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Golf

  • The Future Generations Tournament comes to St. James on June 7

    Grab your clubs and sign up for the Future Generations Tournament June 7 at St. James Plantation. It’s a world of fun. Great golf on three fine golf courses, wonderful food, prizes, camaraderie and all for a good cause: The First Tee of Brunswick County. 

    Out of the nearly 200 chapters of The First Tee in the U.S. and the world, ours is an Ace level chapter, which means it’s one of the best in the world.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf leagues

     Beachcombers

    Results of a 1-2-3 cha-cha-cha tournament Friday, March 28, at Meadowlands. The winners with a score of 115 (-29) were Ed Nocella, Paul Michal, Gary Gutheil and Dick Cecil. Second were Jim Beairsto, Sid Silvers, Scott McBean and Hal Riebesehl at 125 (-19). Low scores: Silvers and Gutheil, 89. Net: Nocella, 66, and Jim Ritter, 67. Nocella is golfer of the week.

     

    Brick Landing

  • CVGA golf

     CVGA golf

  • Mixed golf can be fun

     Mixed golf can be a lot of fun, or it can also be a pain.

    I’ve played in a lot of mixed events and I’ve seen it all. Some golf tournaments were absolute nightmares; others were a lot of fun.

  • CVGA golf

     The Calabash Veterans' Golf Association played a Stableford event March 24 at

    Ocean Ridge Plantation’s Tiger’s Eye. First were Hal Riebesehl, Jim

    Maurer, Bill Murray and Joe Dagenais, +19. Second were John Casey, Denny

    Miller, Jerry Wiles and Tom Leach, +15. Third were Ken Locatelli, John Yencik,

    Bill Tornabene and Ray O’Donnell, +14.5. Gross: Art Williams, 74. Closest to pin: at 2, Ron Medaglia 12 feet, 10 inches; at 6, Frank Masi, 2-5; at 11, Pete Hummer, 11-11; at 17, Art Williams, 13-1.

  • Golfing couple: Mark and Marilyn Greenfield of Carolina National

     Over the years, Golf Gab has featured various pros, golf course superintendents, instructors, club managers and golf course designers.

    Each fall, we run several articles about our men’s and women’s club champions in conjunction with the annual Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions.

    Last week I had a brainstorm: Wouldn’t it be fun to write about some of our local golfers, our amateurs, who live and play the game in Brunswick County?

  • Scores, highlights of area golf leagues

     Beachcombers

    The Beachcombers played a two-nets tournament Friday, March 14, at Panther’s Run. The winners with a score of 123 (-21) were Ed Redman, Sid Silver, Tom Culverwell and Ed Nocella. Second were Hal Riebesehl, Scott McBean and Dan O'Connell at 129 (-15). Low score: McBean, 88. Net: McBean, 68, and Redman, 67. Ed Redman is golfer of the week.

     

    Brierwood WGA

  • International golf coming here

     Golf in our area is going international.    

    The Sea Trail Golf Resort was recently purchased by the Chinese and they are investing heavily into regenerating and restoring the complex. They hope to attract players from China, who will then come for vacations and perhaps later buy real estate.   

    Now, the Myrtle Beach World Amateur has scheduled an annual golf contest between China and the U.S.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf leagues

     The Beachcombers played a 3-man team, all-nets tournament Friday, Feb. 28, at Meadowlands. The winners with a score of 224 were Tom Culverwell, Jim Ritter and Dick Cecil. Second were Jim Fitzner, Jim Beairsto and Bob Smith, 233. Low round: Culverwell, 92. Net: Culverwell, 69. Culverwell is golfer of the week.

    CFAG

  • New owner brings new vision to Sea Trail

     Sea Trail Golf Resort and its three fabulous golf courses have long been a favorite with me and my family. Twenty-five years ago, the Maples Course opened, followed by the Byrd Course, then the Jones.

    Odd names, perhaps, but not when you realize the courses were designed by three of the most pre-eminent golf course architects in the world: Dan Maples, Willard Byrd and Rees Jones. Each was a pleasure to play and they were always on our list of courses when we came down to the Grand Strand on family vacations.