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June 28, 2007
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Defending West Virginia Open champion David Bradshaw, of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., shot a 3-over-par 75 in the opening round Wednesday. Bradshaw opened with a 40 on the front nine and when he finished, he was five shots behind Ryan Whalen's 70 at the Lakeview Resort. Two rain delays made it a seven-hour day on the 6,760-yard course. Bradshaw tees off today at 1:30 p.m. in a group that includes Pat Carter, 12-time West Virginia amateur champion. Other scores from area players included: David Boggs, of Shepherdstown, W.Va.
NEWS
June 22, 1999
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - David Bradshaw defeated Will O'Brien on the second hole of a playoff to win the age 16-18 division of the first Tri-State Junior Golf Association tournament, played Monday at Cress Creek Golf Course. Bradshaw and O'Brien each shot a 77 to force the playoff. Josh Spreng finished third with a 79. The tournament, sponsored by radio stations WYII, WEPM and WKMZ, drew 77 players and is the first of four area qualifying tournaments leading to the Tournament of Champions on Aug. 23 at Beaver Creek Country Club.
NEWS
June 29, 2005
GOLF SNOWSHOE, W.Va. (AP) - David Bradshaw hasn't played much competitive golf this year and toured The Raven course at Snowshoe Mountain resort for the first time only a few weeks ago. Many of the 120 players in this week's West Virginia Open aren't familiar enough with the roller coaster terrain to project confidence, so the winner could end up being someone with a combination of skill, steely nerves and local knowledge. And despite the presence of six past champions in the field, it could end up being as much a surprise as Bradshaw was last year in becoming the first amateur to win the Open since 1993.
NEWS
February 18, 1999
By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer More space, more parking, more efficient carrier service and a store area with retail checkout counters are some of the features customers in the Northern Avenue area can expect when a new U.S. Post Office opens next year. The 21742 ZIP code area of Hagerstown currently is being served by the post office at 531 Northern Ave. The number of customers being served there has increased and the building is no longer big enough, David Bradshaw, manager of administrative services, said Thursday.
NEWS
June 29, 2006
GOLF DANIELS, W.Va. (AP) - Former Shepherd University standout David Bradshaw carded a 4-under-par 68 in the first round to take a two-stroke lead in the 73rd West Virginia Open on Wednesday. Bradshaw, who won the Open two years ago as an amateur, is playing as a pro in this year's event at The Resort of Glade Springs. He has played in three events on the U.S. Pro Golf Tour so far this year, finishing 25th twice and 40th once in a rain-shortened event. "This time I can collect a check," the Harpers Ferry said.
SPORTS
June 19, 2013
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 LEGION BASEBALL Funkstown 5, Mount Airy 2 MOUNT AIRY, Md. - J.T. Root had 12 strikeouts and only allowed four hits to lead Funkstown Post 211 past Mount Airy Post 191. Brad Spickler had two hits and Colby Johnson had two RBIs for Funkstown (4-1, 1-0). PREP BASEBALL Team Maryland starts 2-2 NORMAN, Okla. - Team Maryland went 1-1 in each of its first two days at the Heartland Baseball Classic. On Wednesday, Maryland opened with an 11-1 loss to Texas and then rebounded for a 5-1 victory over Arkansas.
SPORTS
June 21, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013 GOLF VIENNA, W.Va. (AP) - Starting the final round with a three-shot lead at the West Virginia Open on Friday, David Bradshaw gave the rest of the field little chance to catch him. Bradshaw shot a 5-under-par 67 to beat Hurricane amateur Sam O'Dell by four strokes at Parkersburg Country Club. Bradshaw finished at 11 under, pulling away with birdies on three of the final four holes. O'Dell also shot 67 and finished at 7 under. Charleston pro Christian Brand and Morgantown pro Bob Friend tied for third at 3 under.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | June 24, 2007
David Bradshaw burst onto the West Virginia golf scene with abandon in 2004 when he won the West Virginia Open as an amateur. Two years later, he made sure his name would be remembered, as he became the only player in West Virginia Open history to win the tournament as a professional and an amateur. There's no other category Bradshaw can claim this year, so he'll be out to become the ninth golfer to have won the Open three times when the tournament kicks off Wednesday in Morgantown at the Lakeview Resort and Lodge.
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SPORTS
June 21, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013 GOLF VIENNA, W.Va. (AP) - Starting the final round with a three-shot lead at the West Virginia Open on Friday, David Bradshaw gave the rest of the field little chance to catch him. Bradshaw shot a 5-under-par 67 to beat Hurricane amateur Sam O'Dell by four strokes at Parkersburg Country Club. Bradshaw finished at 11 under, pulling away with birdies on three of the final four holes. O'Dell also shot 67 and finished at 7 under. Charleston pro Christian Brand and Morgantown pro Bob Friend tied for third at 3 under.
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SPORTS
June 20, 2013
Thursday, June 20, 2013 GOLF VIENNA, W.Va. (AP) - David Bradshaw shot his second straight 3-under-par 69 Thursday to open up a three-stroke lead entering the final round of the West Virginia Open at Parkersburg Country Club. The six-time Open champion was tied at the top after Wednesday's first round with Ian Patrick. But while the birdies kept coming for Bradshaw in the second round, Patrick faltered. The Huntington amateur shot 5-over 77 to drop eight strokes back.
SPORTS
June 19, 2013
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 LEGION BASEBALL Funkstown 5, Mount Airy 2 MOUNT AIRY, Md. - J.T. Root had 12 strikeouts and only allowed four hits to lead Funkstown Post 211 past Mount Airy Post 191. Brad Spickler had two hits and Colby Johnson had two RBIs for Funkstown (4-1, 1-0). PREP BASEBALL Team Maryland starts 2-2 NORMAN, Okla. - Team Maryland went 1-1 in each of its first two days at the Heartland Baseball Classic. On Wednesday, Maryland opened with an 11-1 loss to Texas and then rebounded for a 5-1 victory over Arkansas.
NEWS
June 26, 2009
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) -- David Bradshaw has won his fourth West Virginia Open title in six years by beating John Ross in a three-hole playoff at Wheeling's Oglebay Resort. Bradshaw, a Harpers Ferry, W.Va. native, birdied the second and third holes of the total-score playoff Friday to hold off the 57-year-old Ross. The Freeman resident was trying to win his third Open and become one of the tournament's oldest winners. Ross shot a 4-under 67 in the final round on the Palmer Course.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | June 24, 2007
David Bradshaw burst onto the West Virginia golf scene with abandon in 2004 when he won the West Virginia Open as an amateur. Two years later, he made sure his name would be remembered, as he became the only player in West Virginia Open history to win the tournament as a professional and an amateur. There's no other category Bradshaw can claim this year, so he'll be out to become the ninth golfer to have won the Open three times when the tournament kicks off Wednesday in Morgantown at the Lakeview Resort and Lodge.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | July 2, 2006
David Bradshaw's name is on the list of West Virginia Open champions a second time, and even though he's a far cry from the 16 titles accomplished by the famous Sam Snead, there's one thing he can claim that no other golfer in the Mountain State has done - win as an amateur and professional. "I'm trilled to win as an amateur and professional," said Bradshaw after he had captured the West Virginia championship Friday with a one-stroke victory over three contenders on the Cobb Course at Glade Springs Resort in Daniels, W.Va.
NEWS
June 30, 2006
GOLF Bradshaw, Lacy tied for lead at W.Va. Open DANIELS, W.Va. (AP) - Ken Lacy of Chapmanville shot a 3-under-par 69 in the second round of the West Virginia Open on Thursday to claim a share of the lead with David Bradshaw of Harpers Ferry. Lacy and Bradshaw were both at 3-under-141 heading into today's round at The Resort at Glade Springs' 7,121-yard, par-72 Cobb Course. Bradshaw shot 73 on Thursday after carding a 68 in Wednesday's opening round. "I felt like the golf gods weren't on my side today," Bradshaw said.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | June 18, 2006
David Bradshaw says he is normally a night person, but he might get to bed early tonight so he's ready to face a challenge that could land him a berth in the Booz Allen Classic that begins Thursday at TPC Avenel in Potomac, Md. Bradshaw, a Shepherd University graduate from Harpers Ferry, W.Va., will be among 72 hopefuls in the Monday qualifier, a normal ritual on the PGA Tour that preceeds the regular event. It is expected that up to 15 PGA Tour professionals will also be in the qualifier.
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