Fairway Notebook: Couples Club Holds Tourney
Seven Lakes: The Couples Club Championship was played Aug. 28 with Peg Ballew and Butch Allen winning with an aggregate gross score of 180. Marti Elliott and Ray Moore were second with 184.
The second game was the best net score of two players, and the winners were: Diane and Damon Boston, 64; Denny and Connie Galford, 67.
Closest to the pin honors went to Nancy Peterson on hole No. 7 and Ray Moore on hole No. 10.
The Women’s Golf Association played a Friendship Day Aug. 30. The 18-holers and 9-holers combined for a two best ball of the foursome game. Two teams, tied at 68: Diane Boston, Nancy Kling, Donna McClung, Darlene Wiebking and Peggy Ballew, Mary Ann Gerney, Judy Hogan, Marilyn Quintana.
The Nine Hole Lakers played Aug. 31 and the game was “two putts max.” The winners: Flight 1 - Barb Gerhardt, 32; Betsy Jones,33; Diane Boston, 34. Flight 2 – Marilyn Hoffman, 32; Lillian Schafer, 36.
National: The Women’s Golf Association played Aug. 31 in their President’s Cup tournament. The 18-hole results: Gross: Norma Hyland, 88; Diana Tate, 99. Net: Maureen Buckley, 74; Pia Orlandi, tied at 77, with Lois Lee. The 9-hole results: Gross: Heather Barnwell, 60. Net: Judy Vanica, 43.
Knollwood: The Rainmakers played Aug. 30 in a “guess your score” game, with gross scores only: No handicaps were involved. Players entered a score they thought they would play to. Flight 1 – a five-way tie at plus 1 – Janet McDowell, Peggy Jones, Lucky Levin, Lois Vollmer and Dee Hancock. Flight 2 – Joan Mangrum, even; Linda Parke and Mary Curl, each plus 1. Flight 3 – Carole Amlot and Elizabeth Green, even; Marquita Daniels, plus 2.
The Sandblasters golf results for Aug. 30, in an individual by flight format, are: Flight 1 – Paul Leach, 38 (MOC); Jim Braunscheidel, 38 (MOC); Harvey Koonce, 39. Flight 2 – John Mannion, 41; Ron Flock, 42; Bob Mellinger, 43. Flight 3 – Jack Henderson, 45; Chuck Crum, 47 (MOC); Glen Kendall, 47 (MOC). Flight 4 – Len Grasso, 45; Clark Russell, 48; Dick Heilman, 51. Paul Leach and Jim Braunscheidel tied at gross 38.
Whispering Pines: The Pinettes played Aug. 30 in an “even holes” only event. The winners: Flight 1 – Dot DeMasi, 31; Marsha Paff, 34. Flight 2 – Joy Hertel, 31; Sandy Hallet, 34. Flight 3 – Elke Phillingane, 28; Nancy O’Connell, 30. Flight 4 – Doris Lanning, 32; Daryl Pierce, Mary Steffan and Louise Warnimont tied at 33. Flight 5 – Kimi McDevitt, 28; Jane Adams, 30; Mary Jane Barth and Marilyn Navarro tied at 31. Flight 6 – Elouise Burns, 28; Joyce Reitler, 30.
The Ninettes played Aug. 29 in a “TTFF” game, only scores on holes beginning with T or F counted. Competition was on the front nine of the East Course. Flight 1 – Pat Linss, 22; Mary Jakucyk, 22.5. Flight 2 – Linda Anderson, 18; Sandy O’Malley, 23.
The Men’s Golf Association played Aug. 31 in a captain’s choice scramble tournament. The winning teams: Jim Kelley, Pat Lynch, Bob Imbraile, Bob Tice, 62 (MOC); Art Woodward, Jerry Lloyd, Bill Saylor, Buck Burns, 62.
Mid Carolina Men’s Golf Association: Competition was held on Pinehurst No. 6, on Aug. 29, with 10 clubs participating. There are 12 players from each club with prizes awarded for low gross and low net.
Gross: Rudy Baxley, Foxfire, 75; Tony Embrey, Pinehurst; Dale Andress, Foxfire; Dwight Pike, Pinewild, Ron Smith, Carolina Trace – all tied at 76. Net: Don Stuchell, Foxfire, 64; Jim Kelley, Whispering Pines, 66; Don Mangas, Woodlake, 67; Don Freiert, Beacon Ridge, 67; Larry Scott, Beacon Ridge, 68; George Talbot, Beacon Ridge, 68; Dave Hampton, Pinehurst, 69; Don Smith, Beacon Ridge, 69; Joe Poteate, Deercroft, 70; Ralph Martin, Carolina Trace, 70; Bill Pomplun, Foxfire, 70; Brian Manley, Foxfire, 71; Flash Gordon, 71; Pete Wilkinson, Pinehurst, 71; Larry Anderson, 71.
Pinehurst Results: Pinewild, 728; Pinehurst, 731; Beacon Ridge, 731; Anderson Creek, 732; Foxfire, 740; Carolina Trace, 746; Woodlake, 752; Whispering Pines, 769; Deercroft, 771; Seven Lakes, 799.
Year to date: Pinehurst, 5,750; Carolina Trace, 5,859; Beacon Ridge, 5,863; Pinewild, 5,864; Anderson Creek, 5,880; Foxfire, 5,901; Whispering Pines, 5,921; Woodlake, 5,995; Deercroft, 6,091; Seven Lakes, 6149.
The next event will be held Sept. 29, at Whispering Pines.
Whispering Woods: The Men’s Golf Association played Aug. 26 and the game was three low net balls for each threesome. Rich Moran, Jerry Moran, Ken Pomeroy, 214.
On Aug. 29 the game was mixed holes, played in threesomes, with Bill Bartlett, Fred Miller and Rich Moran scoring 91.
Aug. 31 the event was an individual flag tournament (each player plants his flag where his handicap ran out). The winners: Charley Frick, 18 holes plus 8 strokes. Glenn Bernhard, 18 holes plus 4 strokes. Fred Miller, 18 holes plus one stroke. Al Gaeta, 18 holes.
Woodlake: The Ladies Niners played a “best 7 holes” Aug. 29 on the Maples Course with the following results: Flight A – Pat Hruska, 20; Sook Shin, 24 (MOC); Elena Burd, 24 (MOC). Flight B – Brenda Tillman, 21; Margie Spory, 26; Norma Loase, 27. Flight C – Joyce Petersen, 22; Margaret Corbin, 24; Lil Johnston, 25.
The Ladies Golf Association played Aug. 30 and the game was a player in the box plus one other net score. Competition was on the Maples Course. Pat Bickoff, Angie Forge, Ruth Straka, 144; Lorraine Buracker, Barbara Jordan, Doris Munguia, 148.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played Aug. 25 in a 9-hole, net scores only contest. The winners: Flight 1 – Dee Hancock, 30; Doris Stone 32; Lois “Vollmer, 32. Flight 2 – Margene Chapman, 34; Marjorie Heffner, 37.
The Men’s Golf Association played Aug. 31 in a scramble tournament. 18-hole winners: Joel Rabdau, Jim Braunscheidel, Paul Aschmetat and Neil Hartwick, 67. 9-hole winners: Bill Crenson, Dick Madeira, Charles Childers and Dick Lawrenson, 35.
Pinehurst: The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament Aug. 23 on Course No. 4. The game was one best ball on hole No. 1 and two best balls on Hole No. 2, repeating this pattern for 18 holes. Overall – Thomas Burton, Robert Campbell, John McPhaul, Jim Allen, 88 (MOC); Stephen Errickson, Bill Rinaman, Dan Delgarn, Rick Riordan, 88 (MOC); Frank Ragona, Joe Kasko, Jerry Montgomery, Richard Osborne, 89. (No front nine news.)
Back nine: Roy Morrow, Larry Phillips, Roger Saylor, 46; Paul Gemme, Larry Ringen, Al Beranek, Randy Whitten, 47 (MOC); Bob Hilsby, George Neil, Walter Hess, Carmine Lemma, 47 (MOC). Front nine: Jack McCall, Ronald Wiles, David Brown, Bill Pelekoudas, 46. Roy Longhta, Patrick Nevins, Bob Shenkle, terry Wade, 44; Fred Nuenighoff, James Swarbrick, Ronald Essick, James Plankar, 43. Back nine: Peter Gross, John McNeill, Phil Hinesley, Barry Lyons, 40 (MOC); Stever Karpas, Harold Schneider, John Gerney, Alan Greenblatt, 40 (MOC). Doug Lapins, Walt Densmore, Richard Heilman, Pete Kremer, 38.
The Silver Foils played Aug. 30 and the game was two best balls on the front nine and one best ball on the back nine. Cindy Motter, Joann Breslin, Sandy Smith, Cheri Guidice, 92; Eleanora Voelkel, Cookie Kremer, Nan Wood, Sigrid Gross, 95 (MOC); Sis Liston, Jean Conry, Mira Reynolds, Nancy Blum, 95 (MOC).
The Birdies played Aug. 29 and the game was “rack ’em up” in a Stableford format with ABCD teams. The winners: Jane Lee, Maureen Reeves, Mary Chapman, Joyce Reidel, 61; Beth Bennington, Vera Pelekoudas, Judy Gemme, Blind Draw, 58; Lynn Cain, Billie Oxrieder, Gail Ford, Janet Aruscavage, 54.
The Chippers played Aug. 31 on Course No. 1 in a cha-cha-cha game with each player allowed her full handicap. The winning team was Jackie Romanker, Barbara Riley, Marie Richmond and Susan Angelier with net 70.
Pinewild: The Women’s Golf Association played Sept. 1, in a two best balls of the foursome, with one bad hole on the front and one on the back thrown out. Competition was on the Magnolia Course and the teams were ABCD.
The winners: Peggy Clark, Linda Bell, Sue Wisniewski, Louise Pryor, 103. Sandy Gruin, Mary Lou Roche, Chris Johnson, Betty Mulvaney, 104; Paula Montgomery, Blind Draw, Janet Clark, Phyllis Clark, 108; Judith Kelley, BJ Fulcher, Kathy Samchalk, Jan Behnke, 108; Debra Smith, Chris Novak, Patty Hmel, Jean Weiler, 110.
Longleaf: The Longleaf Ladies played on Sept. 1, and the game was F & T’s (holes beginning with F and T). Sally Emerine and Pat Koubek, 33; Gloria Botnick, Jean Gleason, Jan Fisher, 34; Joan Baldwin, Matti Jakobsen, 35.
The Men’s Golf Association played Aug. 31 in a Stableford tournament, using full handicaps. Players won one point for a net par, two for a net birdie and three for a net eagle.
Dick Prevatt was first with 24 points, Paul Hogan was second with 20 points. Dick Baldwin and Ted Gleason tied with 19 points.
Beacon Ridge: Sue Sikes is the winner of the Beaconette Cup with a net score 33. Other winners: Susan Schurr, 33; Dorothy Martin, 36; Linda Talbot, 38.
Foxfire: The Ladies Golf Association played a game of one net ball on par-5s, two net balls on par-4s and three net balls on par-3s. The winners: Sue Durham, Lucille Cardelle, Barbara Gaimari, 133; Kathy Lishawa, Rhea Boelter, Bertha Christman, 137.
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