Fairway Notebook: A Hole-in-One at Hyland
Hole-in-One: William Stanley Jr., of Rocky Mount, Va., scored his ace March 25, at the Hyland Golf Club, while playing hole No. 6, 135 yards, using his 6-iron. His playing partners were Ken Mullins and Bill Hanline.
Matchmakers: A group of six local golf clubs hold tournaments at member clubs each golf season. Play for April was held at Foxfire April 18, on the West Course.
Flight 1 – Gross: Suzanne Schultz, Woodlake, 82. Net: Pam Congelosi, Woodlake, 77; Kathy Lishawa, Foxfire, 74. Diane Boston, Seven Lakes, 78.
Flight 2 – Gross: Laverne Hess, Foxfire, 82. Net: Sue Durham, Foxfire, 69; Ginny Siedler, Foxfire, 69; Tina Burns, Whispering Woods, 76.
Flight 3 – Gross: Kim Spaulding, Foxfire, 88. Net: Lavonne Hurd, Beacon Ridge, 73; Jan Nassick, Deercroft, 77.
Flight 4 – Gross: Sonja White, Beacon Ridge, 98. Net: Helen Kirk, Foxfire, 73; Lorraine Buracker, Woodlake, 74.
Flight 5 – Gross: Jean Brown, Foxfire, 99. Net: Colleen West, Deercroft, 73. Lorraine Stanton, Whispering Woods, 74.
Flight 6 – Gross: Mary Pagano, Seven Lakes, 103. Net: Olga Manning, Beacon Ridge, 69; Marilyn Grady, Foxfire, 71; Mary Ann Gerney, Seven Lakes, 71.
Flight 7 – Gross: Linda Dunning, Beacon Ridge, 105. Net: Dawn Shapiro, Beacon Ridge, 70; Jeanne Auditore, Beacon Ridge, 72.
Total Points – year to date: Beacon Ridge, 11; Deercroft, 3; Foxfire, 11; Seven Lakes, 4; Whispering Woods, 2; Woodlake, 5.
Pinetops: Pinetops is a group of seven local clubs that exchange competitions from April to October. The first Pinetop competition was held at Seven Lakes on April 17:
Flight 1 – Gross: Suzanne Schultz, Woodlake, 77. Net: Roe Lyons, Pinehurst, 68; Helen Gibbons, Whispering Pines, 71.
Flight 2 – Gross: Kathy Mokricky, Seven Lakes, 85. Net: Joan Sponik, Pinehurst, 71; Sue Sedlak, Foxfire, 75; Ann Kendall, Southern Pines, 75.
Flight 3 – Gross: Roni Hann, Seven Lakes, 90. Net: Marion Bereznoff, Foxfire, 73; Elke Phillingane, Whispering Pines, 73; Brenda Thomas, Pinehurst, 73; Kay Rednour, Pinewild, 73; Ginny Siedler, Foxfire, 76.
Flight 4 – Gross: Debbie Sizer, Pinehurst, 93. Net: Sally Manich, Pinewild, 70; Marilyn Otto, Pinewild, 71; Marie Gilbertson, Pinewild, 71.
Flight 5 – Gross: Bonnie Dingman, Pinehurst, 93; Linda Strohmenger, Seven Lakes, 93. Net: Carol Ferguson, Pinewild, 71; Kim Spaulding, Foxfire, 72.
Flight 6 – Gross: Janet Clark, Pinewild, 90. Net: Barbara Fulghum, Whispering Pines, 70; Chris Mancuso, Whispering Pines, 71.
Flight 7 – Gross: Jan Flesca, Whispering Pines, 99. Net: Lynn Ball, Woodlake, 73; Connie Galford, Seven Lakes, 74; Sallie Blecharczyk, Pinewild, 74.
Flight 8 – Gross: Nancy Peterson, Seven Lakes, 98. Net: Pam Venet, Whispering Pines, 70; Nancy Jacobs, Southern Pines, 74.
Flight 9 – Gross: Maryann Gerney, Seven Lakes, 99; Barb Gaimari, Foxfire, 99; Donna McClung, Seven Lakes, 99. Net: Louise Pryor, Pinewild, 79; Mary Wardrop, Pinehurst, 84.
Flight 10 – Gross: Jean Weiler, Pinewild, 97. Net: Kimi McDevitt, Whispering Pines. 67; Peg Woodard, Seven Lakes, 70; Doris Munguia, Woodlake, 70.
Flight 11 – Gross: Dee Kirschke, Woodlake, 105. Net: Darlene Skinner, Pinehurst, 69; Almira Weber, 70.
Whispering Pines: The Pinettes played a “best nine – player’s choice” April 17, on the East Course: Flight 1 – DeMasi, 31. Flight 2- Marilyn Merry, tied at 27 with Barbara Harp and Sis Aleksa. Flight 3 – Sue Jaehne, 24; Sally Daughtrey, 26; Gloria Beck, tied at 28, with Anne Gerwig, Joan Gillis and Alice Sheridan. Flight 4 – Joyce Reitler, tied at 25, with Sandy Armstrong; Millie Mills, 26; Eloise Burns, tied at 27, with Barbara Gruninger, Sue Leary and Betty Winslow.
The Ninettes played April 16, on the back nine of the East Course. The tournament was “blind hole” (five holes picked at random after the game and using ½ handicap). Flight 1 – Margaret Pluff, 18 (MOC); Linda Schubert, 18 (MOC). Flight 2 – Sandy Cebrick, 18.5 (MOC); Marcia Osborne, 18.5 (MOC).
Whispering Woods: The Women’s Golf Association played April 10 and 12 in their spring handicap tournament. First, Pat Punch, 129. Second, Tina Burns, 136. Third, Fanny Maines, 138.
On April 17 the Women’s Golf Association played in a two best low nets for each foursome contest. The winning foursome included Shirley Smedley, Lorraine Stanton, Barbara Woodruff and Mary Pat Curl, with 117.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played April 12 in their plate day tournament. Dee Hancock was the 18-hole winner with 75. Linda Parke and Bev Braunscheidel tied at 33, to win the nine-hole division.
The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament April 11 in a two best balls of the foursome format. Overall winners were Joel Rabdau, Steve Zachary, Ted Meyer and Paul Aschmetat with net 120. Harvey Koonce won low gross with 77.
In a nine-hole, two-man best ball competition, the winners were Don Palmer and Ken Batchelder with net 29. Mike Lloyd won low gross with 41.
Knollwood: The Men’s Golf Association played April 17 in a two best balls of the foursome contest. Harvey Koonce, Jack Henderson, Don Palmer, Pete Feeney, 51; Paul Cottam, Bill Bradley, Clark Russell, Dick Heilman, 54; Wallace Gourley, Vick Kendall, Ken Batchelder, John Conroy, 56.
Ron Flock and Harvey Koonce tied at 37 for low gross. Jack Henderson won low net with 28. Paul Cottam won closest to the pin.
Pinehurst: Dave Williams, of Pinehurst, shot his career low round of 69 while playing at Legacy Golf Links March 14. His playing partners were John Petersen, of New York, Bill Yarish, of Seven Lakes, and Don Zeilstra, of Pinehurst.
The Silver Foils played April 17 in an individual low putts mixer in classes. A – Cheri Guidice, 29; Jean Conry, 31 (MOC); Sandy Smith, 31 (MOC) 31. B – Ann Nash, 29; M. J. Zinn, 30; Sigrid Gross, 31. C – Eleanora Voelkel, 27; Barbara Moore, 30; Nancy Dorato, 31. D – Estelle Menke, 31; Susan LaGraff, 32; Lynne Heilman, 33.
The Birdies played April 16, on Course No. 6, in a game of two best balls of the foursome. One hole on the front and one hole on the back could be thrown out for scoring. The winners: Jan Kuklok, Francine Smarrelli, Thersia Noggle, Mary Lynn McDermid, 111; Jo Rolman, Carol Mulcahy, Mary Chapman, roe Lyons, 113 (MOC); Sue Griggs, Joyce McWane, Mart Bartley, Vera Pelekoudas, 113 (MOC).
The Men’s Golf Association played a modified Stableford March 27 on Course No. 1. Overall: Joseph Cerabona, Bob Hilsby, Jerry Kolster, Jack Quick, 90 points; Dan Delgarn, Glenn Hirata, Stephen Errickson, Bill Rinaman, 81 (MOC); Ron Reynolds, Joe Sernak, Larry Harter, Don Torgersen, 81 points, (MOC).
Front nine: Francis Corcoran, John Lacci, Bill Cantley, Alexander Lowrie, 47 points; Philip Aruscavage, Antoni Chempinski, Terry Lane, Howard Schwartz, 40 points.
Back nine: Randy Whitten, Paul Gemme, Mark Bodenheimer, Lee Nagle, 44 points; Philip Aruscavage, Antoni Chempinski, Terry Lane, Howard Schwartz.
The Men’s Golf Association played March 28 on Course No. 3 in a modified Stableford contest with two best balls of the foursome needed for scoring. Overall: Bob Fazio, Ken Hepner, William Huber, John Lammers, 81 points; Charles Bradbury, Ronald Speedling, Steve Mager, Mark McFarland, 78 points; David Brown, Ronald Wiles, Jack McCall, Mike Wallace, 77 points.
Front nine: Jack Pritchard, Stu Warshauer, John Bitting, Robert Jamieson, 48 points; George Christophersen, David Shupp, Tom Cleaver, Jeff Harmon, 41 points; Joe Pesek, Terry Wade, Rudolph Armbruster, Richard Gesswein, 40 points. Back Nine: David Cook, Roy Longhta, Patrick Nevins, Bob Shenkle, 47 points; Joe Koontz, Jerry Ullmann, Vince Gamble, Robert Ironside, 46; Robert Hoffman, John Wiatrak, John Brewster, Bob McNally. 40 points.
The Women’s Golf Association played April 19 in an individual low net/low gross tournament. Competition was on Course No. 4 with 95 players. Overall winner was Joyce Arnott with 68 net.
Flight 1 – Net: Marie Schneider, 69 (MOC); Tricia Williamson, 69 (MOC). Gross: Jackie Meyer, 82; Cheri Guidice, 87.
Flight 2 – Net: Chris Lawn, 70 (MOC); Maureen Quinn, 70 (MOC). Gross: Roe Lyons, 90 (MOC); Judi Avist, 90 (MOC).
Flight 3 – Net: Cathy Hamblen, 72; Joyce McWane, 74. Gross: Elsie Jasinski, 97 (MOC); Karen Cook, 97 (MOC).
Flight 4 – Net: Dottie Brown, 73; Sara Sutton, 74. Gross: Joyce Harter, 99 (MOC); Mary Lynn McDermid, 99 (MOC).
Flight 5 –Net: Zona Willis, 74; Jan Kuklok, 75. Gross: Jo Borthwick, 106; Patti Molloy 108.
Flight 6 – Net: Sue Wright, 72 (MOC); Janice Biegger, 72 (MOC). Gross: Jo Rolman, 112 (MOC); Ruth Ertel, 112 (MOC).
Woodlake: The Ladies Golf Association played April 19, on the Palmer Course. The competition was for the Eagles Cup, a handicap game with each twosome following this format: best ball for first six holes, alternate shot for the next six holes, and the last six holes a captain’s choice. The winners – Gross: Pat Bickoff and Angie Forge, 85; Pam Congelosi and Nancy Kuhary, 90. Net: Darla Howe and Barbara McCleneghen, 63; Donna McClary and Shirley Sterling, 65.
The Ladies Niners played April 16 and the game was “throw put par-4s” on the Palmer Course. Flight A – Pat Hruska, 17; Brenda Tillman, 20; Sook Shin, 21 (MOC); Mira Weber, 21 (MOC). Flight B – Ellen Harris, 23; Norma Loase, 26; Margie Spory, 21 (MOC); Lillian Johnston, 21 (MOC); Pat Brennan, 25 (MOC).
Southern Pines: The Par Seekers played an even holes tournament, net scores only, and 50 percent of each player’s handicap used for scoring. Flight 1 – Barbara Michetti, 35; Elaine Workman, 40; Florence DeSandy, 42. Flight 2 – Pat Hoffman, 37; Kathy Waldron, 38; Rosemary Dietrichson, 39.
Longleaf: The Men’s Golf Association played April 18 and the game was two best balls of the foursome with full handicaps used for scoring.
The winners: Terry Carraher, Joe Carter, Ted Gleason, Blind Draw, 34 under par. Dick Baldwin, Fritz Baukhages, Ted Buschman, Blind Draw, 32 under par.
Lee Moore was the blind draw for both teams.
Pinewild: The Men’s Golf Association played on the Holly Course April 12 in a three best ball Stableford game. Team winners: Andy Gwaltney, Allan Vernier, Tony Alvarez, Bob Blandford, 132; Scott Parker, Jim McMahon, Jim Keffer, Jack Butler, 128; Tom Cecka, Jack Farrell, Dave Blessing, Ray Slywka, 127.
Individual winners: Flight 1 – Gross: David Stackhouse, 78; Andy Gwaltney, 79. Net: Ted Davison, 68 (MOC); Jim Wilson, 68 (MOC).
Flight 2 – Gross: Harold Bell, 82; Jack Farrell, 83. Net: Allan Vernier, 68; Tony Alvarez, 69.
Flight 3 – Gross: Ray Slywka, 88; Gordon Rednour, 92. Net: Tom Greene, 64; Jack Butler, 68. Closest to the pin winners were Mike Young on No. 3, Andy Gwaltney on No. 8, Gordon Rednour on No. 12 and Don Schneider on No. 17.
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