7 former champions and 3 Colorado Golf Hall of Famers scheduled to tee it up at 10th CGA Super-Senior Amateur
By Gary Baines – 8/6/2021
The CGA Super-Senior Amateur, which caters to the eldest of Colorado’s top amateur golfers, will be held for the 10th time next week, which, ironically, makes the championship one of the young’uns on the association’s schedule.
The 36-hole event, scheduled for Monday and Tuesday at Ute Creek Golf Course in Longmont, is limited to players 65 and older, with a masters division for those over 70.
Sixty-four competitors are scheduled to tee it up next week, including every former champion except the 2012 winner, Jerry Kidney. That includes David Nelson (the 2020 champ), Robert Polk (2015 and ’19), Sean Forey (2018), Gary Albrecht (2017), Colorado Golf Hall of Famer Kent Moore (2016), Kary Kaltenbacher (2014) and Robert Cloud (2013).
Moore, who won the CGA Super-Senior Match Play at Flatirons Golf Course in Boulder this summer, will attempt to sweep the 2021 CGA super-senior championships. He will be joined in the field by two other Colorado Golf Hall of Famers, Mark Crabtree and John Olive.
Among others entered are 2021 U.S. Senior Amateur qualifiers Robin Bradbury and Jim Reynolds; Harry Johnson, who swept the CGA senior majors in 2013; and former U.S. Senator Mark Udall.
For Monday’s pairings, CLICK HERE.