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Grants Pass


Burns Medford


Ashland Yreka


Eureka Arcata 40˚ Weaverville


Redding Red Bluff


PACIFIC LINKS HAWAI’I CHAMPIONSHIP


Ukiah


Chico 5


Yuba City 125˚


Santa Rosa Roseville Vallejo 80


Francisco Reno Truckee Sparks San Oakland


Salinas Fresno Greenfield


Hollister Avenal 35˚ El Paso de Robles


Santa Barbara Santa Maria


Lompoc Los Angeles Oxnard


WILLIE WOOD RALLIED TO WIN the inaugural Pacific Links Hawai’i Championship as he overtook Bill Glasson late in the tournament. Wood began the final round five strokes behind Glasson, fired a 6-under-par 66, and won by two strokes, capping a 54-hole run of bogey-free golf. It was his second Champions Tour victory and his second in three starts. “I had a great back nine,” Wood said. “I just hung in there and the putts kept continuing to fall, and I got a little bit lucky with the way Bill finished. I knew Bill would have to help us out some.”


Glasson, seeking his first Champions Tour victory in 47 starts, began the round with a four-stroke lead and increased his advantage to five, but the wheels came off on the back nine, where he had five bogeys and three birdies on the final eight holes and closed with a 72. “The last six or seven holes were a roller


coaster,” Glasson said. “It got a little but iffy between clubs out there, but you have to give Woody credit.”


Glasson could have forced a playoff with


Woods but failed to get up-and-down from off the green on 18 and had to settle for bogey. “I hit that putt at 18 too hard. Couldn’t get the speed right,” Glasson said. “I need to work on some things. If I start missing greens, my short game isn’t good enough.” ■


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30˚ Baja California 170˚ Guadalupe Russia Alaska Fort Yukon Nome Fairbanks 25˚ Bering Sea 170˚ Anchorage Guaymas


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Ciudad Obregon Cordova Huatabampo


Ciudad Constitucion Juneau 120˚ CHECK THIS OUT 180˚ 115˚


Willie Wood played all 54 holes without a bogey and became the 14th tournament winner to post a bogey-free victory and the first since David Frost at the 2010 3M Championship. Wood also ran his string of bogey-free holes to 57 dating back to his final three holes at the Boeing Classic. Bill Glasson’s second-place finish was his best showing in 47 starts on the Champions Tour.


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Unalaska Pacific Ocean 160˚


Baja California Sur 0


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500 Km 150˚


500 Miles 1 Canada Navojoa Bamocha Los Mochis Prince Rupert Course Insight La Paz 19˚ 140˚ 110˚ 160˚ 15 159˚


Guasave Sinaloa


20˚ 21˚ 16 22˚ 160˚


Mana Niihau


180˚ 170˚ 160˚ 150˚ 140˚ 5


Sacramento Modesto


Santa Cruz San Jose Monterey


Shafter Morro Bay Wasco Delano


Porterville Carson City


Tonopah Goldfield


Reedley Independence Visalia


Ridgecrest


Bakersfield California


Santa Clarita Pasadena


Las Vegas Nevada


San Diego Tijuana


Ensenada 1 3 Paradise 84 Susanville 80 Lovelock Winnemucca Elko Great Salt Lake Salt Lake City Eureka Ely Utah Pioche Cedar City


Saint George 15


Kanab Mesquite


Bullhead City


Long Beach AnaheimCoachella Oceanside Escondido 10 Encinitas Santee


Calexico Mexicali


Henderson Kingman


40 San Bernardino Parker Blythe


Brawley 8


San Luis Casa Grande Yuma 2


Tucson 19


Nogales


Arctic Ocean Sonora Barrow


Willie Wood after winning the 2012 Pacific Links Hawaii Championship at Kapolei Golf Course.


Nogales 130˚


Caborca 15 Douglas 2 Cananea Aconchi 2


Ciudad Juarez


10 Hermosillo Mexico


Ciudad Delicias Poipu


Kauai


Socorro 10


Juarez Nuevo Casas Grandes 45


Chihuahua


Oscar Soto Maynez El Terrero


Ciudad Delicias 158˚


45 Waialua 16 Pecos Van Horn


Fort Stockton Marfa


Kilauea Chihuahua 159˚


157˚ 156˚ 15 Klamath Falls Alturas


Caldwell


Nampa Boise Mountain Home Twin Falls 86


Dubois Rexburg


Blackfoot Idaho Falls Pocatello


Malad City Logan


Layton Ogden


Cody Wyoming


September 20 - 22


Pinedale Riverton Casper Lusk


Green River


Sandy Orem Payson Provo Nephi


Manti Beaver


Grand Junction Moab


Monticello Cortez


United States Rushville Wheatland


Rock Springs Vernal 80 25 Laramie Meeker 70


Fort Collins Boulder


Colorado Montrose


Cheyenne Greeley


76 Denver


Lakewood Aurora Castle Rock


Kapolei Golf Club (Par 72/6,972 yards) Kapolei, Hawaii


Canon City Del Norte


Durango Farmington Arizona Flagstaff Winslow


Prescott Prescott Valley Payson


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Glendale Scottsdale Phoenix Tempe


Florence Oro Valley 10 Sierra Vista Gallup 40 New Mexico Santa Fe Rio Rancho Albuquerque Reserve 25 Clifton Silver City Deming Socorro


Carrizozo Roswell


Alamogordo


Las Cruces El Paso


Artesia Carlsbad Midland Estancia Conejos Taos


Las Vegas 40


Portales 25 Raton Clayton Mosquero


Hereford Clovis


Levelland


Hobbs Lamesa Andrews


Amarillo


Dumas Pampa


Canyon Oklah Plainview Wich Lubbock Abilene


San Angelo Odessa


10 Sanderson Coahuila San Ant 155˚ 22˚


Honolulu Molokai 49


45 Hawaii


Pacific Ocean Durango


Yerbanis 40


45 158˚Miguel Auza KAPOLEI GOLF CLUB 105˚


Kapolei, which hosted the LPGA Tour’s Ladies Hawaiian Open from 1996 to 2001, was designed by architect Ted Robinson, who is probably best known for Sahalee Country Course. With its beautiful flowers, plants and scenic backdrops, the course is both beautiful and challenging. It is set upon 190 rolling acres of a former sugar cane plantation and features elevated greens, 80 bunkers and five lakes. Kapolei received a four star rating on Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” listing.


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Tournament Record 202, Willie Wood, 2012


Tournament 18-Hole Record 65, Bill Glasson, Peter Senior, Larry Mize, Kirk Triplett, 2012


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Oahu Ciudad Camargo Sabinas Hidalgo Del Parral


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Kaanapali Lanai


Kapolei Haiku Kahoolawe


MakenaMonclova Kaupo


Maui


Gomez Palacio TorreonHawaii Kailua


Puako Hawi


30 Honokaa


Milolii 156˚


Saltillo Punaluu


Pahoa Hilo


Zacatecas 5419˚ 155˚ 57 20˚ 21˚ 57 85 N


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San Fe Las An


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Internatio State Bo


Eagle Pa Uvalde


Piedra Negra


Big Spring S Brownw


Texas Sonora Pueblo La Junta Springfield Liberal Woodw 80


Fort Morgan Sterling


Nort Imperial K Saint Francis


Colorado Springs Fountain


Oakley


Leoti Kan Gr


Garden D Scottsbluff Mullen


Sheridan Buffalo


Thermopolis 25


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Arkansas


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Colorado R.


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Rio Grande


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