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By Charles Rich | August 25, 2009
GLENDALE — Not familiar with Cedar Ridge Country Club, Brett Kanda didn’t hesitate to seek advice from his caddy on the course’s layout. Austin Hannah provided insight on the 18 holes to help Kanda, a La Crescenta resident, fare well during his first appearance in the 109th installment of the United States Men’s Amateur Championship in Tulsa, Okla. Kanda soaked up the advice, as he shot a one-over-par 71 during the first round of stroke play Monday morning.
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August 22, 2005
Charles Rich Keith Kinsel will make another trip east. The Glendale resident will participate in a prominent golf championship on a course where Bobby Jones and Ben Hogan made names for themselves. Kinsel will compete in the 105th annual United States Amateur at the fabled Merion Golf Course in Ardmore, Pa. He participated in the 2002 rendition at Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. The 36-year-old will tee off at 6:05 a.m. PDT today in the first round of stroke play on the 10th hole of the par-70 course that covers 6,846 yards.
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August 19, 2002
Charles Rich A ribbing wasn't geared to downgrade Keith Kinsel's character. The Glendale resident couldn't resist the temptation while he sat comfortably in a white lounge chair under a protrusive oak tree at Oakmont Country Club, the site where Kinsel's the three-time club champion. He branded himself a "weekend guy who doesn't have the same advantages that a college student has on the golf course." Kinsel will be absent from work for at least the first part of the week and he'll enjoy equal advantages with his brethren.
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By Charles Rich | August 13, 2009
GLENDALE — If Brett Kanda ever needed to be calm and focused, it was on Tuesday. Kanda, a La Crescenta resident, came across one of the strangest moments in his golf career while attempting to qualify for the prestigious United States Golf Assn. Men’s Amateur Championship at The Prospector Golf Course at Suncadia Resort in Roslyn, Wash. Here’s what happened: Kanda was told by a tournament official that the second of his two rounds had been moved back to 1:48 p.m. from 1:42.
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By Charles Rich | August 25, 2009
GLENDALE — Not familiar with Cedar Ridge Country Club, Brett Kanda didn’t hesitate to seek advice from his caddy on the course’s layout. Austin Hannah provided insight on the 18 holes to help Kanda, a La Crescenta resident, fare well during his first appearance in the 109th installment of the United States Men’s Amateur Championship in Tulsa, Okla. Kanda soaked up the advice, as he shot a one-over-par 71 during the first round of stroke play Monday morning.
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