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Golf MSGA At Fairlawn CC, Poland GROSS FLIGHT 1: Reese McFarlane 64, John Hayes 68, Ricky Jones 68, James Frost 68, Keith Patterson 70. NET 1: Alex McFarlane 65, Kyle Shangraw 65, Tom Cyr 67, Phil Barter 67. GROSS Flight 2; Mike J White 78, Mike Cleary 79, Kevin Nickerson 80, Mike Harnden 81, Scott Jones 81.

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BING NEWS:
  • Local golf results
    November 9-10 MSGA results: INDIVIDUAL GROSS : James Anderson 70, Matt Mueller 73, Joe Ernst 75, Bob Libby 75, Nate Roop 75, INDIVIDUAL NET: Austin Brackett 64, Guy Labrecque 64, Scott Jones 67, Matt ...
    11/22/2018 - 4:10 pm | View Link
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