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The Beachcombers played at Cypress Bay. Low gross, Paul Michal, 77; Stu Cleveland, 79; Harry Haggerty, 81; Jim Beairsto, 86; Bob Byrne, 87. Low nets: Michal, 63; Cleveland and Byrne, 66; Ed Hennessey and Bob Smith, 68. Team two low nets: Michal, Hennessey, Fred Ortiz and Beairsto, 30-under par. Golfer of the week was Paul Michal.
BRICK LANDING LGA
The Brick Landing Ladies Golf Association league game Sept. 3 was 25-44-33: Players picked their two best par-5s, four best par-4s and three best par-3s and deducted one-half handicaps for score. Mary Biesack was the winner in the first flight with a 27. Second place was a three-way tie at 29 among Irene Dowdy, Elsa Bonstein and Carol Fredericks. The second-flight winner was Lois Huber with a 26. Peggy Agrimonti came in second at 27. Kathy Koegel and Jackie Seidler tied for third at 28. Ursula Styczynski and Peggy Campana tied for first in the third flight with 29s. Sue Nelson was third with a 32.
Mary Biesack had a chip-in birdie on No. 2. Kathy Koegel birdied No. 2 and Elsa Bonstein had a birdie on No. 5. Peg Agrimonti chipped in on No. 15 and Barbara Karkut chipped in on No. 12.
BRIERWOOD MIXED SCRAMBLE
The team of Carolyn Arney, Rita Dugan and Bob Nobes came in first in the Brierwood nine-hole mixed scramble Sept. 2, shooting a 2-under par. Second at even par went to the team of Tom Arney, Ralph Trimmer, Marian Johnson, Carola Hornfeck and the team of Chuck Hornfeck, Odie Johnson, Deloris Gausch and Glen Green. Third went to the team of Larry Boyer, Jack Harrison, Fran Thomas and Marianne Nobes.
The format for the Brierwood Women’s Golf Association event Sept. 1 was low gross, low net. In flight one, Mary Schaack won low gross with a 97 and Janice Owens won low net with a 73. Marje Roach and Betty Gabor tied for fewest putts, with 32.
In flight two, low gross was won by Sara Baynton with a 117 and Ruth Linder won low net with an 80. Sara and Ruth tied with the fewest putts, with 31. Chip-ins: Janice Owens on No. 3 and Ruth Linder at No. 13.
Results of the pick-a-new partner match Monday. At Dogwood-Azalea, Mae Drezek and Joan Miller, 63; Theresa Georgens and Kathy Patrick, 64; Gerry Gosselin and Linda Rothenberger, 65. At Azalea-Magnolia, Camille Cantello and Joan Zera, 61; Becky Seibert and Emily Campbell, 65; Mary Helen Naecker and Phyllis Tucker, 67.
Chip-in for birdie: Becky Seibert, Azalea No. 2; Mary Helen Naecker, Azalea No. 2; Moe MacDonald, Azalea No. 5. Birdies: Joan Zera, Azalea No. 4; Moe MacDonald, Magnolia No. 8; Mae Drezek, Dogwood No. 3 and No. 4. Chip-ins: Camille Cantello, Azalea No. 8; Mary Helen Naecker, Azalea No. 8; Toni Zimmerman, Magnolia No. 2.
MaryAnn Tekesky, playing with the Northern Bells and a member of the Brunswick Plantation Ladies’ Golf League, made her first hole-in-one Friday on Azalea No. 2 at Brunswick Plantation, using a driver.
On Aug. 30 at Farmstead, Ron Doeblin, Ned Meier, John Ducey, John Methvin and Joe Gallo placed first with a 138. The format for the five-man teams was cha-cha-cha. Bob Jaeger, Sid Pennington, Von Hincher, Hugh Chinn and Joe Meo were second.
On Sept. 3 at Meadowlands, Ned Meier, Bob Jaeger, Cliff Musselman and Joe Gallo placed first with a 143. Teams scored one net on holes 1-6, two nets on 7-12 and three nets on 13-18. Von Hincher, John Ogden, John Methvin and a blind draw were second.
On Friday at Meadowlands, Ned Meier, Joe Meo, Steve Maiorca and Jim Kennedy placed first with a 139. Teams scored two nets on par-3 and par-4 holes and a net and a gross on the par-5s. Von Hincher, Cliff Musselman, Sid Pennington and a blind draw placed second a match of cards, edging out Ron Doeblin, Rich West, Bob Heins and Joe Gallo. Ninety-two year old Joe Meo beat his age, shooting an 87.
Results of the Calabash Elks Golf League match Sept. 2 at Carolina Shores. In the A flight, Ted Olczak was first with a 68. In the B flight, John Owens was first with a 61. In the C flight, John Bleakley was first with a 66.
Closest to the pin: On No. 3, John Bleakley, 5 feet. On No. 7, Rich Adduce, 2-3. On No. 12, Mike McCormack, 4-0. On No. 17, Bill Parr, 8-0.
CAROLINA BOGEY BUSTERS
Results of the match Sept. 1 at Carolina Shores. Gross A: Dick Wilson, 84; Mike Wiley, 88; Raleigh Putnam, 89. Gross B: Mike Donahue, 89; Corbin Ledford, 90; John Ciemniewski, 93. Net A: Dick Wilson, 69; Jim Burke and Raleigh Putnam 70; Mike Wiley, 72. Net B: Corbin Ledford, 63; Mike Donahue, 67; John Ciemniewski, 68.
Closest to the pin: A, Dick Wilson; B, Ralph Phillips. Fewest putts: Bill Allen, 27; Dick Wilson, Steve White, John Ciemniewski, 31; Mike Donahue, Corbin Ledford, Eric Mayo, 32.
CAROLINA SHORES MEN
The game Friday was one ball on par-3s, two balls on par-4s and three balls on par-5s.
First: Dan Roberts, Tony Sneska, Dick Boyle and Joe Fiorvanti, 126. Second: Art Hahl, Dick Polonski, Joe Clark and a blind draw, 127. Third: Clyde Juergens, Arnie Northrop, and Jim Burke and a blind draw, 132. Fourth: Mike Devereux, Frank Talak, Paul Wurthrich and Joe McDonough, 134. Low gross: Gary Stewart, 71. Low net: Joe Clark, 61. Closest to the pin: at 3,Gary Stewart; at 7, Gary Stewart; at 12, Arnie Northrop; at 17, Jim Burke. Skins: Dan Roberts, Arnie Northrop, Gary Stewart, Frank Talak, Jim Burke, Joe Clark, Bill Teschler, Joe McDonough, Bill Marsh, Tony Sneska .
The Crow Creek Men’s League was accommodated Sept. 1 at Sandpiper Bay, where it fielded seven two-man teams for its weekly competition.
“Sandpiper Bay continues to be in the best condition we’ve seen there in a long time, and we were very pleased with their reception and willingness to have us play at their course this week,” Richard Bye said.
Hal Gorden and Bob Lesko finished first. Second went to John Buddemeyer and Joe Millard. Third went to Don “Jake” Manning and Chris Yentema. Best net A flight winners were Bob Lesko, Jake Manning and John Sparks. Individual best net B flight winners were Hal Gorden, Ray Hickey and Joe Millard.
Results of the modified Stableford match Sept. 2 at Brierwood. Front at +10.5: Gerry Speck, Hank Beuke, Jerry Way and Frank Case. Back at even: Ted Peters, T.D. Bailey, Ed Kerr and Mickey Golden. Overall at +10.5: Gerry Speck, Hank Beuke, Jerry Way and Frank Case.
Results of the modified Stableford match Friday at Meadowlands. Fred Welch, Herb Johnson and Jerry Way swept the front at +8, the back at +12.5 and overall +20.5.
Closest to pin on No. 5: Hank Mattutat, 2 feet, 7 inches; on No. 15, T.D. Bailey, 3-6.
Flight winners: A, +10, Stan Kwasny; B, +9, Herb Johnson; C, +4.5, Bob Meclery.
Herb Johnson eagled the par-5 14th hole Friday at Meadowlands, using a driver and a 5-wood and sinking the putt.
Results of the modified Stableford match Aug. 25 at Meadowlands. Front: Ray LaConte, Larry Zub, Richard Smith, Bill Kasper, +2.5; John Huddelston, Jakob McLamb, Dick Klesius, Bob Wiltbank, +1.5; Dan Bruscella, Pat Finnegan Russ Thompson, +1.5. Back: Tony Martini, Adam Peters, Bill Southard, Nick Caldararo, +11; Howie Murphy, Bob Rangel, Gordon Much, Jack Monahan, +10.5. Individuals: A, Ed Hobgood, +9.5; B, Jakob McLamb, +5.5; C, Pat Finnegan, +7.5; D, Ed Hobgood, +9.5; Superflight: Ed Hobgood, +9.5.
Results of the modified Stableford match played Sept. 1 at Brierwood. Front: Ray Wiltbank, Jim Marsh, Mike Naudus Bill Moreno, +3; back: Ray Wiltbank, Jim Marsh, Mike Naudis Bill Moreno, +5.5; overall: Ray Wiltbank, Jim Marsh, Mike Naudus, Bill Moreno, +8.5; Dick Turner, Tony Mantini, Tom Holcome, Bill Kasper, +1. Individuals: A, Bill Blewitt, +3; B, Pat Finnegan, +6; C, Tom Holcome, Roger Rawley +3.5; D, Mike Naudus, +10; Superflight: Mike Naudus, +10.
NAUDUS, WETER SCORE EAGLES
Mike Naudus eagled the par-5 second hole Sept. 1 Brierwood, using a driver, a 3-wood and a 9-iron.
Jim Weter eagled the par -4 10th hole at Brierwood, using a driver and holing out his approach with an 8-iron.
AL GRAHAM STABLEFORD
Mike Donahue, Ron Buck, Paul Wuthrich and Harry Creamer shot a +10 in winning the tourney Sept. 2. Tony Sneska, Dick Boyle, Charlie Harless, Bil Teschler were second at +4. Third went to Steve Jones, Joe Clark, Joe McDonough and Jim Burke. Fourth with a +1 was the team of Bob Fyock, John Baron, Boots Bromwell and a blind draw. In fifth was the team of Ed DuPuis, Bill Marsh, George Bridges and Arnie Northrop.
The format Sept. 3 was to count only holes beginning with o, n, e and s. Subtract one-half handicap. First: Barbara Esposito; 30.5; second, Georgine Pascale; 32.0; third, Myrna Robinson; 33. Birdies: Dianne Hoffman, at 6. Chip-ins: Sheila Schreiber at 1; Pam Humaney at 9.
OCEAN RIDGE LGA
Results of the event Sept. 2 at Panther’s Run. Flight one, gross: Sally Duffy, 77; net, Karen McCloskey, 75. Flight two, gross, Pam Bank, 90; net, Deb MacFarlane, 69. Flight three, gross, Pam McCafferty, 104; net, Mary K. Donahoe.
Birdies: Sally Duffy birdied holes 10-12. Peggy Rowland birdied No. 11 and Pam Bank birdied No. 17. Chip-in: Mary K. Donahoe at 17.
OCEAN RIDGE COUPLES
The format Sunday at Tiger’s Eye was two net scores on par-4s and one net score on the par-3 and par-5s. 1. Wally Milnichuk, Dusty Burianek, Virgil Noland, Carol Dunham (-38); 2. Howard Ray, Kathy Giancarlo, Ron Sisk, Debbie Noland (-19); 3. Guy Giancarlo, Peggy Rowland, John Pugh, Bernita Magee (-16); 4. Roger Buck, Sue Kane, Joe Neal, Marie Pugh (-16). Low gross: Howard Ray (76); Wally Milnichuk (79). Low net, Virgil Noland (63). Birdies: Eric Dunham, at 5; Don Rowland, at 6; Joe Neal, at 2; Roger Buck, at 9 and 10; Wally Milnichuk, at 6 and 9; Frank Burianek, at 10; Howard Ray, at 8 and 10; Ron Sisk, at 15; Rich Kane, at 11. Chip-ins: Linda Buck at 8.
OCEAN RIDGE MEN
Results of the match Sept. 2 at Panther’s Run, individual flighted format. Flight winners: A (gross): Doug MacDonald, 77. B (net) Greg Paynter, 68. C (net): John Olio, 64. D (net): Carl Schuster, 69. Closest to pin: at 2, John Olio; at 17, Kurt Lindstrom.
AT PANTHER’S RUN
Dick Orndoff made a hole-in-one Sept. 2 at the 170-yard sixth hole. He used a 4-hybrid.
Hal Moore, Don Clark, Jim Marsh and Ray Girard scored a 121 and won the weekly Players Golf Association tournament at Meadowlands. Game played was cha-cha-cha. Second with a 129 were John Calabrese, Bob Flath, Wil Garvin and Ernie Schober. Third at 130 were Ernie Weeks, Nick Samela, Bill Russell and a blind draw. Closest to the pin were Jack Gorman at 5, Bob Buktkevicius at 8 and 11 and John Calabrese at 15.
On Sept. 2, a net tourney, minus one-half handicap, was played twice at the Bay Course. If the golfer bettered her score on a hole, the better score was substituted. 1. Ann Pollock, 32; 2. Mary Stern, 32.5; T-3. Marilyn Schenck and Kathie McIlroy, 33. Birdies: Kathie McIlroy, Bay No. 7.
The Piperettes had their first shootout tournament Sept. 3. The format consisted of 10- person flights. Everyone in the flight teed off at the same time and the person with the highest score on the first hole was eliminated. If there was a tie, there was a shootout to determine who would be eliminated. This continued for nine holes until one golfer remained. First flight: 1. Mique Luckett, 2. Joanne Clements, 3. Kathie McIlroy. Second flight: 1. Madonna Snyder, 2. Sharon Pies, 3. Sharon Millar. Judy Nicoletti was the chairwoman, assisted by Kathy Manning and Joanne Orendorf.
On Friday, players drew a blind partner from the opposite course and played low net combined total scores. The Sand and Piper and Bay and Sand courses were used. First at 130 were Harvey Stratton and Don Bartholomew. Second at 132 were Gene McDonald and Al Paynter. Third at 133 were Jack Hinte and J.J. Whalen. Fourth at 135 were Mike Finkelstein and Bill Spellicy. Fifth at 137 were Chris Christie and Hugh Norman. Sixth at 141 were Mike Casagranda and a blind draw. Closest to the pin: at No. 2 Sand, Don Bartholomew; at No. 6 Sand, Bill Lester.
In a team game of two low nets, the winning team, with a score of 142, was Kathy Hahl, Martha Hannon, Kay Craig and Sharon Clark. Second with a 146 were Dee Gillin, Gloria Schroppe, Kathy Harniman and Karen Hertling. Third with a 149 were Teddy Altreuter, Betty Weaver, Mary Fran Ryon and Barbara Malina. Low gross: Sharon Clark (96) and Karen Hertling on match of cards over Teddy Altreuter (99). Low net: Teddy Altreuter (68), Karen Hertling and Sharon Clark (70).
Karen Hertling birdied No. 12, Martha Hannon birdied No. 7. Karen Hertling and Martha Hannon had fewest putts (30). Chip-ins: T.J. Bagley at 5, M.F. Ryon at 18, Kathy Harniman at 18, Dolores Sanborn at 12 and Betty Johnston at 5.
The World Amateur Tournament was using Sandpiper Bay Sept. 2, so the league got to play the Bay Course twice. The game was count the three best net scores per hole.
First flight: The team of Al Hooker, Harvey Stratton, Don Bartholomew and Bill Soellicy turned in a score of -31 to take first by a wide margin. Second was the team of Gene McDonald, Ralph Bowman, P.J. Jones, and John Wilkes at -18. With a -16 the team of Bob Radcliffe, Mike Matlock, Don DeMore and Al Paynter were third. Second flight: A -27 by Hannigan, Mike Finkelstein, Joe Martere and a blind draw took first. Second was a -24 by John Donnelly, Lee Parker, Bill Pohlman and Frank Alcaraz. Third was a -20 by John Radziewski, Frank DeStefon, Scott DeStefon and Jim Wiseman.
SEA TRAIL LGA
Results of the event Sept. 2 at the Maples Course. Flight one, gross: Pat Sutton, 90; Lorraine Kazan, 94. Net: Barbara Glenning, 69; Judy Pusey, 79. Flight two, gross: Joan Scheidle, 92; Mary Alice Jerome, 94. Net: Sherry Abernethy, 69; JoDonna O’Leary, 72. Flight three, gross: Loretta DeVita, 98; Lynn Wiedman, 104 (match of cards). Net: Birgit Carpenter, 71; Virginia Foulds, 73. Flight four, gross: Maureen Foley, 112; Terri O’Rourke, 121. Net: Gloria Lee, 80; Rita Ashley, 83.
Birdies: Flo Hill, No. 2. Loretta DeVita, No. 3. Chip-ins: Flo Hill, No. 2. Mary Alice Jerome, No.15. Closest to the pin: Mary Couch, No. 3. Mary Alice Jerome, No. 5. Mary Alice Jerome, No. 11. Terri O’Rourke, No. 17.
SEA TRAIL MGA
The Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played four-man teams, three best net balls, Sept. 1 on the Maples course. Flight A: 1. Mike Campbell, Jim Hunt, Ed Seidel and Larry Tedesco, 195 (match of cards); 2. Mike Bollinger, Pete Hauver, Tony Imondi and Frank Santisi, 195; 3. Jerry Burbank, Tom King, Norm Melanson and Mike Pozdol, 197; 4. Gary Keife, Bill Locke, Bill Muckridge and Bubber Youngblood, 198. Flight B: 1. Bill Connor, Brad Dague, Jim Hitchcock and Mike Jerome, 201; 2. John Barton, Ron Bombolis, Bo Sellers and Howard Van Dusen, 206; 3. Alex Anastasiou, Jim Foley, Bob Leahy and Bob Perry, 207 (mc); 4. Vince Ignatowicz, Bob Mason, Charlie Schorpp and Lee Sutton, 207.
WINDING RIVER LGA
Results of the match Sept. 1. Strokes were counted from tee to green and then deducted 50 percent of handicap. Flight one, net: Jonquille Curwen, 45.50; Marilyn Greenfield, 46.50. Flight two, net: Dottie Reynolds, 43.50; MaryBeth Mato, 44; Wendy Burroughs, 44.50. Flight three, net: Kathy Gustafson, 44.50; Diane Sloat, 45; Pat Terwilliger, 48. Flight four, net: Beth Patria, 49; Evelyn Buckner and Karen Entwistle, 51.50. Flight five, net: Bobbie Walker, 50; Lois Godfrey; 50.50.
Birdies: Marilyn Greenfield (two), Judy Myers, Diane Sloat, Jonquille Curwen (two), Penny Sillery, MaryBeth Mato and Dawn Cloutier. Chip-ins: Jonquille Curwen (2), Diane Sloat and Dawn Cloutier, Pat Schutzman and Diana Wells. Jonquille Curwin had a chip-in birdie.