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Miller, Bauley grab city amateur titles

Judy Miller and Craig Bauley were the winners of the Tucson City Amateur women’s and senior golf titles.

Miller’s 36-hole 4-over-par 148 won the women’s event by 10 strokes against Kelly Loeb. Nicole Tucker (161) was in third at Randolph North.

Bauley shot a 1-over 145 to defeat Russell Hatfield by five strokes to win the Tucson Senior Amateur, also at Randolph. Cyrus Whitney was third at 151.

First-flight Women’s gross honors went Nicole Gentry at 162 followed by Michelle Safely (185). Donna Patek (150) was the low net winner with Heidi Sasselli (159) second.

In Seniors play, Bob Petrillo (151) won first-flight low gross followed by Craig Nass (154) and Mike Steffey (157). Cyril Shettleroe (137) won first-flight low net and Clay Steffey (140) was second.

In seniors second-flight play, Paul Norris (157) was the winner with Pat Dar (154) second and and John Philpot (170) third. In low gross play, Yasuo Toyota (139) was the winner and Rico Sasselli (143) was second.


Doug Edwards, 161-yard No. 3 at Santa Rita Golf Club, 5-iron. Witness: Rita Edwards.

Rick Hunter, 85-yard No. 9 at Haven, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Bill Ellis, Charles Gales II, Red Mee.

Lan Lester, 175-yard No. 12 at Silverbell, 5-iron. Witnesses: Tricia Wahbe, Daryle Jenseon.

John M. Davis, 166-yard No. 2 at Fred Enke, 13-wood. Witnesses: Peter Bourque, Frank Van Ardoy, Bob Davis.

Henning Borchert, 147-yard No. 7 at Haven, 7-iron. Witnesses: Tom Schnell, W.H. Hydee, H.W. Agor.

Bruce Gogowski, 117-yard No. 13 at El Rio, 9-iron. Witnesses: Dan Diggins, Steve Claneal.

Barney Lanning, 158-yard No. 11 at Dell Urich, PING Finebird. Witnesses: Marc Pearlman, Ron Richelieu, Marilyn Stoutenberg.

Louis Cifaldi, 127-yard No. 7 at Haven, driver. Witness: Dale Plante.

Dale L. Clark, 166-yard No. 12 at Fred Enke, 5-wood. Witness: Rich Stockton.

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