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Dos Pueblos Golfers Edged by Valencia in Howling Wind at Sandpiper

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Ruben Mendoza of Dos Pueblos follows through on his tee shot on No. 6 and Sandpiper Golf Course. (Courtesy photo)

Dos Pueblos was edged Valencia, 445-451, in a non-league golf match played in gale-force winds at Sandpiper Golf Course on Tuesday.

Matt Pigatti shot an 84 to lead the Chargers and Luke Vigna fired an 86.

“All the players need to be commended for playing and finishing in such extreme conditions. That was pure survival golf out there today,” said DP coach Dave De Heras.

Dos Pueblos scores

Matt Pigatti 84
Luke Vigna 86
Aidan Thomas 90
John Givans 92
Ruben Mendoza 99


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