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Two-man scramble: Ferguson, Alderman win net

Buck Ferguson and Gordon Alderman teamed to shoot 58.7 to win the net title at Redwood Empire Golf Club’s two-man scramble during the April Men’s Breakfast event. Rob Sirrine and Frank Leonardo took second at 59.3. Kurt Ober and R...

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