NANCY O'CONNELL: Fairway Notebook: Pagano Gets Hole-In-One
Hole-In-One: Mary Pagano, a member of Seven Lakes, scored an ace Nov. 11 while playing the 113-yard 10th hole. She used her 7-wood. Her playing partners were Peggy Ballew, Grae Starwald and Lois Schliepsiek.
Southern Pines: The Par Seekers played a "Wing Ding" tournament Nov. 5, and the format was a captain's choice on the front nine and two better balls of each team on the back nine.
The winners were Bonnie Quesenberry, Cathy Murphy, Lavon Pare and Pegge Banks, 101; Pat Billingham, Joan McCreedy, Jeanice Snyder and Pat Hoffman, and Ann Kendall, Nancy Jacobs, Rosemary Goodrich and Millie Johnson tied at 105.
The Par Seekers played Nov. 11 in a "Tee to Green" tournament, net scores only.
Flight 1 -- Cathy Murphy, 45; Joan McCreedy and Nancy Jacobs tied at 46; Jenny Sherrill and Ann Kendall tied at 47.
Flight 2 -- Rosemary Goodrich, 40; Jeanice Snyder and Billie Joyce Hill tied at 41; Jenny Stuber, 45.
National: The Women's Golf Association played in a Pink tournament. The gross winner with 95 was Kathy Fiske. The net winner at 77 was Lynne Frazier.
The Women's Golf Association played in a nine-hole "Three Club Challenge" on Nov. 12. The winners were Lois Lee at 33, and Betty Lynch and Tracey Lorenz tied at 34.
The Men's Day results for Nov. 8 in a one gross and two net contest were Pat Butcher, Bob Faenza, Steve Points and Pat Molamphy at 213.
In the Skins Game, the winners were Pat Molamphy, three; Bob Faenza, two; and Neal Jarest, one.
Longleaf: In the member-member tournament, held in early November, the format was two-person teams with Stableford scoring and 80 percent of each player's handicap used for scoring. On the first day, scoring was one best ball, and on day two, it was two best balls. The men were divided into three flights, and the women into two flights.
Results for the men:
Pebble Beach Flight -- Abdian and Robbins beat Dunn and Mulvihill, 100 points to 99.
Augusta Flight -- Baldwin and Cortes beat Hallman and Downing, 99 to 98.
Pinehurst Flight -- Fish and Liveris beat Koubek and Cantele, 105 to 102.
Results for the women:
Spyglass Flight -- Borrell and Carter won with 101 points. Castle and Steele were second with 94.
Torrey Pines Flight -- Fisher and Liveris won with 87 points. Blakeman and Cantele were next with 81.
The Ladies Golf Association played a game of two best net balls on the front nine and three best net balls on the back nine. The winning team was Pat Koubek, Christine Carter, Jean Gleason and Diane Steele at 167. Marian Morrison chipped in on hole 5 and Joyce Leo on hole 14.
The Ladies Golf Association announced the match play winners for 2008.
Flight 1, Dottie Guckin, 100; Flight 2, Joyce Leo, 99; Flight 3, Christine Carter, 130; Flight 4, Marian Morrison, 137.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played Nov. 6 in a low gross/low net tournament. Winners in the 18-hole division were:
Flight 1 -- Joanne Rabdau, gross 90; Pat Easter, net 72.
Flight 2 -- Margaret Goodfellow, gross 107; Sally Stultz, net 72.
Winners in the nine-hole division were Bev Braunscheidel, gross 49; and Peggy Crew, net 40.
Bev Braunscheidel chipped in on 2, Carolyn Crenson and Sally Stultz on 5, Doris Stone on 6, and Terry Zeterburg and Carol Linthicum on 10.
The Men's Golf Association played a Nassau tournament Nov. 12, and the format was two best balls of the foursome. Art Gula, Joel Rabdau, Tom Delehaunty and Paul Aschmetat were the overall winners on 18 holes with 123.
Joe Alden, Harvey Koonce, Tom Zeterberg and Charles Cook won the front nine with a net 62. The back nine winners were Dave Petro, Jim Braunscheidel, Bob Mellinger and Wade Vollmer at 68.
Art Gula won low gross with 78, and Wade Vollmer won low net with 68.
In a nine-hole Skins Game, Richard Lawrenson won on hole 1, Justin Hendrix on holes 2 and 6, and Richard Kelley on hole 7.
Birdies were recorded by Justin Hendrix on holes 2 and 6, Art Gula on 10 and Jim Braunscheidel on 6.
Pinehurst: The Women's Golf Association played an individual low gross and low net tournament Nov. 7 on Course No. 5. Diane Yelovich won low gross with 74.
Flight 1 -- Gross: Maggie Sanger, 76; Sandy Edens, 82. Net: Diane McCall, 72 by a match of cards (MOC) over Tonya Brown.
Flight 2 -- Gross: Thersia Noggle, 86 by a MOC over Denise Frobey. Net: Soung J.A. Neubauer, 68; Joan Sponik, 73.
Flight 3 -- Gross: Ann Nash, 87; Lisa Carothers, 93. Bonnie Hanly, 70; Sheryl Robinson, 73.
Flight 4 -- Gross: Jimmie Hepner, 92; Billie Oxrieder, 95. Net: Sue Smith, 71; Rita Dinapoli, 72.
Flight 5 -- Gross: Jackie Romanker, 96; Phyllis Reaper, 101. Net: Janice Biegger, 70; Caroline Young, 74.
Flight 6 -- Gross: Janice Huff, 104; Rita Clayton, 107. Net: Myrna Spencer, 72;J. J. White, 75.
The Birdies played Nov. 11, and the game was "Marching Orders," in which one best net ball and one best gross ball of two-player teams were used for scoring. Only 95 percent of each player's handicap was used for scoring and the foursomes were AA/BB and CC/DD. The winners were:
AA/BB -- Tonya Brown, Jane Wilkinson, Billie Oxrieder and a blind draw, 151; Mary Bartley, Marie Schneider, Chris Lawn and Phyllis Reaper, 152.
CC/DD -- Pat Durkee, Dot Olson, Ellie Ray and Olive Muiter, and Nathalie Thomas, June Eichele, Pauline Roe and Jan Aruscavage, 172.
Jackie Meyer is the Birdies stroke play tournament winner for 2008. Competition was played on Oct. 14, 18 and 21.
The Silver Foils played a championship tournament over two days Nov. 6 and 11. The winners were:
Flight 1 -- Debbie Smith, first; Diane McCall, second.
Flight 2 -- Joyce Harter, first; Ann Nash, second.
Flight 3 -- Dee Bilodeau, first; Sigrid Gross, seond.
Flight 4 -- Jimmie Hepner, first; Vera Gabriel, second.
Knollwood: The Rainmakers played for the Second Monday Cup on Nov. 10.
Flight 1 -- JoAnn Slayton, 30; Dot Smith, 35.
Flight 2 -- Linda Park, 29; Jo Green, 31.
Flight 3 -- Marilyn Huntress, 36; Barbara Mellinger, 38.
Flight 4 -- Peg Baran and Barbara Farr tied at 33; Marie Wojcieszak, 34.
Barbara Mellinger chipped-in on 2.
The Sandblasters played Nov. 11 in a contest using two best balls of the foursome. The winners were Jim Taylor, John Manning, Mac Andrews and Dick Madeira, 53; Steve Zachary, Paul Cottam, Glen Kendall and Dick Larsson, 54; and Jim Branched, Bob Malinger, Mary Fining and a blind draw, 56.
Steve Zachary and Art Gula shared low gross honors with 38. Jim Burrill won low net at 30. Birdies were recorded by Art Gula, Steve Zachary and Jim Taylor on 1, Jim Braunscheidel and John Mannion on 8, and Jim Burrill on 9.
Closest to the pin was Steve Zachary.
Seven Lakes: The Women's Golf Association held two events Nov. 11. This was "Beat the Champ," but Lois Schliepsiek maintained her title for 2008 with net score of 68. The second was the Cordial Cup tournament, and Schliepsiek won once again with a net score of 68. Flight winners were:
Flight 1 -- Mary Pagano, 74; Diane Boston, 76; Barb Keiffer, 77.
Flight 2 -- Betty Larson, 76; Kathy Goodman, 77; Jule Thornton, 79.
Flight 3 -- Barb Tomberlin, 76; Edie Starkey, 78; Judy Francis, 82.
The nine-hole Lakers played Nov. 12 in a Cordial Cup contest and low putts game. Ellen Smith won the Cordial Cup with net 35, and Peg Hart won low putts with 16.
Other winners were:
Flight 1 -- Peg Hart, 38 by a MOC over Peg Woodard.
Flight 2 -- Jo Bennett, 38.
Flight 3 -- Jeanne Thomson, 35 by a MOC over Ev Lawnhardt.
Beacon Ridge: Sarah Abbott had a net 69 to win the November Beacon Cup and the overall Beacon Cup honors for the season.
Flight 1 -- Hilde Krallinger, 73; LaVonne Hurd, 73; Eleanor Carraher, 75; Nancy Cunningham, 75.
Flight 2 -- Millie Allen, 74; Ellen Leslie, 77; Marion Goercke, 79.
Flight 3 -- Kathleen Deignan, 75; Lois Dole, 78; Jeannie Auditore, 78.
In a Turkey Shoot game, the winners of gift cards were Marilyn Dumbleton, 70; Judy Kullberg, 72; Ann Sciarrino, 72; Barbara Card, 72; Cindy Osborne, 72; and Sandy McDermott, 73. Dawn Shapiro won closest to the pin honors on 5.
Pinewild: The Women's Golf Association played Nov. 11 in a peer play tournament on the Holly Course. The winners were:
Flight 1 -- Gross: Debbie Regula, 81. Net: Linda Bell, 67; Brenda D'Onle, 69.
Flight 2 -- Gross: Carol Smith, 89. Net: Marie Gilbertson, 68; Carole Roth, 71.
Flight 3 -- Gross: Jackie Lundberg, 96. Net: Marilyn Mahan, 70; Mary Schneider, 71.
Flight 4 -- Gross: Phyllis Clark, 100. Net: Joan Power, 68 by a MOC over Jan Cashion.
Whispering Woods: The Men's Golf Association played Nov. 10 in threesomes, and the format was three best balls for scoring. John Hamm, Tony Rodriquez and Don Smedley carded a 212. Charlie DiLaura, Fred Miller and Ken Pomeroy had 218.
Foxfire: The Ladies Golf Association played a season long pairs tournament. There were 12 two-person teams, with six designated as red and six designated as grey. The teams played against each other, and the format was one best ball of the team.
The winners for the year were Kim Spaulding and Anita Clapp, Mary Spotts and Flo LaShomb, LaVerne Hess and Jaunita McCleney, and Lucille Cardelle and Sue Durham.
The 18-Hole Ladies played a captain's choice for its final round of the 2008 golf season Nov. 12, with three teams scoring 37: Judy Dickerson, Jean Brown, Nancy Cauto and Barbara Gaimari; Leslie Frusco, Kim Spaulding and Bertha Christman; and Joan Fruiesen, Sue Durham, Ruth Seevers and Claire Marks.
Whispering Pines: The Ninettes played Nov. 10 in a season closing tournament. The format was a modified captain's choice on the front nine of the East Course. Jill Brown, Dee Heine, Connie Tingley and Joan Willison won with a 47. In second place with a score of 50 were Linda Anderson, Daryl Pierce, Barbara Saul and Mimi Schoolcraft.
Sandy O'Malley won the Most Improved Player for 2008.
Birdie pins were given to Barb Carlson, Mary Jakucyk, Joan Malloy, Dixie Oliver and Daryl Pierce.
Chip-in pins were awarded to Jane Adams, Jill Brown, Val Flahie, Sandy Gerdes, Dee Heine, Wilma Hohwald, Daryl Pierce, Mary Jakucyk and Mimi Schoolcraft.
Ringer winners for 2008 were JoAnn Boron, Mary Jakucyk, Mimi Schoolcraft, Linda Anderson, Sandy Gerdes, Sandy O'Malley and Margaret Pluff.
The Men's Golf Association played Nov. 11 in a "1-2-3 Variation" tournament. On holes 1 to 6, three best balls were needed for scoring, two best balls on holes 7 to 12 and one best ball on holes 13 to 18.
The winners were Jim Mullin, Richard Hammond, Pat O'Malley and Sean Duggan, 114; Jack Lyons, Tony Grose, Robert Tice and Paul Hallet, 124; Bob Adams, Ron Hendrick, Michael Tile and Eric Stefanko, 127.
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