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Qualifier to be held Monday

Tucson’s best golfers will compete Monday in the U.S. Open Regional Qualifier at Tucson Country Club.

The cast includes the Nationwide Tour’s Rich Barcelo, Tucson Golf School’s Glen Griffith, local amateur kingpin David McDaniel and the Gateway Tour’s Brian Prouty.

The 18-hole tournament will send qualifiers to sectional play, the last step for the U.S. Open, June 18-21 at Farmingdale, N.Y.

The Gateway Tour’s Ben Kern will compete in the Queen Creek Regional on June 18 at the Ecanterra Club.

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Youth Golf Club

Four levels of play will highlight the Southwest Section PGA Youth Golf Club program.

The eight-week program, for kids 14 and under, contains group instruction with skills testing and on-course supervised play.

Call 480-443-9002 or go to www.southwestpga.com for information and sessions schedule.

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Blake Cannon, 214-yard No. 16 at Silverbell, 7-iron. Witnesses: Michelle Cannon, Dale Kelly.

Charlie Wolff, 157-yard No. 12 at Rio Rico, 9-iron. Witnesses: Dale LaVal, Ted Pedersen, John Mahoney, Dave Dobson, Jim Marquis, Bob Bruce.

Ev Pantrell, 103-yard No. 13 at El Rio, 9-iron. Witnesses: Bill Kennedy, James Fleck, Jerry Kinnee.

John Kling, 178-yard No. 9 at Silverbell, 5-iron. Witnesses: Tom Roper, Bill Gordon.

Bill Thobe, 120-yard No. 6 at Randolph North, gap wedge. Witnesses: Jerry Apadaca, Mark Piper, Al Kovarik.

David Stoner, 135-yard No. 16 at del Lago, 8-iron. Witnesses: Robert Fry, Charles P. Laefer, Carl Roberson.

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Upcoming local golf

Pueblo Warriors Football 2009 Golf Classic – Dell Urich Golf Course, June 27, 7 a.m. Shotgun start. Cost: $75. For more information, call 444-1924.

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