The low round of the final day and a playoff lifted Colby Harwell to victory at the Carlton Woods Invitational, while Doug Pool won the senior division in another playoff.
Results from the 22nd Women's Trans Senior Four-Ball Championship, held April 23-25 at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Ariz:
Doug Pool defended his title by winning the Senior division of the Golfweek Senior Amateur by a stroke at PGA West, while Ted Smith won the Super Senior division and Robert Wernick won the Legends.
Ted Smith from Wilkinson, Ind., took advantage of perfect scoring conditions in Round 2 of the Golfweek Senior Amateur and put up a 2-under 70 at PGA West’s Nicklaus Tournament Course.
Doug Pool and Jeff Burda entered the Golfweek Senior Amateur at PGA West as the hottest players in the field. After the first round, they control the top of the leaderboard at the famed Stadium Course.
There are many amateur golfers who have compelling stories to tell. Do you know of a “Local Legend”?
Scottish golf has lost a true legend with the death of Charlie Green, who has died of cancer at age 80. Green arguably was the best amateur ever to come out of the Home of Golf.
Bill Zylstra is nearly flawless so far in 2013. By winning the Golfweek Senior National Championship victory on Friday, the 61-year-old has claimed his third ranked senior amateur event this year.
Richard Pfeil of Naples, Fla., and Bill Zylstra of Ocklawaha, Fla., are tied atop the Golfweek Senior National Championship leaderboard entering the final round at Mission Inn’s Las Colinas course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
Not much keeps Bill Zylstra down. The 61-year-old recently had a small tumor removed from his back, but his golf game never took a hit. Zylstra shot a 5-under 67 in Wednesday’s first round of the Golfweek Senior Amateur.
A look at the 2013 senior amateur golf schedule, including tournaments that have yet to determine a date or course.
It comes as little surprise that the bulk of the top storylines in 2012 were produced by the top four players in the Golfweek/Wilson Senior Amateur Rankings, including the likes of Paul Simson and Chip Lutz.
Robert Parmar finished four shots clear of the next closest pursuer on Dec. 3 to win the Golfweek Senior Tour Championship. Parmar, of Fairhope, Ala., closed with 2-under 70 at Grand Cypress Golf Club in Orlando, Fla., and finished 54 holes at 1-under 215.
Johnny Owens, who won more than 100 amateur golf tournaments and was co-founder of the Society of Seniors, died Oct. 7 in Lexington, Ky. He was 85.
Paul Simson of Raleigh, N.C., playing with unwavering precision, won his second USGA Senior Amateur title Thursday with a 4-and-3 victory over Curtis Skinner of Lake Bluff, Ill.
The defending USGA Senior Amateur champion went down in flames Wednesday, putting like a man with Crooked Aim Disease and losing in the quarterfinal round of match play.
Paul Simson has played in 55 USGA championships during his long career, but few rounds have been as satisfying as the one he experienced Wednesday afternoon in the semifinal round of the USGA Senior Amateur.
When former pro Stan Lee won the USGA Senior Amateur in 2007, it signaled a start to the trend of reinstated amateurs winning the event.
The one they call "Harry," Gerardo Ramirez, took down medalist Jim Holtgrieve, the U.S. Walker Cup captain, on Tuesday at the USGA Senior Amateur.
Chip Lutz, widely considered the world's top senior amateur, lost to Jim Knoll in the first round of match play at the USGA Senior Amateur.