Middle Atlantic PGA champion Larry Ringer, golf coach at the Naval Academy, teamed with Mike Cumberpatch of the Academy for best-ball 7-under-par 64 to win the Maryland State Golf Association Pro-Amateur yesterday at Towson (Md.) Golf and Country Club.
Jeff Zackman and seven-time Maryland Amateur champion Marty West of Columbia Country Club tied for second at 65 with Bill Bassler Jr. and former Maryland Amateur titleholder Kevin Allis of Rolling Road, and Jeff Staton and Joe Greenawalt of Kenwood.
Tied at 66 were Neil Pierce and Moose Brown, and Mike Norton and Bob Stewart. Both of those groups were from host Towson.
Middle Atlantic PGA Pro-Am:
Trevor Patmore of Woodlawn and Glen Barrett of Glenn Dale each shot 3-under-par 69 to share first place on the circuit stop at Belle Haven Country Club.
Patmore, an assistant pro, had four of his six birdies in the first seven holes for his best showing of the season.
Barrett, the head pro at Glenn Dale, had four birdies and a lone bogey on the 13th. Barrett, who won several pro-ams last year, also had his best outing of the year.
Barry McCarty of the host club and Gary Moore of Crofton shared low amateur honors with a score of 70. Moore's incoming 32 was low for the day on the par-36 back nine.
USGA Jr. Amateur Qualifying:
Tripp Shreves, who lives in Bethesda and plays out of Congressional, shot 72-73 for a 1-over-par total of 145 at Lakewood to lead two area qualifiers for the upcoming U.S. Golf Association Junior Amateur.
Tom Iredell of Rockville and Indian Spring was the other qualifier, with a pair of 73s for 146. Shane Patterson of Derwood and Norbeck Country Club was the alternate, 74-74 -- 148.
In USGA Junior qualifying at Chartwell near Severna Park, Md., the qualifiers were Alan Myers of the host club, 74-73 -- 147, and Tim Woda of Crofton, 74-74 -- 148.
The USGA Junior will be in Vail, Colo., Aug. 4-8.
Women's National Junior:
Kimberley Ann Cayce of Bethesda shot 81 and qualified for match play, which begins today, in the Women's Western Golf Association event at Hardscrabble Country Club in Fort Smith, Ark. The medalist, with a 2-over-par 74, was Coley Jordan of Richardson, Tex.