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IN THE CUP! Area holes in one

Published: Sun, September 23, 2001 @ 12:00 a.m.

Michael Buzzard, Hubbard : Doughton course, Hubbard, on 191-yard, No. 1 hole with a 7-wood. It was Buzzard's first ace. He was in a threesome with Jeff Buzzard and Jim O'Dea.

Harvey Radcliff, Canfield: The 162-yard No. 6 hole at Flying B using a 5-iron Sept. 15. Scott Jewell was a witness.

George Vecchione, Youngstown: Aced the 133-yard No. 8 hole with a 7-iron at Mill Creek's north course Sept. 16. Witnesses: Joe Dutko, Drew Santor and Mike Murphy.

Joe Rubinic Sr., Youngstown: The 168-yard No. 11 hole at Reserve Run, Poland, using a 7-wood. Witnesses: Chip Meigs, Mike Sheptork and Mike Semanco.

Frank Mazzarinn, Struthers: The 128-yard No. 15 hole at Reserve Run using a 9-iron. Witnesses: J. Doyle, J. Scavina and J. Finn.

Dr. F. Kocab, Boardman: The 210-yard No. 5 hole at Walnut Run using 4-wood. Witnessed by ranger Lee Noel.

Nicholas Palumbo, 11, Boardman, at the Mill Creek Par-3 course on the 73-yard, No. 16 hole with a pitching wedge. It was his first ace. He was with his father, Fred Palumbo.

T.J. Hosa, Boardman: The 82-yard No. 13 hole at Mill Creek Par-3 with a 9-iron. His partner was Brad Franczkowski.


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