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By JOHN STEWART | June 2, 1991
Webb Heintzelman and Jeff Maggert are 200 miles, two gol tournaments and light-years apart this weekend.Bethesda resident Heintzelman, 29, a two-year veteran of the PGA Tour, was in the western Pennsylvania town of Midway, competing in the $200,000 Quicksilver Open, richest of the 30 events on the Ben Hogan Tour. Heintzelman missed the cut by three strokes, shooting 73-76149.Maggert, 27, the leading money-winner on the Hogan Tour last year, is in Potomac as an exempt member of the PGA Tour, competing in his first Kemper Open.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 30, 2000
Two Howard County restaurants - one in Ellicott City and the other in Columbia - were fined for breaking county drinking laws. Steve Heintzelman, operator of Sonoma's Pub in Owen Brown Village Center, was ordered to pay $275 Wednesday for allowing a 20-year-old woman to be served alcoholic beverages Nov. 14. Heintzelman told the county's Alcoholic Beverage Hearing Board that the bartender who sold the alcohol without asking for identification no longer...
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By From Staff Reports | August 26, 1993
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Skeeter Heath put up a closing round of par-72, and held off charges by Larry Ringer and Webb Heintzelman to win the Ping/Middle Atlantic PGA championship at Two Rivers Country Club yesterday.Heath, last year's MAPGA Assistants champion from Williamsburg, started the day with a two-stroke lead on Heintzelman, from Glenn Dale GC, and four on Ringer and Jack Skilling. Heath finished 68-67-72207, followed by two-time champion Ringer, head pro at the CC of Woodmore, 70-69-69208, and Heintzelman, 70-67-71208.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 16, 1999
Sonoma's Bar & Grille opened in 1997 as a high-end Columbia restaurant with an elaborate menu, long wine list, martini bar and cigars for sale.Owners Steve Heintzelman and Jerry Seidel discovered that the atmosphere wasn't right for Columbia."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 20, 1993
RISING SUN -- The brother entry of Webb and Wade Heintzelman from Glenn Dale Golf Club meshed for 32-32--64, and won the 36th annual Pro-Am championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at Chantilly Manor Country Club yesterday.The winners, 7-under par for the 6,519-yard, par 36-35 Cecil County course, had a one-stroke margin on the host pairing of assistant professional Mike Versuk and Arnie Calvert, 33-32--65. The event drew 74 teams.The Heintzelmans dove-tailed nicely, with Wade making four birdies and Webb three.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 15, 1993
At the end, Glen Barrett pointed to one shot that was the difference in his one-stroke victory in the 73rd annual Maryland Open championship at Crofton Country Club yesterday.Clutching a one-stroke lead over close friend and Glenn Dale Golf Club shop associate Webb Heintzelman, Barrett hit a 170-yard 6-iron shot from a terrible lie in a fairway bunker and the ball wound up 35 feet below the cup in a deep swale.The ensuing multi-breaking putt fell into the cup for a birdie-3, and a two-shot margin.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 30, 2000
Two Howard County restaurants - one in Ellicott City and the other in Columbia - were fined for breaking county drinking laws. Steve Heintzelman, operator of Sonoma's Pub in Owen Brown Village Center, was ordered to pay $275 Wednesday for allowing a 20-year-old woman to be served alcoholic beverages Nov. 14. Heintzelman told the county's Alcoholic Beverage Hearing Board that the bartender who sold the alcohol without asking for identification no longer...
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By Dan Morse and Dan Morse,SUN STAFF | July 11, 1997
Bucking a trend that has large, chain restaurants popping up on the edge of Columbia, a local restaurateur this week opened Sonoma's Bar & Grill in the middle of one of the planned community's older neighborhoods.Steve Heintzelman said he and his business partner spent more than $100,000 renovating an old bookstore in the 20-year-old Owen Brown Village Center. Sonoma's will serve lunch and dinner seven days a week."It's one step below white table cloths and one step above casual dining," Heintzelman said Wednesday, his second day in operation.
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By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
Bucking Columbia's trend toward chain restaurants, two independently owned eating places -- Sonoma's Bar and Grille and Columbia Crab House and Raw Bar -- have opened in Owen Brown village in the past few months.Sonoma's, which serves seafood, salads and Southwestern-style dishes, opened in the village center about three weeks ago and had its grand opening Friday, said Steve Heintzelman, owner and operator.The 15-employee restaurant is in the space formerly occupied by Cover to Cover bookstore and cafe that was renovated during the past several months, Heintzelman said.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Sun Staff Writer | July 17, 1995
Digital Express Group, a company that until March made its headquarters above a Chinese restaurant in Greenbelt, is getting ready to crack open its fortune cookie.The Beltsville-based Internet access provider, born with four phone lines in founder Doug Humphrey's basement four years ago, is growing at a pace that rivals the expansion of the Internet itself.Started as a regional connection to the international network of computer networks, Digital Express' reach now extends from New York to Washington.
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By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1997
Bucking Columbia's trend toward chain restaurants, two independently owned eating places -- Sonoma's Bar and Grille and Columbia Crab House and Raw Bar -- have opened in Owen Brown village in the past few months.Sonoma's, which serves seafood, salads and Southwestern-style dishes, opened in the village center about three weeks ago and had its grand opening Friday, said Steve Heintzelman, owner and operator.The 15-employee restaurant is in the space formerly occupied by Cover to Cover bookstore and cafe that was renovated during the past several months, Heintzelman said.
NEWS
By Dan Morse and Dan Morse,SUN STAFF | July 11, 1997
Bucking a trend that has large, chain restaurants popping up on the edge of Columbia, a local restaurateur this week opened Sonoma's Bar & Grill in the middle of one of the planned community's older neighborhoods.Steve Heintzelman said he and his business partner spent more than $100,000 renovating an old bookstore in the 20-year-old Owen Brown Village Center. Sonoma's will serve lunch and dinner seven days a week."It's one step below white table cloths and one step above casual dining," Heintzelman said Wednesday, his second day in operation.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Sun Staff Writer | July 17, 1995
Digital Express Group, a company that until March made its headquarters above a Chinese restaurant in Greenbelt, is getting ready to crack open its fortune cookie.The Beltsville-based Internet access provider, born with four phone lines in founder Doug Humphrey's basement four years ago, is growing at a pace that rivals the expansion of the Internet itself.Started as a regional connection to the international network of computer networks, Digital Express' reach now extends from New York to Washington.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | August 26, 1993
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Skeeter Heath put up a closing round of par-72, and held off charges by Larry Ringer and Webb Heintzelman to win the Ping/Middle Atlantic PGA championship at Two Rivers Country Club yesterday.Heath, last year's MAPGA Assistants champion from Williamsburg, started the day with a two-stroke lead on Heintzelman, from Glenn Dale GC, and four on Ringer and Jack Skilling. Heath finished 68-67-72207, followed by two-time champion Ringer, head pro at the CC of Woodmore, 70-69-69208, and Heintzelman, 70-67-71208.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 20, 1993
RISING SUN -- The brother entry of Webb and Wade Heintzelman from Glenn Dale Golf Club meshed for 32-32--64, and won the 36th annual Pro-Am championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at Chantilly Manor Country Club yesterday.The winners, 7-under par for the 6,519-yard, par 36-35 Cecil County course, had a one-stroke margin on the host pairing of assistant professional Mike Versuk and Arnie Calvert, 33-32--65. The event drew 74 teams.The Heintzelmans dove-tailed nicely, with Wade making four birdies and Webb three.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 15, 1993
At the end, Glen Barrett pointed to one shot that was the difference in his one-stroke victory in the 73rd annual Maryland Open championship at Crofton Country Club yesterday.Clutching a one-stroke lead over close friend and Glenn Dale Golf Club shop associate Webb Heintzelman, Barrett hit a 170-yard 6-iron shot from a terrible lie in a fairway bunker and the ball wound up 35 feet below the cup in a deep swale.The ensuing multi-breaking putt fell into the cup for a birdie-3, and a two-shot margin.
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 16, 1999
Sonoma's Bar & Grille opened in 1997 as a high-end Columbia restaurant with an elaborate menu, long wine list, martini bar and cigars for sale.Owners Steve Heintzelman and Jerry Seidel discovered that the atmosphere wasn't right for Columbia."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 14, 1993
Glen Barrett, head professional at Glenn Dale Golf Club, knocked three strokes off par in his final three holes and vaulted into the lead after two rounds of the 73rd annual Maryland Open tournament at Crofton Country Club yesterday.The 3-under-par 69 left him at 140, three strokes ahead of his closest pursuer heading into this morning's final round. Webb Heintzelman had the day's low round, a 68, and moved into second at 143.Amateur Del Ponchock, the defending champion, and Buddy Sass each shot 70 and were at 144, followed by first-day leader John McNaney, 145.With the field cut to the low 40 and ties, 49 players at 153 will play today, with starting times between 7:30 and 10:34 a.m.Barrett called his round the opposite of his opening 71 when he reached nine greens in regulation and got up-and-down from all over.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 14, 1993
Glen Barrett, head professional at Glenn Dale Golf Club, knocked three strokes off par in his final three holes and vaulted into the lead after two rounds of the 73rd annual Maryland Open tournament at Crofton Country Club yesterday.The 3-under-par 69 left him at 140, three strokes ahead of his closest pursuer heading into this morning's final round. Webb Heintzelman had the day's low round, a 68, and moved into second at 143.Amateur Del Ponchock, the defending champion, and Buddy Sass each shot 70 and were at 144, followed by first-day leader John McNaney, 145.With the field cut to the low 40 and ties, 49 players at 153 will play today, with starting times between 7:30 and 10:34 a.m.Barrett called his round the opposite of his opening 71 when he reached nine greens in regulation and got up-and-down from all over.
SPORTS
By JOHN STEWART | June 2, 1991
Webb Heintzelman and Jeff Maggert are 200 miles, two gol tournaments and light-years apart this weekend.Bethesda resident Heintzelman, 29, a two-year veteran of the PGA Tour, was in the western Pennsylvania town of Midway, competing in the $200,000 Quicksilver Open, richest of the 30 events on the Ben Hogan Tour. Heintzelman missed the cut by three strokes, shooting 73-76149.Maggert, 27, the leading money-winner on the Hogan Tour last year, is in Potomac as an exempt member of the PGA Tour, competing in his first Kemper Open.
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