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February 14, 1988 | DAN HAFNER, Times Staff Writer
Larry Mowry stood beside the 18th green at Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, Ga., waiting for Arnold Palmer and Gary Player to putt. "Pinch me," he said to his caddy. "I have to be dreaming. Here I am waiting for Arnold Palmer and Gary Player to putt out so I can hear the cheers for winning the tournament. Can you believe that?" The occasion was the Pepsi Senior Challenge Oct.
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June 17, 1996 | From Associated Press
Charles Coody, once a Masters winner but lately a forgotten man, shot a five-under-par 65 Sunday to beat Larry Mowry by one stroke in the Canadian Senior Open at Ancaster, Ontario. Coody was four strokes behind Mowry when the final round began and had five birdies at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club. "For the last 3 1/2 years, my game has deteriorated," said Coody, who finished with a nine-under 271 total that was worth $165,000, the biggest check of his life.
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March 23, 1990 | From Times wire services
Larry Mowry fired a 6-under-par 66 today and grabbed a one shot lead after one round of the Grandslam Championship for seniors golfers. Chi San-hsu of Taiwan was one shot behind at 67. Lee Trevino, the leading money-winner on the Seniors Tour, Don January, Dave Hill and Japan's Hideo Jibiki shot 69s and were tied for third. Bob Charles of New Zealand shot a 70, while Miller Barber and Billy Casper were in a six-man group at 71.
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April 16, 1994 | DAN HAFNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Friday, when the wind and the treacherous back nine tortured the best senior golfers in the world, Larry Mowry resumed his comeback. Mowry, practically missing from the Senior PGA Tour in recent years, leaped out of relative obscurity, posting a 68, the best score in the second round of the PGA Seniors' Championship. The four-under round gave Mowry a 36-hole total of 138, tying him with favored Raymond Floyd for the lead at six under. Floyd shot a 69.
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June 17, 1996 | From Associated Press
Charles Coody, once a Masters winner but lately a forgotten man, shot a five-under-par 65 Sunday to beat Larry Mowry by one stroke in the Canadian Senior Open at Ancaster, Ontario. Coody was four strokes behind Mowry when the final round began and had five birdies at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club. "For the last 3 1/2 years, my game has deteriorated," said Coody, who finished with a nine-under 271 total that was worth $165,000, the biggest check of his life.
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August 13, 1990 | From Associated Press
Chi Chi Rodriguez, putting better than at any time in his career, had eight birdies en route to a four-under-par 68 Sunday and won the Sunwest Bank Senior tournament at Albuquerque, N.M. Rodriguez, who began the day one shot behind Charles Coody and Joe Jimenez, birdied four of the first six holes as he overcame a double-bogey and two bogeys. Rodriguez finished the 54-hole tournament at 11-under-par 205, two shots ahead of Jim Ferree, Jim Dent and Coody.
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September 19, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Larry Ziegler shot a second-round 68 Friday to take the lead at the rain-delayed $500,000 Greater Milwaukee Open, but Robert Wrenn led a crowd of challengers threatening to overtake him when play was suspended by darkness. Ziegler began the day by finishing his rain-delayed first round in eight-under-par 64, then added a 68 for a 36-hole score of 132 and a four-stroke lead over those who completed their second round.
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April 16, 1994 | DAN HAFNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Friday, when the wind and the treacherous back nine tortured the best senior golfers in the world, Larry Mowry resumed his comeback. Mowry, practically missing from the Senior PGA Tour in recent years, leaped out of relative obscurity, posting a 68, the best score in the second round of the PGA Seniors' Championship. The four-under round gave Mowry a 36-hole total of 138, tying him with favored Raymond Floyd for the lead at six under. Floyd shot a 69.
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February 10, 1990 | From Associated Press
Craig Stadler sank a chip and a pair of 30-foot putts during a round of five-under-par 67 Friday at Waialea Country Club in Honolulu to take a one-shot lead midway through the Hawaiian Open golf tournament. Stadler's 36-hole total of six-under-par 138 is one better than Paul Azinger (67), David Ishii (67) and rookie Grant Waite (67). Veterans Hubert Green and Lanny Wadkins led a group of five at 140. Also at that figure were Jeff Hart, rookie Peter Persons and defending champion Gene Sauers. J.
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August 13, 1990 | From Associated Press
Chi Chi Rodriguez, putting better than at any time in his career, had eight birdies en route to a four-under-par 68 Sunday and won the Sunwest Bank Senior tournament at Albuquerque, N.M. Rodriguez, who began the day one shot behind Charles Coody and Joe Jimenez, birdied four of the first six holes as he overcame a double-bogey and two bogeys. Rodriguez finished the 54-hole tournament at 11-under-par 205, two shots ahead of Jim Ferree, Jim Dent and Coody.
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March 23, 1990 | From Times wire services
Larry Mowry fired a 6-under-par 66 today and grabbed a one shot lead after one round of the Grandslam Championship for seniors golfers. Chi San-hsu of Taiwan was one shot behind at 67. Lee Trevino, the leading money-winner on the Seniors Tour, Don January, Dave Hill and Japan's Hideo Jibiki shot 69s and were tied for third. Bob Charles of New Zealand shot a 70, while Miller Barber and Billy Casper were in a six-man group at 71.
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February 14, 1988 | DAN HAFNER, Times Staff Writer
Larry Mowry stood beside the 18th green at Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, Ga., waiting for Arnold Palmer and Gary Player to putt. "Pinch me," he said to his caddy. "I have to be dreaming. Here I am waiting for Arnold Palmer and Gary Player to putt out so I can hear the cheers for winning the tournament. Can you believe that?" The occasion was the Pepsi Senior Challenge Oct.
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September 19, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Larry Ziegler shot a second-round 68 Friday to take the lead at the rain-delayed $500,000 Greater Milwaukee Open, but Robert Wrenn led a crowd of challengers threatening to overtake him when play was suspended by darkness. Ziegler began the day by finishing his rain-delayed first round in eight-under-par 64, then added a 68 for a 36-hole score of 132 and a four-stroke lead over those who completed their second round.
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February 12, 1990 | Associated Press
David Ishii needed only a round of par 72 to score a one-stroke victory in the Hawaiian Open at Honolulu Sunday. Ishii, 34, a native of Honolulu who plays most of his golf on the Japanese tour, became only the second Hawaiian winner in the 25-year history of the event. The late Ted Makalena won the second Hawaiian Open in 1966. Hubert Green took himself out of contention Sunday with a late triple bogey. Craig Stadler missed six consecutive short putts. "I didn't win it," Ishii said.
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February 11, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hubert Green's eagle on the last hole Saturday gave him a one-stroke lead over hometown hero David Ishii after the third round of the Hawaiian Open. Green hit a three-iron to within five feet of the flag and made the putt for an eagle-three on the closing hole at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu. It finished off a bogey-free round of 66 for Green, a two-time Hawaiian Open champion who hasn't won on the American tour since the 1985 PGA Championship.
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