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By John W. Stewart | July 22, 2003
Corrie Tayman, from Congressional Country Club, shot a 78 to win the qualifying medal in the 82nd annual Maryland State Women's Amateur championship yesterday at Maryland Golf & CC in Bel Air. In leading the 48-player field, Tayman, 23, had three birdies in her round of 39-39 over a 5,970-yard course playing to a women's par of 38-37. This was her second medal in three years. Three-time champion Mallory Crosland, from the Chevy Chase Club, was one back at 79, where she was joined by Stacy Kress, Woodholme CC; Arlene Zamora, Chesapeake Bay CC; and Michelle Grilli, Chestnut Ridge CC. Defending champion Jessica Lewis, Columbia CC, was an automatic qualifier, and it took a playoff at 84 to get the 16th and final spot in the championship flight.
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By John W. Stewart | July 22, 2003
Corrie Tayman, from Congressional Country Club, shot a 78 to win the qualifying medal in the 82nd annual Maryland State Women's Amateur championship yesterday at Maryland Golf & CC in Bel Air. In leading the 48-player field, Tayman, 23, had three birdies in her round of 39-39 over a 5,970-yard course playing to a women's par of 38-37. This was her second medal in three years. Three-time champion Mallory Crosland, from the Chevy Chase Club, was one back at 79, where she was joined by Stacy Kress, Woodholme CC; Arlene Zamora, Chesapeake Bay CC; and Michelle Grilli, Chestnut Ridge CC. Defending champion Jessica Lewis, Columbia CC, was an automatic qualifier, and it took a playoff at 84 to get the 16th and final spot in the championship flight.
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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 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 John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | August 2, 1994
Area players Tim Dilli, Tim Walko and Jay Stosz were among the six golfers to advance yesterday in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Amateur championship at Woodholme Country Club.Dilli, a one-time Maryland State Amateur finalist from Hunt Valley Golf Club, shot 71-75146; Walko, also from Hunt Valley, 77-71148, and Stosz, from Hobbit's Glen Golf Club, who has been a solid competitor in area tournaments, 77-72149.Joey Maxon, from Dover, Del., was the medalist with 73-72145, and was joined by former Maryland Amateur Stroke Play titlist Bill Stout, from Washington Golf & CC, 71-78149; and one-time Middle Atlantic Amateur champion David Oakley, Westwood CC, 78-71149.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 13, 1995
Dennis Winters, an assistant professional at the University of Maryland Golf Course, had six birdies and two bogeys in posting a closing-round 68, good for a two-round total of 137, and a three-stroke lead on the field in the annual Middle Atlantic PGA/Molson Tournament of Champions at Old South Country Club yesterday.Frank Ferguson of Washington Golf & CC, took second with 70-70140, followed by defending champion Wayne DeFrancesco, Woodholme CC, 69-73142. Billy King of Roanoke, Va., was top senior.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 8, 2001
Jennifer Thompson of Chestnut Ridge Country Club and Natalie McNicholas of Baltimore CC opened with 73s to share the first-round lead in the annual Women's Golf Association championship at Sparrows Point CC yesterday. Connie Pifer, the defending champion from Sparrows Point, followed at 75 in the 47-player field. The tournament will end with another 18-hole round this morning. The leaders: Jennifer Thompson, Chestnut Ridge CC, 73; Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC, 73; Connie Pifer, Sparrows Point CC, 75; Andrea Kraus, Woodholme CC, 77; Amy Pappas, Sparrows Point CC, 78; Janice Misey, Sparrows Point CC, 78; Bonnie Fry, Maryland Golf, 79. Chartwell Classic: Baltimore's Brett Keller and Severna Park's Eric Florenz and Kelly Lynch won their respective divisions at Chartwell Golf & CC (Severna Park)
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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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August 20, 1995
Jenny Chuasiriporn of Timonium and Hunt Valley Golf Club made her final Junior golf appearance a smashing success.As a member of the East Squad that defeated a West team, 27-23, in the annual Canon Cup competition at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn., she won four matches to be one of four players (two from each of the 20-player squads of the top Juniors in the nation) to go undefeated.Two of the wins were especially meaningful, coming against Grace Park, a nemesis in recent years. Chuasiriporn, 18, and about to start her freshman year at Duke, teamed with Cristie Kerr to defeat Park and Jody Niemann in foursomes, 3 and 1, and she and Ryuji Imada defeated Park and Darren Angel, 7 and 5.* Maryland Golf & CC swept three points in the final pairing to defeat Turf Valley, 5-4, and win the Baltimore Inter-Club championship at CC at Woodmore.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 15, 1994
WILMINGTON, Del. -- Meg Mallon will be bidding for her seventh tour title and second LPGA Championship when the 40th annual event concludes today at the Du Pont Country Club.Mallon opened with par rounds of 71-71 and such was the ebb and flow of players around her that she went from a tie for 10th, three strokes behind the first-round leaders, to a tie for fourth, two shots back.Yesterday, she used a 2-under-par 69 -- there were only three lower scores -- to jump into a share of the lead with Laura Davies.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 8, 2001
Jennifer Thompson of Chestnut Ridge Country Club and Natalie McNicholas of Baltimore CC opened with 73s to share the first-round lead in the annual Women's Golf Association championship at Sparrows Point CC yesterday. Connie Pifer, the defending champion from Sparrows Point, followed at 75 in the 47-player field. The tournament will end with another 18-hole round this morning. The leaders: Jennifer Thompson, Chestnut Ridge CC, 73; Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC, 73; Connie Pifer, Sparrows Point CC, 75; Andrea Kraus, Woodholme CC, 77; Amy Pappas, Sparrows Point CC, 78; Janice Misey, Sparrows Point CC, 78; Bonnie Fry, Maryland Golf, 79. Chartwell Classic: Baltimore's Brett Keller and Severna Park's Eric Florenz and Kelly Lynch won their respective divisions at Chartwell Golf & CC (Severna Park)
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 11, 1999
Mount Pleasant Golf Course defeated Maryland Golf & Country Club, 8-1, to capture the Baltimore Junior Interclub championship at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club yesterday. The final matched teams had won their respective conference titles last week.B.J. Muth-Kaitlyn Johnston won the front nine from Chris Baloga-Billy Wingerd for Maryland Golf's only point. The Mount Pleasant side came back to fashion a better-ball of 5 under par in taking the back nine and the match. Jamie Green-Mike Henson and James Chagetas-Tom Dyer accounted for the rest of the Mount's points with 3-0 sweeps.
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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 | October 13, 1995
Dennis Winters, an assistant professional at the University of Maryland Golf Course, had six birdies and two bogeys in posting a closing-round 68, good for a two-round total of 137, and a three-stroke lead on the field in the annual Middle Atlantic PGA/Molson Tournament of Champions at Old South Country Club yesterday.Frank Ferguson of Washington Golf & CC, took second with 70-70140, followed by defending champion Wayne DeFrancesco, Woodholme CC, 69-73142. Billy King of Roanoke, Va., was top senior.
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August 20, 1995
Jenny Chuasiriporn of Timonium and Hunt Valley Golf Club made her final Junior golf appearance a smashing success.As a member of the East Squad that defeated a West team, 27-23, in the annual Canon Cup competition at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn., she won four matches to be one of four players (two from each of the 20-player squads of the top Juniors in the nation) to go undefeated.Two of the wins were especially meaningful, coming against Grace Park, a nemesis in recent years. Chuasiriporn, 18, and about to start her freshman year at Duke, teamed with Cristie Kerr to defeat Park and Jody Niemann in foursomes, 3 and 1, and she and Ryuji Imada defeated Park and Darren Angel, 7 and 5.* Maryland Golf & CC swept three points in the final pairing to defeat Turf Valley, 5-4, and win the Baltimore Inter-Club championship at CC at Woodmore.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | August 2, 1994
Area players Tim Dilli, Tim Walko and Jay Stosz were among the six golfers to advance yesterday in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Amateur championship at Woodholme Country Club.Dilli, a one-time Maryland State Amateur finalist from Hunt Valley Golf Club, shot 71-75146; Walko, also from Hunt Valley, 77-71148, and Stosz, from Hobbit's Glen Golf Club, who has been a solid competitor in area tournaments, 77-72149.Joey Maxon, from Dover, Del., was the medalist with 73-72145, and was joined by former Maryland Amateur Stroke Play titlist Bill Stout, from Washington Golf & CC, 71-78149; and one-time Middle Atlantic Amateur champion David Oakley, Westwood CC, 78-71149.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 11, 1999
Mount Pleasant Golf Course defeated Maryland Golf & Country Club, 8-1, to capture the Baltimore Junior Interclub championship at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club yesterday. The final matched teams had won their respective conference titles last week.B.J. Muth-Kaitlyn Johnston won the front nine from Chris Baloga-Billy Wingerd for Maryland Golf's only point. The Mount Pleasant side came back to fashion a better-ball of 5 under par in taking the back nine and the match. Jamie Green-Mike Henson and James Chagetas-Tom Dyer accounted for the rest of the Mount's points with 3-0 sweeps.
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By John W. Stewart | October 21, 1990
A seemingly incredible set of circumstances reunited Andy Gibson, golf professional emeritus at the Country Club of Maryland, with a long-ago memory the other day.Several months ago, a friend of mine attended a stamp show, saw an old postcard with a picture of Scotland's St. Andrews Golf Club, and presented it to me as a gift.The picture was interesting, the scene easily identifiable, and I turned it over looking for a date. The postmark was 1948, but it was the rest of the card that brought a whoop of surprise.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 15, 1994
WILMINGTON, Del. -- Meg Mallon will be bidding for her seventh tour title and second LPGA Championship when the 40th annual event concludes today at the Du Pont Country Club.Mallon opened with par rounds of 71-71 and such was the ebb and flow of players around her that she went from a tie for 10th, three strokes behind the first-round leaders, to a tie for fourth, two shots back.Yesterday, she used a 2-under-par 69 -- there were only three lower scores -- to jump into a share of the lead with Laura Davies.
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By JOHN STEWART | August 4, 1991
The coincidence was too good to ignore.During last weekend's Baltimore City Amateur Invitation tournament, the silver championship bowl, with all the champions' names engraved, was on display.A discussion among several officials, whose local golfing roots go back more than 30 years, centered on the fact that one of the former champions had made the cut in the Senior Open and was playing at Oakland Hills even as they talked.Dick Goerlich won the City Amateur title in 1963 and left Baltimore in 1965, reason enough for him to be surprised when a curious caller reached him at his home in Tampa, Fla.In last weekend's Senior Open at Oakland Hills CC in Birmingham, Mich.
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