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Justin Mizutani, Amigos July Ace, makes history

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JUSTIN Mizutani, who works for the Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services, not only won the Amigos Golf Association's July Ace title, he also did it with a bang posting a record net score of 116 on Sunday at the Kingfisher Golf Links.

On day 1 of the tournament, he held his own with a gross of 84. With a handicap of 24, he ended with a net score of 60. On day 2, he improved his performance with a gross of 80, which was reduced to a net of 56 thanks to his handicap. Mizutani  also connected eight fairways and sank two 10-footer pars, saving putts as well as three six-footers to score three birdies. He was also hitting it long off the tee box and his putting game came alive when he needed it the most. 

Ed Terlaje put up a good fight, but he did not have enough birdies to overtake Mizutani, and had to settle for second place. On day 1, he scored a gross of 86 and with a handicap of 21 brought his net score to 65. He continued to keep his hopes alive on day 2 with a gross of 85 for a net of 64 giving him a net total of 129.

 

Justin Mizutani

In third place is Davenault Jones, also of DFEMS. He grossed 87 with a handicap of 24 for a net of 63 on day 1. But on day 2, his gross went up to 93 to end the day with a net of 69. His net total was 132. 

The Par 3 winners were also recognized. Hole #6 was claimed by Joe Torres, Hole #8 by Joe Sablan Sr., Hole #12 by Shirlyn Jones, and Hole #15 by Freddy Salavaria.  Each player was awarded $170 as well as free game certificates.

The Amigos Golf Association extends its appreciation for the donations from Kingfisher Golf Links.

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