Four birdies on front put Dilli, Hargest in lead at Five Farms


October 26, 2003|By John W. Stewart

Tim Dilli and Scott Hargest took a one-stroke lead after combining to shoot a 5-under-par 65 in the first round of the annual Five Farms Invitational at Baltimore Country Club yeterday.

Larry Storck and Moose Brown had a 66, and Mitch Wyatt and Ron Vanelli a 68 as only three of the 22 teams broke par 70 for the 6,844-yard East Course.

BCC members Dilli and Hargest each had two birdies on the front nine, Hargest holed a 100-yard shot for an eagle at the 603-yard 14th, and Dilli birdied the 15th as the team got to 7-under. The pair's lead narrowed considerably, however, after a bogey-bogey finish. Both players missed the green at the par-3 17th, and both three-putted the 18th.

The Hayfields CC entry of Brown, reigning Maryland State Mid-Am champion, and Storck, ended with eight birdies and totaled 27 putts, despite marring the effort with four bogeys. Wyatt, from Salisbury, and Vanelli, from Edison, N.J., were 4-under through eight holes, but could muster only one more birdie, at 17, to go with three bogeys.

The leaders: Tim Dilli-Scott Hargest 31-34-65; Larrty Storck-Moose Brown 31-35-66; Mitch Wyatt-Ron Vanelli 32-36-68; Tim Vigotsky-Greg Lannes 35-36-71; Jim Rosenfield-Sheldon Kalish 34-37-71; Jim Castagna-Mike Watson 36-35-71; Bob Rosenberger-Charles Palmer 36-36-72;Andy Pataki-Rick Sovero 37-35-72; Tim Landres-Lance Rice 37-35-72; Paul Steinhard-Brian Woods 37-36-73; Bryan Borda-Vance Welch 38-35-73; Joe Records-Eddie Lipski 35-39-74; David Bannister-Bill Curtis 36-38-74; Guy Phelan-Ray Daue 38-36-74; Greg Bremer-John Nunez 37-37-74.

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