Fairway Notebook: Two Collect Aces
Hole-In-One: Bob Saenz, a member at Longleaf, scored an ace on Aug. 29 while playing the 150-yard, 15th hole. He used his 6-hybrid to reach the green, and his playing partners were Joe Carter, John Koubek and Gary Mulvihill.
Darla Howe, a member at Woodlake, scored her first hole-in-one on Sept. 7, while playing the 110-yard, 12th hole of the Palmer Course. Darla used her 7-iron to reach the green and witnessing her ace were Dee Kirschke and Lynn Ball.
Pinetop: Competition was played at the CC of Whispering Pines, East Course, on Sept. 7, with seven clubs participating. Flight winners were:
Flight 1 – Gross – Donna Tanner, Pinehurst, 78. Net – Pam Congelosi, Woodlake, 71; Darla Howe, Woodlake, 73.
Flight 2 – Gross – Marsha Paff, Whispering Pines, 84. Net – Dottie Guckin, tied at 71, with Ann Kendall, both from Southern Pines: Kathy Mokricky, Seven Lakes, 72.
Flight 3 – Gross – Elke Phillingane, Whispering Pines, 84. Net – Freddy Mastandrea and Kay Rednour of Pinewild and Sue Manley of Foxfire all tied at 76; Sue Bachelder, Foxfire, 78.
Flight 4 – Gross – Peggy Ballew, Seven Lakes, 89. Net – Kim Spaulding, Foxfire, and Sallie Daughtrey, of Whispering Pines, tied at 70; Roe Lyons, Pinehurst, 72.
Flight 5 – Gross – Barbara Jordan, Woodlake, 89. Net – Barb Fulghum, Foxfire, 70; Marti Elliott, Seven Lakes, 71.
Flight 6 – Gross – Lynn Ball, Woodlake, 99. Net – Ginger Addis, Southern Pines and Connie Galford, Seven Lakes, tied at 80. Lillie Alexander, Seven Lakes, 82.
Flight 7 – Gross – Pam Venet, Whispering Pines, 96. Net – Marge Blake, Seven Lakes and Karen Teems, Pinewild tied at 70; Mary Pagano, seven Lakes, 76.
Flight 8 – Gross – Mary Steffan, Whispering Pines, 93. Net – Nancy Peterson, seven Lakes, 70; Helen Kirk, Foxfire, 72.
Flight 9 – Gross – Doris Munguia, Woodlake, 107. Net – Mary Wardrop, Pinehurst, 77; Sandy Williams, Foxfire, 84.
Flight 10 – Gross – Kathy Slotter, Woodlake, 96. Net – Nora Sinclair, Pinehurst, 79; Mary Ann Gerney, Seven Lakes, 81.
Play day results: Foxfire, 9; Pinehurst 8; Pinewild 6; Seven Lakes, 14; Southern Pines, 6; Whispering Pines, 14; Woodlake, 15.
Year to date: Woodlake, 88; Seven Lakes, 78; Whispering Pines, 77; Pinehurst, 72; Pinewild, 67; Foxfire 58; Southern Pines, 35.
Beacon Ridge: The Beaconettes played on Sept. 8 in an alternate shot game. The winning teams were: Alice Shaughnessy and Barbara True, 53; Katy Swain and Linda Talbot, 54; Sue Sikes and Ruth Shannon, 56.
Whispering Pines: The Labor Day Tournament on Sept. 5th had 116 players competing in two games, two best net balls of the foursome and a step aside scramble.
Two best balls: Jim and Elke Phillingane with Hal and Hope Dugenske, 122; Ron and Nancy Derrick with Don MacIlvaine and Mary Steffans, tied at 119, with Len and Millie Mills and Bob and Gloria Beck; Bob and Sue Tice with Jim and Kim McDevitt, 122; Chuck and MJ Barth with Bill and Carol Saylor, 124.
Scramble – Mary and Jack Jakucyk with John and Linda Anderson, 51.5; Jerry Lloyd and Dick Mills with Phil Starr and Sandy Armstrong, 52.5; Tom and Sally Daughtrey with John and Barbara Saul, 54.8.
A donation of $539 was raised for Patriots Day with generous donations made on the seventh tee – each player could contribute and one of the CCWP professionals would hit their tee shot. Every shot made the fairway with just a little help from a fore caddy.
Whispering Woods: The Men’s Golf Association played an Individual Stableford Tournament on September 2, with the following winners: Glenn Bernhard, 47 points; Charley Frick, 44 points; Tom Lyon, 41 points.
On Sept. 5, the game was team low net. Glenn Bernhard, bud Henty, Joe Matejka, Fred Miller, 55.
On Sept. 7 the game was two lo net scores including one Man in the Box. Charley Frick, Joe Matejka, Phil Scalia, Jim Willard, 127.
Seven Lakes: The Women’s Golf Association played on Sept. 7 in a Cordial Cup format.
Edie Starkey won with net 33. Flight 1 – Peggy Ballew, 36 (MOC); Roni Hann, 36 (MOC); Connie Galford, 37. Flight 2 – Marge Blake, 35; Betty Larson, 36; Ione Katz, 38.
The Nine Hole Lakers played on Sept. 7 in their monthly cordial cup/low putts tournament.
Betsy Jones won the cup with net 38. Joan Anderson won low putts with 14.
Other winners: Barb Gerhardt, 39 (MOC); Judy Collins, 39 (MOC); Ellen Smith, 39 (MOC). Flight 2 – Mary Ann Allen, 39; Maureen Malone, 42.
Pinehurst: The Chippers played on Sept. 7 in a captain’s choice on Pinehurst No. 4 with the following winners: Marie Richmond, Judi Wood, Donna May, Nancy Neilson, 49 (MOC).
The Men’s Golf Association played on Aug. 30 on Course No. 5 in a modified Stableford tournament.
Overall: Jerry Kolster, Bob Hilsby, Tony Embry, Joseph Cerabona, 75 points (MOC); Donald Bartrip, Richard Smetana, Stanley Peterson, Ron Sundstrom, 75 points (MOC); Thomas Burton, John McPhaul, Jim Allen, Robert Campbell, 74 points.
Front Nine: James Cooley, Ron Milam, Gene Horvath, Richard Moore, 39 points (MOC); Stephen Errickson, Rick Riodan, Dan Delgarn, Bill May, 39 (MOC).
Back Nine: Paul Gemme, Robert Nielsen, Mark Bodenheimer, Lee Nagle, 40 points; Stewart Heilman, Alan Langley, Donald Akers, William Rose, 39 (MOC).
The Men’s Golf Association played on Aug. 31 on Course No. 4 in a Nassau tournament with one best ball needed on odd holes and two best balls needed on even holes for scoring.
Overall: Murray Stern, Ronald Wiles, Jack McCall, Mike Wallace, 87: Charles Butters, John Dailey, Don Anderson, James Jones, 91; Lawrence Heiden, Ron Kelly, Dave Kilpartick, James Peterson, 92.
Front Nine: Larry Cox, Bill Lewis, Jay Clatworthy, Raymond Martin, 39; Bob Edens, Phil Hinesley, Peter Gross, John McNeill, 44 (MOC); Bill Frei, John Reeves, Bob Hepner, Dennis Ertel, 44 (MOC).
Back Nine: Bryan Culwick, Thomas Holderby, Charles Flood, Lou Mongelluzzo, 47 (MOC); Lonnie Wright, Luther Hutchinson, Leonard Neubauer, Jack Pritchard, 47 (MOC); Mark McFarland, Charles Bradbury, Ronald Speedling, 48.
The Women’s Golf Association played on Sept. 8 in the North Carolina State Play Day Tournament, an individual low net/low gross event.
Cathy Hamblen won the State Play Day medal with a net 68.
Flight 1: Net – Jane Wilkinson, 72; Donna Tanner, 77. Gross – Jackie Meyer, 82; Chris Lawn, 86.
Flight 2: Net – Bonnie Hanley, 72; Sis Liston, 73. Gross – Pat Anderson, 90 (MOC); Jean Conry, 90, (MOC).
Flight 3: Net – Roe Lyons, 71; Ann Nash, 73. Gross – Karen Fox Cook, 94; Brenda Thomas, 95.
Flight 4: Net – Maureen Reeves, 68; Sue Smith, 71.Gross – Cathy Renner, 98; Marilyn Thomas, 102.
Flight 5: Net – Billie Oxrieder, 72 (MOC); Jane Sakowski, 72 (MOC). Gross – Jane Kuklok, 99; Marjorie Swinarton, 101.
Flight 6: Net – Patsy Parkhill, 71 (MOC); Glenna Pope, 71 (MOC). Gross – Carol Alexander, 103; Lynne Heilman, 105.
Midland: The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament on Sept. 7 in a two best balls of the foursome format. Overall winners were Paul Aschmetat, Neil Hartwick, Dick Madeira and a Blind Draw, 119. Joel Rabdau won low gross with 80.
In a 9-hole skins game, Bill Crenson won the only skin on hole No. 8. Crenson also won low gross with 41.
The Midland Ladies Golf Association played on Sept. 1 in a game of low gross and low net.
The 18-gole winners: Flight 1 – Dee Hancock, gross 97. Sally Kelly, net 80. Flight 2 – Georgia Snow, gross 105. Nancy Hartwick, net 73.
9-hole winners: Flight 1 – Doris Stone, gross 49. Margene Chapman, net 36.
Longleaf: The Longleaf Ladies played a low putt game on Sept. 8 with the following winners: Diane Steele, 30; Eleanor Carraher, 32; Jan Fisher, Pat Koubek, Joyce Leo, 33 each.
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