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Control, touch, critical for Guam golfers

For as far as the team Guam golfers can crush the ball off the tee, the scouting report on the Royal Samoa Country Club at Fagali’i suggests the driver stay in the bag.

“I’ve been told that it’s a very short course, with mandatory layups. It’s all risk-reward getting to the green, so it’s gonna come down to the short game,” said Team Guam captain Daryl Poe. “But that’s OK. Everybody putts well and John-Anthony Muna, he’s one of the best putters on Guam. If he gets the ball rolling, let me tell you — he can shoot some really low numbers.”

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