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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2000
Suburban Club of Baltimore County in Pikesville is selling 6 acres along Slade Avenue to a Rockville developer who plans to build a luxury condominium and townhouse project. Sami Totah, president of Oxbridge Development, said his firm wants to build a gated community of 60 to 80 condominiums and townhouses that would be sold for $400,000 to $600,000 each. Totah said last week that one potential builder had bowed out of the project, but that he planned to talk with two others. He projected that construction would begin in about a year The project is the first to be announced in the Pikesville area since October, when the Baltimore County Council scuttled a zoning request that would have allowed construction of The Heights, a luxury high-rise project proposed for Park Heights Avenue, south of the Baltimore Beltway.
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2012
Former swimming coach Rick Curl turned himself in to Montgomery County police Thursday morning on a charge that he abused one of his students. Curl, 63, of Vienna, Va., founder of the suburban Washington Curl-Burke Swim Club, allegedly began to sexually abuse his victim when she was 13 in the early 1980s, police said. The sexual abuse progressed from inappropriate touching to a sexual relationship while the victim was age 15 to 18. Police said the abuse occurred throughout Montgomery County, including Curl's former residences in Rockville and Darnestown and the swimming facilities at the Georgetown Preparatory School in North Bethesda.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | September 23, 1995
Dave Cordish didn't have to think twice when Princeton coach Dave Benjamin asked if he had an idea where to stage a huge college tennis tournament.The Suburban Club in Baltimore, Cordish said. It has 19 well-kept clay courts.Suburban Club it is. The T. Rowe Price National Intercollegiate Clay Court Championships will begin an eight-day run tomorrow at Suburban in an event that will bring most of the country's best amateur players to Baltimore. It is college tennis' first grand slam event of the school year.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | June 11, 2003
Defending champion Andrea Kraus of Woodholme Country Club saw a 3-up margin shrink to one early in the back nine, then won three successive holes for a 4-and-3 victory over medalist Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC member, in the final of the 71st Metropolitan championship of the Women's Golf Association at the Suburban Club. The win gave Kraus a record 11th title in the event since 1978, and eclipsed the 10 won by Evelyn Glick between 1946 and 1966.
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1999
Rebuffed by Pikesville residents who didn't want a new crime lab in their neighborhood, Maryland State Police have pinpointed another Pikesville site behind a subway station.The state's Office of Real Estate is seeking appraisals on a 10-acre property west of Reisterstown Road and bordered by Dreher Avenue and Milford Mill Road. The site, known as the Phillips property, is about 10 blocks from the current crime lab and two blocks from the site state police had hoped to buy for the facility.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | June 11, 2003
Defending champion Andrea Kraus of Woodholme Country Club saw a 3-up margin shrink to one early in the back nine, then won three successive holes for a 4-and-3 victory over medalist Natalie McNicholas, Baltimore CC member, in the final of the 71st Metropolitan championship of the Women's Golf Association at the Suburban Club. The win gave Kraus a record 11th title in the event since 1978, and eclipsed the 10 won by Evelyn Glick between 1946 and 1966.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1997
No one keeps records, so Gil Schuerholz and Mike Castrilli have no idea how many matches they've played. Maybe a dozen, Schuerholz says. Maybe two dozen, Castrilli says."
SPORTS
September 3, 1998
Name: Mark HelffrichClub: The Suburban ClubAge: 42Born: Clovis, N.M.Years a professional: 19Years at present club: 10Career highlights: He has enjoyed playing competitive golf all over the world. The son of a steel corporation executive, he lived overseas from age 2 until returning to this country to attend college (U. of North Carolina), where his golf foes included Wake Forest's Curtis Strange, Scott Hoch and Gary Hallberg. As a teen-age amateur, he played most of the open tournaments in Europe, and as a professional, he played a number of events on the South American, South African and Asian tours.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 12, 1999
Sharon Pusin, even through four holes, played the next eight in 1-under par, winning seven, for a 7-and-6 conquest of Shirley Keeney in the championship match of the Women's Metropolitan tournament at the Suburban Club yesterday.It was the first Metro final for both, although Pusin, a former Middle Atlantic Women's Amateur champion and the reigning Maryland State Women's Senior titlist, had been a medalist.Pusin started slowly, halving those first four holes with three bogeys and a par, but at the par-5, uphill fifth, she knocked her third shot 3 feet for birdie.
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By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | September 14, 1990
The U.S. Golf Association's slope system for handicapping is struggling for popularity.In Maryland alone, the state association is in its second year of rating courses and the job is far from complete. Jack Emich, executive director of the MSGA, claims that even with as many as 60 volunteers assisting, Bob Bonnell, chairman of the course rating committee, is involved in an overwhelming task.While MSGA tournaments require contestants to submit handicaps showing index tabulations under the slope system, only a percentage comply.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | December 18, 2000
Suburban Club of Baltimore County in Pikesville is selling 6 acres along Slade Avenue to a Rockville developer who plans to build a luxury condominium and townhouse project. Sami Totah, president of Oxbridge Development, said his firm wants to build a gated community of 60 to 80 condominiums and townhouses that would be sold for $400,000 to $600,000 each. Totah said last week that one potential builder had bowed out of the project, but that he planned to talk with two others. He projected that construction would begin in about a year The project is the first to be announced in the Pikesville area since October, when the Baltimore County Council scuttled a zoning request that would have allowed construction of The Heights, a luxury high-rise project proposed for Park Heights Avenue, south of the Baltimore Beltway.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 19, 1999
STERLING, Va. -- Mark Evenson used a valuable lesson learned last month as the focal point for what turned out to be a course-record 35-32--67, and a one-stroke triumph in the annual Middle Atlantic PGA championship at the Lowes Island Club yesterday.Evenson, 32, an assistant professional at Baltimore's Suburban Club, knew he was tied for the lead playing the final hole. He was just trying to get his 30-foot uphill putt close, when it fell in for a birdie.The 7-under-par round wrapped up a 54-hole total of 72-68-67--207 and a check for $8,400 from the record $56,000 purse.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 1999
Wayne DeFrancesco recorded a course-record, 6-under-par 66 yesterday to finish with a 36-hole total of 135 and win the annual Assistants championship of the Middle Atlantic PGA by four strokes at Queenstown Harbor Golf Links.For DeFrancesco, teaching professional at Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville, it was his first section Assistants crown, although he is a previous winner of the Northern Chapter title.Danny Lee of the Oakwood Golf Center (70-69), Jack Skilling of Four Streams CC (71-68)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 12, 1999
Sharon Pusin, even through four holes, played the next eight in 1-under par, winning seven, for a 7-and-6 conquest of Shirley Keeney in the championship match of the Women's Metropolitan tournament at the Suburban Club yesterday.It was the first Metro final for both, although Pusin, a former Middle Atlantic Women's Amateur champion and the reigning Maryland State Women's Senior titlist, had been a medalist.Pusin started slowly, halving those first four holes with three bogeys and a par, but at the par-5, uphill fifth, she knocked her third shot 3 feet for birdie.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1999
Rebuffed by Pikesville residents who didn't want a new crime lab in their neighborhood, Maryland State Police have pinpointed another Pikesville site behind a subway station.The state's Office of Real Estate is seeking appraisals on a 10-acre property west of Reisterstown Road and bordered by Dreher Avenue and Milford Mill Road. The site, known as the Phillips property, is about 10 blocks from the current crime lab and two blocks from the site state police had hoped to buy for the facility.
SPORTS
September 3, 1998
Name: Mark HelffrichClub: The Suburban ClubAge: 42Born: Clovis, N.M.Years a professional: 19Years at present club: 10Career highlights: He has enjoyed playing competitive golf all over the world. The son of a steel corporation executive, he lived overseas from age 2 until returning to this country to attend college (U. of North Carolina), where his golf foes included Wake Forest's Curtis Strange, Scott Hoch and Gary Hallberg. As a teen-age amateur, he played most of the open tournaments in Europe, and as a professional, he played a number of events on the South American, South African and Asian tours.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 28, 1999
Wayne DeFrancesco recorded a course-record, 6-under-par 66 yesterday to finish with a 36-hole total of 135 and win the annual Assistants championship of the Middle Atlantic PGA by four strokes at Queenstown Harbor Golf Links.For DeFrancesco, teaching professional at Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville, it was his first section Assistants crown, although he is a previous winner of the Northern Chapter title.Danny Lee of the Oakwood Golf Center (70-69), Jack Skilling of Four Streams CC (71-68)
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
Steve Cramer, an assistant professional at the Country Club of Woodmore, shot the last 10 holes in 3-under par to finish 37-3370 at the Suburban Club yesterday and lead the way in a qualifying round for the Open championship of the Maryland State Golf Association.Joey Chuasiriporn from Hunt Valley Golf Club paced the companion qualifying for the Maryland State Amateur championship with 36-3672.With 30 places and ties available for the Amateur, it took a score of 79 to advance, while there were 34 places and ties for the Open, with a cutoff score of 77. Professional Parker Parsons from Green Spring got up and down at the 18th hole for 78 to make it an even 34, and lop off five who were at 79.The Amateur will be June 12-15 at Columbia CC in Chevy Chase, and the Open will be July 14-16 at Fountain Head CC in Hagerstown.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1997
No one keeps records, so Gil Schuerholz and Mike Castrilli have no idea how many matches they've played. Maybe a dozen, Schuerholz says. Maybe two dozen, Castrilli says."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
Steve Cramer, an assistant professional at the Country Club of Woodmore, shot the last 10 holes in 3-under par to finish 37-3370 at the Suburban Club yesterday and lead the way in a qualifying round for the Open championship of the Maryland State Golf Association.Joey Chuasiriporn from Hunt Valley Golf Club paced the companion qualifying for the Maryland State Amateur championship with 36-3672.With 30 places and ties available for the Amateur, it took a score of 79 to advance, while there were 34 places and ties for the Open, with a cutoff score of 77. Professional Parker Parsons from Green Spring got up and down at the 18th hole for 78 to make it an even 34, and lop off five who were at 79.The Amateur will be June 12-15 at Columbia CC in Chevy Chase, and the Open will be July 14-16 at Fountain Head CC in Hagerstown.
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