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Duffy takes top flight in Ocean Ridge Ringers
Sally Duffy posted a net 62 to take Flight One honors in the Ocean Ridge Ladies Ringers Tournament Feb. 11 and 13 on Panther’s Run.
It was an individual stroke play event in which players try to obtain a best net score on each hole in a 36-hole tournament.
Michelle Sherwood came in second with a 63.
Linda Buck captured Flight Two with a 69. Sue Kane was second at 70 with Pam Fitzgerald at 71.
Sharon Simon had a 62 to win Flight Three. Pam Bank was the runner-up at 66 with Kathy Giancarlo at 70.
Diane Wright was the Flight Four winner with a 62. Judy Keegan was second a 67 and Roberta Drummond third at 69.
Diana Gruver took Flight Five with a 68.
Sherwood had birdies on Nos. 6 and 11 on Feb. 11 and Karen McCloskey had a birdie on No. 11.
Keegan chipped in on No. 6.
Jim Robinson, George Edwards, Chuck Hornfeck and Jack Harrison combined for a 17 under par to win the Brierwood Men’s tournament on Feb. 14.
Teams counted two best balls on the front nine and one best ball on the back nine.
Paul Salerno, Dave Harper, Tom Bowen and a blind draw took second with 7 under par with Howard Scutt, Guy DeRasmo, Les Craft and a blind draw third at 5 under par.
In a two best balls tournament Feb. 11, Bernie Gruzlewski, DeRasmo, Morris Hall and a blind draw came in at 13 under par to take the victory.
Bob Nobes, Hornfeck, Harrison and a blind draw were second at 10 under.
Edwards, Harper, Tom Kronyak and Craft finished third at 3 under.
Ron Doeblin shot an 83 to win A Flight low gross while John Ciemniewski and Bob Fye came in with 91s to share B Flight honors in the Carolina Bogey Busters tournament Feb. 12 at Carolina Shores.
Mark Segar was second to Doeblin with an 84 with Dick Wilson and Tom Ditzler at 85.
Ditzler captured low net with a 64 with Doeblin and Segar at 66 and Ron Otten at 67.
Pete McGerr was third in B Flight low gross with a 95 with Pat Perryman at 96.
Ciemniewski took low net at 66 with Matt Dunn next at 67 and Perryman at 68.
Bill Allen won closest to the pin honors on No. 12 in A Flight with Jim Burke taking B Flight honors.
Otten won low putts with 24. Burke and Charlie Dugan had 27 each with Wilson and Fye at 28 and Ditzler at 30.
Segar and Ciemniewski were the flight winners Feb. 5 at Brierwood.
Segar took A Flight low gross with an 81 and low net with a 63 while Ciemniewski won B Flight low gross with a 90 and low net with 65. Segar also won closest to the pin on No. 14.
Dugan and Otten were second to Segar in low gross with Doeblin at 89. Otten was second in low net with a 66 with Dugan in at 68.
Fye was second in B Flight low gross at 99 with McGerr third at 100.
Perryman finished second in low net with a 73 with McGerr third at 76.
Otten won low putts with 28. Segar had 29 with Ditzler and Doeblin at 31 and Burke at 33.
Lockwood Folly Ladies
Laura Botto had 30 putts to win the Lockwood Folly ladies low putts tournament on Feb. 14.
Sheila Schreiber was second with 32 and Judy Galletto third with 33.
Lowell Wilcox, Ed Sheets, Jack Robbins (who shot a 79) and Cecile Guest turned in a minus 28 to win the GlensRovers 1-2-3 waltz tournament Feb. 16 at Heather Glen.
Teams counted two best balls on the first hole, three best balls on the second and all four on the third hole and repeated through 18 holes.
Second place went to Mike Matlock, Al Magee, Bill Sale and Jack Brooks.
The team of Magee, Tom McMasters, Matlock and Bill Bushkie finished at minus 22 and came in first in the Feb. 14 event at Possum Trot.
Tom Leach, Wilcox, Bill Sale and Eugene Foster took second at minus 14.
Scoring was based on one low net for holes 1-5, two low nets on holes 6-10, three low nets on holes 11-15 and four low nets on holes 16-18.
Leach and Wayne Lorenz tied for first place with minus 4s in the “Shoot Your Handicap” tournament Feb. 12 at Heather Glen.
The objective was to shoot the most strokes below the goal or fewest strokes above the goal.
Magee was second at minus 3. Wilcox and Bushkie shared third at minus 2.
Jeanette Burton, Sue Hobgood, Myriam LaConte and Judy Hardin each shot 91, with Burton winning a match cards for first place in the Meadowlands Missfits tournament Feb. 11 at Farmstead.
A match of cards also determined the second through fourth finishers. Anna Merritt was fifth at 92.
Sally Davis won low net with a 66.
Nancy Griffin and Yvonne Kadahl tied for second with 71s with Griffin winning the match of cards.
Lori Schommer and Carol Boudreau had 72s with Schommer taking the match of cards.
Barbara Finn chipped in for birdie on No. 3. LaConte made birdie on No. 4 and Mary Jane Labant on No. 11.
Merritt chipped in on No. 9.
Sea Trail Ladies
Ilene McAllister posted a 38 to win the Sea Trail ladies tournament Feb. 13 on the Jones Course.
The game was par 4s using one-half handicap.
Lynn Wiedman was the runner-up with a 39. Loretta DeVita and Janet Jacobson each finished at 41 with DeVita winning a match of cards.
Mary Alice Jerome, Sherry Abernethy and Candy Fowler each had a 43 with the order of finish determined by a match of cards.
Denise Kenny and Louisa Clatterbuck tied with 44s with Kenny taking the match of cards.
McAllister birdied No. 13 and Joan Friedman had a chip-in on No. 17.
Crow Creek Men
Rich Murphy, Mike Murphy, Don Manning and Rich Kimsal had a winning score of plus 8 using a total team quota points system in the Crow Creek men’s league on Feb. 12.
John Krug, Bill Schaeffer, Paul Murray and Bob Lesko came in second at plus 4.
Flight winners were Krug in A, Schaeffer in B, Murray in C and Mike Murphy in D.
Nancy Kumlin shot an 87 and chipped in for birdie on No. 6 to win A Flight honors in the Brierwood women’s low gross/low net tournament Feb. 12.
Irene Bryant took low net with a 67, followed by Sara McCullough and Mickey Salerno at 71.
Carolu Waldron won Flight B low gross with a 101.
Cindy Northrup captured low net at 71 with Joanne Davis at 73.
Gloria Brkal shot a 108 to take Flight C low gross.
Jean Billie won low net with a 68 with Rita DuGan and Carol Fitz-Gerald tied for second with 70s.
Fitz-Gerald had a chip-in on No. 1, Billie on No. 5 and Brkal and DuGan on No. 6.
Carolina Shores CC Men
Nick DePalo and Dick Polonski teamed for a net 57 and won the Carolina Shores Country Club Men’s Member-Member Tournament on Feb. 15.
The format was best net score on each hole.
Mal Mac Raild and John Kain were the runners-up at 58.
Joe Farmarco and Ray Girard took third at 59 with Gary Stewart and Gene Sanborn fourth at 60. Bill Gibbs and Bob Fyock were fifth at 61.
Art Hahl and Jay Leskowicz each shot 72 to share low gross honors.
Closest to the pin winners were Bill Marsh on No. 3, Don Rose on No. 7, Jerry Strickler on No. 12 and Leskowicz on No. 17.
Fyock, Strickler, Polonski and Sanborn turned in a plus 13 to win the weekly Stableford tournament on Feb. 13.
Larry Enright, Dick Boyle, Joe Fioravanti and Girard were second with plus 6.
Ed Dupuis, Bob Alexander, Mac Raild and Gerry Procviet came in third.
Winning skins were Stewart, Alexander, Procviet, Sanborn and Enright.
On Feb. 9, Mike Devereaux carded an eagle on the par-4 18th hole using a 6-iron.
Sea Trail Men
Dick Brawley and Jim Hunt carded a net 63 and won a match of cards to take top honors in Flight A in the Sea Trail men’s tournament Feb. 12 on the Byrd Course.
Each twosome counted its better net ball. Lou DeVita and Len Steiner were second.
Ron Dubas and Gene Scheck had a 64 and won a match of cards to finish third. Dick Couch and Kurt Hugelmeyer took fourth.
Mike Campbell and Brad Dague won Flight B with 61 and a winning match of cards from Dan Davis and Bubber Youngblood.
Frank Martorelli and Dick Sellers posted a 62 to take third. Art Olsen and Dave Salisch had a 63.
Joe Carpinello and George Hill took first place in Flight C with a 56.
Duane Lewis and John Olson had a 61 and won a match of cards from Doug Bergere and Ron Klein for second.
John Johnsen and Bill Locke finished with 65 and won a match of cards.
Guy Mulford and Howard Van Dusen carded a 58 to capture Flight D.
Ches Burton and Ed Seidel placed second with 59.
Jack Bender and Jack Carlson finished third with a 60. Bob Bobinski and Tony Imondi had a 62 and won a match of cards.
Tina Teipel, Jean Lacerenza, Janice Owens and a blind draw were the winners in the Brierwood Foxy Ladies tournament Feb. 14 at Sea Trail’s Maples Course.
The teams played two best balls of foursome.
There was a three-way tie for second between the teams of Mona Dye, Rita DuGan, Pat Kronyak and Margaret Wood; Pat Abell, Cindy Northrup, Ruth Linder and a blind draw; and Joan Russell, Cheryl Robinson, Mimi Ostrager and a blind draw.
Jerry Rubin, Sid Pennington, Frank Janton, Don Pallanck, Von Hincher, Joe Meo and John Methvin combined to shoot 176 in the C.F.A.G. tournament Feb. 15 at Farmstead.
Teams scored three nets per hole.
Jim Kennedy, Hincher, George O’Connell and Meo placed first with 67 in the Feb. 13 tournament at Meadowlands.
Format for the day was captain’s choice. Bill Gleeson, Rich West, John Methvin and Ed Ford were second on a match of cards with 69.
Janton, Jack Bruch, Pallanck and Cliff Musselman won the Feb. 12 tournament at Farmstead with a 123.
Teams scored two nets per hole. Hugh Chinn, Pennington, Steve Maiorca and Joe Gallo took second on a match of cards with 128.
Ocean Ridge Men
Tom Johnson and Bruce Billings teamed for a net 73 and won a match of cards from Steve Westfall and Greg Lipscomb to claim First Flight honors in the Ocean Ridge men’s team total net tournament Feb. 13 on Lion’s Paw.
Frank McGrath and Greg Kent were second at 74.
Rick McCafferty and Jim Crosby won Second Flight with a 72.
John Powers and George James bested Roger Buck and Larry Wright on a match of cards for second at 76.
David Ayres and Bill Sasser took Third Flight with a 72.
Russ Johnson and Dick Jania were second at 73, winning a match of cards from Joe Vankoski and Dick Connolly.
Fred Bank and a blind draw won Fourth Flight at 61.
Dave Arnold and Ted Pounds won a match of cards from Rich Scaler and Carl Schuster for second at 74.
Johnson, John Olio, Wally Milnichuk and Dick Treible teamed for a minus 4 and the win in the Feb. 11 tournament on Lion’s Paw.
The teams scored two net scores on holes 1-6, three net scores on holes 7-12 and four net scores on holes 13-18.
Ed McCloskey, Sasser, Frank Thomas and a blind draw were second at even.
Chuck Gibson, George James, Ken Russell and Schuster came in third at plus 3.
Beau Glanton, Ed Gruver, Bill Edwards and Gene Jenkins were fourth at plus 6.
Bill Johnston, Lipscomb, Bob Fatzinger and Don Rowland took fifth at plus 9.
On Feb. 12, the team of McCloskey, Ayres, Jania and Fred Thorne posted a minus 20 to win the tournament at The Legends Moorland course.
The game was count two nets on the par 4s and three nets on the par 5s and par 3s.
Alex Brooker, Bert Kuthe, Bob Larkin 2 and Dick Atkinson were second at minus 17.
Al Keegan, Gary Halberstadt, John Weaver and Treible finished third at minus 13.
Doug MacDonald, Don Bridwell, Bob Theiss and a blind draw were fourth at minus 12.
Gordon Wicke, Chappy Jones, Ron Sorice and Bill DeHaan were fifth at minus 10.
Sally Nolan had a net 40 to take the win in the Renegades tournament Feb. 14 at Carolina Shores.
The game was subtracting the par 5s using full handicap.
Martha Hannon was second at 42 with Pauline Millosky and Pat Straight tied for third with 43s.
Jean Falls shot 100 to win low gross honors. Millosky was second at 102 and Dolores Sanborn third at 104.
A match of cards broke the three-way tie for low net at 72 between Millosky, Betty Johnston and Hannon.
Millosky took low putts with 30.
Carol Groner and Straight chipped in on No. 8.
Ed Kerr, Donnie Studds, Bob Mecleary and a blind draw won overall and back nine honors in the Fadeaways modified Stableford tournament Feb. 15 at Tiger’s Eye. They had a plus 7 overall and plus 6 on the back nine.
Ted Peters, Ray Ketcham, Earl Dushane and Ed Castinidos won the front nine with plus 4 .
Flight winners were Peters in A at plus 7, Studds in B at plus 2, Frank Steffanelli in C at plus 1 and Mickey Golden in D at plus 3.
Bob Byrne, Jim Ritter and Dan O’Connell combined for a minus 7 to win the Beachcombers team low net tournament Feb. 15 at Carolina Shores.
Gary Guthiel shot an 86 to win low gross with O’Connell and Hal Riebesehl at 87 and Paul Michal at 88.
Bob Smith won low net with a 66. O’Connell was next at 67, followed by Riebesehl and Bob Brownley at 68.
John Emerson and Charlie Weber came in with a plus 11 to win the Calabashers two-man Stableford tournament Feb. 15 at Sandpiper Bay.
Rod Rodriguez and Wash Dayton finished second at plus .
Ocean Ridge Couples
The team of Roger and Linda Buck and Bill and Marita Sasser tied with Guy and Kathy Giancarlo and Don and Daphne Bridwell for top honors in the Ocean Ridge Couples tournament Feb. 17 at Tiger’s Eye.
Both foursomes finished at minus 25.
Teams counted three net scores on No. 1, two net scores on No. 2 and one net score on No. 3 and repeated through 18 holes.
Ed and Diana Gruver, Robert Hartman and Walter Milnichuk were third at minus 24.
In a tie for fourth at minus 23 were the teams of Al and Judy Keegan and Fred and Pam Bank with Chappy and Peggy Jones and John and Marlyn Olio.
Brick Landing Men
Gene Bonstein, Al Zyga, Chuck Gibson and Alan Morrissey teamed for a plus 10.5 to win the Brick Landing men’s shootout on Feb. 16.
Ken Urban, Tom Edwards, Dave Igelman and a blind draw tied with John McGuirt, George Dowdy, Larry Agrimonti and Bob Melleky for second at plus 7.
Zyga and Dowdy tied for individual honors at plus 9 with Owen Letter third at plus 5.
Bonstein, Dowdy, Eric Nelson and Bob Grabb posted a minus 35 to win the two best net scores tournament on Feb. 11.
Ray Audette, Chuck Dixon, Bobby Jones and Morrissey were second at minus 31.
Dave Biesack, Bill Kosanke, Agrimonti and Jay Votaw were third at minus 28.
Winning skins were Melleky, Grabb, Bill Fredericks and Dowdy.
Jim Boone, Paul Hourigan, Geoff Browne and Ed Peters came in at plus 35.5 to win the Meadowlands Men’s Stableford tournament Feb. 12 at Farmstead using a Shamble format.
Ray LaConte, Bill Cleaver, Nick Calderaro and Russ Thompson were second at 32.5 with Ray Wiltbank, Dick Turner, Jack Monahan and Mike Naudus third at 23.5.
LaConte’s team won the front nine with a plus 19.
Boone’s team was second at plus 18.5, followed by Roger Geitzen, Adam Peters, Bill Kasper and Ken Elis at plus 16.5.
Paul Groves, Bill Southard, Stan Lagiewski and Pat Finnegan won the back nine with a plus 17.
Boone’s foursome was second at plus 17 with Wiltbank’s team in third place at plus 16.5.
Flight winners were LaConte in A at plus 10.5, Hourigan in B at plus 13, Ed Hobgood in C at plus 14.5 and Calderaro and Ed Peters in D at plus 11.5.
Carolina Shores Ladies
Lois Howard had a net 64 to win the Carolina Shores Ladies String Game on Feb. 14.
Marlene Cleary came in second with a 67 with Carol Szarka shooting 70 and winning a match of cards from Karen Kertling for third. Betty Ikens was fifth at 71.
Cleary won low putts with 23.
Cleary birdied No. 11 and Judy Nicoletti No. 15.
Hertling had a chip-in on No. 9 and Dottie Meader on No. 4.
Nicoletti and Marie Strickler tied for low gross by shooting 85s.
Don Clark had a net 72 to win overall honors in the Players Golf Association individual low net tournament on Feb. 14.
Ray O’Donnell was the winner on the front nine with a 35 with Dick Pearce taking the back nine with a 34.
Closest to the pin winners were Clark at No. 5, Don Chappell at No. 8 and Bill Favro at Nos. 11 and 15.
In the cha-cha-cha tournament on Feb. 7, Favro, Jack Gorman, Roy Teasley and George Griffin posted a 122 and won a match of cards from Chappell, O’Donnell, Bill Kasper and Ron Wetherington.
Hal Moore, Clark, John McCloy and Carl Price were third at 123.
Pat Jones, Pearce, Ernie Schober and Bill Campbell finished fourth at 125.
Closest to the pin winners were O’Donnell at No. 2, Favro at No. 6 and McCloy at Nos. 12 and 17.
Carolina Shores Niners
Phyllis Gumbrell was the A Flight winner in low gross with Joanne Riedel taking low net in the Carolina Shores Niners tournament Feb. 14.
Riedel was second in low gross with Gumbrell the runner-up in low net.
Halla Cramer won both low gross and low net in B Flight.
Ellie Girard was second in low gross with Lana Golden second in low net.
Gumbrell also was the A Flight low gross winner Feb. 7 with Riedel taking low net.
Riedel was the runner-up in low gross with Nancy Harthausen finishing second in low net.
T.J. Bagley won both low gross and low net in B Flight with Rosemary Jones finishing second in both categories.