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September 15, 2013

KELLEY: Congratulations to club champions

Cardwell survives first stage of LPGA Q-school.

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Overall net: Bill Deafenbaugh, 138

Senior gross: Mike Pantaleo, 159

Senior net: Deafenbaugh,138

Super senior gross: Pantaleo, 159

Super senior net: Deafenbaugh, 138

Women’s gross: Sally Masariu, 173

Women’s net: Dana Osburn, 139

Women’s senior gross: Masariu, 173

Women’s senior net: Osburn, 139

COUNTRY CLUB

Championship gross: Tennis Guyer, 140

Championship net: Guyer and Ryan Newell, 128

Senior gross: Guyer, 140

Senior net: Guyer, 128

Super senior gross: Jerry Jackson and Joe Klein, 148

Super senior net: Klein, 134

Women’s gross: Ellen Hart, 165

Women’s net: Deb Foland, 142

WILDCAT CREEK

Championship gross: John Hodson, 151

Championship net: Mark Waldron, 141

Open gross: Floyd Russell, 170

Open net; Mohajit Gill, 142

Senior gross: Bob Elkins, 154

Senior net: Lynn Hufford, 140

Super senior gross: Ron Swan and Jeff Rudolph, 159

Super senior net: Hufford, 140

Women’s gross: Julie Wagner, 83

Women’s net: Shirley Hamilton, 66

Women’s senior gross: Jo Hufford and Hamilton, 87

Women’s senior net: Hamilton, 66

cardwell in q-school

Former Kokomo and Iowa Hawkeye golfer Kristi Cardwell advanced through the first stage of the LPGA Tour Qualifying School several weeks ago at the Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif. The top 100 players from this first stage advanced to the second stage.

Cardwell stood in 90th place after her first three rounds, but came through in the clutch with a two-under-par round of 70 to make it all the way up to a tie for 35th. Her previous rounds were 74, 76 and 73. Other notable participants were Cheyenne Woods and Madison Pressel. Woods, the daughter of Tiger Woods’ half-brother, finished the stage in second place with a nine-under-par score of 279. Pressel, the younger sister of LPGA Tour player Morgan Pressel, also made it to the second stage. She finished in a tie for 58th place.

Stage two of Q-school will be played Oct. 8-11 at the Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Fla. The final stage will be contested over five rounds Dec. 4-8 in Daytona Beach. Top finishers in the final stage will earn 2014 LPGA membership and all others who make the cut will receive Symetra Tour status.

Good luck Kristi!

Until next time, have more fun playing more golf!

Jon Kelley is an active golfer and local golf historian who contributes columns to the Tribune. He may be reached by email at jon_kelley@comcast.net.

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