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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 13, 2003
For Arlene Zamora, the third time was the charm, as she won the third annual Ladies Publinx championship with a 4-over-par 75 at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. The Havre de Grace resident had been a one-stroke runner-up in each of the previous events sponsored and conducted by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation. Champion: Arlene Zamora 35-40-75. Runner-up: Katie Elliott 39-38-77 (defeated Shirley Williams, 37-40-77, on third extra hole). Low net: Tara Kramer 79-9-70 (defeated Megan Harrell, 82-12-70, second extra hole)
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June 9, 2005
Locally Free State Two-Man Team Championship At Cattail Creek Gross champions: Don Meyer and Robert Decker, 72. Net champions: Robert Chandler and Ed Navarre, 62. A flight: Low gross - Dick Milkulski and John Mantis, 72. Low net - Frank Weinstein and Tony Hughes, 64. B flight: Low gross - Lloyd Gilmore and Bill Binder, 78. Low net - Chuck Greisser and Don Sadler, 67. Pro basketball WNBA schedule Yesterday's results Seattle 76, Detroit 61 Phoenix 66,...
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August 23, 1992
Chartwell tourney's winners recognizedAnn Gillespie, Jean Dixon and Colette Mesich took two out of three categories in the "A", "C" and "E" flights, respectively, of Wednesday's Chartwell Golf and Country Club Regular Play Tournament.Gillespie scored a 77 and a 31 for lowest net and putts scores, respectively, in "A." Shirley McCoy was the top golfer in the low gross category of the A Flight, scoring a 90.Marilyn Fiertz netted a low gross score of 95 in "B" Flight play, as Marcy Specht and Cayo Hales registered a 77 and a 31 for low net and putts scores, respectively.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 13, 2003
For Arlene Zamora, the third time was the charm, as she won the third annual Ladies Publinx championship with a 4-over-par 75 at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday. The Havre de Grace resident had been a one-stroke runner-up in each of the previous events sponsored and conducted by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation. Champion: Arlene Zamora 35-40-75. Runner-up: Katie Elliott 39-38-77 (defeated Shirley Williams, 37-40-77, on third extra hole). Low net: Tara Kramer 79-9-70 (defeated Megan Harrell, 82-12-70, second extra hole)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 18, 1999
Shirley Williams birdied the last hole to put an exclamation point on a 1-over-par 72 as she won the women's publinx championship by five shots at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday.It marked the first time the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation had conducted this event, although a similar one had been held in the 1960s and early 1970s before being discontinued.Williams, a flight winner in the Maryland State women's championship last week, opened with a double bogey, but rolled in two front-nine birdies, then had three more on the back, polishing it off with a two-putt birdie at the 18th.
NEWS
October 29, 1991
Gary Carpenter, District V and county high school golf champ at Arundel, has accepted an invitation to join 220 other nationally ranked golfers in the 1991 Junior Golf Tour.The tour, which is presented by the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, is a fixed-field, seven-event national tour conducted between November 1991 and February 1992.The 16-year-old junior shot a par 75 at the regionals, conducted at Wakefield Valley Country Club, and a round of 72 during the countytournament at the Eisenhower Golf Course.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 18, 2002
Bunky Ferguson, 58, posted a 1-over-par 38-34 - 72 at Forest Park Golf Club, then had to wait while 14 players in the 50-54 age group fired and fell back, enabling him to record his first tournament victory in the eighth annual Seniors championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation yesterday. Ferguson, whose first-time experience last year brought him back, was 4-over through 14 holes, then suddenly came alive with birdies on three of the last four holes. The three key putts were part of his lowest round of the season.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | June 24, 1991
In still another variation for deciding golf championships, Jim Pelisek is the new stroke play titleholder at Sparrows Point Country Club.While winning the event for the second time, Pelisek posted a 54-hole total of 235, edging three opponents by a single stroke. The tournament format required contestants to play 27 holes on consecutive days. Sparrows Point is a 27-hole layout.Chris Capone, Steve Bozel and Tom Kline all closed with 236 totals. Only a putting collapse on the final green prevented a playoff.
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By George Taylor | July 5, 1992
Who will be next to have their golf green gassed?For the second time in a year, a Baltimore-area course has been forced to tear up its putting surfaces.Ironically, the diseased turf struck at Baltimore Country Club and Woodholme, regarded as two of the premier courses in the Middle Atlantic section. Baltimore CC's historic Five Farms course ordered fumigation of all 18 greens last fall. Woodholme will have its carpets redone, starting Aug. 2. They will be completed in April, 1993.According to Woodholme Superintendent Steve Potter, the change is from the Poa Annua strain of grass to a relatively new Penn Links grass.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | June 3, 1991
With his younger brother out of contention, winning the Stroke Play championship at Towson Golf and Country Club was a snap for H.T. Brown.Before Moose Brown joined the pro ranks earlier this season, the best H.T. could gain was runner-up honors. In fact, the last time they met, Moose edged H.T. 1-up in the club Match Play title test that went 38 holes.This time, however, with his brother now holding a pro job in York, Pa., H.T. breezed to an eight-stroke triumph, posting a 54-hole total of 219. For whatever satisfaction it gave H.T., his rounds of 75, 70 and 74 were even better than any winning effort in the past by Moose.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 18, 2002
Bunky Ferguson, 58, posted a 1-over-par 38-34 - 72 at Forest Park Golf Club, then had to wait while 14 players in the 50-54 age group fired and fell back, enabling him to record his first tournament victory in the eighth annual Seniors championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation yesterday. Ferguson, whose first-time experience last year brought him back, was 4-over through 14 holes, then suddenly came alive with birdies on three of the last four holes. The three key putts were part of his lowest round of the season.
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | August 21, 2001
WILKESBORO, N.C. - Lowe's Cos. said yesterday that quarterly profit rose 18 percent, more than expected, as the second-largest home-improvement chain added stores and boosted profit margins. Net income increased to $329.1 million, or 42 cents a share, from $279.6 million, or 36 cents, a year earlier. Lowe's said it was able to demand lower prices from suppliers. The company's clout with vendors is increasing as it moves into some of the largest U.S. cities, analysts said. Revenue in the second quarter that ended Aug. 3 rose 16 percent to $6.13 billion as Lowe's opened 21 stores.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 18, 1999
Shirley Williams birdied the last hole to put an exclamation point on a 1-over-par 72 as she won the women's publinx championship by five shots at Forest Park Golf Course yesterday.It marked the first time the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation had conducted this event, although a similar one had been held in the 1960s and early 1970s before being discontinued.Williams, a flight winner in the Maryland State women's championship last week, opened with a double bogey, but rolled in two front-nine birdies, then had three more on the back, polishing it off with a two-putt birdie at the 18th.
NEWS
August 23, 1992
Chartwell tourney's winners recognizedAnn Gillespie, Jean Dixon and Colette Mesich took two out of three categories in the "A", "C" and "E" flights, respectively, of Wednesday's Chartwell Golf and Country Club Regular Play Tournament.Gillespie scored a 77 and a 31 for lowest net and putts scores, respectively, in "A." Shirley McCoy was the top golfer in the low gross category of the A Flight, scoring a 90.Marilyn Fiertz netted a low gross score of 95 in "B" Flight play, as Marcy Specht and Cayo Hales registered a 77 and a 31 for low net and putts scores, respectively.
NEWS
By George Taylor | July 5, 1992
Who will be next to have their golf green gassed?For the second time in a year, a Baltimore-area course has been forced to tear up its putting surfaces.Ironically, the diseased turf struck at Baltimore Country Club and Woodholme, regarded as two of the premier courses in the Middle Atlantic section. Baltimore CC's historic Five Farms course ordered fumigation of all 18 greens last fall. Woodholme will have its carpets redone, starting Aug. 2. They will be completed in April, 1993.According to Woodholme Superintendent Steve Potter, the change is from the Poa Annua strain of grass to a relatively new Penn Links grass.
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,Staff Writer | March 28, 1992
Early yesterday afternoon, they stood in the lower box seats, looking up, surveying this latest addition to the new ballpark.The welcoming party included all the stadium planning luminaries: from the Maryland Stadium Authority, chairman Herbert J. Belgrad and executive director Bruce Hoffman; representing the Orioles, president Larry Lucchino and vice president Janet Marie Smith.The group had come together not to name the stadium or sign a ballpark lease. Yesterday's business was to inspect the new foul-ball net.The net finally was lifted to its guide wires yesterday, apparently ending a year of negotiation between the Orioles and the stadium authority concerning how high the net would be above the heads of fans sitting in the stadium's choicest box seats.
NEWS
By George Taylor | September 8, 1991
More than 30 teams competed in the sectional finals of the Oldsmobile Scramble tournament at Wakefield Valley.Two of the teams will advance to the national finals this fall at the Disney World course inOrlando, Fla.The five-man team from Clifton Park captured top honors in low gross, scoring 28-27--55. Actually, this total topped both low gross and low net scores, but the Clifton Park team chose to enter the low gross competition in Florida. Chestnut Ridge was awarded low net at Wakefield, scoring 56.Clifton's winning team included Joe Loito, Gary Matz, Eddie Matczuk, Dennis Lynn and Frank Pastore.
NEWS
By George Taylor | September 1, 1991
Wakefield Valley will be a focal point for golf's largest team competition Tuesday.On hand will be more than 30 five-man teams, contestants in the sectional finals of the national Oldsmobile Scramble Tournament.The field represents winning teams from courses throughout Maryland.The response is so large that a double "shotgun" start will beused. The first wave of teams will tee off at 8 a.m. The remaining teams start at 1:30 p.m.Each of the teams that qualified for Tuesday's play will include four amateurs and a professional.
NEWS
October 29, 1991
Gary Carpenter, District V and county high school golf champ at Arundel, has accepted an invitation to join 220 other nationally ranked golfers in the 1991 Junior Golf Tour.The tour, which is presented by the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, is a fixed-field, seven-event national tour conducted between November 1991 and February 1992.The 16-year-old junior shot a par 75 at the regionals, conducted at Wakefield Valley Country Club, and a round of 72 during the countytournament at the Eisenhower Golf Course.
NEWS
By George Taylor | September 8, 1991
More than 30 teams competed in the sectional finals of the Oldsmobile Scramble tournament at Wakefield Valley.Two of the teams will advance to the national finals this fall at the Disney World course inOrlando, Fla.The five-man team from Clifton Park captured top honors in low gross, scoring 28-27--55. Actually, this total topped both low gross and low net scores, but the Clifton Park team chose to enter the low gross competition in Florida. Chestnut Ridge was awarded low net at Wakefield, scoring 56.Clifton's winning team included Joe Loito, Gary Matz, Eddie Matczuk, Dennis Lynn and Frank Pastore.
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