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The Lockwood Folly Men’s Golf Association played its red, white and blue tournament Dec. 5. Members who normally play from the white tees played three holes of their choice from each of the red, white and blue tees on the front and back nines. Members who normally play from the gold tees played three holes of their choice from each of the white, gold and red tees on the front and back nines.
Flight A: 1. Mike Verhooksy, net 65; 2. Bill Schmidt, net 71; 3. George Sampson, net 72. Flight B: 1. Charlie Roland and Tom Pollo, net 65; 3. Jim Platukis, net 71; 4. Rich Fonte, net 73. Flight C: 1. Tom Hoffman, net 67; 2. Gene Esposito, net 68; 3. Joe Troiano, net 70. Gold flight: 1. Paul Hursh, net 70; 2. Doug Wilburn, net 73; 3. Dave Suter, net 74.
MAYS EAGLES AT TIGER’S EYE
On Dec. 2, Stan Mays eagled the 525-yard par-5 17th hole at Tiger’s Eye. He used a driver, a 3-wood and a 4-iron, holing out from 175 yards.
PROCK ACES AT TIGER’S EYE.
On Dec. 2, Gary Prock aced the 135-yard 11th hole at Tiger’s Eye. He used an 8-iron.
The Men’s Club Shootout was Saturday. Dave Biesack, Dick Brown, Jack Blair and Bob Grabb were first (+21.0 points). Jim Edes, Al Zyga, Ken Horton and Dave Igelman were second (+5.5 points). Ray Audette, Pete Fedeli, Bob Melleky and Buddy Hollowell were third (+1.0 points).
Individually, Grabb was first +9.0 points, Audette second at +7.5 points and Blair third at +7.0 points.
In the two best-balls tournament Dec. 1, George Edwards, Howard Scott and Jack Harrison were first at 4-under par. In second at 3-under par were Al Ostranger, Tom Kronyak and Dave Harper. In third at 1-over par were Bob Nobes, Bernie Gruzlewski and Chuck Hornfeck.
On Dec. 4, the format again was two best balls. Paul Salerno, Bernie Gruzlewski, Chuck Hornfeck and Jim Pope were first at 21-under par. In second at 16-under par were Harvey Hundley, Dave Harper, Jack Harrison and a blind draw. In third at 12-under par were George Wilson, Marty Brkal, Tom Bowen and Bob Sterner.
The Charlie Stransky Scramble was played Dec. 6. Two teams tied for first at 4-under par: the team of Mike Holsea, Ralph Trimmer, Jack Harrison and Walt Brennan tied with the team of Bill Tonking, George Edwards, Bernie Gruzlewski and Marty Brkal. Next at 2-under was the team of Peter Kolvik, Dave Harper, Tom Bowen and Morris Hall tying with the team of Hollen Groff, Jerry Lula and Chuck Nash.
The team of Glen Green, Bob Nobes, and John Beavers finished first at 1-under par in the Brierwood nine-hole mixed scramble Dec. 3. At 3-over par, the team of Fran Thomas, Rita DuGan, Sharon Beavers and Chuck Hornfeck finished second. Taking third place were Carola Hornfeck, Deloris Gausch, Marianne Nobes and Ralph Trimmer.
BRUNSWICK PLANTATION LGA
In a fewest-putts tourney Dec. 1, Mae Drezek had 31 putts, Grace Byrne 35 and Theresa Georgens 36.
On Dec. 1 at Farmstead, Ned Meier, Rich West, Boomer Needham and a blind draw placed first with a 148. The team scoring was one gross and one net per hole. Sid Pennington, John Ducey, Joe Gallo and a blind draw were second with a 149.
On Dec. 3 at Meadowlands, John Methvin, Art Thompson, Rich West and Jim Kennedy placed first with a 129. Format for the day was cha-cha-cha. Sid Pennington, Boomer Needham, Jody Serensits and Joe Gallo placed second on a match of cards with a 130.
On Dec. 5 at the Meadowlands, Sid Pennington, Art Thompson, Frank Janton, Joe Meo and Joe Gallo placed first with a 187. The five-man teams scored one gross and two nets per hole. John Ducey, Jim Kennedy, Jen Dearborn, Ron Doeblin and Cliff Musselman placed second with a 190.
CAROLINA SHORES MEN
Results of the match Dec. 5 at Carolina Shores. The format was one net score on the par 3s, two net scores on the par 4s and three net scores on the par 5s. First: Mike Devereux, Joe Farmorco, Dick Polonski and Gene Sanborn at 131. Second: Gary Stewart, Tony Sneska, Paul Jordan and Bill Teshler at 132. Third: George Balbach, Rich Hamilton, Dan Roberts and Gary Hertling at 138 (by match of cards). Fourth: Glen Ikens, George Bridges, Mal MacRaild and John Kain at 138. Low gross: Paul Jordan 80. Low net: Gary Hertling 67. Closest to the pin: John Kain at No. 3, Bob Barrett at No. 7, Art Hahl at No. 12 and Joe Farmarco at No. 17. Skins: Tony Sneska, Paul Jordan, Dick Polonski, Gene Sandbord, Bill Gibbs, Glen Ikens, Mike Devereux and Dan Roberts.
The modified Stableford winners for Nov. 25 on the front nine were Bill Favro, Dick Cecil, Dan Bruscella, and Bill Kasper (+6.5). In second were Ed Hobgood, Yvon Montour and Gordon Much (+2). On the back nine, in first were Bill Favro, Dick Cecil, Dan Bruscella and Bill Kasper (+9). In second were Adam Peters, Paul Groves, Bill Blefco and Dick Klesius (+8.5). Overall in first were Bill Favro, Dick Cecil, Dan Bruscella and Bill Kasper (+15.5). In second were Adam Peters, Paul Groves, Bill Blefco and Dick Celsius (+4) and Ed Hobgood, Yvon Montour and Gordon Much.
Flights: A, Yvon Montour, +3.5; B, Dick Cecil, Jim Poole, +2.5; C, Dan Bruscella, +6.5; D, Bill Kasper, +5.5. Superflight: Dan Bruscella, +6.5.
AL GRAHAM STABLEFORD
Seven teams waited out the frost delay to play in the Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club Stableford tourney. The winners at -1 were Steve Jones, Bill Teschler, Leo Jarmusz and Ron Buck. Second place went to Ray Girard, Bill Gibbs, Mike Devereux and Tony Sneska (-5). Third place at -6 were George Balbach, Dan Roberts, Sandy Howard and Woody French.
The Lockwood LGA played a step-aside scramble Dec. 4. Finishing first were MaryAnn Mangum, Peggy Salayi, Fran Sampson and Jean White (76). In second were Sandi Emerson, Fran Fuchs, Deirdre Peters and Claire Shea (79). In third were Sue Clark, Pam Humenay, Georgine Pascale and Mary Ward (79).
OCEAN RIDGE COUPLES
Here are the results of the Ocean Ridge Couples event played Sunday on Tiger’s Eye. The game was an individual couples event with each couple counting all strokes for each hole played and then deducting its total handicap. Because of darkness, the game used the scores only through No. 16. First: Ed and Diana Gruver at 132, 4-over par. Second: Larry and Diane Wright at 134, 6-over par. Third: Brian and Toni Roe at 135, 7-over par.
Birdies: George James at No. 10, Bob Hartman chipped in at No. 2, Larry Wright at No. 13. Other chip-ins: Linda Buck at No. 4.
OCEAN RIDGE LGA
The Ocean Ridge Ladies Golf Association played Dec. 1 at Tiger’s Eye. The game was individual low gross and low net. Low gross, Patsy Mays, 95. First low net, Mickie Underhill, 75. Second low net, Doris McLaughlin, 80. Birdies: Patsy Mays, No. 5.
The Ocean Ridge Ladies Golf Association played Dec. 3 at Lion’s Paw. The game was two low nets.
Winning team: Diane Wright, Kathy Giancarlo, Valerie Ratchford and Becky Williams, -21.
Birdies: Diane Wright at No. 6 and No. 11, Pam Bank at No. 3 and Becky Williams at No. 11. Chip-ins: Linda Johnston at No. 11 and No. 12. Low gross, Erma Krahl, 89. Low net, Valerie Ratchford, 68.
OCEAN RIDGE MEN
The format for the tourney Dec. 1 at Tiger’s Eye was one net, two nets three nets, repeat. First: Gordon Wicke, Ed Gruver, Bill Hotop, Bob Ludman (-24). Second: Rick McCafferty, Roger Buck, Al Bassett, Mike Ratchford (-15).
On Dec. 3 at Tiger’s Eye, a net score, flighted tournament was played. In flight A: George Brooks (65), Steve Westfall (68). In flight B: Guy Giancarlo (70), Greg Kent (71). In flight C (16 holes): Roger Buck (62), Ed Gruver (63). In flight D (14 holes): Lou Stamboni (51 match of cards), Eric Dunham (51). In flight E (14 holes): Brian Roe (48), Al Bassett (51).
Closest to the pin: at No. 6, Carl Schuster; at No. 11, George Brooks.
The Renegades played an even-hole (one-half handicap) tournament Dec. 4 at Carolina Shores. Tournament winners were Jean Falls (37), Kathy Harniman (38) and Kathy Hahl (40). Low-gross winners were Falls (96), Carol Groner (99) and Kim Balbach (101). Falls also took first in low net with a 69 in a match of cards with Betty Johnston. Third in low net was Groner with a 71 in a match of cards with Laura Duncan and Harniman. Barbara Malina chipped in on hole No. 2 and Duncan had fewest putts (29).
PLAYERS GOLF ASSOCIATION
The team of Bob Davis, Roy Teasley and John Mccloy scored a 202 and won the weekly Players Golf Association tournament at Meadowlands Golf Course. The game played was one gross score and two net scores per hole. Finishing second with a 208 were Ernie Weeks, Jack Gorman, Nick Samela and Ernie Schober. In third at 209 were Bill Favro, Bill Kasper, Ray O’Donnell and Whit Swain. Tied for fourth with a 211 was the team of Don Chappell, Wil Garvin, Bob Lange and Jim Marsh and the team of Hal Moore, Angelo Bertolozzi, Dick Pearce and Pat Jones. Closest to the pin were Bob Lange at No. 5, Bob Davis at No. 8 and Ernie Weeks at No. 15.
The Rebels played Dec. 5 at Sandpiper Bay. The game was Chicago (one point for bogey, two for par, three for birdie and five for anything better than birdie. Establish the goal score by subtracting the individual handicap from 36.) First place with a +5 were Al Hooker and Charlie Richardson. Second place at +3 was a tie between the team of Al Paynter and a blind draw and the team of John Grossglass and Don Moore. Fourth place at +2 were Bill Sirk and Dan Norman.
Closest to the pin at No. 5 Bay was Bill Snyder. Closest to the pin at No. 2 Sand was Gene McDonald. Al Hooker shot a 75, beating his age by seven strokes. Bill Pohlman chiped in from about 65 yards for a birdie at No. 2 Bay.
SEA TRAIL LGA
Results of the low-gross, low-net tournament Dec. 3 at the Sea Trail Jones Course: Flight 1: Low gross, Lorraine Kazan, 94; 2. Pat Gooding, 98. Low net: 1. Pam Fisher, 75. 2. Marilyn Davidson, 80. Flight 2: Low gross, Jo Larson, 96; 2. Louisa Clatterbuck, 101. Low net: Sharon Winter, 73. 2. Mary Couch, 77. Flight 3: Low gross, Ruth Apalinski, 104 2. Marge Layden, 109. Low net: Loretta DeVita, 74. 2. Nancy Santisi, 77. Flight 4: Low gross, Kathy Ivey, 108. 2. Donna Morris, 118. Low net: Carrie Wiles, 75. 2. Denise Reiner, 79.
Birdies: Lorraine Kazan, No. 13, Pat Gooding, No. 5. Chip-ins: Ruth Apalinski, No. 4; Karen Rastocky, No. 16; Carrie Wiles, No. 3. Closest to the pin: Hal White, No. 2; Pat Gooding, No. 5; Lorraine Kazan, No. 13; Marge Layden, No. 17.