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Chamber golf tournament draws a crowd at country club


Courtesy of Julie Rose
Julia Silva, from left, Al Ward, Don Durante, Ray Skitt and Michael Tirabassi stand together at last week’s 25th annual Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. Durante and Skitt were the two finalists in the $5,000 putting contest, but neither of them won the cash prize sponsored by State Farm Insurance.

The same foursome that won last year’s Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament repeated the feat at last week’s 25th annual event.

Joerg Ferchau, Kurtis Ferchau, Mike Guido and Martin Nguyen once again joined forces to post the best score in the scramble-format tournament, held Aug. 4 at Los Altos Golf & Country Club.

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Chamber golf tournament draws a crowd at country club


Courtesy of Julie Rose
Julia Silva, from left, Al Ward, Don Durante, Ray Skitt and Michael Tirabassi stand together at last week’s 25th annual Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. Durante and Skitt were the two finalists in the $5,000 putting contest, but neither of them won the cash prize sponsored by State Farm Insurance.

The same foursome that won last year’s Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament repeated the feat at last week’s 25th annual event.

Joerg Ferchau, Kurtis Ferchau, Mike Guido and Martin Nguyen once again joined forces to post the best score in the scramble-format tournament, held Aug. 4 at Los Altos Golf & Country Club.

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Kawaguchi takes second in flight at girls state


Courtesy of Nancy Sartor
Kelsey Kawaguchi took second in her flight of the California Junior Girls State Championship last week in Monterey.

Facing a familiar foe in the match play final, local golfer Kelsey Kawaguchi knew she needed to play extremely well to win her flight of the California Junior Girls State Championship in Monterey.

Even when she did, Ty Akabane often found a way to be just a little better Thursday.

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SF golfer Heitel finishes 41st at regional golf championships


St. Francis High’s Matt Heitel endured a rough round in his first appearance at the Northern California boys golf championships, shooting a seven-over-par 79, but coach Phil Marrone said there’s always next year – and the year after that.

After all, Heitel is only 15.

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