Putting: Name of the game

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Putting: Name of the game

A wide-open Navajo Trail Open could be decided by the small club
Reigning Navajo Trail Open champion Micah Rudosky got some swings in at Thursday’s Pro-Am at Hillcrest Golf Club, and the head pro at Conquistador Golf Course in Cortez will look to win his fourth title and second in a row when the 54-hole Open begins today.
“I almost guarantee the winner at the end of the weekend is going to be the guy who putted the best,” said Devin Schreiner, a Durango High School and Fort Lewis College alumnus playing in the Navajo Trail Open for the first time as a professional.
Aztec amateur Terry Roberts got his swings at Thursday’s Pro-Am, and he’ll open his Navajo Trail Open at 8:42 a.m. today at Hillcrest Golf Club.
Pro-Am

Navajo Trail Open
Thursday at Hillcrest Golf Club
Team Results
T1. Klinton Kreiger (pro), Mike Carney, David Martinez and Gary Meredith, 123
T1. Tyson Shinaut (pro), Donnie Edmonds, Aimee Fladt and Art Gallegos, 123
3. Devin

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Putting: Name of the game

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Reigning Navajo Trail Open champion Micah Rudosky got some swings in at Thursday’s Pro-Am at Hillcrest Golf Club, and the head pro at Conquistador Golf Course in Cortez will look to win his fourth title and second in a row when the 54-hole Open begins today.
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“I almost guarantee the winner at the end of the weekend is going to be the guy who putted the best,” said Devin Schreiner, a Durango High School and Fort Lewis College alumnus playing in the Navajo Trail Open for the first time as a professional.
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Aztec amateur Terry Roberts got his swings at Thursday’s Pro-Am, and he’ll open his Navajo Trail Open at 8:42 a.m. today at Hillcrest Golf Club.
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