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BRUNSWICK PLANTATION LGL
Results of the Stableford event July 6: 1. Wanda Krasniewicz, 60 points; T-2. Theresa Georgens, Donna Stangroom, 58; T-3. Emily Campbell, Becky Seibert, 55. Chip-in: Kathy Rosenberg, Dogwood No. 3. Birdies: Grace Byrne, Dogwood No. 4; Moe MacDonald, Azalea No. 2; Donna Stangroom, Azalea, No. 9.
Results of the ladies’ medal stroke play July 7 at Carolina National. Flight 1: T-1, Jonquille Curwen and Jane Schlesser, 84. First low net: Wendy Burroughs, 65. Flight 2: low gross, Chris Peacock, 94. First low net: Jane Erdtmann, 66; 2. Pat Terwilliger, 68; 3. Mary Schuler, 69. Flight 3, low gross: Louise Widmyer, 93. First low net, Karen Entwistle, 70. Flight 4, low gross: Pat Barclay, 94. Low net, 1. Marlene Stapelfeldt, 59; 2. Bobbie Walker, 61.
Birdies were made by Jane Schlesser and Evelyn Buckner. Jane Erdtmann had a chip-in birdie.
Bob Hall made a hole-in-one June 17 on the 123-yard 18th hole at Crown Park. He used a 9-iron.
BRUNSWICK COUNTY CLUB 25
Brunswick County’s Club 25 played at the Thistle on July 7. Judy Nicoletti (Sandpiper Bay) led the field with a 73, followed by Dale Calhoon (Brick Landing) and Shari Hodson (Lakes) tied for second. Rounding out the first flight were Mona Dye (Brierwood) in fourth and Dianne Belair (Prestwick) and Babs McIntosh (Wacchesaw Plantation) tied for fifth.
Nancy Bodycomb (Winston-Salem) led the second flight, followed by Linda Bergstrom (Carolina National) and Barb Cleghorn (Whispering Pines) tied for second. Sally Duffy (Ocean Ridge) took fourth place, and Marilyn Greensfield (Carolina National), Patsy Mays (Ocean Ridge), Judy Myers (Carolina National) and Linda Smith (Wilmington Municipal) tied for fifth place.
The third flight was won by Margie Munson (St. James), followed by Amy Hurst (Legends) and Pat Paxson (Burning Ridge) who tied for second place. Carol Byrne (Carolina National) and Erma Krahl (Ocean Ridge) tied for fourth, and Sue Herrman (Glen Dornoch) came in sixth.
Pauline Kluck (Wizard) led the fourth flight and Pat Dickerman (Magnolia Greens) came in second. Jan Diedrich (Oak Island) took third place honors and Judy Hughes (Oak Island) came in fourth. Tied for fifth were Jan Howard (Lakes), Beverly Ibbott (Meadowlands), Sue Keylor (Olde Pointe) and Ann Phlegar (Carolina National).
Pam Mulcahy (Tidewater) took the honors in the fifth flight. Doris McLaughlin (Ocean Ridge) came in second. Sally Manifold (Meadowlands), Mary Ann Stiles (Tournament Players Club) and Mickie Underhill (Ocean Ridge) tied for third place. Judy Carpenter (St. James) came in sixth.
In the sixth flight Brenda Hughes (Lakes) and Mique Luckett (Sandpiper Bay) tied for first place honors and Dolores Moro (Lockwood Folly) and Chris Schmit (St. James) tied for third place. Jane Carter (St. James) came in fifth and Linda Lynes (Rivers Edge) and Geri Miller (International Club) tied for sixth place.
Nancy Lawhern (Winston-Salem) won first place in the seventh flight, and Marybeth Colwell (Beau Rivage) came in second. Pat Gurley (Myrtle Beach National), Carole Sanderes (Glen Dornoch) and Claire Travers (Surf Club) tied for third, followed by Verna Frontiero (Burning Ridge) in sixth place.
Nancy Ellis (Surf Club) took first place honors in the eighth flight, followed by Chris Smith (Black Bear) in second, Harriette Powell (Black Bear) in third, Nancy Griffin (Meadowlands) in fourth, Gen Allocco (Surf Club) in fifth and Eileen Reddy (Meadowlands) in sixth.
Carol Fredericks (Brick Landing) won the ninth flight, with Grace Bradicich and Joan Hill, both from Ocean Ridge, tied for second. Annette McDermott (Wilmington Municipal) came in fourth and Linda Anderson (The Cape) fifth. Jo Pugliese (St. James) and Sylvia Varrell (Lakes) tied for sixth place.
Gen Allocco (Surf Club) and Frieda Allen (St. James) won the closest to the pin contests.
Pam Mulcahy (Tidewater) won three skins. Amy Hurst (Legends), Judy Myers (Carolina National), Jeannie Rosberg (Grand Strand Golf Association) and Jerry Rosenmeier (Lockwood Folly) each won one skin.
On July 9, the Lockwood Ladies played at Lockwood Folly. The format was count four holes from both sides; must have two par-5s and only two par-3s. Count one hole from either side. Total score for these nine holes and subtract half of the handicap.
Winners were: first place, Martha Webster, 28; second place, Jeanne Mavis, 29.5; and third place, Ellen Lyons, 31.
Chip-ins went to Kathy Spinoso on hole two and Martha Webster on hole 11.
BRICK LANDING LADIES
On July 9, the Brick Landing Ladies Golf Association played a David and Goliath match. Net scores on par-3s and par-5s only were used to determine winners.
In the first flight Mary Biesack came in first with a 24. Dale Calhoon was second with 25 and Irene Dowdy finished third with 27.
Winner of the second flight was Barbara Karkut with 19. Lois Huber took second with a 24. Shirley Dowd and Pat Baumgartner tied for third with 26.
Third flight was won by Maria Medici with a 20. Pag Campana was second with 25 and Peg Agrimonti finished third with 26.
Dale Calhoon posted birdies on No. 13 and No. 16. Lois Huber birdied No. 4.
Results of July 6 event at Farmstead Golf Course. The game was low gross/low net. 1. Low gross, Lorraine Heroux, 83; 1. low net, Linda Blewitt, 64; 2-T low net, Jeanette Burton; and Libby Spivey, 71. 3-T low net, Sally Davis and Nancy Andrews, 72. 4 low net, Nancy Griffin, 74. Birdies: Lorraine Heroux, Nos. 3 and 13, Grace Kim, No. 14, Jeanette Burton, No. 13, Linda Blewitt, No. 12, Libby Spivey, No.15. Chip-Ins: Carol Boudreau, No. 10; Nancy Andrews, No. No. 17; Lorraine Heroux, No. 3; and Kaz Ratcliff, No. 9.
GRAND STRAND SENIORS MEN
The Grand Strand Seniors Men’s Golf Association played its weekly event July 6 at Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club in Carolina Shores. The format is stroke play with handicap. Each flight is awarded a low-gross and low-net winner.
This week it had 76 golfers, so there were four flights, A through D. All par-3s have closest-to-the-pin awards for white and silver tees.
The following are the winners for this week: A flight: Ron Pazur (73 gross) and Bob Drake (61 net). B flight: Jim Moloney (78 gross) and Frank Masi (63 net). C flight: Don Clark (82 gross) and Rich Larsen (62 net). D flight: John DeBona (90 gross) and Dick Zinser (64 net). Closest to the pin: white tee: No. 3, John Olson; No. 7, Charles Naspinski; No. 12, Jim Moloney; No. 17, Bud Knittel. Silver tee: No. 3, John McCloy; No. 7, Dick Pearce; No. 12, Chuck Dembrosky; No. 17, (tie) Frank Masi and Dick Zinser, 4-1.
SEA TRAIL MEN
Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played an individual low net tournament from the red, white and blue tees on the Maples course on July 7.
Flight A: Dick Couch, 64; John Barton, 72; Ron Dubas, 72; Tony Novalis, 72; Jim Hitchcock, 73. Flight B: Brian Blaine, 70; Bo Sellers, 71; Ben Madura, 75; Bob Perry, 75; Gary Fagan, 76. Flight C: Dan Davis, 66; Jim Gooding, 68; Vince Brown, 72; Tom Robbins, 73; Alan Pitts, 75. Flight D: Bob Miller, 66; Charlie Schorpp, 67; 3 Bob Thwaites, 67; Tony Imondi, 68; John Olson, 71. Flight E: Bill White, 68; 2. Haley Jones, 68; Gary Keife, 71; Jerry Tanner, 72; Ron Klein, 72. Flight F: George Spinatsch, 64; Tom Smith, 71; Dick Zinser, 73; 4. John Hogan, 73; Bill Connor, 75.
OCEAN RIDGE LADIES
The Ocean Ridge Ladies Golf Association played a charity scramble to benefit Providence Home July 8 at Lions Paw.
First-place winners were Sally Duffy, Peggy Rowland, Kathy Giancarlo and Carol Dunham (68); second went to Carole Milnichuk, Carole Schuster and Judy Keegan (70); third was awarded to Judy Harlow, Nancy MacDonald and Liz Waldron (72); fourth was a tie for Pam Bank, Kathleen Wicke, Patti Dugan and Margaret Dinda; and Karen McCloskey, Frankie Neal, Debbie MacFarlane and Marita Sasser (74).
Birdies were made by Frankie Neal on No. 6 and Mary Hankes on No. 6 and No. 11.
OCEAN RIDGE MEN
On June 29 at Lion’s Paw, the Ocean Ridge Men played two net scores plus one double score on required holes.
First went to Bob Larkin, David Roth, Paul Gully and Bill Sasser (-17). Second went to Ed McCloskey, Bill Prophet, Don Rowland and Frank Thomas (-16). Third place was George James, Chuck Fitzgerald, Lynn Furman and John Lukasik (-15). Closest to pin: hole 3, David Roth; hole 11, Bill Prophet.
On July 1 at Panther’s Run, flight A : Ed Sandidge (67).; flight B: Guy Giancarlo (64); Norm Fitzgerald (65); flight C: Rich Scaler (64) and Don Bridwell (68); flight D: Joe Neal (68); flight E: Eric Edgerton (71).
On July 6 at Tiger’s Eye, flight A: Greg Kent (82 gross); flight B: Norm Fitzgerald (60 net) and Bill Bixler (67); flight C: Bob Ludman (71) and Joe Coffini (71).
On July 8 at Lion’s Paw, two net scores. First: John Harlow, Don Bridwell, Charlie Roberts, Bob Ludman (-24). Second: Bob Dugan, Craig VanHorn, Dick Connolly and Brian Roe (-21). Third: Ed Sandidge, Dave Rosenfeld, Lew Hankes and Carl Schuster (-20). Fourth: Dick Orndoff, Eric Dunham, Bill Sasser and John Lukasik (-18).
PLAYERS GOLF ASSOCIATION
Nick Samela won the annual Players Golf Association Flag Day tournament at Meadowlands Golf Course July 9.
The format was “plant your flag.” Once player reaches his maximum strokes, he plants his flag at that point. Maximum strokes are course par-72 plus individual handicap.
Second was Bob Butkevicius. Third was Ernie Schober. Fourth and fifth went to Bob Davis and Ernie Weeks, respectively; sixth went to Dick Pearce; and seventh to George Griffin. Eighth went to Carl Price. Closest to the pin were Nick Samela at No. 5, Ray O’Donnell at No. 8, Bob Butkevicius at No. 11 and Wil Garvin at No. 15.
The Beachcombers had a recent match at Beachwood. Low gross was Jim Beairsto, 83; Jeff Maxson 85; Paul Michal, 87; and Dan O’Connell, 89. Low nets: Beairsto, 64; Maxson, 67; Bob Brownley and Larry Bollinger, 68; Michal and O’Connell, 69. Team modified stapleford: Bearisto, Bollinger and Bill Cameron, +19.5 points. Beairsto was golfer of the week.
On July 6 at Farmstead C.F.A.G golfers Ned Meier, Bill Lambert, John Ogden and John Methvin placed first with 143. Teams scored two nets per hole. Placing second with 145 were Jim Kennedy, John Ducey, Joe Gallo and a blind draw.
On Wednesday at Meadowlands, Pete Scott, Bob Jaeger, John Ducey and Ogden placed first with 81. Teams scored one net on the four and five par holes, along with two nets on the threes. Placing second with 82 were Jim Kennedy, George O’Connell, John Methvin and Gallo.
On Friday at Meadowlands, Boomer Needham, Methvin and Steve Maiorca placed first on a match of cards with 73. Teams used one net from the threesomes. Kennedy, Jen Dearborn and Gallo were second.
Sea Trail, the 2008 Coastal Carolina Interclub Association Champion, won for the second time this year in the CCIA event at Sea Trail’s Jones Course on July 6.
The CCIA format includes eight two-man teams from each club. Member teams from Carolina National, Long Bay, Ocean Ridge, St. James and Sea Trail play a modified Stableford system, net best ball, and count only the scores from the top six teams of the eight competing.
Clubs earn 10 points for a first-place finish, nine for second, eight for third, seven for fourth and six for fifth. Participation is limited to players with a maximum USGA index of 14.
Sea Trail totaled 212 points and was led by the teams of Dick Couch and Dick Brawley with 44 points, and Bob Perry and Brian Blaine with 38 points. Sea Trail earned 10 points in the year-long standings and now leads the 2009 season with 20 points.
Ocean Ridge, through a tie-breaker with Long Bay, captured second place with 186 points. Led by the teams of Gordon Wicke and W. Milnichuk with 38 points, and George Brooks and Mel Scott with 34 points, Ocean Ridge earned nine points in the standings and is now tied for third place with 15 points.
Long Bay, also with 186 points, was led by Bob Longo and Jim Watson with 44 points and the teams of Dave Roessler and Pete Scofide and John Barnes and Ulysses Taylor with 32 points. Long Bay is tied with Ocean Ridge for third place in the season-long standings.
Carolina National totaled 184 points and was led by Bob Allen and George Schuler with 38 points, and Dave Lurix and Bill Proffitt with 36 points. Carolina National remains in second place in the year-to-date standings with 16 points.
St. James with 180 points was led by Duane Alvesteffer and Fred Alcock with 34 points, and Ken Kontos and Dick McClain with 32 points and is in fifth position with 14 points in the year-to-date standings.
The next CCIA event is scheduled at Long Bay on Aug. 13. Clubs interested in learning more about the CCIA may contact Bob Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCEAN RIDGE SUNDAY COUPLES
On July 12 at Lion’s Paw the game was Battle of the Sexes. Counting the combined total net scores of the men versus the total net scores of the women, the Ocean Ridge men triumphed by shooting even par, outscoring the women by 27 strokes. Par was 416 for each six-person team.
In the Brierwood Wednesday nine-hole mixed scramble on July 8, the team of Marian Johnson, Chuck Hornfeck, and Larry Boyer finished with a score of 2-under par. At even par, and in second place was the team of Carola Hornfeck, Rita DuGan, Liz Boyer and Bob Nobes. Glen Green, Marianne Nobes, Odie Johnson, and Ralph Trimmer came in third.
FARMSTEAD- MEADOWLANDS MEN
Modified Stableford was the format on July 7 for Farmstead-Meadowlands Men. Front nine: Ray Wiltbank, Keith Heyn, Bill Cleaver, Jim Marsh +8.5; Ed Hobgood, Tom Holcome, Dick Klessius, Gordon Much +8; Ed Heisler, Paul Hourigan, Duane Durbin, Nick Caldararo +6; Back nine: Ray Laconte, Jim Poole, Bill Southard, Bill Tyson +5.5; Ed Heisler, Paul Hourigan, Duane Durbin, Nick Caldararo +5; Ray Wiltbank, Keith Heyn, Bill Cleaver, Jim Marsh +4.5; Overall: Ray Wiltbank, Keith Heyn, Bill Cleaver, Jim Marsh +13; Ed Heisler, Paul Hourigan, Duane Durbin, Nick Caldararo +11; Jim Weter, Dan Bruscella, Richard Smith, Bob Cleary +8; Ed Hobgood, Tom Holcome, Dick Klessius, Gordon Much +8; Individual: A. Ed Heisler +8 B. Keith Heyn +5.5 C. Bill Cleaver +7 D. Al Lowrie +4.5; Superflight: Ed Heisler +8.
SEA TRAIL LGA
Results from matches on July 8 Byrd/Jones courses, crossover 1/2 handicap. Flight 1:
1. Joan Mason, 29. 2. Sharon Winter, 30 (match of cards). 3. Jo Larson, 30 (match of cards).
Flight 2: 1. Diane Carcich, 28 (match of cards). 2. Sally Arndt, 28 (match of cards). 3. Pat Sutton, 29 (match of cards). Flight 3: 1. Betty Potvin, 25. 2. Loretta DeVita, 29. 3. Marge Layden, 30 (match of cards). Flight 4: 1. Irene Jones, 25. 2. Maureen Foley, 26. 3. Karen Rastocky, 28.
Birdies: Joyce Hellmann, No. 2, Byrd; Joan Mason, No. 7, Byrd; Maureen Foley, No. 2, Jones; Nancy Hanania, No. 5, Jones; and Joan Mason, No. 5, Jones.
Chip-ins: Mary Couch, No. 1, Byrd; Irene Jones, No. 7, Byrd; Maureen Foley, No. 2, Jones; Sue King, No .2, Jones; Joyce Hellmann, No. 6, Jones; and Irene Jones, No .8, Jones.
On July 7, the Piperettes played a tourney in which the player chooses three holes they hate (a par-3, par-4 and par-5) and enter par on the scorecard for each. Full handicap. Low net wins.
1. Ella Mae Brooks, 58; T. 2. Ethel Nobles and Marilyn Oliver, 59; T. 4. Betty Swain, Wanda Green and Jane Duvall, 61.
Birdies: Jane Duvall, Bay No. 5; Dee Gajderowicz, Bay No. 4; Michaela Richardson, Sand No. 6.
Chip Ins: Betty Swain, Sand No. 9; Ella Mae Brooks, Sand No. 5; Beverly Sarkisian, Bay No. 3.
The format for the Brierwood Women’s Golf Association event on July 7 was low gross, low net. In flight 1, Nancy Kumlin won low gross with an 84. Mary Schaack tied Mimi Ostrager for low net with a 78. Fewest putts were made by Kumlin with 30.
In flight 2, Cindy Northrup had a low gross of 98. Low net was won by Betty Gabor with a 72. Fewest putts were made by Northrup with 33.
In flight 3, Ruth Linder won low gross with 111, while low net was won by Rita DuGan with a 77. Florence Hopkins tied with Ruth Linder for the fewest putts with 30.
BRICK LANDING MEN
The Brick Landing Men’s Sports Club’s weekly tournament was Tuesday, July 7. The format was 1. best net on par-5s; 2. best net on par-4s; and 3. best net on par-3s.
First-place team was Bob Koegel, Mike O’Brien, Bill Kosank and Austin Duncan at -35. Second-place team was Ken Horton, John McGuirt, ALan Morrissey and Bob Grabb at -34. Third-place team was Danny Brumfield, Glen Gayheart, Jim McAvoy and Ted Lide at -26
Skins were won as follows: Austin Duncan -2; Jim McAvoy -2; and Alann Morrisssey -1.
The Brick Landing Men’s Club Shootout was Saturday, July 11. Ken Horton, Neil Nucci, Ron Wetherington and Joe Whalen were first (+13.5 points). Ray Audette, Bob Mularczyk, Ray Collins and Dale Berkheimer were second at (+9.0 points). Tom Edwards, Dickens, Bud Hollowell and a blind were third (+8.0 points).
Individual results were: Tom Edwards was first individual with +15 points; Bob Mularczyk was second individual with +8.5 points; and George Dowdy was third individual with +5.0 points.
Results of Fadeaways Modified Stableford golf tournament at Crown Park on July 8: foursome of Gary Larouche, Al Timszyk, Jack Christensen and Mickey Blaze swept front +10, back +5 and overall +15. Closest to pin on No. 18 was Ed Kerr.
Modified Stableford results at Meadowlands on July 10: foursome of Ted Peters, Mike Hedfield, Mickey Blaze and Hank Mattutat swept front +2-1/2, Back +2-1/2 and overall +5.
Closest to pin on No. 3 was Gerry Speck, No. 12 was Hank Beuke and No. 8 was Ted Peters.
On July 7, the Calabash VFW played its weekly-modified Stableford match at Crown Park. First: Ray Ketcham, Charlie Gurreri, Rick Ballweg and Bob Champion at +15. Second: Bill Hertline, Denny Wise, Jim Cadiz, and Reggie Auten at +8.5. Third: Pat Perryman, Rich Marnell, Tom McCormack and Tommy Tucker at +6. Finishing fourth at +4 were Tony Nye, Bob Turner and Lee Harrison.
Twenty-eight players participated in the skins game. Bob Turner, John Koester, Jim Cadiz, Reggie Auten, Ray Ketcham and Lee Harrison had one skin each. Low rounds of the day were Lee Harrison 74, Tony Nye 79, John Koester 80, Rick Ballweg 81 and Jim Milstead 82.
The Calabash VFW played its weekly-modified Stableford match at Farmstead Golf Links on July 13. First: Bobby Hall, George Bourgeois, Tom Childs and Ray Barno at +21.5. Second: Mark Mason, Rich Marnell, Herbie Johnson and Joe Williams at +8. Third: Billy James, Denny Wise, Bill Hertline and Don Mitten at +6.5. Fourth: John O’Brien, Ken Anthony, Randy Cogdill and Reggie Auten at +3.5. Fifth: Rich Murray, Charlie Gurreri, Rod Rodriguez and Tommy McCormack at +2.5. Tony Nye, Ray Barno, Mark Mason, and Ken Anthony had one skin each.
Low rounds of the day were Tom Childs and Mark Mason, 77; Rick Ballweg, 78; Bobby Poulton, 79; Herbie Johnson and Don Mitten, 81; and Charlie Guerreri 82.
CROW CREEK GC
Results of the Crow Creek Men’s Golf Association match on July 7 in which a two-man blind draw was utilized. Two-man team winners (a three-way tie): 1. Richard Bye and Andy McCorison (+1); 2. Ed Scanlon and Ron Perry (+1); and 3. Royal Philpott and John Buddemeyer (+1). Fourth-place: Ed Darrow and Ray Schatz with a (-4).
LADYBIRDS GOLF LEAGUE
Following are results from the June 11 Brunswick County Ladybird tournament at The Farmstead.
First flight, low gross: Mona Dye, 80 (Brierwood); 2. Joan Mason, 82 (Sea Trail). Low net: Sherry Marsh, 72 (St. James); 2. Diane Hoffman, 71 (Lockwood Folly). Fewest putts: Dale Calhoun, 32 (Brick Landing). Second flight, low gross: T1. Alcina Davis, 88 (Brunswick Plantation); Janis Ortmeyer, 88 (Meadowlands); Jan Howart, 88 (The Lakes); Karla Reens, 88 (St. James); 2. Judy Hardin, 89 (Meadowlands). Low net: Ann Phlegar, 71 (Carolina National); 2. Penny Sillery, 72 (Carolina National). Fewest putts: Elsa Bonstein, 29 (Brick Landing). Third flight, low gross: Mary Bergere, 91 (Sea Trail); 2. Mary Alice Jerome, 93 (Sea Trail). Low net, Pat Hamrick, 73 (Meadowlands); T2. Jan Bohlinger, 75 (Sea Trail), Joann Barton, 75 (Sea Trail). Fewest putts: Mary Schaack, 31 (Brierwood). Fourth flight, low gross: Sue Durbin, 93 (Meadowlands); 2. Pat Kelly, 95 (St. James). Low net: Mil Crane, 71 (Carolina National); T2. Linda Parks, 74 (Oak Island), Nancy Griffin, 74 (Meadowlands). Fewest putts: Carole Schuster, 35 (Ocean Ridge). Fifth flight, low gross: T1. Sylvia Keegan, 98 (St. James); Mary Lu Prescott, 98 (Oak Island). Low net: T1. Kathy Reidway, 73 (St. James); Hilda Cummins, 73 (Lockwood Folly). T2. Sue Woods, 79 (Oak Island); Cindy Northrup, 79 (Brierwood); Brigit Carpenter, 79 (Sea Trail); Barbara Paolicelli, 79 (Carolina National). Fewest putts: Ellen Lyons, 34 (Lockwood Folly). Sixth flight, low gross: Sandy Donavan, 96 (St. James); T2. Marge Layden, 98 (Sea Trail); Sue Sadlon, 98 (Brunswick Plantation). Low net: Kay Teagardner, 70 (Lockwood Folly); 2. Diane Sheck, 71 (Sea Trail). Fewest putts: Pat Copple, 33 (Oak Island). Seventh flight, low gross: T1. Dianne Lucarelli, 102 (Brunswick Plantation); Rosemarie Fessbender, 102 (Carolina National). 2. Fran Hursh, 104 (Lockwood Folly). Low net: Carrie Wilson, 73 (Brunswick Plantation); 2. Linda Gelinas, 74 (Carolina National). Fewest putts: Maggie Holcomb, 36 (Carolina National). Eight flight, low gross: Emily Campbell, 109 (Brunswick Plantation); T2. Dorrie McGurn, 110 (Sea Trail); Mary Hankes, 110 (Ocean Ridge); Evelyn Claus, 110 (Brunswick Plantation). Low net: T1. Dottie Russo, 71 (Carolina Shores); Marianne Nobes, 71 (Brierwood); 2. Kay Gregory, 72 (Lockwood Folly). Fewest putts: Gloria Lee, 39 (Sea Trail).
The Calabashers played at Eagles Nest on Friday, July 10. They used two low nets of each hole as a format. The winning team was Bill Bowden, Rod Rodriguez and John Duthie with a -19. Rodriguez had low round of 88.
SANDPIPER BAY MGA
On July 8 the game was: first five holes, 1 BB; second five holes, 2 BB; third five holes, 3 BB; and last three holes, 4 BB.
Bay to Sand flight: Dan Alsup shot a sparkling 73 to lead his team of Mike Matlock, Bill Pohlman and Tom Ioven to first place with a -27. Second place with a -21 were : Chuck Denny, Bob Arace, John Grossglass and Warren Higgons. With a -19 the team of Dan Copeland, Dennis Restiano, Dean Montgomery and Dick Eby came in third.
Sand to Bay flight: Bob Nicoletti and Don Moore shot matching 79s to lead their team of Bob Zambri and John Wilkes also with a -27. There was a tie for second and third place with a -23: Bob Knisley, Don Capretta, P.J. Jones and Burnie Fowler and J.J. Whalen, John Hannigan, Frank Gajderowicz and Jim Wiseman.
On July 6 the format played was “Individual Double Points Chicago.” Subtract your handicap from 36 to establish your goal score (five points minimum regardless of handicap. One point for bogey, two for par, four for birdie, eight for eagle.
Sand to Bay flight: first place, Jim Emerson +12; second, Dick Eby +8; third, Jim Wiseman, Chuck Denny, Burnie Fowler and John Wilkes, all at +7; seventh, Frank Alacraz, Barney Evangelista and Al Hooker at +6.
Bay to Sand flight: first place, Greg Scalzi +11; second, Bob Knisley, John Grossglass, Bob Zambri at +8; fifth, Chris Christie +7; sixth, Charlie Richardson and Bob Arace at +6; eighth place, Dennis Restiano +5.
On July 10, the game was individual low net score. First place, four-way tie at 66: Chris Christie, Bob Arace, Ron Redman and Charlie Richardson. Second place, two-way tie at 68: Mike Casagranda and John Hannigan. Third place, a five-way tie at 69: Mike Matkock, Otto Nelke, Dan Norman, Bill Spellicy and Gene McDonald. Closest to the pin winners: Gene McDonald, No. 6 Sand; and D.J. Baker, No. 5 Bay.
Due to rain on July 9, nine-hole play; game was 2 BBs. First: 11-under par, Bob Nobes, Odie Johnson, Chuck Horn Feck and Jack Harrison. Second: 9-under par, Marty Brkai, Tom Bowen, Les Craft, blind. Third: 8-under par, Paul Salerno, Dave Harper, Al Ostrager, Bob Sterner.
On July 13, format was 2 BBs. First: 19-under par, Bob Nobes, Morris Hall and Tom Bowen. Second, 13-under par, Bernie Gruzlweski, Odie Johnson and Jim Pope. Third: 1-under par, Chuck Hornfeck, Tom Kronyak and Denney Uribes.
CAROLINA BOGEY BUSTERS
On July 7, the game was played at Carolina Shores Golf Course. Flight A, low gross: Bob Earp, 77; Bill Allen, 77; Dick Watson, 83; and Steve White, 89. Low net: Bill Allen, 63; Dick Watson, 68; and Jim Burke, 70.
Flight B, low gross: Mike Donahue, 90; Ralph Phillips, 94; and Corbin Ledford, 95. Low net: Corbin Ledford, 66; Mike Donahue, 67; Ralph Phillips, 67; and Ron Watson, 69.
Closest to the pin on No. 3, flight A: Raleigh Putnam; flight B: John Ciemniewski. Low putts: Dick Watson, 27; Bill Allen, 27; Corbin Ledford, 29; Steve White, 30; and Raleigh Putnam, 31.