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New Year's Invitational golf tournament starts Jan. 5 at St. Petersburg Country Club

86th New Year's Invitational

When/where: Today-Sunday, St. Petersburg Country Club

Admission: Free

Divisions: Championship, mid-amateur, senior

Defending champ: Brandon Hagy, University of California

Notable: Hagy, mid-amateur champion Billy Williamson and senior champion Stuart Sierra all return. … The youngest player in the field is Kyle Shealy, a freshman at Canterbury High School and the St. Petersburg CC club champ. … 2010 USGA junior champion Jim Liu is in the field. … More than 20 colleges are represented, including Florida, Eckerd, North Florida, USF, UCF, FAU, Miami, Stetson and State College of Florida.

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Rodney Page, Times staff writer

New Year's Invitational golf tournament starts Jan. 5 at St. Petersburg Country Club 01/04/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 4, 2012 8:55pm]
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