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Golf

  • Bodenheimer wins Lexington tournament

    Kellan Bodenheimer, 12, of Winston-Salem, won a junior golf tournament played Aug. 9-10 at Lexington Golf Club. 

    In the second tournament in which he has ever played, Bodenheimer, the son of Jeff Bodenheimer and the grandson of Jim Bodenheimer, of Ocean Isle Beach and Lewisville, shot a 3-over-par 38 on the first day and 45 on the second day. He won by two strokes.

    Kellan Bodenheimer recently had won the 12-and-younger division in the Forsyth Open, the first tournament in which he ever competed.

  • Markatoses win Sea Trail couples’ title

    The Sea Trail Plantation Couples Golf Championship was played Aug. 7-8 on the Byrd and Maples courses, using the Ryder format. 

    The overall champions were Sharon and John Markatos with a score of 163.5. In better ball for nine holes, the winners were Lorraine and Ed Kazan with a score of 30. In modified alternate shot, the winners were Sharon and Charlie Winter with a score of 28.25. In captain’s choice, the winners were Dick and Joanna Brawley with a score of 25.25. In aggregate score, the winners were Ron and Madeline Dubas with a score of 66.5. 

  • Boob, Milazzo win Brierwood Golf Club championships

    The Brierwood Golf Club men’s and women’s championships were played Aug. 14-15.

    The field was divided into three flights, based on the scores from the first day of play. Prizes were awarded for first and second low gross and first and second low net. Overall low gross was the overall champion.

    The overall men’s club champion was Randy Milazzo. 

    In the championship flight, the low gross winner was Randy Milazzo. Chris Lane was second. The low net winner was Bill Tonking. Pete Kolvik was second.

  • Golf tournaments

    PIZZA-’N’-PUTT TOURNEY AUG. 20

    An all-you-can pizza and putt-putt golf event will take place from 5-9:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Bridge Grill in Sunset Beach. “Proceeds go to American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer,” Shirley Tacchetti said.

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TOURNEY

  • Golf Action

    BEACHCOMBERS

    Results of the league event played at Arcadian Shores Golf Club. Low gross: Dan O’Connell, 89. Low nets: O’Connell 70, Jim Beairsto 72. Team two low nets each hole: O’Connell, Beairsto and Bob Brownley, 11-under par. Golfer of the week was O’Connell.

    BRIERWOOD SCRAMBLE

    The team of Marianne Nobes, Glen Green, Bob Nobe and John Beavers finished first at at 2-over par in the Brierwood nine-hole mixed scramble Aug. 11. Fran Thomas, Rita DuGan, Ron Arvidson and Ralph Trimmer were second.

    BRIERWOOD WGA

  • Golf tournament briefs

    PIZZA-’N’-PUTT TOURNEY AUG. 20

    An all-you-can pizza and putt-putt golf event will take place from 5-9:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Bridge Grill in Sunset Beach. “Proceeds go to American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer,” Shirley Tacchetti said.

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TOURNEY

  • Results, scores from local golf leagues

    BRIERWOOD MGA

    The Brierwood Men’s Golf Association format for Aug. 5 was one best ball on the par 4s and two best balls on the par 3s and par 5s.

    The winners at -20 were Tom Arney, Odie Johnson, Paul Salerno and Gary McDaniel. In second at -18 was the team of Bernie Gruzlewski, Jim Pope, David Harper and a draw. The team of Harvey Hundley, Chuck Hornfeck and George Edwards finished third at -12.

    BRIERWOOD MIXED SCRAMBLE

  • The Hooters Carolina Series: Growing a crop of new pro golfers

    The Hooters Tour has several divisions in it: the Pro Series, Winter Series, Carolina Winter and Carolina Series. These are real tours with real professional golfers playing in them and believe me, they are fun to watch. 

    Last week, I spent some time with Chris Zeh, the tournament director for The Carolina Series of the Hooters Tour. The tour was making a stop at Oyster Bay and we had a chance to chat when he was setting up the course on Tuesday.  

  • Jim Roach defined sportsmanship

    BY ALAN HENSLEY AND GREG HENSLEY

    The First Tee has, at its foundation, established the Nine Core Values. These values (confidence, perseverance, honesty, responsibility, integrity, respect, judgment, sportsmanship and courtesy) are identified as positive and inherent to the game of golf.

    Sportsmanship: observing the rules of play and winning or losing with grace.

  • Golfer advances in EWGA championship

    Pam Jobin, of Leland, has advanced to the finals of the Executive Women’s Golf Association Championship.

    The EWGA semifinal championship for the Carolinas area of the Executive Women’s Golf Association was played July 24 at the Verdae Greens Golf Club in Greenville, S.C. The first-place gross and net winners in each flight advance to the final round of the EWGA Championship, considered the largest amateur women’s golf competition in the United States. Jobin, competing in the second flight, shot a net 82 and finished second.