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By JOHN W. STEWART and JOHN W. STEWART,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
The bag tag says it all -- a combination of past and present.The plastic identification card highlights a 1995 Baltimore Country Club Invitation tournament on one side and identifies the tournament's past champions on the other.Never heard of the Baltimore CC Invitation? Not surprising, unless you remember some of those golden years of amateur golf before World War II. The tournaments attracted much more attention than their professional counterparts and a fledgling tour.In the Middle Atlantic area alone, there was one practically every weekend.
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By Sports Digest | July 4, 2011
Et cetera Sagamore Farm filly wins Belmont's Matron Millionreasonswhy, a 2-year-old filly from Sagamore Farm, won the 104th running of the $150,000 Grade II Matron Stakes on Sunday at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. Under jockey John Velazquez and trained by Ignacio Correas IV , the 6-1 shot finished two lengths in front of Say a Novena while clocking six furlongs in 1minute, 12.68seconds. A $115,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase by Sagamore last year, Millionreasonswhy is by Grand Slam out of the listed stakes winner In Secure, by A.P. Indy.
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By John W. Stewart | April 22, 1996
Baltimore Country Club swept nine points at home in an 11 1/2 -6 1/2 victory over Prospect Bay, and won the Baltimore-area championship of the 68th annual team matches of the Maryland State Golf Association yesterday.Defending champion Columbia CC, which got six points each at home and away, stopped Crofton CC, 12-6, in the Washington area final, and will be the host team for the state final Saturday.At Prospect Bay, Baltimore CC pro Brian Morrison-Mike McShane got a half-point on the front nine, and Pat O'Malley-Pat Brady piled up an early lead in winning two points.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | July 3, 2011
Chris Baloga of Hillendale Country Club won his second Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship with a second straight 67 and a 54-hole total of 7-under-par 206 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course. A 16th-hole birdie was the difference, as the 2009 titlist edged three-time winner Billy Wingerd of Mountain Branch Golf Club, who was in the lead for much of the last round -- shooting a 67 -- and finished at 207. Vance Welch of University of Maryland GC and Brad Miller of Baltimore CC tied for third at 213.
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By Mike Miller, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2010
When the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship returns to Baltimore Country Club in 2011, the tournament could bring a few promotions from its one-year stop in the Washington suburbs. This year's tournament at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm offered complimentary admission and a free concert by rock band Better Than Ezra, while charitable efforts helped generate $400,000 in donations. Tournament officials balanced the free admission with the help of corporations willing to sponsor individual rounds.
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By John W. Stewart | November 11, 1990
The old order is changing at Baltimore Country Club.Brian Morrison, director of golf at Westchester Country Club in Harrison, N.Y., has been named head professional of the 36-hole Five Farms complex to succeed Dennis Satyshur, who has accepted a position as head professional at the new Caves Valley club.Morrison, 38, will begin his duties Jan. 1.The search was conducted at the highest level. More than 100 letters were written asking for references, and through referrals, the selection committee, chaired by Paul Obrecht, found some of the most qualified candidates, locally as well as nationally.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 14, 1997
Baltimore Country Club and the Country Club of Maryland used commanding margins at home to roll into the Baltimore area championship of the Maryland State Golf Association team matches yesterday.Baltimore CC, defending area champion, swept Prospect Bay CC, 9-0, at Five Farms in a 15-3 triumph. The CC of Maryland nearly duplicated the feat, finishing with an 8 1/2 - 1/2 edge in Towson while defeating Maryland Golf & CC, 12 1/2 -5 1/2 .In Washington, Columbia CC defeated Lakewood CC, 12 1/2 -5 1/2 , and Congressional CC defeated Argyle CC, 14-4.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 20, 1998
Baltimore Country Club and Columbia CC set up a third successive meeting for the overall championship of the Maryland State team matches yesterday. Baltimore CC defeated Caroline CC, 12 1/2 -5 1/2 , and Columbia beat Beaver Creek CC, 11-7.At Baltimore CC, the home team got 7 1/2 points, including a 3-0 sweep by host pro Tony Pancake and Mike McShane. They were 3-up on the front nine and 1-up on the back against pro Bob Rementer and Ryan Yost.At Denton, Baltimore's Scott Hargest-Mike Reitz yielded their first point (actually half point)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 28, 2002
HAGERSTOWN - Karen Jones eagled the 18th hole at Fountain Head Country Club to help deliver a 4-under-par round and seal the championship of the annual Maryland State Two-Woman Team event yesterday. The veteran Argyle Country Club pairing of Jones, a former Maryland State Women's Amateur titlist, and Carol Davies shot a 69 to win by two strokes. Baltimoreans claimed the next three spots, with Sally Casey and Carroll Knott, from Baltimore CC, at 71; Andrea Kraus, Woodholme CC, and Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC, at -72; and Sandy Scitti and Janice Misey at 73.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 4, 2001
Skip and Ryan Tendall, from Congressional Country Club, the last entry in the 74-team field, stood first after completion of the annual Maryland State Father-Son tournament at Hillendale CC yesterday. The Tendalls finished 35-35-70, to win by two shots over Steve-Steven Colnitis, Baltimore CC, 36-36-72, in the selected drive-alternate shot format. The Tendalls, whose previous best finish in the event had been a tie for sixth in 1997, combined for three birdies, one bogey over the 6,750-yard course in northern Baltimore County.
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By Mike Miller, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2010
When the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship returns to Baltimore Country Club in 2011, the tournament could bring a few promotions from its one-year stop in the Washington suburbs. This year's tournament at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm offered complimentary admission and a free concert by rock band Better Than Ezra, while charitable efforts helped generate $400,000 in donations. Tournament officials balanced the free admission with the help of corporations willing to sponsor individual rounds.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN REPORTER | October 1, 2007
In studying the original designs of legendary golf architect A.W. Tillinghast, Keith Foster knew restoring Baltimore Country Club's East Course to its intended look would not be as difficult as some of the jobs he had undertaken at other classic venues. The first time Foster saw the Timonium course, he didn't want to leave. He walked it three times in one day. "I was in a trance the whole day," Foster recalled recently. "Unlike a lot of classic courses, there weren't a lot of things that had been done to the course.
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By BILL FREE | October 4, 2005
Calendar World Golf Championships-American Express Championship Site -- San Francisco Schedule -- Thursday-Sunday Course -- Harding Park Golf Course ( 7,086 yards, par 70) Purse -- $7,500,000. Winner's share: $1,300,000 TV -- ESPN (Thursday-Friday, 2-6 p.m.); ABC (Saturday, 4:30-7 p.m.; Sunday, 1:30-6 p.m.) Format -- Four-day stroke play ensures that top 50 players compete entire week Field -- Presidents Cup hero Chris DiMarco, three-time winner Tiger Woods, past champions Ernie Els and Mike Weir, Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh and Sergio Garcia Last year -- Els shot a 10-under-par 270 to edge runner-up Thomas Bjorn by one stroke in rainy and blustery conditions in Kilkenny, Ireland.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2003
It took a while, but Andrea Kraus used two late birdies to turn back a determined bid by Brooke Rottman, and captured the annual Women's Golf Association championship at Baltimore Country Club yesterday. The triumph gave the Woodholme CC member a sweep of the organization's top three titles this year. In winning the event for the third time, Kraus finished with a share of the day's low round, an 81 over the East Course, and a 36-hole total of 157. Rottman, also a Woodholme member, was the runner-up, 74-85-159.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 3, 2003
Andrea Kraus continued her recent domination of the annual Greiner Cup when she made a successful defense of last year's golf triumph yesterday at Caves Valley Golf Club, beating a select 31-player field for the sixth time in the last 12 years in an event limited to champions and conducted by the Women's Golf Association. Kraus, from Pikesville and Woodholme Country Club, returned a 2-over-par 36-37-73 to edge playing companion Natalie McNicholas, who has moved to Oklahoma, but still plays out of Baltimore CC, 36-38-74.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 28, 2002
HAGERSTOWN - Karen Jones eagled the 18th hole at Fountain Head Country Club to help deliver a 4-under-par round and seal the championship of the annual Maryland State Two-Woman Team event yesterday. The veteran Argyle Country Club pairing of Jones, a former Maryland State Women's Amateur titlist, and Carol Davies shot a 69 to win by two strokes. Baltimoreans claimed the next three spots, with Sally Casey and Carroll Knott, from Baltimore CC, at 71; Andrea Kraus, Woodholme CC, and Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC, at -72; and Sandy Scitti and Janice Misey at 73.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 3, 2003
Andrea Kraus continued her recent domination of the annual Greiner Cup when she made a successful defense of last year's golf triumph yesterday at Caves Valley Golf Club, beating a select 31-player field for the sixth time in the last 12 years in an event limited to champions and conducted by the Women's Golf Association. Kraus, from Pikesville and Woodholme Country Club, returned a 2-over-par 36-37-73 to edge playing companion Natalie McNicholas, who has moved to Oklahoma, but still plays out of Baltimore CC, 36-38-74.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Staff Writer | July 27, 1992
Bob Kaestner did not want to come up short for the third time this year.After finishing second in the Maryland State Golf Association Amateur Championships and in the Maryland Stroke Play Amateurs, Kaestner entered the 38th Annual Baltimore City Amateur Golf Championship at Sparrows Point CC with one thing in mind."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 22, 2002
Will Shriver bolted out of the middle of the pack with a 1-under-par 71, and his two-day total of 146 made the 17-year-old the youngest champion in the 48-year history of the Baltimore City Amateur Invitation tournament at Sparrows Point Country Club yesterday. Shriver, who earned his ticket with a Green Spring club championship two years ago, recorded five birdies and four bogeys over the demanding 6,886-yard, par-72 course. A three-birdie run late on the back nine separated him from the elite field.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 31, 2001
CUMBERLAND - Two-time champion Jane Fitzgerald, from Kensington, played her last 10 holes in 1-under en route to a 2-over 73 and the first-round lead in the annual Middle Atlantic Golf Association's Women's Amateur championship at Cumberland Country Club yesterday. Natalie McNicholas, from Baltimore CC, was a stroke back with 38-36-74, followed by Deborah Williams, Congressional CC, 39-37-76. They were the only ones in a 36-player field to break 80 over the 5,603-yard, par-71 layout. Fitzgerald started slowly, with bogeys at three of her first eight holes, before settling down.
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