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Round 4 - Wire to wire win for Rocco Mediate

May 30, 2016

Rocco Mediate holed out from a greenside bunker for birdie on the par-3 17th to wrap up a record-setting, wire-to-wire victory Sunday in the Senior PGA Championship.

Smoking cigars during the round, the 53-year-old Mediate closed with a 5-under 66 - holing a 15-footer for par on the last at Jack Nicklaus-designed Harbor Shores - for a three-stroke victory over two-time defending champion Colin Montgomerie.

''I didn't know I shot 66,'' Mediate said. ''I didn't know what the heck I shot today. ... A lot of great things happened today and I don't believe I'm sitting here. I really don't.''

The bunker shot on 18 was the highlight of the day at the major championship.

''That was sick,'' Mediate said. ''As soon as it left the club, I knew it had a chance. Obviously, I didn't know it was going to make it, of course not, but I had a feeling I might. That made a big difference. It made a huge difference. Because Monty was there for three. At least three. And if I make bogey there, and it goes to one shot going to the last hole, who knows what happens? Who knows? So it was very fortunate at that time.''

Mediate finished at 19-under 265 to break the tournament record of 268 set by Sam Snead in 1973 at PGA National. The six-time PGA Tour winner became the first wire-to-wire winner in the event since Nicklaus in 1991 at PGA National.

Mediate matched the course and tournament records with an opening 62 and added rounds of 66 and 71 to take a two-stroke lead over Montgomerie into the final round.

''I won with the putter this week. Simple as that,'' Mediate said. ''I made a bunch of par putts that I had to make. Especially today. Especially early.''

Mediate broke through with the PGA Tour Champions major victory nearly eight years after losing the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines to Tiger Woods on the first extra hole after an 18-hole playoff. He thought that experience helped him Sunday.

''Absolutely. A hundred percent,'' Mediate said. ''Because going in there, it's like I played some of the best golf I ever played in my life that day and lost. OK. To the best player in the world at that time.

But today I'm playing against pretty much the other best player in the world of our age. Bernhard (Langer), obviously, too, but Colin, I mean, he doesn't make a whole bunch of mistakes.''

Mediate won for the third time on the 50-and-over tour, with the first two coming in 2013.

Montgomerie shot a 67 - and matched Snead for the second-best total in tournament history.

''I did nothing wrong. Did nothing wrong,'' Montgomerie said. ''Went out and shot 67. All credit to Rocco. He shot 66. And you can't knock it.''

The 52-year-old Scot won in 2014 at Harbor Shores and last year at French Lick in Indiana. He also won the 2014 U.S. Senior Open.

''All credit to Rocco,'' Montgomerie said. ''But I can hold my head high here and say I made great performance, 16-under par, 67, level 67s around here in the wind isn't all bad. I just got to congratulate Rocco and go home and come back again and see if we can win this again.''

Langer tied for third at 13 under in a failed bid to become the first player to win all five PGA Tour Champions majors. The 58-year-old German won the Regions Tradition last week in Alabama for his sixth senior major title and 100th worldwide victory. In Alabama, Langer joined Nicklaus as the only players to win four different senior majors.

Langer birdied the final two holes for a 67.

''There was a lot of good in my round today and even in the whole week,'' Langer said. ''It's just too many unforced errors.''

Brandt Jobe also was 13 under after a 68.

John DalCorobbo tied for seventh at 11 under to top the club professionals, shooting a 71. The 51-year-old DalCorobbo is a PGA assistant professional at Brickyard Crossing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He won the Senior PGA Professional in October to top the club pro qualifiers.

Round 3 - Rocco Mediate holds on to lead

May 29, 2016

Rocco Mediate shot an even-par 71 in tricky wind conditions Saturday in the Senior PGA Championship to take a two-stroke lead over two-time defending champion Colin Montgomerie into the final round.

Four strokes ahead at a tournament-record 14 under entering the day, Mediate had three birdies and three bogeys - his first of the week - at Jack Nicklaus-designed Harbor Shores. He matched the course and tournament records with an opening 62 and had a 66 on Friday.

''I was ecstatic with today, believe it or not,'' Mediate said. ''I would love to have made a couple more putts, but so would everybody else in the field. But I was happy with the way I felt. I felt good.

''The club was flying today. I let it, just let it go, even more than first two days, believe it or not. I just didn't hole enough putts. ... But I was ecstatic with the shots I hit into some of these wind conditions. It's a good sign.''

At 14-under 199, the 53-year-old Mediate tied the tournament 54-hole record of set by Sam Snead in 1973 at PGA National and matched by Roger Chapman in 2012 at Harbor Shores. Mediate is attempting to become the first wire-to-wire winner in the event since Jack Nicklaus in 1991 at PGA National.

''I can't wait until tomorrow,'' Mediate said. ''Today, I wanted to see what I had and I had it. It wasn't bad. The golf course was hard today, I thought. Wind was cooking, it was just hard. This golf course is hard without any wind.''

Mediate won both of his PGA Tour Champions titles in 2013 after winning six times on the PGA Tour. In the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, he lost to Tiger Woods on the first extra hole after an 18-hole playoff.

''This is what you want to feel,'' Mediate said. ''I'm playing against one of the best we have. A lot of the best we have are just a little bit behind. So, it's not going to be easy and it's not supposed to be easy. It's going to be a tough day and it's going to be a fun day.''

Montgomerie had a 68 to reach 12 under.

''It was very difficult today,'' Montgomerie said. ''Club selection was extremely difficult on a course that demands good club selection or else you got out of position. I would have taken 68 at the start of the day. It was very windy and very difficult to judge the distances into the pins. So, I was delighted with 68. It's one of the better scores of the leading pack.

The 52-year-old Scot won the major championship in 2014 at Harbor Shores and last year at French Lick Resort in Indiana. He also won the 2014 U.S. Senior Open.

''You know how much this tournament championship means to me,'' Montgomerie said. ''Obviously, my first 72-hole stroke play win here in America and managed to repeat the feat last year. To come back here, I wanted to make a good showing of it. I really did. I wanted to come here and contend on Saturday night. And that's what I've done. So, I'm in a position where I can win.''

Club pro John DalCorobbo was third at 11 under after a 69. The 51-year-old DalCorobbo is a PGA assistant professional at Brickyard Crossing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He won the Senior PGA Professional in October to top the club pro qualifiers.

Tom Lehman, Kirk Triplett and Brandt Jobe were 10 under, all shooting 69.

''A little tougher conditions, I thought,'' Triplett said. ''Some good pins. A little bit more wind. It made you think. The greens are still receptive and guys can still make birdies. ... Twelve-, 13-under's not going to win it, you're going to have to get to 15, 16 to have a chance.''

Bernhard Langer had a 71 to drop into a tie for seventh at 9 under in his bid to become the first player to win all five PGA Tour Champions majors. The 58-year-old German won the Regions Tradition last week in Alabama for his sixth senior major title and 100th worldwide victory. In Alabama, Langer joined Nicklaus as the only players to win four different senior majors.

Round 2 - Rocco Mediate stretches lead to four

May 28, 2016

Rocco Mediate stretched his Senior PGA Championship lead to four strokes Friday at Harbor Shores, birdieing the final two holes for a 5-under 66.

''I haven't been here in a long time,'' Mediate said. ''I'm looking forward to trying to drive it in the first fairway and see what happens from there. That's all you can really do. ... They're going to be coming and it's going to be fun. It's going to be a lot of fun. It's nervy. It's cool.''

Mediate had a 14-under 128 total, four strokes better than the previous tournament record set by Sam Snead in 1973 and matched by Arnold Palmer in 1984 and Jack Nicklaus in 1991. The 53-year-old Mediate opened with a 62 on Thursday to tie the tournament and course records set by Kenny Perry in the 2012 final round on the Nicklaus-designed layout.

''I love it. This place, it's just evil. In a good way,'' said Mediate, bogey-free through 36 holes. ''It's just a great place. It really shows you the control you have. That's why Jack built these greens, I'm sure he said, 'Well, let's see how good these guys are?'''

On Friday, Mediate started play on the 10th tee and birdied the par-4 16th and 18th. He added birdies on the par-5 fifth, par-4 eighth and par-5 ninth, leaving an eagle putt an inch short on the last.

''I had some moments out there where it went a little south, but I covered up with the short game today,'' Mediate said. ''I made some ridiculously good putts to save, and I made a bunch of birdies again. I hit a bunch of good shots. Hit a few loose ones and I covered it up.''

Mediate has one-putted 22 of his 36 holes, finishing with 22 putts Thursday and 26 on Friday. He won both of his PGA Tour Champions victories in 2013 after winning six times on the PGA Tour.

Gene Sauers was second, closing with a bogey for a 69. The three-time PGA Tour winner has successfully fought a rare skin condition, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, to play the 50-and-over tour.

''This is a blast,'' Sauers said. ''Coming back from where I've been, when I got sick back in 2011, and didn't ever think I would play golf again and then coming back and playing with some of the best guys in the world. It's a pleasure to be here and I'm humbled to be able to play with all these guys again.

Bernhard Langer birdied three of his last four holes in a 64 to reach 9 under in his bid to become the first player to win all five PGA Tour Champions majors.

''I made more putts today and I hit my irons a little closer,'' Langer said. ''It's a little easier to make a 10-foot putt than a 20-foot putt. I played pretty well yesterday, just didn't get much going. I was a little bit flat. But today I got off to a nice start and continued to play really good golf.''

The 58-year-old German won the Regions Tradition last week in Alabama for his sixth senior major title and 100th worldwide victory. In Alabama, Langer joined Nicklaus as the only players to win four different senior majors. Nicklaus had largely retired when the Senior British Open was added to the major rotation. He only played that once in its first year as a major in 2003.

Mediate played alongside two-time defending champion Colin Montgomerie and Perry. Montgomerie had a 66 to join Langer in the third-place tie at 9 under. The Scot won in 2014 at Harbor Shores and last year at French Lick Resort in Indiana.

Perry had a 71 to drop eight strokes back at 6 under. He had the first double eagle in the history of the event, holing out with a 5-iron from 227 yards on the par-5 fifth hole. He eagled the hole Thursday.

''Straight down wind,'' Perry said. ''Hit the prettiest 5-iron, landed on the front of the green, and it just broke right in there like a putt. That's the first one I ever made. So it was pretty neat to make your first albatross at the Senior PGA.''

Club pro John DalCorobbo also was 9 under after a 68. DalCorobbo is a PGA assistant professional at Brickyard Crossing in Indiana. He won the Senior PGA Professional Championship in October.

''It's pretty special,'' DalCorobbo said. ''I just kept trying to stay with each shot, treating it like it was. It seems so cliche, but all I tried to do was just treat everything and just have really good acceptance for what happened.''

Fellow club pro J.R. Roth (67) was 8 under along with Tom Lehman (65), Kirk Triplett (69), Brandt Jobe (67), Rod Spittle (65) and Scott McCarron (65). Roth is the PGA director of golf at San Juan Country Club in Farmington, New Mexico.

John Daly missed the cut with rounds of 75 and 74. He had a 9 on the par-4 16th on Thursday.

Round 1 - Rocco Mediate shoots a 62

May 27, 2016

Rocco Mediate played the first 13 holes in 9 under and closed with five pars for a 62 to match the Senior PGA Championship and Harbor Shore records Thursday.

Taking advantage of greens softened by overnight rain, Mediate matched the marks set by Kenny Perry in the 2012 final round.

''It wasn't wet, as far as soaking wet. A couple wet spots. But it was fine,'' Mediate said. ''Greens were good. Soft. They received pretty good. ... I know it rained like heck last night. I heard it last night. But the golf course was fine. Greens were good. Everything was good. A little softer.''

The 53-year-old Mediate capped a front-nine 29 with an eagle on the par-5 ninth and added birdies on the par-3 11th and 13th holes at Jack Nicklaus-designed Harbor Shores.

''Solid stuff,'' Mediate said. ''A lot of fairways. A bunch of greens. When I missed it was in the right spot. ... I hit it close, so I had a lot of short putts for birdie. I didn't really make a long one. It was one of those days. I just drove it really well. I hit a lot of solid irons.''

Mediate has two victories on the 50-and-over tour after winning six times on the PGA Tour.

''Stuff I'm working on is coming around,'' Mediate said. ''I'm just trying to get back to what I used to do and that's hit the ball in the middle of the face most of the time. It's been a few years since that's happened. So it was a lot of fun. A lot of fun.''

Gene Sauers had a bogey-free 63.

''I like being up are early in the morning. It was nice,'' Sauers said. ''You get fresh greens and I hit the ball really solid. Just tried to concentrate on just where I wanted to place the ball and just not have too many long putts, because you can get some really pressure putts out here.''

Mike Goodes shot 64, and Kenny Perry, Kirk Triplett and club pro John DalCorobbo were another stroke back. Perry played alongside Mediate and two-time defending champion Colin Montgomerie, who had two late bogeys in a 67.

''We were all feeding off each another,'' Perry said. ''Rocco shot 29 on the front nine and drug us all along in there. He hit it close and made a lot of putts. It kind of set the tone for the whole group.

''The whole group played nice until the last couple holes, I don't know if we got tired or what, but they're hard holes, 16, 17 and 18 are tough holes. I bogeyed 17 and I think Colin bogeyed 16 and 17. But Rocco parred them all. So he had an amazing round.''

Bernhard Langer, fresh off the 100th victory of his career - at a major, no less, at the Regions Tradition in Alabama, opened with a 69.

The 58-year-old German is going for an unprecedented sweep of all five PGA Tour Champions majors. In Alabama, he won his sixth major championship as a senior and joined Nicklaus as the only players to win four different senior majors. Nicklaus had largely retired when the Senior British Open was added to the major rotation. He only played that once in its first year as a major in 2003.

John Daly struggled to a 75 in his second senior major start. He had a 9 on the par-4 16th, a double bogey, three bogeys and six bogeys. Daly tied for 15th and 17th in his first two senior starts since turning 50.

Montgomerie played the first 10 holes in 6 under, with four straight birdies on Nos. 7-10. The Scot won in 2014 at Harbor Shores and last year at French Lick Resort in Indiana.

DalCorobbo holed out with a 9-iron from the fairway for an eagle on the par-5 18th. A PGA assistant professional at Brickyard Crossing in Indiana, he won the Senior PGA Professional Championship in October.

''For not playing in a competitive event for quite some time, I think that the focus, really, the plan was, to not so much to score, but can I handle my mental routine and stay within that. So for the most part I think I did a good job. I hit a tremendous shot on 18 and a lot of that is luck, but I hit some good shots during the day and really happy about that.''

Scores

1 - Rocco Mediate -19 F -5 62 66 71 66 265
2 - Colin Montgomerie -16 F -4 67 66 68 67 268
T3 4 Bernhard Langer -13 F -4 69 64 71 67 271
T3 1 Brandt Jobe -13 F -3 67 67 69 68 271
T5 11 Tommy Armour, III -12 F -5 70 66 70 66 272
T5 6 Billy Andrade -12 F -4 70 68 67 67 272
T7 13 Scott Parel -11 F -5 69 71 67 66 273
T7 - Scott McCarron -11 F -2 69 65 70 69 273
T7 - David Frost -11 F -2 68 69 67 69 273
T7 3 Kirk Triplett -11 F -1 65 69 69 70 273
T7 4 John DalCorobbo (CP) -11 F E 65 68 69 71 273
T12 1 Rod Spittle -10 F -2 69 65 71 69 274
T12 1 Tom Byrum -10 F -2 70 66 69 69 274
T14 11 Mark O'Meara -9 F -4 67 70 71 67 275
T14 3 Gene Sauers -9 F -1 63 69 73 70 275
T16 4 Larry Mize -8 F -2 68 72 67 69 276
T16 9 Olin Browne -8 F +1 66 69 69 72 276
T16 12 Tom Lehman -8 F +2 69 65 69 73 276
T19 14 Glen Day -7 F -4 69 68 73 67 277
T19 6 Kiyoshi Murota -7 F -2 72 70 66 69 277
T19 3 Kevin Sutherland -7 F E 67 69 70 71 277
T22 8 Joey Sindelar -6 F -2 70 70 69 69 278
T22 8 Mike Goodes -6 F -2 64 72 73 69 278
T22 8 Fran Quinn -6 F -2 70 70 69 69 278
T22 3 Kenny Perry -6 F -1 65 71 72 70 278
T22 2 Scott Verplank -6 F E 67 70 70 71 278
T22 11 J.R. Roth (CP) -6 F +2 67 67 71 73 278
T28 17 Esteban Toledo -5 F -4 70 68 74 67 279
T28 11 Bill Glasson -5 F -3 66 74 71 68 279
T28 3 Jean Francois Remesy -5 F E 73 67 68 71 279
T31 22 Paul Broadhurst -4 F -4 67 71 75 67 280
T31 14 Peter Senior -4 F -3 69 69 74 68 280
T31 2 Tom Pernice, Jr. -4 F -1 72 68 70 70 280
T31 2 Scott Dunlap -4 F -1 70 71 69 70 280
T31 11 Jeff Maggert -4 F +2 71 70 66 73 280
T36 9 Peter O'Malley -3 F -2 70 68 74 69 281
T36 3 Paul Goydos -3 F -1 68 69 74 70 281
T36 20 Duffy Waldorf -3 F +4 72 68 66 75 281
T39 6 Chris Williams -2 F -1 72 68 72 70 282
T39 - Mark Brooks -2 F E 67 71 73 71 282
T39 6 Miguel Angel Martin -2 F +1 71 69 70 72 282
T39 14 Peter Fowler -2 F +3 71 67 70 74 282
T39 23 Greg Kraft -2 F +5 67 70 69 76 282
T44 16 Fred Funk -1 F -2 70 70 74 69 283
T44 1 Mike Reid -1 F E 70 68 74 71 283
T44 5 Michael Grob -1 F +1 71 71 69 72 283
T44 5 Jim Carter (CP) -1 F +1 67 74 70 72 283
T44 24 Stephen Ames -1 F +5 71 69 67 76 283
T49 4 John Inman E F +1 69 71 72 72 284
T49 16 Wes Short, Jr. E F +3 71 69 70 74 284
T51 9 Craig Parry +1 F E 70 70 74 71 285
T51 2 Takeshi Sakiyama +1 F +1 69 71 73 72 285
T51 2 Brian Henninger +1 F +1 72 68 73 72 285
T51 12 Michael Allen +1 F +3 70 68 73 74 285
T51 18 Pedro Linhart +1 F +4 66 73 71 75 285
T56 14 Jerry Pate +2 F -1 71 71 74 70 286
T56 3 Paul Eales +2 F +2 71 69 73 73 286
T56 3 Don Berry (CP) +2 F +2 70 72 71 73 286
T56 11 Jeff Hart +2 F +3 72 70 70 74 286
T60 15 Grant Waite +3 F -3 70 70 79 68 287
T60 10 Lee Janzen +3 F E 71 70 75 71 287
T60 7 Stuart Smith (CP) +3 F +1 70 72 73 72 287
T60 - Roger Chapman +3 F +2 71 70 73 73 287
T64 6 Guy Boros +4 F +1 70 67 79 72 288
T64 3 Woody Austin +4 F +2 72 69 74 73 288
T64 4 P.H. Horgan +4 F +3 71 71 72 74 288
T64 4 Andre Bossert +4 F +3 72 70 72 74 288
T68 6 Stu Ingraham (CP) +5 F +1 68 74 75 72 289
T68 15 Rick Schuller (CP) +5 F +5 68 73 72 76 289
T70 3 Simon Brown +6 F +4 67 71 77 75 290
T70 25 Steve Lowery +6 F +7 71 70 71 78 290
T72 2 Jerry Smith +7 F +4 68 71 77 75 291
T72 19 Barry Lane +7 F +7 67 72 74 78 291
74 14 Jeff Coston +9 F +8 67 74 73 79 293
T75 3 Bob Gilder +16 F +3 69 71 86 74 300
T75 2 Chris Starkjohann (CP) +16 F +6 70 72 81 77 300
77 1 Carl Cooper (CP) +20 F +13 72 70 78 84 304
Cut players low 70 scores plus ties
CUT - John Riegger - - - 74 69 - - 143
CUT - John Huston - - - 73 70 - - 143
CUT - Michael Springer - - - 72 71 - - 143
CUT - Jeff Sluman - - - 72 71 - - 143
CUT - Joe Durant - - - 71 72 - - 143
CUT - Dan Forsman - - - 71 72 - - 143
CUT - Kohki Idoki - - - 70 73 - - 143
CUT - Chip Beck - - - 76 68 - - 144
CUT - Mark Calcavecchia - - - 75 69 - - 144
CUT - Gordon Manson - - - 75 69 - - 144
CUT - Carlos Franco - - - 74 70 - - 144
CUT - Mark Mouland - - - 73 71 - - 144
CUT - Doug Garwood - - - 73 71 - - 144
CUT - Gibby Gilbert, III - - - 71 73 - - 144
CUT - Jay Don Blake - - - 71 73 - - 144
CUT - Ian Woosnam - - - 70 74 - - 144
CUT - Jesper Parnevik - - - 69 75 - - 144
CUT - Bob Tway - - - 76 69 - - 145
CUT - Prayad Marksaeng - - - 75 70 - - 145
CUT - Clark Spratlin (CP) - - - 75 70 - - 145
CUT - Jim Schuman (CP) - - - 74 71 - - 145
CUT - Rick Morton (CP) - - - 73 72 - - 145
CUT - Tom Kite - - - 73 72 - - 145
CUT - Philip Golding - - - 72 73 - - 145
CUT - Rob Wilkin (CP) - - - 72 73 - - 145
CUT - Sandy Lyle - - - 71 74 - - 145
CUT - Marco Dawson - - - 70 75 - - 145
CUT - Mark Mielke (CP) - - - 69 76 - - 145
CUT - Jeff Brehaut (CP) - - - 67 78 - - 145
CUT - Gary Hallberg - - - 79 67 - - 146
CUT - Joe Boros (CP) - - - 76 70 - - 146
CUT - Tsuyoshi Yoneyama - - - 75 71 - - 146
CUT - Greg Bruckner - - - 75 71 - - 146
CUT - Tim Thelen - - - 74 72 - - 146
CUT - Anders Forsbrand - - - 73 73 - - 146
CUT - Frank Esposito - - - 72 74 - - 146
CUT - Brad Lardon (CP) - - - 71 75 - - 146
CUT - James Estes (CP) - - - 70 76 - - 146
CUT - Sonny Skinner (CP) - - - 70 76 - - 146
CUT - Andrew Oldcorn - - - 70 76 - - 146
CUT - Steve Schneiter (CP) - - - 79 68 - - 147
CUT - Cesar Monasterio - - - 77 70 - - 147
CUT - Craig Thomas (CP) - - - 76 71 - - 147
CUT - George Forster (CP) - - - 76 71 - - 147
CUT - Steve Pate - - - 75 72 - - 147
CUT - Jim Kane (CP) - - - 73 74 - - 147
CUT - Willie Wood - - - 72 75 - - 147
CUT - Todd Hamilton - - - 70 77 - - 147
CUT - Jose Coceres - - - 70 77 - - 147
CUT - Brian Cairns (CP) - - - 73 75 - - 148
CUT - Richard Rebne (CP) - - - 71 77 - - 148
CUT - Bruce Nakamura (CP) - - - 77 72 - - 149
CUT - Mike Miles (CP) - - - 77 72 - - 149
CUT - John Daly - - - 75 74 - - 149
CUT - Tim Fries (CP) - - - 74 75 - - 149
CUT - Walt Chapman (CP) - - - 72 77 - - 149
CUT - Santiago Luna - - - 78 72 - - 150
CUT - Gene Fieger (CP) - - - 74 76 - - 150
CUT - Dick Mast - - - 72 78 - - 150
CUT - Paul Wesselingh - - - 72 78 - - 150
CUT - Chip Sullivan (CP) - - - 71 79 - - 150
CUT - James Mason (CP) - - - 75 76 - - 151
CUT - Ron Philo (CP) - - - 74 77 - - 151
CUT - Rick Lewallen (CP) - - - 74 77 - - 151
CUT - David Eger - - - 73 78 - - 151
CUT - Kevin Hayashi (CP) - - - 72 79 - - 151
CUT - Tim Parun (CP) - - - 78 74 - - 152
CUT - Barry Cheesman (CP) - - - 76 76 - - 152
CUT - Scott Simpson - - - 76 76 - - 152
CUT - Mike San Filippo (CP) - - - 74 78 - - 152
CUT - Philip Walton - - - 75 78 - - 153
CUT - Joe Daley - - - 77 77 - - 154
CUT - Ed Whitman (CP) - - - 77 78 - - 155
CUT - Rob Sedorcek (CP) - - - 76 79 - - 155
CUT - John Jacobs - - - 75 80 - - 155
CUT - Dirk Schultz (CP) - - - 76 81 - - 157
CUT - Brian Kelly (CP) - - - 76 82 - - 158
CUT - Darrell Kestner (CP) - - - 77 82 - - 159
NC - Scott Hoch - - - - - - - -

 





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