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May 11, 1996 | By Mayer Brandschain, FOR THE INQUIRER
After an absence of 26 years, the Gulph Mills Golf Club first team returned to the Philadelphia Cup for the 1997 inter-club series of the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia by winning its Challenge Round match yesterday. Gulph Mills toppled the Philadelphia Country Club first team from the cup contest, 4-3, at the Whitemarsh Valley Country Club. As a result, Philadelphia Country Club will play in the Second Cup next year.
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May 1, 1993 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Philadelphia Country Club and Riverton Country Club remained undefeated and tied for first place in the Philadelphia Cup Championship after yesterday's second round of the 97th annual interclub team series of the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia. Huntingdon Valley Country Club lost for the first time and fell into a tie for third. Huntingdon Valley fell to host Riverton, 4-3. Philadelphia amateur champion Dottie Porter, Maryann Hajduk, Joanne Hendrickson and Carol Ehlinger won for Riverton.
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May 2, 1992 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Unbeaten Merion assured itself of at least a first-place tie for the Philadelphia Cup championship by gaining its fourth straight victory yesterday, 7-0, over Philadelphia Country Club in the 96th Inter-club Team series of the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia.
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July 18, 1993 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Chet Walsh of Philadelphia Country Club yesterday won the 72d annual Old York Road Country Club Invitational Golf Tournament with a 2-over-par 144 for 36 holes. Walsh, also winner of the tournament three years ago, followed a 1-under 70 Friday with a 74.
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August 16, 1996 | By Mayer Brandschain, FOR THE INQUIRER
Richard Umani of Sakima Country Club won the Middle Amateur (30-and-over) Championship of the Golf Association of Philadelphia with a 3-under-par 69 yesterday at the Spring-Ford Country Club. Umani finished 1 stroke ahead of Chet Walsh of Philadelphia Country Club. Loraine Connolly of Merion Golf Club and Bonnie George of Philmont Country Club finished in a first place tie at 76 in the 57th annual Vanderbeck Cup women's golf tournament yesterday at the Philadelphia Country Club.
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May 9, 1991 | By Mayer Brandschain, Special to The Inquirer
Bill Walsh of the Philadelphia Country Club and Andy Andreola of the Riverton Country Club finished in a tie for first place with 80s in the season's opening tournament of the Philadelphia Seniors' Golf Association yesterday at the LuLu Country Club. Ray McHugh of Torresdale-Frankford Country Club won the net prize in the handicap section with a 65. A field of 108 participated in the tournament.
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June 17, 1993 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Chris Lange of Overbrook Golf Club and Tom Shallow of Philadelphia Country Club each won two matches yesterday and will meet in the final round of the 97th Philadelphia Amateur Golf Championship. They will play for the title in a 36-hole match Sunday at Philadelphia Country Club. Lange, winner of the championship in 1984, started with a surprising 8-and- 7 quarterfinal triumph over Mike Forgash of Merion, a Duke graduate who was the 1974 Philadelphia junior champion and the 1975 Pennsylvania junior champion.
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May 27, 1992 | By Mayer Brandschain, SPECIAL TO THE INQUIRER
Kerry Rutan of Philadelphia Country Club and Margaret Young of Merion Golf Club were on teams that tied for first place with best-ball-of-partners' scores of 65 in the pre-Griscom Cup intercity women's golf matches yesterday at Salem (Mass.) Country Club. Rutan and Young teamed with players they will oppose today when Philadelphia plays Boston and New York for the Griscom Cup.
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October 8, 1999 | By Doug Hadden, FOR THE INQUIRER
Cedarbrook Country Club's Dave Roberts won the individual pro event with an even-par 71 in a field of 31 players at the Philadelphia PGA's Main Line Kiwanis Club Invitational at St. Davids yesterday. Jason Calhoun of Philadelphia Country Club led his pro-am foursome, including amateurs Ash Ahluwalia, George Luciani and John Kirk, to victory with a two-best-ball score of 22-under 55-65-120.
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June 15, 2016 | By Paul Schwedelson, STAFF WRITER
Patrick Ross pushed back his professional career just to play this week at Merion Golf Club. He plans on turning pro next week at the Vermont Open. If he became a professional this week, he wouldn't be able to play in the 116th BMW Philadelphia Amateur Championship. And the Temple graduate, who had the lowest score in Monday's qualifying round among 134 golfers, understands the history of the tournament at this venue. "I waited for this because obviously, Merion, you've got to play this," Ross said.
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June 14, 2016 | By Joe Juliano, STAFF WRITER
As a member at Merion Golf Club and the president of the Golf Association of Philadelphia, Robert Morey believed it would be an excellent idea to have the Philadelphia Amateur, the preeminent competition of the GAP season, contested at his home club. He wrote a letter to Merion's board to express the association's interest, and was delighted when the board approved the proposal immediately. When he relayed the decision to GAP officials, they all checked the history books to see when the championship was last contested at Merion, and were amazed at what they discovered.
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July 6, 2015 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
LANCASTER - Though United States Golf Association executive director Mike Davis is himself a Central Pennsylvanian, the USGA and bucolic Lancaster appear to make for an odd coupling. The USGA, after all, is the blue-blazered embodiment of an elite Eastern establishment that has championed and ruled golf since the game crossed the Atlantic in the 19th century. Lancaster, meanwhile, brings to mind buggies, bacon gravy, and barley. But while that juxtaposition of old money and fresh manure figures to lend this week's 2015 U.S. Women's Open a unique flavor - and, possibly, scent - the Lancaster Country Club course where it will be contested would fit in easily on the Main Line or in the tony suburbs of Boston and New York.
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March 19, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
James W. Finegan, 85, of Villanova, an advertising executive, golf authority, and author of books about the world's best links, died Friday, March 13, at home of complications from a fall several years ago. Widely regarded as the foremost authority on golfing in the United Kingdom and also as a careful chronicler of golf in the Philadelphia area, Mr. Finegan was the "go-to guy" for any arcane point about the sport's past. "He was probably the greatest Philadelphia golf historian ever," said Peter Trenham, a fellow golf historian and friend.
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July 1, 2014 | By Lydia O'Neal, Inquirer Staff Writer
Alex L. Pronzato, 73, of Philadelphia, the founder and former president of the construction firm Pronzato & Associates Inc., died Monday, June 16, of cardiac complications at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Del. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Pronzato attended North Catholic High School before graduating from Pennsylvania State University, and Temple University. He also served in the Marine Corps. "Alex was a man's man, known for his rugged good looks, undeniable charm and a trademark engaging smile," his family said in a tribute.
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December 21, 2013 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Known as a kind and gentle man, William T. Walsh had to be tough to help manage a household with 15 children, which is how he became known to family and friends as "Sarge. " "My father served time in the Navy, but the name comes from my brother Andrew, who goes by 'Bucky,' " Paul "Chet" Walsh said Thursday. "Bucky was quite the character, but he always kind of found a way to a soft spot in my father. "To keep 15 kids in line, obviously you had to be strict and a disciplinarian. Bucky used to kid him that he was like a sergeant in the Army barking out orders at us. So he became Sarge, and everybody knew that, even his nurse at the nursing home.
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November 20, 2012 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Rolling Green Golf Club had been waiting for its turn in the national spotlight after restoration work brought back many of the characteristics of the William S. Flynn design when the course opened in 1926. It has to wait no longer. The U.S. Golf Association announced Monday that the course in Springfield, Delaware County, will host the 2016 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship. Rolling Green hosted its only other USGA championship in 1976, when JoAnne Carner defeated Sandra Palmer in an 18-hole playoff to win the U.S. Women's Open.
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August 11, 2012 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brandon Matthews figured he wouldn't be taking his golf clubs out of the trunk when he arrived Friday at Philadelphia Country Club for the final round of the Patterson Cup and saw more water than grass on the golf course. "I went over at about 10 o'clock and it was pouring rain," Matthews said. "As soon as I pulled in, I saw a river on the ninth green, and I figured the chances were slim that we'd be playing. " Officials of the Golf Association of Philadelphia, who had suspended play shortly after 9 a.m., canceled the final round of its stroke-play major championship after about a two-hour wait and declared Matthews, an incoming freshman at Temple, the winner following his scintillating 65 on Thursday.
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July 10, 2007 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
One by one, the contestants in the qualifying round of the Philadelphia Women's Championship filed by the scoreboard yesterday and let out a yell or some other exclamation when their eyes landed on Alexandra Frazier's score. On a hot, sweltering day when scores in the 80s and 90s were the norm at Philadelphia Country Club, Frazier's 5-under-par 69 stood out like a glacier. "I'm still in shock myself," Frazier, of Gulph Mills Golf Club, said hours after finishing. "I've only done it twice before, and this is my best score ever against par. " Frazier carded six birdies and a lone bogey on the course, which plays at par 74 for women, to get off to an auspicious start in the 110th championship for the best amateurs in the Women's Golf Association of Philadelphia.
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July 20, 2006 | By Joe Logan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
At 40, Dave Quinn, one of the top club pros in the area, says he can hear his golf clock ticking. Win now, he tells himself, while you still can. Quinn, director of golf at the Links Golf Club in Marlton, Burlington County, did just that yesterday, surviving a playoff against Mike Ladden, an assistant pro at Philadelphia Country Club, to win one of the most prestigious local tournaments, the 102d Philadelphia Open at Llanerch Country Club in...
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