Webb Heintzelman of Bethesda hit a wedge approach shot 2 1/2 feet from the final hole, then tapped in the putt for a birdie to win the 36-hole Templeton Oldsmobile Open by one shot today at Prince William in Nokesville, Va. Heintzelman, an assistant pro at Montgomery Village, finished with a 69 for a 3-under-par 137 and won $2,500 to edge Richard Stallings (67 -- 138) of Sarasota, Fla.
"That was the best shot I hit all week," said Heintzelman, of his clinching second shot to the par-4 finishing hole. "I wasn't really sure of the distance, I just went right at the pin."
Brian Staveley of Bowie finished third at 72 -- 139. Amateur Darren Veitch, a former Washington Capital who shared the first-round lead with Staveley, shot 77 to finish tied for 14th at 144 . . .
Tony DeLuca of Vienna, who won the H and J Open charity tournament at Langston last month, is entered in this weekend's 25th annual $7,000 Capital City Open at the same course, at 26th Street and Benning Road NE. An amateurs-only scrambles tournament is scheduled for June 20, followed June 21-22 by the 36-hole tournament, which has seen past winners such as Washington Senior PGA Tour pro Lee Elder and Calvin Peete.