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March 18, 1996 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rick Acton, in his first year on the Senior PGA Tour, already has fallen into a playing pattern he's really hoping to snap out of. He has struggled in his first round in the last five tournaments and as a result taken himself out of first-place contention. But after a wobbly start, he has played much better. Such was the case for Acton Sunday in the final round of the Toshiba Senior Classic at Newport Beach Country Club.
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March 18, 1996 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rick Acton, in his first year on the Senior PGA Tour, already has fallen into a playing pattern he's really hoping to snap out of. He has struggled in his first round in the last five tournaments and as a result taken himself out of first-place contention. But after a wobbly start, he has played much better. Such was the case for Acton Sunday in the final round of the Toshiba Senior Classic at Newport Beach Country Club.
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March 18, 1996 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There was little question about how Jim Colbert played in the Toshiba Senior Classic this weekend: He played well. Questions linger, however, about how the tournament itself played at the Newport Beach Country Club. Tournament officials were quick to praise everything from the course to the food to the volunteers. They were less specific about whether the tournament will net any profit. "I think we will," said Bob Neely, whose company organized the tournament this year.
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March 18, 1996 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There was little question about how Jim Colbert played in the Toshiba Senior Classic this weekend: He played well. Questions linger, however, about how the tournament itself played at the Newport Beach Country Club. Tournament officials were quick to praise everything from the course to the food to the volunteers. They were less specific about whether the tournament will net any profit. "I think we will," said Bob Neely, whose company organized the tournament this year.
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September 14, 1991 | From Associated Press
Debbie Massey missed a short par putt on the final hole Friday, but she still managed to establish a one-shot lead after 36 holes in the Du Maurier golf tournament, the final LPGA major championship of the year. Massey stabbed a two-footer wide of the cup on 18 to finish the second round with a two-under-par 70 for a 36-hole total of seven-under 137 at the 6,421-yard Vancouver Golf Club at Coquitlam, British Columbia. She had a one-stroke lead over Trish Johnson and Dottie Mochrie at 138.
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