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July 18: Flight 1: 1st Chuck Culver, Tom Sweeney, Earl Buchanan 32, 2nd Lee Figliuolo, Bob Malone, Jan Marsh 29, 3rd Bob Wolfe, Jim Robinson, Jack Hinsch, Mike O’Brien 27. Closest to pin: Walt McRae and Jim Robinson, No. 5; Bob Aiken and Tom Sweeney, No. 8; Tom Richards and Tom Sweeney, No. 14; Bob Malone and Jose Moctezuma, No. 17.
July 20: Low putts. Flight 1: (Tie) Rae Ann Schumacher and Terry Gibson 15, (tie) Karen Varriale and Janice Peterson 16. Flight B: Harriet Trad 14, Ann Beach 15, (tie) Marie Sposa and Mary Page Slovak 16. Flight C: (Tie) Kay MacCalla, Patti Malecki, Pat Alekson and Myra Oliver 19. Closest to pin: Carol Keeler, No. 10.
July 20: Select best nine. White Flight: Harry Davis 71-33, Al Parker 89-34. Orange Flight 1: Alan Chirgwin 90-34m/c, Harry Leipold 90-34, George Cook 88-34. Orange Flight 2: Eugene Dunn 90-29, Ray Kappel 101-32, Al Costello 95-34. Gold Flight: John Clark 95-35. Closest to pin: Michael Mann, No. 9; David Ragsdale, No. 11; Paul Libutaque, No. 14.
July 22: 1st Dave McClintock, Sue Gronwoldt, Alan and Joan Chirgwin 53.4, 2nd Frank and Marie Mento, Jerry and Joanne Edwards 56.4, 3rd George and Pat Cook, Pete and Carolyn Nicolin 57.2. Closest to pin: Einie Stine, No. 5; Ernie Cantley, No. 9; Al Chirgwin, No. 11; Joanne Edwards, No. 14.
July 18: Stableford. Green Flight 1: Larry Guidi 40, Larry McElhinney 35m/c, George Pollio 35m/c. Flight 2: Walt Schaaf 39, Jack Ataide 38m/c, Joseph Golan 38m/c. Flight 3: Don Toupin 37, David Bothwell 35, Joseph Librizzi 30. White Flight 1: Dick Moffitt 39m/c, Chet Amodio 39m/c, Sal Rapisarda 39m/c. Flight 2: Al Amara 41, Ron Mowatt 37m/c, Bill Tuohey 37m/c. Flight 3: Antonio Raval 36, Pete Kuchinsky 35, Bill Ilavsky 32. Closest to pin: Chuck Modica, No. 2; David Bothwell, No. 8; Joseph Librizzi, No. 11; John Czajkowski, No. 17.
July 19: OSEN. Flight 1: (Tie) Barbara Bergquist and Ginny Nicewonger 37.5 (Hall of Famer). Flight 2: Karen Gillis 32.5, Pat Cook 36. Flight 3: Joanne Antonelli 36.5, Toni Loretti 39.5. Birdies: Barbara Bergquist, Nos. 12 and 15; Linda Mahran, No. 10; Karen Gillis, No. 12.
July 19: Stableford points. White Flight 1: Ed McLeavey 82-39, Al Parker 80-36. White Flight 2: Joe Pellegrino 90-35m/c, Al Costello 96-35. Orange Flight 1: Bob Sieling 81-42, Gordon Patrick 81-41, Celso Samaniego 92-33. Orange Flight 2: Jere Dorney 94-42, Gene Dunn 96-40, Harvey Lydecker 90-40. Gold Flight: Russ Brown 93-37. Closest to the pin: Ed McLeavey, No. 5; Joe Pellegrino, No. 9; Harvey Lydecker, No. 11; Gordon Patrick, No. 14.
— Jock MacKenzie
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