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URBANA, MD. | "Pleasure, man," Michael Harvey said, extending his hand to playing partner Adam Ochs.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY DREW ANGERER/THE WASHINGTON TIMES Jeff Lim-Sharpe, of La Plata, Md., lets go of his club in frustration after an errant tee shot on the last hole during the U.S. Open local qualifying tournament at Worthington Manor Golf Club, in Urbana, Md.