||76-72–148|
|2012||Rob Thompson at Valley Hi CC||74-70–144|
|2013||Ron Johnson at Valley Hi CC||74-73–147|
|2014||Herb Jensen at Valley Hi CC||74-70–144|
|2015||Gary Vanier at Valley Hi CC||71-70–141|
|2016||Chuck Richesin at Valley Hi CC||71-68–139|
|2017||Gary Vanier at San Luis Obispo CC||70-73–143|
|2018||Jeff Burda at San Luis Obispo CC||71-69–140|
|2019||Frank Pieper at Merced G&CC||68-72–140|