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MAMARONECK, NEW YORK | Though the elite amateur golf circuit comprises primarily individual tournaments, it also has its share of team competitions. And one of the best and most historic of those is the Anderson Memorial, an annual invitational that concludes Sunday at the Winged Foot Golf Club in this Westchester County burg some 25 miles northeast of midtown Manhattan. It attracts many of the best mid- and senior-amateur golfers in the land, and one of the stalwart pairs of that tourney in recent years has been a duo from Upstate New York, David Hayes and Dan Russo.
Playing out of the Schuyler Meadows Club near the capital city of Albany, where between them they have captured 11 of the last 14 club championships, Hayes and Russo have enjoyed individual successes through the years at Metropolitan New York-area events such as the Travis Invitational at the Garden City Golf Club and the C.B. Macdonald Invitational, aka the Singles, at the National Golf...
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