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Bob Nicolletti, Cathi Birmingham, Mike Donovan and Jack Dobson teamed for a 60 on the Bay to Sand course to win the annual Sandpiper Bay Super Bowl Scramble on Feb. 3.
Don Moore, Candace Cochrane, Tom Birmingham and Gordon Coulson were second at 62.
Oliver Marky, Dan Alsup, Bill Lester and Perry Weedon finished third at 63 with Gene McDonald, Bob Eason, Lois Redman and Ron Redman fourth at 64.
Tom Ioven was the Piper to Bay Flight winner and Herb Wheelock took honors in the Sand to Piper Flight in an individual Stableford tournament on Jan. 30.
Dan Copeland was second in the Piper to Bay Flight, followed by Bernie Fowler (3rd), Greg Gallius (4th), Don Capretta and Bob Bryce (tie 5th), Al Hooker (7th) and Mike Matlock, John Grossglass and Gary Orendorf (tie 8th).
Tony Hanna finished second in the Sand to Piper Flight with Wayne Purdy (3rd), David Lasser (4th), Dobson (5th) and Vince Niland (6th).
Howard Scutt, Paul Salerno, Jack Harrison and Tom Bowen came in at 18 under par to win the Brierwood Men’s tournament on Jan. 31.
Teams counted one best ball on par 5s, two best balls on par 4s and three best balls on par 3s.
Jim Robinson, George Edwards, Guy DeRasmo and Al Butler were second at 11 under.
Harvey Hundley, Morris Hall, Bernie Gruzlewski and a blind draw took third at 10 under.
Each team counted one gross and one net in the Jan. 28 tournament.
Scutt, Hundley, DeRasmo and Joe Brust tied with Bob Nobes, Tom Kronyak, Chuck Nash and a blind draw at 10 under.
Salerno, Bowen, Chuck Hornfeck and Ralph Trimmer were second at 3 over par.
Edwards, Bob Janovic, Hall and Harrison came in third at 5 over.
Carolina Bogey Busters
Bruce Kertcher and Ralph Phillips were the winners in the Carolina Bogey Busters tournament at Carolina Shores.
Kertcher won A Flight low gross (77) and low net (61) while Phillips won B Flight with an 87 gross and 61 net.
Larry Frazier was the runner-up in A Flight low gross with an 82 with Charlie Dugan at 84.
Mark Segar came in second in A Flight low net with a 66 with Frazier and Dugan tied with 68s.
John Ciemniewski was second in B Flight low gross (90) and low net (63). Pete MeGerr took third in both with a 91 gross and 67 net.
Ron Otten won closest to the pin honors in A Flight with McGerr winning in B Flight.
Dugan had 28 putts to win that category with Kertcher and Phillips tied for second with 29. Tom Ditzler and Bob Fye each had 30.
Jerry Way had a net 65 to win Flight A in the Calabash Elks tournament Jan. 30 at Brierwood.
Ed Kerr and John Parisi tied for second with 70s.
John Duthie captured Flight B with a 69 with Earl Stone at 72.
Jim Newmeyer and Joe Vulpis tied for Flight C honors with 63s. Ralph Capuano was third at 68.
Closest to the pin winners were Bob Malone, Duthie, Al Wright and Al Timczyk.
Sea Trail Ladies
Jo Ann Barton turned in a 61 to win the Sea Trail ladies tournament Jan. 30 on the Maples Course.
Each player converted her worst hole on each nine to par.
Eileen Barr was second at 63 with Madeline Dubas winning a match of cards from Denise Reiner for third at 64.
Martie Tittle was fifth with a 65, followed by Sue Shackleton, Janet Keppler and Loretta DeVita at 66. Shackleton won the match of cards.
Dubas birdied No. 13 and Betty Halloran No. 8.
Ruth Apalinski had a chip-in on No. 16, Mary Bergere on No. 11 and Joan Scheidle on No. 9.
Carolina Shores CC Men
Bob Barrett, Dan Roberts, Bob Fyock and Ron Buck were the winners at plus 8 in the Carolina Shores Country Club Men’s Stableford tournament on Jan. 30.
Jerry Strickler, Roger Thompson, John Kain and Leo Jarmusz came in second at plus 7.
Frank Talak, Gene Sanborn, Bob Schober and Tony Languell were third.
Sea Trail Men
Brian Blaine, Tom Robbins, Fred Stephens and Dick Zinser combined for a plus 6 and won the A Flight in the Sea Trail men’s team Stableford tournament Jan. 30 on the Byrd Course.
Ches Burton, Jim Hitchcock, Ron Jenei and Len Steiner took second at plus 2.
Dick Couch, Brad Dague, George Scheidle and Charlie Schorpp claimed the B Flight with a plus 14.
Thomas Layden, Ben Madura, Bill Marsden and a blind draw were second at minus 1.
Norm Christen, Ron Dubas, George Hill and Jim Gooding won C Flight with a minus 3.
John Burton, Bill Locke, Norm Melanson and a blind draw were second at minus 4.
George Bartley, Dennis deLagarde, Dave Salisch and Stan Tempsick won D Flight with a plus 12.
Hank DeMattia, Dick Lehrer, Lou Perna and George Spinatsch were second at plus 11.
Max Fearn, Al Magee and Tom McMaster posted a plus 9 to win the GlensRovers tournament Jan. 31 at Glen Dornoch.
Players earned one point for a bogey, two points for par, four points for birdie and eight points for eagle.
Bill Sale, Tom Leach and Mike Matlock came in second at minus 6 with Al Roeder, Jay Valkenburg and Bill Bushkie third.
In a Texas scramble tournament Jan. 29 at Possum Trot, Jay Valkenburg, Bill Sale, Tom McMaster and Max Fearn came in first at minus 39.
Al Magee, Bill Bushkie, Jack Brooks and Ed Sheets were second at minus 36.
Tom Leach, Mickey Turner, Al Roeder and Mike Matlock came in third at minus 35.
Ocean Ridge Ladies
Linda Buck, Ann Turner, Margaret Dinda and a blind draw finished at minus 10 to win the Ocean Ridge ladies three low nets tournament Jan. 30 on Lion’s Paw.
Linda VanHorn, Sue Kane, Judy Keegan and Debbie MacFarlane came in second at minus 8.
Michelle Sherwood, Lorraine Crosby, Carole Schuster and Diana Gruver were third at minus 6.
Grace Loyack, Grace Bradicich, Nancy MacDonald and Roberta Drummond were fourth at even.
Jeanne Maxon, Doris Fairchild, Frankie Neal and Marie Pugh took fifth at plus 2.
Sherwood shot an 88 for low gross honors with Keegan winning low net at 71.
Debbie Vankoski chipped in for birdie on No. 11.
Sherwood birdied No. 2 and VanHorn and Sue Kane No. 11.
Loyack had a chip-in on No. 13, Wendy Kent, Ann Turner and Linda Johnston on No. 7 and Nance Stamboni on No. 9.
Maxon won low gross and Doris McGlaughlin low net as the women played a casual nine-hole event Jan. 28 on Panther’s Run.
Toni Roe and McGlaughlin birdied No. 2 and Sherwood No. 11.
Crow Creek Men
John Krug, Pat Connelly and Ray Hickey won the Crow Creek men’s team total quota points tournament Jan. 29 at Heather Glen.
Rich Kimsal, Andy McCorison and Don Manning were second.
Individual winners were Jerry Dickson in A Flight, Connelly in B Flight and Bob Klopp in C Flight.
Reese Evans shot a 68 to win low gross and teamed with Bob Byrne and Jim Quigley for a plus 24 to win the team modified Stableford as the Beachcombers played Cypress Bay.
Paul Michal was second in low gross with an 82 with Stu Cleveland, Byrne and Gary Guthiel at 88.
Evans also won low net with a 61 with Bill Cammeron, Byrne and Michal at 69.
Evans won three skins, Michal two and Bob Smith, Hal Riebesehl, Jim Ritter, Bob Brownley and Roger Dunham one each.
Rose Reiter, Fran Thomas, Haywood Edmundson and Joe Reiter tied at 1 over par with the team of Pat Wolff, Marianne Nobes, Rita DuGan and Bob Nobes in the Brierwood mixed nine-hole scramble on Jan. 30.
Martha Hannon came in with a 26 to win the Renegades Mutt & Jeff tournament Jan. 31 at Carolina Shores.
Players counted scores on the par 3s and par 5s and used one-half handicap.
Kathy Hahl was second at 28 with Pauline Millosky, Kathy Harniman and Barbara Malina tied for third at 29.
Malina shot a 99 to win overall low gross. Dolores Sanborn was second at 100 with Donna Watkins at 103.
Hannon won low net with a 66 with Malina at 68 and Harniman at 71.
Malina took low putts with 31.
Sanborn had a chip-in on No. 11.
Frank Janton, Boomer Needham, John Methvin and Joe Gallo teamed for a 34 and the win in the C.F.A.G. tournament Feb. 1 at Meadowlands.
Team scoring was one net per hole with play called after 10 holes because of bad weather.
Steve Maiorca, Sid Pennington, Ron Doeblin and a blind draw placed second with 35.
Pennington, Methvin, Gallo and a blind draw won the captain’s choice scramble Jan. 30 at Farmstead with a 68.
Jim Kennedy, John Ducey, John Ogden and Needham were second with 69.
Ned Meier, Needham, Gallo and a blind draw won the Jan. 28 tournament at Farmstead with a 123.
Teams scored two nets per hole. Jody Serensits, Hugh Chinn, Pennington and Methvin were second with 130.
Ocean Ridge Men
Doug MacDonald, George James, Bob Larkin 2 and John Pugh posted a minus 23 and won a match of cards to place first in the Ocean Ridge men’s tournament Jan. 30 on Tiger’s Eye.
The game was count two net scores on par 4s, three net scores on par 5s and four net scores on par 3s.
Guy Giancarlo, Greg Lipscomb, John Wehner and Dave Arnold were second at minus 23.
Bill Brotemarkle, Bob Dugan, Norm Fitzgerald and Lou Stamboni were third at minus 21 with Tom Johnson, Jim Crosby, Carl Schuster and a blind draw fourth at minus 16.
Roger Buck, George Cassidy, Walter Milnichuk and Pugh finished at minus 19 to win the three net scores tournament Jan. 28 on Lion’s Paw.
Kevin Cotter, Schuster, Gary Halberstadt and Ted Pounds were second at minus 17.
Bernie Powers, Wayne Underhill, Wehner and a blind draw won a match of cards from MacDonald, James, Rich Scaler and John Lukasik for third at minus 14.
Carolina Shores Niners
Phyllis Gumbrell took A Flight low gross honors with Janice Garvin the runner-up in the Carolina Shores Niners tournament on Jan. 31.
Joanne Reidel and Nancy Harthausen tied for low net.
T.J. Bagley captured B Flight low gross with Bev Shaw second. Shaw and Bagley tied for low net honors.
Gumbrell also won A Flight low gross in the Jan. 24 tournament with Jean Sanborn taking second.
Sanborn took low net with Gumbrell finishing second.
Bagley won both low gross and low net in B Flight with Gwyn DeRenne second in both categories.
Carolina Shores Ladies
Dawn Rubin shot an 82 to win the Carolina Shores ladies low gross tournament on Jan. 31.
Betty Ikens won low net with a 65.
Phyllis Welch won a match of cards for second low gross with an 84.
Lynn Jerr was the runner-up in low net with a 69.
Welch birdied Nos. 7 and 11, Bernice Morris No. 7, Marie Strickler No. 12 and Rubin No. 14.
Ocean Ridge Couples
Don and Daphne Bridwell and Walter and Carole Milnichuk teamed for a minus 20 and the win in the Ocean Ridge Couples tournament Feb. 3 on Tiger’s Eye.
Each two-couple team used one net from each couple on every hole.
Norm and Pam Fitzgerald and Joe and Frankie Neal were second at minus 19.
There was a three-way tie for third at minus 12 between Roger and Linda Buck and Bob and Grace Bradicich; Gregory Lipscomb, Debbie MacFarlane and Fred and Pam Bank; and George James, Ann Turner and Pete and Becky Williams.
Brick Landing Men
Dwight Christenbury, Chuck Dixon, Eric Nelson and Bob Grabb tied with Jim Barrett, Glen Gayheart, Ted Lide and Bob Melleky at minus 23 in the Brick Landing men’s tournament on Jan. 29.
Teams counted two net balls per hole on the front nine and three net balls per hole on the back nine.
Gene Bonstein, Ken Horton, Bob Mularczyk and Alan Morrissey were second at minus 22.
Grabb, Bill Kosanke, Morrissey, Don Seidler, Lide, Larry Agrimonti, Dave Biesack and Mike O’Brien each won one skin.
Paul Groves and Ray Wiltbank combined for a plus 10.5 to win A Flight in the Meadowlands Men’s Stableford tournament Jan. 29 at Farmstead.
Kerry Ortmeyer and Bob McKissock took second at plus 6 with Yvon Montour and Ray Leconte third at plus 4.
Bill Favro and Howie Murphy came in at minus 1 to win B Flight.
Bob Wiltbank and Paul Hourigan were second at minus 1.5 with Keath Hayn and Bud Pierce third at minus 2.
Sivert Claesson and Geoff Browne captured C Flight with a plus 4.
Jim Poole and Bill Tencza were second at plus 3 with Ed Hobgood and Larry Zub at plus 2.
Glen Hafffield and Harry Birnie were the D Flight winners at plus 4.5.
Ken Elis and Bill Kasper finished second at minus 0.5, beating Jim Moash and Ed Peters on a match of cards.
Flight winners were Ray Wiltbank in A at plus 5.5, Hourigan in B at plus 3.5, Poole in C at plus 3 and Haffield in D at plus 4.
Mary Jane Labant and Linda Connelly turned in a 182 to win low gross as the Meadowlands Missfits played a blind partners tournament Feb. 4 at Meadowlands.
Phyllis Welch and Sue Hobgood came in second with 186.
Gwen Jerome and Janis Ortmeyer won low net with 142.
Ann Fiore and Linda Blewitt won a match of cards to finish second at 146.
Ortmeyer chipped in for birdie on No. 10.
Donna Phelps birdied No. 15 and Welch had birdies on Nos. 14 and 15.
Sally Davis chipped in on No. 9 and Pat Hamrick on No. 14.
Loren Ruck, Bob Keil, Bill Bowden and Woody Knox posted a 118 to win the Calabash Veterans 1-2-3 tournament Feb. 4 at Brierwood.
Closest to the pin winners were Bill McDavit with two, Bob Champion and Knox.