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    Lenz has morning lead

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    Jonathan Lenz, one of the early outs at the Adams Golf Pro tour Series Detar/Victoria chamber of Commerce, has the early lead at 3-under 69. Lenz was in the third group to go off tee No. 1 and was able ...

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    Lenz has early lead

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    Jonathan Lenz of san Antonio has the early lead at the Adams Golf Pro Tour series Detar/Victoria Chamber of Commerce Open at Victoria Country Club. Lenz, who was at 2-under at the turn, posted a 3-under 69 for a one-shot ...

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    Making the turn at the Victoria Open

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    Scoring has not been that low for the morning groups at the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series Detar/Victoria Chamber of Commerce Open. Only a handful of players are under par so far at the turn with a 2-under leading the ...

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    Victoria Open under way

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    The annual Adams Golf Pro Tour Series Victoria Open is under way at Victoria Country Club. First-round action began at 8 a.m. and the last of the morning tee times have just taken to the course. The early morning groups ...

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    Local, area golfers fare well on the links

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    Four Advocate-area collegiate golfers had top-10 finishes this week. Memorial grad Kelley Louth tied for second at the Indiana Invitational. The Texas senior shot an 80-73-76-229 to help the Longhorns finish third. Another Memorial grad, Laura Baker, finished tied for ...

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    Stanford only a shot back

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    Checking out the LPGA Tour leaderboard I quickly came across my former Bluebonnet playing partner Angela Stanford's name right at the top. Stanford was at 5-under par after the first round of the Kraft Nabisco Championship and just one shot ...

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    Winds prevail in Houston

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    The Houston Open got off to a very windy start today. In fact, the winds blew at times at 50 mph. Those conditions were enough to force the postponement of the first round with only a handful of players able ...