August 5, 2013 | Vol. 94, No. 182


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ZAK Langdon of Ironwood tees off on the par 4 435-yard first hole during the Gogebic Country Club men\'s club championship Sunday. They were even through 18 holes, while Langdon birdied the first playoff hole to beat Travis Tauer of Ironwood. Tauer had a bad chip on the playoff hole, which is considered the second hardest hole on the course."It gave me an opportunity to be more aggressive on my putt, so it worked out good," Langdon said. "Me and Travis are friends; we golf during the week, so it was almost like a normal match." In the senior division, Jerry