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Topic - John O'Leary
A number of golfers with local ties teed off Thursday at the Melwood Prince George's County Open, but playing near their home turf didn't lead to lower scores in the Nationwide Tour event.
"I was just working on my swing, trying to get the turn of my shoulders up on a little different angle," O'Leary said. "Just trying to stay a little more patient, hopefully swing my clubs a little better. But that's it — a little more patience."
"Every [hole] was challenging for me today," he said. "I didn't play that great. The par 3s were tough, other than the 17-hole."