Roger Clemens ties for ninth at World Am finals

The most famous player at the World Amateur Handicap Championship also happened to be one of the most famous pitchers in the history of baseball, and he also happened to be one of the finalists at the 3,091-player tournament being held this week in Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
Roger Clemens tied for ninth among 74 players to reach the final round Friday, in which all the flight winners squared off for the title. Clemens, an eight handicap, shot a net 71.

Robert Mieczkowski, an 11 handicap, shot a net 65 to win the championship by one stroke.
Complete scores are here.

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by Kevin Cunningham