Notebook: 'Hamming' It Up on the Course
Whispering Pines: The Men’s Golf Association played its annual ham shoot April 4 and the format was individual scoring using the Stableford system. Twenty players earned a ham. The winners: John Gillis, 43; Gerald Chupik, Paul Hallet and Ron Derrick, 42 each; Bob Adams and Larry Bergmann, 41 each; Lenny Mills, Junior Jones and Win Loughlin, 40 each; Art Woodward, Jim Phillingane, Bob Tate, John Gerwig and Roger Amoroso, 39 each; Pat O’Malley, Eddie Marshall, Jerry Lloyd and Gordon Galtere, 38 each; George Carfi and Phil Guzzo, 37 each.
The Pinettes played their member-member tournament March 27 and 29 on the West Course.
Flight 1 – Cindy Cline and Betty MacDonald, 55; Dot DeMasi and Shari Duggan, 57; Mary Ann Blake and Debbie McCormick, 58. Flight 2 – Marilyn Merry and Sandy Hallet tied at 56, with Daryl Pierce and Elke Phillingane. Isabelle Daley and Peggy Carfi, 57. Flight 3 – Chris Mancusco and Judy Woodward, 55; Barb Harp and Sallie Daughtrey, tied at 59, with Ginny Campling and Gloria Beck. Flight 4 – Agnes Buckley and Carol Rossi tied at 55, with Peggy Flygar and Susan Leary. Kimiy McDevitt and Pam Venet, 56. Flight 5 – Joyce Reitler and Judy Laughlin, 56; Joan Gillis and Nancy derrick, tied at 57, with Elouise Burns and Sharon Tate.
The Pinettes played on the East Course in an AABB/CCDD contest April 3 and the format was two best net balls of the foursome. AABB: Karen Hobbs, Debbie McCormick, Joy Hertel, Gloria Beck, 118; Karen Wheeler, Elke Phillingane, Sandra Hallet, Daryl Pierce, 126.
CCDD: Anne Gerwig, Joan Gillis, Joyce Reitler, Judy Loughlin, tied at 123, with Sharon Mathias, Louise Warnimont, Nancy Derrick, Sandra Armstrong, 123.
The Ninettes played April 2 on the front nine of the West Course. The game was a team scramble with all players playing the best ball every time. Mary Jakucyk, Barbara Saul and Linda Schubert won with a score of 19.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association held their member-member tournament March 29: 18-hole: Nancy Hartwick and Pat Gannaway, 64; Pat Easter and Shirley Smealey, 65.
Nine-hole: Peg Baran and Linda Parke, 32; Carol Linthicum and Mary Ann Lalonde, 33.
The Men’s Golf Association played April 4 in a Nassau tournament. The format was two best balls of the foursome.
Overall: Joe Alden, Neil Hartwick, Paul Aschemetat, Dick Madeira, 113. Joel Rabdau won low gross with 78. Nine-hole skins game: John McMahon won on No. 11 and Bob Mellinger on No. 17. Mike Lloyd won low gross with 40.
Knollwood: The Rainmakers played April 2 in a low gross, low net and low putts competition. Flight 1 – Gross: Diane Hendrick, tied at 43, with Peggy Jones. Net: Lucky Levin, 32. Putts: Dee Hancock, tied at 15, with Judy Smith.
Flight 2 – Gross: Bev Braunscheidel, 47. Net: Joan Mangrum, 33. Putts: Dot Harper, tied at 18, with Mary Curl.
Flight 3 – Gross: Peggy Crew, 51; Net: Carole Amlot, 30. Putts: Eleanor Heron, 16.
Flight 4 – Gross: Elizabeth Garner, 59. Net: Bea Mangine, 36. Putts: Mary Moore, 16.
Pinewild: The Men’s Golf Association played their opening tournament March 15 in a five-man scramble format.
The winners: First – Barry Dunlap, Cal Erdman, James O’Brien, Larry Newman, Bill Stevens, 12 under par. Second – Terry Riney, Doug Schmidt, Bill Cumberland, Mike Fowley, Ray Slywka, 11 under par. Third – Bill Pozdol, Fred Zimmerman, Art Lannon, Roger Clark, Jack Mahan, 10 under par. Fourth – John Schmidt, Bob Behnke, Peter Nehlsen, David Blessing, Richard Meadows. 10 under par. Fifth – Tom Cecka, James Allison, Dick Horky, Kevin Carroll, Ron Joseph, 10 under par. Sixth – Bernie Schultz, Jim Weller, Peter Lash, Jack King, Arnie Schwartz, 9 under par. Seventh – Miles Baldwin, Calvert Fulcher, Gary Mott, Jim Miller, Jerry Rutherford. Eighth – Steve Leggett, Vern Degrange, Dave Newton, David Lynn, Andy Rueb, 8 under par. Ninth – Dick Wright, Keith Dunbar, Jim McMahon, Allen Fassett, Steve Blecharczyk, 8 under par; 10th – Richard Schnare, Eric Dahlberg, Allan Vernier, Martin Samchalk, Richard Steere, 7 under par; 11th – Dan Daniels, Gary Krasicky, Bill Sherman, Bill Smith, Paul Kauffman, 7 under par; 12th – Robert Watt, Michael Hmel, Bob Livingston, David Gray, Don Schneider, 7 under par.
Closest to the pin on No. 3 was Lee D’Onle, on No. 7 Jim Menges, on No. 12 Barry Dunlap and No.15 Walt Kaczynski.
The Men’s Golf Association played March 29 in an ABCD tournament, on the Holly Course: Team – Rick Grieshaber, Jim McMahon, Larry Perkinson, Joseph Owen, 30 under par; Frank Rezeli, Leon D’Onle, Jim Young, David Denny, 28 under par (MOC); Scott Sheffield, Eddie Simms, JC Norman, Paul Kauffman, 28 under par (MOC).
Individual: Flight 1 – Gross: Bernie Schultz, 73; David Stackhouse, 78. Net: Frank Rezeli, 65; Robert Watt, 68. Flight 2 – Gross: Thomas Vicenik, 78; Peter Nehlsen, 82. Net: Eddie Simms, 67; Leon D’Onle, 68. Flight 3 – Gross: Jim Young, 85 (MOC); Larry Perkinson, 85 (MOC). Net: JC Norman, 66; Tony Alvarez, 70. Flight 4 – Gross: Don Schneider, 88; Norm Elliott, 91. Net: Stainton Smith, 69; Frank Grimone, 70.
Dick Horky was closest to the pin on No. 3, Bernie Schultz on No. 8, Eddie Simms on No. 12 and Jim Young on No. 17.
The Women’s Golf Association played April 3 in a cha cha cha tournament on the Holly Course. The winners: Katie Dahlberg, Kathy Samchalk, Barb Vicenti, Nancy Butler, 81; Jude Winkley, Jody Young, Sandy Schnare, Karen Greene, 86; Gayl Welter, Carla Jones, Jean Bruff, Jean Weiler, 88; Ellen Wiese, Jan Cashion, Shari Davendorf, Carol Ferguson, 90. Grace Hill was closest to the hole on No. 3 and No. 17, Shirley Wake on No. 8 and Judith Kelly on No. 12.
Southern Pines: The Par Seekers played their monthly member cup tournament, net scores only: Flight 1 – Ann Kendall, 66; Holly Meystre, 67; Susan Ray, 70. Flight 2 – Pat Hoffman, 66; Nancy Jacobs, 68; Joan McCreedy, 74.
Whispering Woods: The Ladies Golf Association played April 3 and the game was low putts. Lorraine Stanton, 32, Brenda Kirk, 33, Tina Burns, 34, and Pat Punch 35.
The Men’s Golf Association played March 30 in a one low net of the threesome format. Glenn Bernhard, Tony Rodriguez and Al Gaeta won with a net 51.
The Men’s Golf Association played April 2 in an individual net contest. Ken Pomeroy was first with 63, and Rich Moran was second with 65.
April 4 the Men’s Golf Association played a team event with one net ball on holes one to six, two net balls on holes seven to 12 and three net balls on holes 13 to 18 needed for scoring: Phil Scalia, Rich Moran, Bud Henty and Al Gaeta with 119.
Pinehurst: The Women’s Golf Association played March 29 on Course No.4 in an “easy going” format of one best ball on all holes needed for scoring. Winning teams: Patricia Beranek, Gail Kane, Janice Mellus, Eileen Ragona, 60 (MOC); Joann Breslin, Joyce Harter, Cindy Motter, Sandy Smith, 60 (MOC); Jan Biegger, Eleanora Voelkel, Barbara Lewis, Carolyn Shaffer, 60 (MOC); Corky Howell, Val Minick, Diana Bennett, Jane Lee, 61 (MOC); Sara Lee Sutton, donna Tanner, Silvia Bisbe, Carol Alexander, 61 (MOC); Lynn Delgarn, Nancy Dorato, Teresa Harmicar, Jakki Whitten, 61 (MOC); Bette Rycroft, Diana Staley, Cathy Renner, Kath Richardson, 62.
Donna Tanner won low gross with 76. Corky Howell won closest to the pin on No. 6.
The Women’s Golf Association played on Course No. 1, April 5, in a “hit the road, Jack” tournament. The format was two best balls on holes one, two and 16 and one best ball on all others.
The winners: Gayle Geoghegan, Carolyn, Eleanora Voekel, 68; Lisa Akers, Trica Johnson, Mary Scott Arnold, Lulu Eichhorn, 72; Barbara Moore, Diane Syaley, Christi Dedona, Kath Richardson, 73; Margaret Cropley, Gail ford, Jo Polman, Regina Stoddard, 74 (MOC); Soung Ja Neubauer, Elsie Jasinski, Cheri Guidice, Patti O’Day, 74 (MOC); Donna Chapman, Kathy Grodeon, Maureen Quinn, Sue Wright, 75 (MOC); Lorraine Allie, Marcie Hill, Diane Becker, Joyce McWane, 75 (MOC).
Jackie Meyer won low gross with 79.
The Birdies played April 2 on Course No. 5 in a “Ham and Eggs” tournament. The format was one best ball from the Hams and one best ball from the Eggs, added together for a two best-ball group score. The winners: Billie Oxrieder, Regina Stoddard, Charlotte Cable, Darlene Skinner, 128 (MOC); Patricia Williamson, Diana Staley, Vera Pelekoudas, Robin Horigan, 128 (MOC); Nora Sinclair, Nancy McNally Marilyn Thomas, Sharon Lawson, 132; Dianne Yelovich, Shirley Potter, Lynn Cain, Maureen Reeves, 133.
The Silver Foils played April 3 and the format was two best balls on the front nine and one on the back nine. In a match of cards at 89, the team of Jimmie Hepner, Mary Scott Arnold, Ro Kachel and Mira Reynolds won first place. Cheri Guidice, Nancy Dorato, Lynn Delgarn and Terri Harmicar came in second.
The Men’s Golf Association played a two best ball Nassau tournament March 13 on Course No. 6. Overall: Garth Laidlaw, John Munz, Joseph Sousa, Dave Kinney, 115; Clifford Rees, John roe, Albert Barbero, Terry Daly, 116; Tony Cates, Frank Hopper, John Bouldry, Bill May, 117.
Front nine: Donald Marchetti, William Noggle, Clif Johnson, Tom Little, 56 (MOC); Ray Bowles, Gerald Casinella, Hank Pages, Roger Saylor, 56 (MOC); Back Nine: Bob Hilsby, Jack Quick, Joseph Cerabona, Jerry Kolster, 56; Larry McWane, Murray Williamson, Howard Milligan, John Zalewski, 58 (MOC); Jim Allen, Richard Smetana, Donald Bartrip, Ron Sundstrom 58 (MOC).
Hank Pages won closest to the pin on No. 3 and John Roe on No. 13.
The Men’s Golf Association played a two best ball Nassau tournament March 14 on Course No. 6.
The winners: Overall – Ken Hepner, John Lammers, Bob Fazio, William Huber, 118 (MOC); Raymond Martin, Gary Miller, Jerry Raugh, Larry Cox, 118 (MOC); Dennis Green, Jim Kaczmarek, Andy Anderson, Duane Tanner, 120.
Front nine – Robert Jamieson, Robert Groom, John Bitting, Ronald Hilton, 61 (MOC); Paul Locklear, Mark McFarland, Charles Bradbury, Ronald Speedling, 61 (MOC); John Arnold, Jim Cassidy, John Oliver, Philip DeTurk, 61 (MOC).
Back nine – Robert Hoffman, Bob McNally, Gale Smith, John Wiatrak, 54; Gary Denman, John reeves, Robert Blackwell, Bill Frei, 56; Swifton Barnett, Gary Petersen, Terry Allie, Norman Pope, 57.
The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament March 20 and the format was two best balls on par-4 and par-5 holes and one best ball on par-3 holes. Competition was on Course No. 3.
Overall: Jerry Kolster, Jack Quick, Joseph Cerabona, Bob Hilsby, 104; Jack Briley, Hank Szczsponik, Steve Frobey, Jeffrey Irving, 106; Francis Corcoran John Lacci, Bill Cantley, Alexander Lowrie, 109.
Front nine: Tom Little Jerry Philips, Donald Marchetti, William Noggle, 51; Terry Lane, Howard Schwartz, Wayne Cooper, Antoni Chempinski, 52; Hank Pages, Murray Williamson, Howard Milligan, John Zalewski, 53.
Back nine: Stephen Errickson, Samuel Shirey, Dan Delgarn, Glenn Hirata, 56; Ernie Ferrell, Dunton Wyatt, Dave Kinney, Garry Walsh, 57 (MOC); Larry Harter, Joe Sernak, Ron Reynolds, Don Torgersen, 57 (MOC).
The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament March 21 with one best ball needed on odd holes and two best balls on even holes. Play was on Course No. 4.
Overall: Jack McCall, Mike Wallace, David Brown, Ronald Wiles, 79; John Bitting, Ronald Hilton, Jack Pritchard, Wayne Pensenstadler; Jay Carothers, Bob Edens, Barry Lyons, Charles Bradbury, 84.
Front nine: John Reeves, Robert Wood, Bill Frei, Bob Gault, 39 (MOC); Bobby Jones, Frank Briggs, Mike Yelovich, 39 (MOC); Dave Kilpatrick, James Peterson, Lawrence Heiden, Gordon Smith, 40 (MOC).
Back nine: Robert Herbert, Robert Williams, Richard Curl, Malcolm Ware, 43; Bob Fazio, Ken Hepner, William Huber, John Lammers, 44 (MOC); Gary Miller, Jim Cassidy, John Arnold, John Oliver, 44 (MOC).
Woodlake: The Ladies Niners “bunny hop” tournament was played April 2 on the Palmer Course. Team winners: Barb Johnson, Joyce Boisvert, Lynda Thomas, Ellie Leaman, 52; Sook Shin, Barb Schmidt, Judy Kerr, Margaret Corbin, 54; Elena Burd, Katy Scroggins, Joyce Petersen, Lil Johnston, 57.
The Ladies Golf Association played April 2, on the Maples Course, in a team event with each player’s net score needed for scoring. Tied at 221 were the teams of Lynn Ball, Almira Weber, Pat Scoggins and Angie Forge, Barbara McCleneghen, Pam Jones.
Seven Lakes: The Nine Hole Lakers played April 4 in their monthly Cordial Cup/low putts tournament. Lori Milliman won the cup with net 33 and Jane Francks, tied at 15 putts, with Edie Starkey. Flight 1 –Jane Francks, 35 (MOC); Joan Anderson, 35 (MOC). Flight 2 – Maureen Malone, 36.
Beacon Ridge: Ann Doster won the April Beaconette Cup with a net score of 33. In Flight 1 Rose Gaynor had net 34, Alice Shaughnessy net 39 and Mary McMahon, tied at 40, with Sally Terrutty. In Flight 2 JoAnn Dyson had net 34, Mary Hauck, Dorothy Martin and Lore Olsen tied with net 37.
Longleaf: The Men’s Golf Association played April 5 in a 15-24-33 tournament. For scoring one best ball was needed on par-5 holes, two on par-4 holes and three on par-3 holes. Ralph Hersey, Ted Gleason and Jim Walker with a blind draw carded 30 under par. Second place was a tie at 25 under par between the team of Dick Prevatt, Loran Crowell, Ted Buschman, Hugh Mensch and Joe Carter, Don Lock, Marco Cantele and a blind draw.
Foxfire: The Ladies Golf Association held their first major tournament of the year April 4 and 5. The tournament was “Spring Ringers” and consisted of the best net ball of each twosome. On the second day each team had the opportunity to improve their scores from day one. The winners: Kim Spaulding and Marion Bereznoff, 54; Judy Rankin and Jaunita McCleney, tied at 61, with the teams of Phyllis Jones and Joan Fruiesen and Judy Dickerson and Barb Gaimari; LaVerne Hess and Sue Manley, 63.
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