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Bill Hoefle leads Waterloo Open Professionals

Bill Hoefle leads Waterloo Open Professionals

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Bill Hoefle of Marion shot a first round score of 9 under par 63 at Irv Warren to lead the dash for $55,000 in cash at the Waterloo Open.  Jeffery Kellen and Robert Russell are tied for second at 8 under par 64 and there are another 13 golfers within three shots of the lead. Defending Waterloo Open champion Mark Blakeman struggled on the first day shooting a one under par 71 which puts him in a tie for 92nd place.

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