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Golf: Hufford bests the field in ‘odd or even’

Hufford bests the field in ‘odd or even’ Judie Hufford bested the field with a 31 in the July 9 day’s play of “odd or even.” Janet Barnwell and Barb Lindsay tied for the second spot with 34s. Barnwell was close...

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