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In Memoriam

first_imgIn Memoriam In Memoriam John W. Achor, Naples Admitted 1951; Died June 3 2004 Marvin Ballan, Hallandale Admitted 1994; Died July 1, 2004 Mary K. Hembree Benson, Washington, D.C. Admitted 1973; Died October 4, 2003 Alan Bernstein, West Palm Beach Admitted 1972; Died May 9, 2004 Edmund John Bodine, Jr., New York, N.Y. Admitted 1972; Died May 29, 2004 Douglas Chianco, Lakeland Admitted 1974; Died September 15, 2000 James Paul D’Angelo, Ft. Lauderdale Admitted 1984; Died June 14, 2004 John C. Danielson, Punta Gorda Admitted 1992; Died June 10, 1999 Joseph A. Demeure, Pittsburgh, PA Admitted 1964; Died June 2, 2004 Ernest Hadley Eubanks, Orlando Admitted 1963; Died May 31, 2004 Anthony J. Garofoli, Cleveland, OH Admitted 1974; Died September 30, 2003 Cora Nell Haggard, Grand Ridge Admitted 1980; Died June 7, 2004 Lawrence V. Hastings, Palm Beach Admitted 1954; Died May 30, 2004 Paul Kenneth Heistand, St. Petersburg Admitted 1974; Died November 24, 2003 James C. Hunter, Tavares Admitted 1938; Died January 20, 2004 August 1, 2004 In Memoriamlast_img read more

The Masters: Rory McIlroy bounces back from opening 75 with bogey-free 66 | Golf News

first_img The Masters – Live November 14, 2020, 12:30pmLive on “Obviously we didn’t have much time in between rounds, so I went to the range and hit five nine‑irons and a three‑wood and just tried to get myself to release it. Sometimes I just get so draggy and hold on, sort of hold on to it.“So it was just a matter of trying to release it a little bit more and being a little bit more committed to my shots and my swing. I turned it around nicely and shot a good one, at least gave myself a chance going into the weekend. He needed a big start back at the 10th, which he found with a three-wood, a nine-iron and a perfect putt for birdie, and he picked up further shots at 12, 15 and 17 to get himself into red figures for the tournament.McIlroy two-putted for another gain at the long second, and he added another at the eighth while keeping a bogey off his card and closing on three under par, just six behind the leaders going into the second half of the final major of the year.“Jimmy Dunne gave me a pep talk in between rounds going on to the range,” he explained. “It was colourful! I honestly have been playing so good coming in here, and then I go into the first round and I shoot 75, and I’m like ‘where the hell did that come from?’ Rory McIlroy rallied to fire a 66 and is six behind co-leader, Dustin Johnson Rory McIlroy rallied to fire a 66 and is six behind co-leader, Dustin Johnson