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Dietz, Robison and Powers Prevail in Denny Shute Memorial Match Play

AKRON: Randy Dietz won by closing with a flourish. Gary Robison won with a mid-round surge. John Powers won by holding steady over the final five holes. Different divisions, different paths, same finishes. Click Here For Complete Brackets and Event Info That’s how it went Wednesday in the Denny Shute Memorial Match Play Championship at…
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Stocking Caps Were the Fashion of the Day During Closing Rounds of Denny Shute Memorial Match Play Championship

AKRON: It was cold enough to make stocking caps the fashion of the day, the fairways were beyond wet and a recent aeration left the greens with a texture resembling a miniature speed bump. All that was missing during Tuesday’s playing of the Denny Shute Memorial Match Play Championship was a stiff, swirling wind. Remarkably,…
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Randy Dietz, Rob Moss Set to Defend Titles in Denny Shute Match Play Championship at Portage

Warrensville Heights, Ohio: Randy Dietz and Rob Moss each will attempt to win their second consecutive titles when the 46th Denny Shute Match Play Championships begin Monday at Portage Country Club. Event Info & Match Play Brackets Dietz, a Teaching Golf Professional at Windmill Golf Center, won the Regular Division title in 2019 en route…
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RT @pgahistorybug Cleveland's Denny Shute, born today in 1904, was the son of an English golf pro. Was the last to win consecutive @PGAChampionship titles (1936, '37) before @TigerWoods (1999, 2000). Won '33 @TheOpen, atoning for losing the decisive point in the @rydercup in the UK weeks earlier.

About 3 days ago from Northern Ohio PGA's Twitter