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Today's Sports

  • Rivers Edge wins Interclub...

  • Nine First Tee Core Values:...

    BY JEFF AND KAY PATTERSON

    PUBLIC RELATIONS OF TFTBC

  • Bob Allen wins Best Bob...

    The fourth annual Best Bob Tournament was played Sept. 26 at Carolina National. Fourteen Bobs and three Bobbies competed. Bob Allen was crowned the Best Bob for the third straight year. He shot par. Bob Terwilliger won low net. Bob and Pat Collins took best team honors. Pat Terwilliger won best partner. Closest to the pin were Jane Hack and Bob Gorman. The long drive awards went to Ginny Pearson and Bob Mecanko. 

  • Worley wins Schaffler tourney

    Not allowing the storm of the year to wash out their fifth annual Sy Schaffler tournament, Lockwood Folly’s Golden Boys played the rain-shortened contest September 23-24 and Sept. 28.  

    Ernest Worley topped the field, winning the coveted Rodney Dangerfield plaid jacket, with Rich Modrowski’s second-place finish garnering the ersatz Masters green blazer.

  • Wiggins, Bergstrom Rivers Edge...

    After being the runner-up for the previous three years, Michael Wiggins won the 2010 Rivers Edge club championship, shooting 77-71¬—148.

    Four golfers were within four strokes of Wiggins after the first round. In the second round, he shot a 32 on the front nine. He shot a 39 on the back nine for the 1-under 71.

    Betsy Bergstrom won the women’s club championship, shooting 88-90—178. She is a two-time champion, having won in 2007.

    Nancy and Alan Hughes were the low-net winners in the club championship. Each shot a 143.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf...

    BEACHCOMBERS

    The Beachcombers played at the Valley At Eastport. Low gross: Gary Guthiel 80, Jim Beairsto 84 and Paul Michal 87. Low nets: Beairsto 64, Guthiel 66 and Bob Smith 69.

    Team two low nets each hole: Smith, Reggie Auten, Larry Cecil and Beairsto, 26-under par. Golfer of the week was Beairsto.

    BRIERWOOD MGA

  • Golf Gab: Seeing Brunswick...

    I have the most fun when someone who has not been here before comes to visit us. Our guests are always slack-jawed with admiration and awe at the beauty of Brunswick County. They exclaim over our golf courses, our beaches, our seafood, seabirds and salt-marches. They love the friendliness of our people, how they can go to a grocery store or dry cleaner and everyone talks to you. 

    Two weeks ago, two friends from New Jersey arrived for a visit. John Saporito and his wife, Barbara, after several years of invites, finally came to visit us.    

  • U.S. Open King Mackerel tourney...

    After weighing the forecasted tracks of Tropical Depression 16, the U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament board of directors has determined the safest course of action was  to postpone the 2010 tournament. The 2010 U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament dates have been changed to Oct. 15-16 with registration from 10 a.m.-midnight Oct. 14 at Southport Marina. For more information, visit www.usopenkmt.com or call (910) 457-5787.

  • Big changes in the weather, but...

    Well, we got our wish. The weather did change, but not so gracefully. 

    You may remember my pendulum theory regarding the weather; weather swings like a pendulum: if it goes too far one way, it will swing back too far the other in order to equalize. I know it’s been hot the past several weeks, but if you think back, other than the heat, it has been very good weather. Little to no rain and light winds have been the rule a big part of the summer. 

  • Fall fishing has finally arrived

    After the weather has finally given us a break, fall fishing has arrived on the Brunswick County coast. After a long, hot summer and then a burst of heavy rain and flooding conditions, the fish are running a little bit behind this year. But water temperatures are falling and anglers are waiting for the true fall fishing to turn on any day.

    Reports from up the coast to the north show some Carolina piers in the Wilmington region have already had some early spot runs. That is being closely watched by Brunswick pier anglers, as any day now the spot could come in bunches.