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The Beachcombers played a four-man team, two low nets tournament Friday at Crown Park. Winners with a score of 117 (-27) were Freddy Ortiz, Bill Cameron, Reggie Auten and Hal Riebesehl. Second went to Bob Byrne, Bob Smith, Ed Kinney and Jim Beairsto with a123 (-21). Low gross: Charlie Shore, 83; Stu Cleveland, 84; and Jim Beairsto and Randy Cogdill, 89. Low nets were Reggie Auten and Charlie Shore, 66. Reggie Auten was voted golfer of the week.
In celebration of Halloween, Brick Landing Ladies played a tombstone tournament Oct. 29. Each player planted her tombstone at the place on the course where her ball landed after hitting the number of strokes equal to par plus her handicap.
Dale Calhoon won the first flight, having planted her tombstone on the green of the second hole after playing a full round plus nearly two holes. Jackie Seidler was second and Cathy Shanley was third. Peg Agrimonti won the second flight, planting her flag 75 yards from the hole on No. 18. Mary Dixon was second in this flight. Ursula Styczynski won the third flight. Peg Campana was second and Mary Tacea third. Dale Calhoon birdied No. 7, Jean Hasty chipped in on No. 1, and Mary Tacea chipped in on No. 7.
BRICK LANDING MEN
The men’s club weekly tournament was Oct. 27. The format was two best net on all holes.
First: Joe Whalen, Charles Nartnett and Ralph McClean at -29. The Brick Landing Men’s Club shootout was Saturday. Gene Bonstein, John McGuirt, Owen Letter and Dave Igelman were first (+10.5 points). Jim Barrett, Charles Hartnett, Larry Agrimonti and Tom Bianco were second (+6.5 points). Ray Audette, Bobby Jones, Dwight Christenbury and Alan Morrissey were third (+ 4.0 points). Individually, Jim Campana was first with +7.5 points. Alan Morrissey was second with +5.5 points.
The game Oct. 29 was three best balls on the front nine and two on the back nine. First at 10 under were Al Bloom, Dave Harper, Morris Hall and Jack Harrison. Second at 6 under were Gary McDaniel, Chuck Hornfeck, Jim Pope and Tom Bowen. Third at 4 under were Larry Boyer, Bernie Gruzlewski, Les Craft and Howard Boyd.
The game Monday was two best balls. In first at 29 under were George Edwards, Al Ostrager, Jim Pope and Jack Harrison. In second at 17 under were Dave Harper, Morris Hall, Tom Bowen and a draw. In third at 14 under were Al Bloom, Gary McDaniel, Bob Janovic and a draw.
The winning team of Carola Hornfeck, Marianne Nobes, Richard Stegall and Wayne McGlothlin finished at 1 under in the Brierwood nine-hole mixed scramble Oct. 28. Tied for second at even par was the team of Sharon Beavers, Nancy McGlothlin, Jake Lockman and Larry Boyer, and the team of Rita DuGan, Ginny Stegall and Bob Nobes. Glen Green, Ralph Trimmer, Chuck Hornfeck and John Beavers finished next at 1-over par.
In the Brierwood Women’s Golf Association play Oct. 27, the format was low gross, low net. In the first flight, Nancy Kumlin took first with a gross score of 85. She also had fewest putts (32). Sherry Pittman won first low net with 78. The second-flight low-gross winner was Sue Janovic (98). Marianne Nobes won first low net at 72 and had fewest putts (30). Chip-ins: Sherry Pittman on No. 18 and Marianne Nobes on No. 14.
In other BWGA play, a new match-play tournament for all Brierwood women this year, the Queen of the Links tournament, was won by Mimi Ostrager on the 18th hole during the final match. She was tied with Carol Fitz-Gerald through 17 holes.
BRUNSWICK PLANTATION LGL
Results of the match-play event Oct. 26. Moe MacDonald, one point; Renee December, one point; Becky Seibert, one point; Nancy Smyka, one point; Geri Conroy one point; Ann Smith, one-half point; Janet Iekel, one-half point; Emily Campbell, one-half point; Pat Melvin, one-half point.
On Oct. 26 at Farmstead, Steve Maiorca, Jim Kennedy, John Methvin and Cliff Musselman were first with a 67. Format for the day was cha-cha-cha, with the game being called after nine holes because of rain. Ron Doeblin, Hugh Chinn, John Ogden and Joe Gallo were second.
On Oct. 28 Meadowlands, members used a Stableford format. Jim Kennedy was first at +9 and John Methvin second at +6. Sid Pennington, George O’Connell and Jerry Rubin tied for third. John Ogden and Joe Gallo tied for sixth.
On Friday at Meadowlands, Ned Meier, Cliff Musselman, Jim Kennedy and a draw were first on a match of cards with a 167. Teams scored two nets on the par-3 and par-4 holes and two nets and one gross on the par-5 holes. John Ducey, Joe Meo, Steve Maiorca and Ron Doeblin were second.
Sid Pennington eagled the 439-yard par-5 14th hole Friday at Meadowlands. He used a driver and a 5-hybrid to reach the green and sank the putt.
On Friday, the league played at Eagles Nest golf course. The team of Rod Rodriguez, Bill Miller, coach Dan Whinsett and Woody Knox tied with the team of Wash Dayton, Tom Leach, Ron Perry and John Duthie at +1.5.
The Calabash VFW played its weekly modified Stableford match Oct. 26 at Land-O-Lakes. First: Ed Hennessey, Chet Burton, Durwood Jackson and Tony Nye at +16.5. Second: Tommy Tucker, Jim Small, Ken Anthony and Benny Bruno at +13.5. Finishing third at +12.5 were Rich Marnell, Joe Cantello, Vince Krasniewicz and Jim Milstead. Lee Harrison had two skins. Jim Milstead, Bobby Poulton and Tony Nye had one skin each. Low rounds of the day: Tony Nye, 77; Jim Milstead, 79; Lee Harrison, 79; Jerry Marnell, 80.
CAROLINA BOGEY BUSTERS
Results of the match Oct. 27 at Brierwood. Gross A: Bill Allen, 86; Dick Wilson, 89; Ron Mayo, 94. Gross B: John Ciemniewski, 98; Ron Watson, 105; Don Cherry, 106. Net A: Eric Mayo, 70; Ron Mayo, 72; Bill Allen, 73. Net B: John Ciemniewski, 72; Ron Watson, 73; Don Cherry, 75. Closest to the pin: at No. 17, Eric Mayo. Fewest putts: Steve White, 26; Bill Allen, 28; Ron Mayo, 31; Dick Wilson, 33, Eric Mayo, 33; John Ciemniewski, 34.
Results of the league match Oct. 20 at Carolina Shores. Gross A: Bill Allen, 87; Noel Christie, 88; Dick Wilson, 89. Gross B: Corbin Ledford, 91; Ralph Phillips, 98; Ron Watson, 99. Net A: Noel Christie, 64; Raleigh Putnam, 71; Dick Wilson, Bill Allen, 74. Net B: Corbin Ledford, 64; Ron Watson, 67; Ralph Phillips, 70. Closest to the pin at 17: Dick Wilson. Fewest putts: Noel Christie, 29; Steve White, Bill Allen, 30; Ralph Phillips, 31; Jim Burke, Dick Wilson, Raleigh Putnam, 32.
CAROLINA SHORES MEN
Results of the match Oct. 30 at Carolina Shores. The format was three low net scores on each hole. First: Arnie Northrop, Dick Polonski, Joe Fioravanti and John Kain 190. Second: Dan Roberts, Gary Hertling, Jim Burke and Joe Broderick,194. Third: Glen Ikens, Paul Jordan, Paul Wuthrich and a draw, 197. Fourth: Gary Stewart, Buddy Broadnax, Gene Sanborn and a draw, 198. Low gross: Gary Stewart. Low net: Jim Burke. Closest to the pin: Gary Stewart at No. 3, Paul Wutrich at No. 7, John Kain at Nos. 12 and 17. Skins: Gary Stewart, Paul Jordan, Paul Wuthrich, Joe Fioravanti, John Kain, Joe Broderick and Bill Marsh.
CAROLINA SHORES STABLEFORD
Cart-paths-only didn’t stop seven teams from playing in the Stableford tourney at Carolina Shores. Glen Ikens led the winning team by shooting par on a wet course. The winning team was Bill Teschler, Tony Sneska, Keith Rogerson and Glen Ikens at +9. Second went to the team of Ken Sass, Don Rose, Dick Polonski and Jim Burke at +1. Third at even was Charlie Harless, his guest Bob Elkins, John Baron and Tony Languell.
In matches at Meadowlands, the team of Roger Geitzen, John Huddleston, Dick Cecil, Dan Andrews won the front nine at +1.5. Ray Wiltbank, Howie Murphy, Bob Mecleary, Russ Thompson and the team of Tony Mantini, Fred Johnson, Tim Gilman and Bill Tyson tied for second at +0.5. Bill Favro, Ted Fletcher, Pat Weese won the back nine at +12. Tony Mantini, Fred Johnson, Tim Gilman, Bill Tyson were second at +5.5. Roger Geitzen, John Huddleston, Dick Cecil and Dan Andrews were third at +4.
Overall, Bill Favro, Ted Fletcher, Pat Weese were first at +8. Tony Mantini, Fred Johnson, Tim Gilman and Bill Tyson were second at +6. Roger Geitzen, John Huddleston, Dick Cecil and Dan Andrews were third at +5.5. Individually, A, Ray Wiltbank, +4.5; B, Ted Fletcher, Devin Lutzy, +1; C, Tim Gilman, +6.5; D, Glenn Haffield, +4. Superflight: Tim Gilman, +6.5.
Results of the Stableford match Oct. 30 at Sandpiper Bay. Front-nine winners at +8 were Gerry Speck, John Koester, Donnie Studds and Jerry Way. Back-nine winners at +1 and overall +7.5 were Stan Kwasny, Rich Marnell and Jack Christensen. Flight winners: A, 0.5, Ed Kerr and Gary Larouche; B, +7, Jerry Way; C, +9.5, Jack Christensen; D, +2, Bob Meclery. Closest to pin at No. 8 (3 feet, 1 inch), Gerry Speck; at No. 15 (2-10), Jack Christensen.
LOCKWOOD FOLLY MGA
The Lockwood Folly Men’s Golf Association modified Stableford tournament was played Oct. 12. The format was one point for a bogey, two points for a par, four points for a birdie, six points for an eagle and eight points for a double eagle.
The A flight was won by Dave Cummings with 49 points. Allen Ayling won the front nine with 26 points and Charlie Roland won the back nine with 23 points. The B flight was won by Tim Taraska with 46 points. Ed Klosowski won the front nine with 23 points and Chuck Gregory won the back nine with 26 points. The C flight was won by David Mills with 42 points. Ray Basillio won the front nine with 23 points and Paul Thompson won the back nine with 22 points.
The Gold flight winner was Rich Modrowski with 65 points. Jim Bowers won the front nine with 28 points and Jerry Karr won the back nine with 27 points.
OCEAN RIDGE COUPLES
On Sunday at Panther’s Run, the format was three nets on holes 1-6, two nets on holes 7-12 and one net on holes 13-18. First: Chappy Jones, Al Bassett, Toni Roe, Marie Pugh (-13). Second: Eric Dunham, Dick Connolly, a draw and Linda Buck (-10). Third: Roger Buck, Carl Schuster, Mary Connolly and Mary K. Donahoe (-8). Fourth: Fred Bank, Don Rowland, Carol Dunham and a draw (-6). Birdies: Roger Buck at 13; Greg Paynter at 7. Chip-ins: Margaret Dinda at 13; Carole Schuster at hole 11.
OCEAN RIDGE LGA
Results of the league event Monday at Tiger’s Eye.
The format was two low nets with a twist: Use two low nets on all holes except par-3s on par-3s, use one low net and one low gross. First: Sally Duffy, Nancy MacDonald, Deb MacFarlane and Kathy Wicke. Second: Jeanne Maxon, Peggy Jones, Pam Bank and Judy Keegan. Pam Bank had a birdie on No. 4. Sally Duffy had low gross with a 94 and Peggy Jones had low net with a 78.
Bob Davis, Jack Gorman, Jim Marsh and a draw scored a +23 and won the weekly Players Golf Association team Stableford tournament Oct. 29 at Farmstead Golf Course. Second with a +10 were Bill Favro, Ray Girard, Bob Lange and Alex Olmstead. Third at +4 were Nick Samela, Bob Butkevicius, Ray O’Donnell and Wil Garvin. Closest to the pin were Bob Butkevicius at No. 3, Bob Davis at No. 6 and Wil Garvin at Nos. 12 and 17.
Results for the week of Oct 22: The winners were Bill Favro, Bob Lange, John McCloy and Bill Kasper with a score of 147. Game was two low nets on the front nine and three low nets on back nine. Bill Favro had low gross of 75.
BILL RUSSELL EAGLES
Bill Russell scored an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole at Farmstead. He used a driver and a 4-iron to reach the green and sank the putt.
Forty members of the Rebels traveled Friday to Oyster Bay to play an individual low net game. First: Place Bobby Bryce with a 66. Second was a tie between Frank Anderson and Barney Evangelista, with 67s. Frank McCarron scored a 69 for third. Fourth was a four-way tie at 70: Gene McDonald, Bob Morley, Jim Creighton and Bill Snyder. Next was a five-way tie at 71: Jim Emerson, Guy Tavel, Don Moore, Bill Pohlman and Mike Donovan.
The team game was two low nets of a foursome plus total team putts. Playing at home course Carolina Shores, the winning team was Carolyn Bosman, Sharon Clark, Mary Fran Ryon and a draw. Second went to Kay Craig, Donna Watkins, Gloria Crane and Dee Gillin.
Shooting individual low grosses were: Donna Watkins (95), Carol Groner (101), Karen Hertling (103). Donna Watkins took low net honors with 68 followed by Carolyn Bosman (71) and Betty Weaver (72). Donna Watkins had the fewest putts (30) and also won the best-decorated pumpkin prize.
SANDPIPER BAY MGA
The overnight storm soaked the golf courses and limited the play for Oct. 28. The game was changed to individual Chicago. Sand to Piper: first, Bill Spellicy with a +3. Second: Louie Valenzuela and John Wilkes at +2. Third: A +1 by Gary Swanson and Bob Nicoletti. There was a six-way tie for fourth at even. Bay to Sand: Rick Raad scored a +4 and took first. Phil Whitaker had a +3 for second. A +1 by Mike Finkelstein and Doug Williams tied for third.
SEA TRAIL HALLOWEEN GOLF
In the mixed couples trick-or-treat event Oct. 25, first were Dick Couch, Ches Burton, Lorraine Kazan and Cheryl Campbell. Second were Scott Bernreuther, Charlie Winter, Cheri Lambert and JoAnn Barton. Third by a match of cards were Dennis deLagarde, Frank Hunter, Sharon Markatos and Pat Sutton. Fourth were John Barton, John Goodrich, Loretta DeVita and Bobbie deLagarde.
SEA TRAIL HALLOWEEN TOURNEY
Results of the Halloween tourney Oct. 28 on the Byrd Course (one gross, one net, team play). First: Ed Apalinski, Louisa Clatterbuck, Pat Reid, a draw, 136. Second: Dick Lehrer, Pam Fisher, John Hogan, Carrie Wiles, 137. Third: Ron Cybyske, John Olson, Sharon Markatos, Madeline Dubas, 139. Fourth: Wayne Hellmann, John Goodrich, Diane Locke, Elaine Poston, 142. Fifth: Lou DeVita, Dave Foulds, Sherry Abernethy, Betsy Slover, 143 (match of cards). Sixth: Jack Keppler, Libby Wilson, Barbara Lawson, George Scheidle, 143 (match of cards). Seventh: John Barton, Sharon Winter, Joan Scheidle, Charles Valillo, 143 (match of cards).
Closest to the pin: Ralph Kennedy, No. 3; Louisa Clatterbuck, No. 7; Lou DeVita, No. 12; Pat Gooding, No. 16. Birdies: Mary Alice Jerome, No. 12; Louisa Clatterbuck, No. 7; Georgia Lounsbury, No. 7; Pat Gooding, No. 15. Chip-ins: Elaine Poston, No. 2; Madeline Dubas, No. 5.
SEA TRAIL MGA
The Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played four-man teams, three best net balls, Oct. 27 on the Maples Course. A flight: 1. Gene Method, Gene Scheck, Bubber Youngblood and a draw, 188; 2. John Barton, Scott Bernreuther, Wayne Hellmann and Bob Miller, 189; 3. Brad Dague, Dennis deLagarde, Lou DeVita and Bill Muckridge, 191; 4. Gary Fagan, Charlie Hanlon, Dick Sellers and Lee Sutton, 199. B flight: 1. Roy Cundiff, Tom Smith, George Spinatsch and Jerry Tanner, 194; 2. Gary Keife, Paul Laputka, George Scheidle and a draw, 196; 3. Joe Carpinello, Frank Santisi, Larry Tedesco and a draw, 202; 4. Ches Burton, Haley Jones, Frank Martorelli and John Rothermel, 203 (match of cards).
WINDING RIVER LADIES
Results of the member-member tournament at Carolina National Golf Course. First flight: low net, Diana Wells and Diane Sloat, 65 (match of cards); second, Dottie Reynolds and Mary Schuler, 65; third, Ann Phlegar and Betsy Pessetto, 66 (mc). Second flight: low net, Rose Mari Fassbender and Janet Gorman, 70 (mc); second; Cathy Wood and Donna Agopsowicz, 70; third, Pat Steele and Gae Hull, 72. Closest to the pins: Donna Agopsowicz, Jonquille Curwen (on two holes) and Chris Trickett.