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May 17, 1999
Dink Farmer, Ukiah, Calif. Farmer, 45, the owner of a Porsche 356 restoration business, made holes in one on a par-3 and a par-4 while shooting a four-over 76 at Hidden Valley Lake Golf and Country Club in Middletown. Farmer used his seven-iron to ace the 143-yard 4th hole and his driver to make a 1 on the downhill, 389-yard 15th.
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May 17, 1999

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Dink Farmer, Ukiah, Calif.
Farmer, 45, the owner of a Porsche 356 restoration business, made holes in one on a par-3 and a par-4 while shooting a four-over 76 at Hidden Valley Lake Golf and Country Club in Middletown. Farmer used his seven-iron to ace the 143-yard 4th hole and his driver to make a 1 on the downhill, 389-yard 15th.

John David McNeill, Southern Pines, N.C.
John David, 16, shot a nine-under 62 to win the Optimist Junior World qualifier at Southern Pines Elks Lodge and Golf Course, in the process breaking Sam Snead's course record by a shot. McNeill had nine birdies, two bogeys and an eagle. The longest putt he made for birdie or eagle was from 10 feet.

Jamie Broce, Indianapolis
Broce, a senior at Ball State, won his third straight tournament and fourth of the season, at the Cobra Collegiate at Windmill Lakes G.C. in Ravenna, Ohio. A finance major with a 3.74 GPA, Broce is the Cardinals' alltime scoring leader for a career (73.64) and a season (71.48, 1998-99).

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