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Persichetti Wins Big at Animal House
June 12, 2004 at Salem Hills

Rick Persichetti had 4 birdies and an eagle on the front nine to take control of the Animal House Classic and cruise to a 7 shot victory with a 5 under par 67. David Martin took 2nd. Old Tom Litzler was 3rd at 3 over par 75 and 'Doc' Daksiewicz tied for 4th at 4 over par 76 with Jeff Kellstrom.  Persichetti led the field with 30 putts.  Notable: Frank Caruana, Terry Barr, Ray Collins and JC all hit 9 fairways.  This is Rick's 3rd Tour win in 17 starts.

Martin Drinks Deep from the Tin Cup
May 15, 2004 at Hickory Creek

David Martin strung 7 birdies and a hole out 18th hole eagle to shoot a 6 under par 66 and dominate the field at the Tin Cup.  Jeff Klipa took 2nd at 1 under par 71. Ray Collins was 3rd at 1 over par 73 and Chris Drake was 4th at 2 over par 74. Erik Meland led the field with 30 putts. Martin led the field with 12 fairways hit while Cindy Loescher and Victory McCoy logged 10. Jason Carte led the field with 10 Greens in Regulation.  This is Martin's 6th career Tour win and 1st Tin Cup title after finishing runner up the last 2 years.

Meland Wins 2nd in a Row
May 8, 2004 at Lake Forest GC

Erik Meland topped Victory McCoy in a playoff to take the Western Swing. Both finished at 4 under par 68 in regulation. Meland eagled the par 5 18th hole to forge a tie with McCoy. Frank Caruana finished 3rd at 3 under 69 and Kerry Homberger took 4th at 1 under par 71. Tom W. Litzler led the field with only 30 putts. David Martin and Chris Drake each hit 10 fairways. Gary Rose had 3 eagles and Paul Haeck matched Meland with 2 eagles in the round. This is Meland's 9th Tour win.

Meland Best in the Pines

May 1, 2004 at Pine View GC

Erik Meland took the season opener at Pine View with a 1 under par 71. Two front nine eagles got him clear of the field and 2 early birdies combined with 2 more late kept him there. Bob White and Ian Steward tied for 2nd at 3 over par 75. Brad Jones and 'Doc' Daksiewicz tied for 4th at 4 over 76.  Meland and White tied for fewest putts at 32. Meland leads the Tour with 8 career wins.





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