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Golf

  • Senior golf tourneys

    These are dates for the Brunswick County Parks and Recreation 55+ Golf Program. Contact Khrystye Haselden at khaselden@brunsco.net or call 910-253-2670.
    Feb. 20, Cape Fear National Golf, $45, 8:30 a.m. sign-in, 9:30 start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, refreshments and prizes. Cart attendant’s tip is not included in price.
    March 20, Tiger’s Eye at Ocean Ridge, $45, 8 a.m. sign-in, 9 a.m. start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, cart attendants, refreshments and prizes.  

  • Tournament of Champions to be played at Crow Creek

    Crow Creek will host the 2013 Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions in the fall. This is the 10th anniversary of the tournament, which started in 2004.
    I am delighted with the venue. This spectacular layout is scenic and long, but fair. It is always in excellent condition, thanks to the efforts of superintendent Joe Jamison.
    Last week, Beacon representatives met with the staff of Crow Creek and finalized the plans for this year’s event. The dates are Nov. 16-17.

  • Tee it up at the Golf Ball

    Mike Gildea
    Special to The Beacon

  • Senior golf tourneys

    These are dates for the Brunswick County Parks and Recreation 55+ Golf Program. Contact Khrystye Haselden at khaselden@brunsco.net or call 910-253-2670.
    Jan. 16, Thistle Golf, $45, 9 a.m. sign-in, 10 a.m. start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, cart attendants, refreshments and prizes.  
    Feb. 20, Cape Fear National Golf, $45, 8:30 a.m. sign-in, 9:30 start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, refreshments and prizes. Cart attendant’s tip is not included in price.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf leagues

    Beachcombers
    The Beachcombers played their first three-nets tournament of the new year on Friday at Cypress Bay. The winners with a score of 198 (-18) were Tom Culverwell, Bob Byrne, Roger Dunham and Gary Gutheil. In second at 201 (-15) were Jim Ritter, Sid Silver, Dan O’Connell and Paul Michal. Low gross was Sid Silver and Gary Gutheil, 86; Paul Hichal, 87; and Bob Byrne, 88. Low nets were Bob Byrne, 68, and Tom Culverwell and Paul Michal, 69. Tom Culverwell is golfer of the week.

  • Get fit for golf: Adopt a dog and walk

    It’s a whole new year with endless possibilities, so let’s talk about fitness and how a dog can improve your game.
    In most of our golf communities, dogs must be walked on a leash. Walking your dog several times a day is a good thing.
    The Mayo Clinic tells us that walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise that can ease you into a higher level of fitness and health. It can lower bad (LDL) cholesterol, raise good (HDL) cholesterol, lower blood pressure, reduce or manage type 2 diabetes, manage weight, improve your mood and help you to stay strong and fit.

  • Golf tournaments

    Senior golf tourneys
    These are dates for the Brunswick County Parks and Recreation 55+ Golf Program. Contact Khrystye Haselden at khaselden@brunsco.net or call 910-253-2670.
    Jan. 16, Thistle Golf, $45, 9 a.m. sign-in, 10 a.m. start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, cart attendants, refreshments and prizes.  
    Feb. 20, Cape Fear National Golf, $45, 8:30 a.m. sign-in, 9:30 start. Price includes cart fee, greens fee, refreshments and prizes. Cart attendant’s tip is not included in price.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf leagues

    DFC
    Stableford results Friday at Oyster Bay. First: Billie James, Bill Cleaver, Mike Naudus, Steve Prigge (-5) Second: Don Fidura, Larry Zub, Nick Calderaro (-9.5) Third: Ed Hobgood, Bill Favro, Rick Ellwanger, Duane Durbin; Paul Hourigan, Al Lowrie, Dick Turner, Jake Mathieu (-14). Fifth: Charles Rowe, Owen, Jim Milstead, Joe Nance; Al Thompson, Pat Finnegan, Ron George, Bill Southard (-15.5).

  • U.S. Golf Association stirs controversy with putter ruling

    There’s a monster storm cloud on the horizon of the golf world. It revolves around the United States Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club and their recent proposed rule change that would disallow anchoring a long putter against the torso.  

  • Ocean Ridge Men’s Golf group donates to First Tee

    During its annual campaign earlier this year, the Ocean Ridge Men’s Golf Association raised $5,745 for The First Tee Brunswick County. This is the sixth consecutive year ORMGA has conducted this campaign, raising more than $35,000 for TFTBC.