MARQUETTE - Dale Bayer of Ishpeming saved his best for last, and it got him a Upper Peninsula Golf Association championship on Tuesday afternoon.
Bayer shot 72 a day after posting 74 on the Heritage Course at the Marquette Golf Club to finish with 146 and capture the UPGA's Senior Championship by two strokes.
He made up two shots on first-round leader Scott Marineau of Marinette, Wis., and a shot on Rich Koskey, who shot 76 on Tuesday for a third-place total of 149.
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In between them was Bill King of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, who like Bayer shot 72 on Tuesday to finish at 148.
And in fourth place was Bob Bartkowiak of Marquette, who shot 76-74 for 150.
Winners were also named in eight flights - 1st, Jeff McCall, 155; 2nd, Phil Johnson, 156; 3rd, Jeff Jayne, 168; 4th, Jim Scully, 168; 5th, Daryll Larson, 178; 6th, Paul Healy, 186; 7th, Craig Farrell, 195; and 8th, Jack Herman, 214.