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August 26, 1991 | Associated Press
Mitch Voges got a new putter last year. Now, he might have to get a new license plate. Voges, whose California license reads "Lip Out," displayed near-perfection from tee to green to beat Manny Zerman, 7 and 6, on Sunday and win the U.S. Amateur Championship. "I've spent my whole career hitting good golf shots and never really making anything," said Voges, who switched to a long-handled 48-inch putter last year.
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August 26, 1991 | Associated Press
Mitch Voges got a new putter last year. Now, he might have to get a new license plate. Voges, whose California license reads "Lip Out," displayed near-perfection from tee to green to beat Manny Zerman, 7 and 6, on Sunday and win the U.S. Amateur Championship. "I've spent my whole career hitting good golf shots and never really making anything," said Voges, who switched to a long-handled 48-inch putter last year.
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August 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
Jeff Sunday, a 33-year-old attorney, admits he does not have much chance of winning this week's U.S. Amateur golf championship. But he and a host of other weekend golfers will tee off today in the six-day quest for a title won by such players as Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Sunday, of Carlisle, Pa., expressed the feelings of many of the 312 in the field before a practice round Monday. "For me, winning is unrealistic," he said. "It's just a thrill to be here.
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August 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
Jeff Sunday, a 33-year-old attorney, admits he does not have much chance of winning this week's U.S. Amateur golf championship. But he and a host of other weekend golfers will tee off today in the six-day quest for a title won by such players as Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Sunday, of Carlisle, Pa., expressed the feelings of many of the 312 in the field before a practice round Monday. "For me, winning is unrealistic," he said. "It's just a thrill to be here.
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