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CAROLINA SHORES LGA
The Carolina Shores President’s Cup was played July 10 and July 17. The Cup winner, by a match of cards, was Dawn Rubin with a net of 138. She also had the fewest putts (26) and low gross (79). She birdied No. 9 and No. 12. Runner up was Marlene Cleary (138). She had the low net (70).
Chip-ins: Barb Juergens at No. 18, Sue Greiner at No. 6 and No. 13 and Carol Szarka at No. 2. She also birdied No. 2.
CAROLINA SHORES NINERS
In the A flight, Phyllis Gumbrell won low gross and low net in the tournament played July 3 at Carolina Shores. Janice Garvin took second for low gross and T. J. Bagley was second for low net. In the B flight, Gwyn DeRenne won the low gross and low net. Rose Mary Jones was second for low gross and Halla Cramer for low net. Jean Sanborn had a chip-in on hole No. 9.
On July 10, the Niners played a modified captain’s choice at Carolina Shores. The team of Phyllis Gumbrell, Janice Garvin, Nancy Harthausen and Jean Sanborn won first place. The team of Joann Lawall, Mary Fran Ryon, Halla Cramer and Gwyn DeRenne came in second.
In the tournament July 17 at Carolina Shores, Phyllis Gumbrell took first place in the A flight for both low gross and low net. Janice Garvin came in second in both categories. In the B flight, Mary Fran Ryon won first in low gross and low net. Rose Mary Jones was second in both categories.
Donna Watkins and Teddy Altreuter shot net 36s to win the odds and evens game July 17 at Carolina Shores. Coming in third was Kathy Hahl with a 38. Watkins and Altreuter also tied for low net with 66s. Betty Weaver shot a 70. Low gross went to Watkins with a 91, Altreuter with a 96 and Hahl with a 97. Hahl also made a birdie on No. 3 and Watkins had a chip-in on No. 10. Watkins also had the fewest putts (30).
BRIERWOOD CAROLINA BOGEY BUSTERS
The Carolina Bogey Busters played July 15 at Brierwood. Flight A, low gross: 1. Mark Segar, 82; 2. Bill Allen, 86; 3. Ron Doeblin, 87. Flight B, low gross: 1. Pete McGerr, 88; 2. Jim Burke, 94; 3. Jim Parsch and Dennis Sullivan, 95.
Flight A, low net: 1. Mark Segar, 66; 2. Steve White, 68; 3. Bill Allen and Ron Doeblin, 70. Flight B, low net: Pete McGerr, 66; 2. Dennis Sullivan, 68; 3. Jim Burke and Ralph Phillips, 72.
Closest to the pin at No. 9 was Mark Segar.
Fewest putts: Dick Wilson (25), Pete McGerr (29), Charlie Dugan (30), Ron Doeblin (31), Mark Segar (31), Steve White (33).
The Brierwood Men’s Golf Association played July 17 and the format was best ball on the par 5s, two best balls on the par fours and three best balls on the par 3s.
In first at 22-under par were George Edwards, Les Craft, Mike Prokop and a blind draw. In second at 21-under were Odie Johnson, Tom Kronyak, Walt Wilson and Dick Baynton. In third at 18-under were Dave Harper, Joe Brust, Jim Pope and Bill Miller.
Results of the matches July 14 at Meadowlands Golf Course: First flight, low gross was Mona Dye (76). Sandy Hulberg at 79 was second. Low net was Jean Lakey at 65. Sherry Marsh at 69 was second. Fewest putts: Mary Barclay (30).
In the second flight, low gross was a tie between Dottie Reynolds and Pam Fitzgerald (89). Bobbie Platukis and Rochelle Simpson were second at 90. Low net was a tie between Honey Martin and Kathy Siciland (71). Sue Kane at 72 was second. Fewest putts: Sue Hobgood (31).
In the third flight, low gross was Gwen Jerome (90). Mary Alice Jerome was second at 93. Low net was Elizabeth Fuller (70). Marge Lagden and Judith McCormack tied for second (73). Fewest putts: Lynn Weidman (33).
In the fourth flight, low gross was Thelma Albrecht (97). Diane Sloat was second (100). Low net was Ellen Lyons (72). Carrie Wilson was second at 74. Fewest putts: Vivian Rowe (33).
In the fifth flight, low gross was Karen Entwistle (103). Barbara Paolicelli was second at 104. Low net was Rose Marie Fassbende (76). Mary Kish was second at 78. Fewest putts: Evelyn Claus (33).
In the sixth flight, Mary Ward was first (103). Janet Fahey was second at 106.
Low net was Sue Sadlon (72). Pat Haniquet was second at 73. Fewest putts was a tie between Gloria Lee and Susan Halberstodt (37).
In the seventh flight, low gross was Janet Keppler (105). Pat Wahl was second at 107. Low net was Judy Taylor (72). Emily Campbell was second at 74. Fewest putts: Claudette Weter (31).
Results of the Flight Day matches July 14: Flight 1, Alcina Davis was first (71). Moe MacDonald was second (75). Flight 2, Gail Jennings was first (78). Wanda Krasniewicz was second (79). Flight 3, Barbara Berinoto was first (72). Dianne Lucarelli was second (74). Marilyn Suppa chipped in at Azalea No. 6.
Results of the July 16 Calabash Elks Golf League match at Brierwood: In the A flight, Jim Beairsto was first (61) and Bill Malloy second (68). In the B flight, Bob Malone was first (65) and Bill Parr second (68). In the C flight, Jim Miller was first (64) and Herb Broughton second (68).
Closest to the pin: On No. 3, Jim Beairsto, 8 feet. On No. 9, Bob Pidgeon, 5 feet. On No. 14, Glenn Matthews, 5-11. On No. 17, Bob Pidgeon, 7 feet.
The Calabashers played Woodland Valley Golf Course on July 18. The format was to use three low nets of the foursome as a foursome. The winning team was Loren Ruck, Mike McCormack, Hank Olsen and Tom Baston. Its score was minus 18. In second was the team was Rod Rodriguez, Larry Bollinger, Tom Nally and Bill Miller. Its score was minus 17.
CAROLINA NATIONAL LGA
Results of the two-man, best-ball match July 15: Flight I: 1. Diane Sloat and Pat Barclay, net 53; 2. Honey Martin and Sue Mukoda, net 59; 3. Linda Bergstrom and Chris Peacock, Jane Schlesser and Susan Hadenchuk, Dottie Reynolds and Judy Proffitt, net 61. Flight II: 1. Betsy Pessetto and Mimi Benson, net 55; 2. Cathy Genander and Bobbi Walker, net 62; 3. Carole McNeil and Marlene Staplefeldt, Chris Trickett and Ceil Washo, net 63.
AL GRAHAM STABLEFORD
Eight teams played in the July 16 tourney. The team of Mal Mac Raild, George Bridges, Dick Polonski and a blind draw finished first (plus 5). Second went to Gary Hertling, Steve Jones, Boots Bromwell and Jerry Strickler (plus 2). Third and fourth were decided by a match of cards among three teams with a plus 1. Third was awarded to Chet Drouin, Joe McDonough, Joe Fioravanti and a blind draw. Fourth went to Don Rose, Ron Buck, Frank Talak and Arnie Northrop. Six skins were won, one each by Buck, Bridges, Drouin, Dan Roberts, Don Koebel and John Crane.
The Beachcombers played a three low nets tournament July 18 at Carolina Shores. Winners with a score of 180 (minus 36) were Hal Riebesehl, Bill Cameron, Dan O’Connell and Paul Michal. Low net for the day went to Bob Byrne with a 79. Second place was Ed Smith with an 80. Low net was Ed Kinney with a 59. Bob Byrne was selected the golfer of the week.
Winning team in the CVGA’s outing on July 14 were L. Ruck, J. Roundy, R. Smith and H. Olsen. The course was Brick Landing and the format was one low net on the par 5s, two low nets on the par 4s and three low nets on the par 3s. Winning score was -25. Closest-to-the-pin honors went to Bob Smith (twice), Wash Dayton and Phil Smith.
The Lockwood Ladies Golf Association played July 17 at the Lockwood Folly Country Club. The format was low net. Carolyn Puckett was first at 67. Georgine Pascale was second at 72. Mary Ward was third at 73. Kay Teagarder had a birdie at No. 16. Pattty Ayling had a chip-in at No. 12 and at No. 13. Diane Lock had a chip-in at No. 9.
On July 15, the format for the Meadowlands Missfit at Farmstead Golf Course was flighted low gross, low net. Flight 1, low gross: Donna Phelps (79). Low net: Dennie Maynard (62). Flight 2, low gross: Linda Blewitt (94). Low net: Mary Griffin (70). Flight 3, low gross: Wilma Mowery (95). Low net: Linda Jones (64).
Birdies: Dennie Maynard at No. 15, Linda Jones at No. 6. Donna Phleps at No. 12. Chip-ins: Nancy Andews at No. 11, Yvonne Kadahl at No. 17. Fewest putts: Linda Jones with 25.
The Meadowlands Missfits played July 21 at Farmstead Golf Course. The format was modified team Stableford. First: Lorraine Heroux, Sue Hobgood, Marlene Lidgard and a blind draw scored 198. Second: Penny Crawford, Delores Dulaski, Nancy Griffin and a blind draw scored 171. Third: Barb Finn, Keety Fitzpatrick, Ann Fiore and Carol Boudreau scored 167.
Birdies: Penny Crawford at No. 5 and No. 12. Billy Ellwanger at No. 12. Barb Finn at No. 14. Nancy Griffin at No. 9. Sue Hobgood at No. 12. Jeannette Burton at No. 4. Bev Ibbott at No. 13 and Bo. 16. Yvonne Kadahl at No. 6. M.J. LaBant at No. 12. Kaz Ratcliffe at No. 12. Jeanne Rosberg at No. 9 and No. 16. Dorine Stoecker at No. 9
Chip ins: Nancy Griffin at No. 9. Bev Ibbott at No. 16. Keety Fitzpatrick at No. 15. Fewest putts was by Lorraine Heroux (27).
FARMSTEAD MEADOWLANDS MGA
The Farmstead Meadowlands Men’s Golf Association played a modified Stableford match July 15 at Meadowlands. Front-nine winners: Bill Blewitt, Richard Smith, Bob Toedter, Dick Klesius at +14. Paul Groves, Keith Heyn, Bob Mecleary, W. Curtis Brenk at +7.5. Ed Hobgood, Bob Wiltbank, Mike Naudus, Ken Ellis at +7.5. Back-nine winners: Paul Groves, Keith Heyn, Bob Mecleary, W. Curtis Brink at +16.5. Ed Hobgood, Bob Wiltbank, Mike Naudus, Ken Ellis at +8.5. Overall winners: Paul Groves, Keith Heyn, Bob Mecleary, W. Curtis Brenk at +24. Ed Hobgood, Bob Wiltbank, Mike Naudus, Ken Ellis at +16. Adam Peters, Duane Durbin, Sivert Claesson at +11.5. Flights: A—Ed Hobgood at +8.5, B—Bob Wiltbank at +10, C—Bob Mecleary at +5.5, D—Sivert Claesson and W. Curtis Brenk at +5. Superflight: Bob Wiltbank at +10.
The Players Golf Association tournament July 18 at Meadowlands Golf Course was a two-man team, low-net event. Finishing first with a net of 50 was the team of Alex Olmsted and Carl Price. Second with a 57 was the team of Don Clark and Jack Gorman. Third with a 60 was the team of Bob Butkevicius and Bill Kasper. Fourth with a 61 was the team of Bob Flath and Ray O’Donnell by a match of cards over Bob Lange and Nick Samela. Closest to the pin were Bob Butkevicius at No. 5 and No. 8, Alex Olmsted at No. 11 and Bob Flack at No. 14.
On July 14 at Meadowlands, Cliff Musselman, John Methvin, Jerry Rubin and Jim Kennedy placed first with a 113. Format for the day was cha-cha-cha. Larry Laws, Steve Maiorca, Art Thompson and Joe Gallo placed second with a 121.
On July 16 at Meadowlands, Steve Maiorca, Jim Johnson, John Methvin and John Ducey placed first with a 117. Teams scored one net on holes one through six, two nets on seven through 12 and three nets on holes 13 through 18. Jen Dearborn, Pete Scott, John Ogden and Boomer Needham placed second on a match of cards. Placing third were Sid Pennington, Bob Jaeger, Art Thompson and Sterling Hayden.
On July 18 at Meadowlands, Sid Pennington, Ron Doeblin, John Ducey and John Methvin placed first by a match of cards with a 149. Teams scored one net and one gross on the par 3s and par 5s, two gross on all the par 4s. Placing second were Art Thompson, Steve Maiorca, Ned Meier and Jim Kennedy.
The format July 15 was subtract your handicap from 50 to get your point quota. The following are the points: Eagle, eight points; birdie, five points; par, three points, bogie, two points; double bogey, one point. Record your points for the game score. Players closest to or over their quota win. First: Beth Pethtal (+14). Second: Deanna Donnelly (+12). Tied for third at +10 were Mary Stern, Ginny Stout, Diane Rauch and Sandy DeLaCruz. Tied for seventh with a +9 were Loretta Delamere and Kathy Manning.
Birdies: Kathy Manning at Bay No. 6. Candy Jones at Bay No. 7. Lynn Hamlin at Piper No. 5. Fran Killgoar at Piper No. 8. Beth Pethtal at Bay No. 5. Diane Rauch at Piper No. 8. Kathie McIlroy at Piper No. 8. Loretta Delamere at Bay No. 5. Chip-ins: Fran Killgoar at Piper No. 1. Carol Christie at Bay No. 2. Ann Pollock at Bay No. 9. Judy DeStefon at Piper No. 2.
SANDPIPER BAY MGA
The game July 16 was the waltz, where you count the three best balls on the first hole, the three best balls on the second hole and the four best balls on the third hole. Repeat throughout the full 18 holes.
In the Piper to Bay flight, first place was a minus 24 by the team of Lou Zotter, Ed Kilgoar, Doug Williams and Al Paynter. Second was a minus 20 by the team of Bob Nicoletti, Bill Sarkisian, Pat Dibble and John Murphy. Third was a tie between the team of Tony Rossi, Hal Foley, Jim Wiseman and Tom Ioven and the team of Chris Christie, Bob Zambri, Bill Pohlman and Bob Kakos.
In the Bay to Sand flight, first place of minus 24 went to Ron Redman, Bob Arace, Jeff Smith and Burnie Fowler. Second place of minus 17 went to Al Bowman, Joe Martere, Dean Montgomery and Bill Spellicy. Third at minus 15 was a tie between the team of Gary Swanson, Ralph Bowman, Bob Morley and Ron Donley and the team of Joe Cramer, Bill Lester, Don Capretta and John Wilkes.
P.J. Jones eagled the 301-yard seventh hole of the Bay Course using his driver and a gap wedge. Jones was playing with John Radziewski, Charles Richardson and Bill Croxton.
On July 14, the game was new to the group. Count the three best balls on each hole but tee off from the white tee on the first hole, the gold tee on the second hole and the red (women’s) tee on the third hole. Repeat the tee alternates throughout the round.
In the Piper to Bay flight, a minus 26 was turned in by the team of Rich Brouwer, Vince Niland, Charles Richardson and Pat Dibble. At minus 25 was the team of Dan Alsup, Ed Kilgoar, Bill Pohlman and Jim Braddock. Third at minus 23 was the team of Al Hooker, Bob Zambri, Jim Bennett and Tom Ioven.
In the Bay to Piper flight, the team of Bill Snyder, Gene McDonald, Bill Sarkisian and Dick Christensen was first at minus 30. Second at minus 28 was the team of Jim Creighton, Guy Tavel, Bob Schenck and a blind draw. Third at minus 17 was the team of Gary Swanson, Frank DeStefon,Dean Montgomery and Dick Eby.
The Friday Rebels played a blind draw, partners’ low net, on July 18. First at 128 was the team of Bill Spellicy and Bill Pohlman. Second at 129 was the team of John Grossglass and Bill Croxton. Third at 132 was the team of Al Bowman and Frank Testa. Fourth place was a three-way tie at 136: Ron Donley and Billy Sirk, Bill Snyder and Ralph Bowman and John Murphy and Jim King.
The Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played on the back nines of the Jones and Byrd Courses on July 15. Each two-man teams counted its better net ball.
In flight A/C, Nick Forlidas and Bill Narath were first with a 55. Monte Beebe and Dick Zinser were second with a 57 and a winning match of cards over Bob Miller and Lee Sutton. Al Bayley and Ben Madura were fourth with a 58 and a winning match of cards over Lou DeVita and Steve Wilson. Charlie Hanlon and Gary Keife were sixth with a 59 and won a match of cards over Tom Layden and Tony Novalis. In flight B/D, Bo Sellers and Larry Tedesco were first with a 53. Bill Connor and Len Steiner were second with a 55. Norm Christen and Gene Method were third with a 56. Phil Ebel and Harry Snyder were fourth with a 57. Allen Doolittle and Jerry Tanner were fifth with a 59 and won a match of cards over George Bartley and Wayne Hellmann and John McDermott and Art Olson.