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McLeod off to good start at NSW open

Jack McLeod, a seventeen year old Deaf golfer from Australia is currently competing in the Gloria Jean's NSW open at Castle Hill Country Club in Sydney. In the opening round, McLeod scored 71, one under par which placed him at 44th place. If McLeod has another solid outing today, he will make the cut.

Round 1 individual score


Courageous Jack McLeod making an impact as his deafness proves no handicap

By Dean Ritchie

"I am just the same as everyone else,'' McLeod says proudly.

McLeod, 17, will today conquer any self-doubts by lining-up to play in his first NSW Golf Open at Castle Hill. Read full story.

Source: Herald Sun

Martin Anderson leads England team to victory in European Deaf Golf Open

By Steve Carroll

MARTIN ANDERSON signed off as captain of the English Deaf Golf Association by leading the national team to a stunning victory at the European Deaf Golf Open Championships in Finland. Read full story.

Source: The Press

English Deaf Golf Open First Day Results

English Deaf Golf Open Tournament now being played at Heythrop Park in Oxford, England with 18 Golfers. Mark Forrest and Jay Stally are tied for first place after first round with 73 strokes. Paul Waring currently sits in third place, two strokes back at 75. Complete results of the first round below:

English Golf Day 1


Dapp, Lopez, and Pedroza wins 2013 US Deaf Golf Championship

2013 USDGCThe leaders in men, women, and senior flights all held onto their top spots to capture the championships in the final round of the United States Deaf Gold Championship last Friday at Tucson National golf course in Tucson, Arizona.

Patty Lopez completed the final round with a score of 86 and 331 for all four rounds to win the women's flight. Melissa Stockton shot 86 to displace Susan Zupnik for second place. Stockton completed the tournament with 359 strokes.

The men's flight was the most competitive of all three divisions. Louis Pedroza scored 83 to finish in first place with a total score of 309. Dano Aldaz was never more than two strokes behind Pedroza and finished in second place at 310. Bill Roberts' could not overcome his opening day start where he finished 5 strokes behind first place and gradually worked his way up to finish tied for second as well.

Tim Dapp held onto his first place spot from the first round until the final day. Dapp scored 84 on the final day to finish with a total score of 317. Keith Worek came in second with a final score of 334.

In 2014, USDGC will host the World Deaf Golf Championship in Traverse City, Michigan from July 14th through July 5th.

2013 USDGC Leaderboard

2013 USDGC Recreational Leaderboard

US Deaf Golf Championship leaders pull away from pack in third round

2013 USDGCAfter the completion of the third round of the United States Deaf Golf Championship (USDGC) Thursday at Tucson National golf course in Tucson, Arizona. Leaders in all three flights have started to pull away with a strong outing.

Patty Lopez appears to be a lock to win the Women's Flight after finishing the day with a score of 76. She sits at the top of the leaderboard with a total score of 245. Susan Zupnik is 19 strokes back at 263 for second place.

Louis Pedroza shot 75 to gain sole possession of first place with total score of 226. Dano Aldaz is in second with 228 after completing the third round with a score of 77.

There's been no changes in the top two leaders for the Senior's Flight. Tim Dapp finished the day with 84 strokes and leads the field with a total score of 243. With a round score of 83, Keith Worek remains in second place at 248.

2013 USDGC Leaderboard

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