60s: 5) Michael Barnes d. Laurence Hammel; Barnes beat #2 seed David Nash and Hammel beat #1 seed Hugh Thomson en route to the final.
65s: Jimmy Parker, "young again" in the 65s, beat the 2007 world champion, Fred Drilling in the final
70s: King Van Nostrand made a victorious return to top national play, beating Francis Juhasz in the final.
75s: Lorne Main continued his domination of the men’s 75s world wide, beating David Rothgaber in the final. 2nd seeded Chuck Devoe lost in the quarters (but rebounded to win the 75 doubles)
80s: Another newcomer to an age division, Clem Hopp, beat Bob Meyerdierks in the final. Meyerdierks beat Jason Morton earlier in the tournament.
85s: (1) Edward Selfe d. (2) Robert Threadgill
90s: Anthony Coker won the 90s over Ira Boris.
55s: ) Maharaj/Turville d. (2) McEwen/Thomson
60s: 1) Nash/Parker d. (5) Broome/Burris (by default)
65s: 3) Drilling/Hall d. (2) Barbic/Griffin
70s: (1) Dodson/Vredevelt d. (4) Shakespeare/Winters
75s: 2) De Voe/McDonald d. (1) Main/Sinclair
80s: Martinetti/Weathers d. Adams/Bunge