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Tommy Veech compiled one of the most extraordinary resumes in the history of Wisconsin golf, but long-time friend Randy Warobick of Hartland said Thursday that Veech remembered the acquaintances he made and moments he shared with them far more than the many victories he amassed.

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Thursday marks the first day that golfers can register for Wisconsin State Golf Association and Wisconsin Public Links Association events. Registration begins March 5 for USGA open championships, April 2 for other USGA events, March 14 for Wisconsin Women's State Golf Association events and April 4 for Wisconsin PGA Junior Tour events.

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Supported by the USGA’s five existing regional affairs offices, the AGAs will administer the USGA handicap and course rating systems within defined geographic areas across the country. They will also serve as the community’s primary resource for USGA services such as championship qualifiers, governance, golf facility support and programs that help grow and improve the long-term health of the game.

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Jones shoots a second-round 70 and, with a 5-under-par 139 total, moves one shot ahead of University of Dayton senior Phillip Johnson, who also shot 70, entering the marathon final day at North Shore CC in Mequon with former Badger David Roesch (70), now a teaching professional in Milwaukee, and mini-tour player Kaylor Steger (71) of Mount Pleasant another shot back.

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Doctors haven't told the six-time Wisconsin State Amateur champion how long he has to live, but Bemowski tells the newspaper he can't see himself struggling to compete in golf tournaments as his health deteriorates.  As D'Amato writes, Bemowski will be remembered as the greatest amateur golfer in Wisconsin history, having won the State Senior Amateur five times and the State Senior Open four times in addition to winning the 2004 U.S. Senior Amateur.