CGA Announces 2012 Event Slate
Longleaf: The Men’s Golf Association played a team game Feb. 1 and the format was two best net balls of the foursome. The winners were Dick Baldwind, Joe Carter, John Hubbard and Kevin Rowland with 25 under par. Marco Cantele, Bob Daoust, Hugh Mensch and David Williams finished with 19 under par.
The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 8 in an individual Stableford tournament based on net scores and full handicaps. Players earned one point for net bogey, two for a net par, three for a net birdie and four for a net eagle. Bob Saenz, 39 points, Terry Carraher, Loran Crowell and Paul Hogan tied at 38 points.
Pinewild: The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 2 on the Magnolia Course, using the red tees in a four-man scramble. First: Andy Gwaltney, Fergie Ferguson, Jim Keffer, Manfred Buller, 13 (MOC); second: Scott Sheffield, Jim Pryor, Bud Green, Don Schneider, 13 (MOC); third: Bob Weber, Doug Schmidt, Jim Young, Bill Stevens, 11 (MOC); Denny Foley, Eric Dahlberg, Dick Mack, Gil Gilbertson, 10.
Closest to the pin winners were Jim Keffer on No. 3; Dick Mitchell on No. 7; Johann Rudzitis on No. 12; and Jim McMahon on No. 15.
Whispering Woods: The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 3 in a format of two low net balls on par-3 holes and one low net on par-4 and par-5 holes. Ken Pomeroy, Glenn Bernhard, Rich Moran and Bill Anderson won with net 62.
On Feb. 8 the Men’s Golf Association played a game with two low net scores needed on even holes on the front nine and on odd holes on the back nine.
Knollwood: The Sandblasters played Feb. 2 in a captain’s choice game: John Mannion, Bill Crenson, John McMahon, Dick Baird, 34 (MOC); Harvey Koonce, Mac Andrews, Phil Colwell, Blind Draw, 34 (MOC).
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played Feb. 4 in a low net tournament. Sally Stultz was first with 34, Bev Braunscheidel was second with 35, and Georgia Snow had 36.
The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 8 in a Nassau tournament with two best balls of the foursome needed for scoring. Overall: Jim Braunscheidel, Ed Campbell, Dick Baird and Neil Hartwick, 122. Jim Braunscheidel won low gross with 78.
The 9-Hole Players played a two-man best ball tournament with the following winners: Philo Colwell and John Mc Mahon, 29; Jim Burrill and Derrick North, 32; John McMahon won low gross.
Beacon Ridge: Marion Foley won the 18-hole Ladies Beacon Cup tournament with net 69. Flight 1 – Pat Mark, 71; Sandra McDermott, 72; Nancy Cunningham, 75. Flight 2 – Joyce Loney, 69; Barbara Card, 72; Sarah Abbott, 76. Flight 3 – Ellen Leslie, 72; Marilyn Holzerland, 83; Linda Dunning, 84. Cindy Osborne won closest to the pin on No. 5.
Seven Lakes: The Women’s Golf Association played Feb. 7 and the format was a team scramble. The winners: Roni Hann, Ione Katz, Grae Starwald, 83 (MOC); Marge Blake, Connie Galford, Betty Larson, 83 (MOC).
The Nine Hole Lakers played Feb. 8 in a “low net tee to green” contest. Flight 1 –Lillian Schafer, 16 (MOC); Ellen Smith, 16 (MOC). Flight 2 – Judy Collins, 13 (MOC); Sandy Zimmer, 13 (MOC).
Pinehurst: The Chippers played Jan. 25 in a captain’s choice game on Course No. 1 and the winners were: Francine Smarelli, Nancy Nielsen, Ann Kastl and Pat Tomasetti with 44.
The Chippers played Jan. 18 on Course No. 1 and the format was even holes plus the ninth hole. Fifty percent of each player’s handicap was used for scoring. The winners: Carol Wyatt, 22; Ann Kastl, 23; Jeanne Mager, 24 (MOC); Joanne Drengler, 24 (MOC).
The Women’s Golf Association played a “five on five” Nassau tournament Jan. 26 on Course No. 5. Overall: Janice Kaczmarek, Kath Richardson, Christi Dedona, Sue Griggs. 83; Bonnie Hanly, Diane McCall, Patricia Anderson, Sally Means, 84 (MOC); Tonya Brown, Thersia Noggle, Barbara Raugh, Shirley E. Potter, 84 (MOC);
Front nine: Jan Kuklok, Ann Nash, Solita Hawes, Joan Yue, 39 (MOC); Billie Oxrieder, Patricia Williamson, Sara Lee Sutton, Marilyn Thomas, 39 (MOC).
Back nine: Deborah Sizer, Patsy Parkhill, Margaret Cropley, Audrae Thibodeau, 42; Joyce Arnott, Pat Mulligan, Roe Lyons, Brenda Thomas, 43.
The Women’s Golf Association played Feb. 2 in a Happy Groundhog’s Day tournament. The format was two best balls on holes with “th” (fourth, fifth, 14th, 15th) and one best ball on all other holes. First: Sue Wright, Diane Zalewski, Deborah Groom, Gail Ford, 76; Michelle Satterfield, Nora Sinclair, Sue Ferretti, Brenda Thomas, 77 (MOC); Silvia Bisbe, Josie Bunting, Mary Kay Monteith, Joan Moynihan, 77 (MOC); Fourth: Shirley A. Kronbach, Michelle Girard, Gail Kane, Ro Kachel, 77 (MOC); Sue Griggs, Donna Skidmore, Nancy Brooks, Bette Rycroft, 78 (MOC); Donna Taanner, Sis Liston, Sheryl Robinson, 78 (MOC). Donna Tanner won low gross with 77.
The Women’s Golf Association played Feb. 9 in a “ready for a beach vacation” on Course No. 4. The winners: Ann Nash, Nancy Dorato, Theresa Harmicar, M.J. Zinn, 78; Bonnie Hanley, Bette Rycroft, Beth Bennington, Paulette Clayton, 89 (MOC); Cheri Guidice, Theresa Noggle, Diane McCall, Franny Stewart, 89 (MOC); Sis Liston, Sheryl Robinson, Roe Lyons, Estelle Menke, 90; Jean Funderburg, Jackie Meyer, Shirley Kronbach, Kath Richardson, 91 (MOC); Carol Hannah, Deborah Sizer, Janice Kaczmarek, Brenda Thomas, 91 (MOC).
Dianne Yelovich won low gross with 79.
The Silver Foils played Feb. 7 in a best ball of the twosome in a low gross and low net tournament. Gross: Dottie Brown and Nan Wood, 86; Silvia Bisbe and Lynn Delgarn, 87; Tricia Williamson and Sandy Smith, 88.
Net: Solita Hawes and Nancy Blum, 69 (MOC); Emma Howerton and Cheri Guidice, 69 (MOC); Sis Liston and M. J. Zinn, 69 (MOC).
The Birdies played Feb. 6. The game was “lucky lady” and the format was two best balls on holes seven and 11 and one best ball on the remaining holes. The winners: Myrna Floyd, Roe Lyons, Shirley Potter, Mary Chapman, 65; Donna Tanner, Bonnie Hanly, Gail Ford, Kay Kish, 66; Dianne Yelovich, Patricia Williamson, Silvia Bisbe,Gloria Sictish, 67; Janice Kaczmarek, Charlotte Cable, Brenda Thomas, Donna Chapman, 68.
The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 31 in a Nassau tournament and the format was one best ball on odd holes and two best balls on even holes. Competition was on Course No. 1.
Overall: Jack Briley, Hank Szczsponik, Steve Frobey, Harvey Kettering, 87; John McPhaul, Ron Sundstrom Stanley Peterson, Richard Smetana, 88 (MOC); Paul Hoban, Sterling Stetson, James Lucey, Bruce Monteith, 88 (MOC).
Front nine: Gerald Casinella, Hank Pages, Ray Bowles, Roger Saylor, 42 (MOC); Jerome Forrest, Garth Laidlaw, John Munz, Joseph Sousa, 42 (MOC); William Noggle, Jerry Phillips, Tom Little, Donald Marchetti, 42 (MOC).
Back nine: Alexander Lowrie, John Lacci, Bill Pelekoudas, Bill Cantley, 45; John Alfieri, Frank Hopper, Tony Cates, Bill May, 46 (MOC); Richard Osborne, Bill Mavredes, Jerry Montgomery, Curtis Richardson, 46 (MOC).
Closest to the pin winners were Randy Whitten on No. 5 and Richard Osborne on No. 18.
The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 1 in a Nassau tournament with one best ball of the foursome on odd holes and two best balls on even holes were needed for scoring. Competition was on Course No. 4.
Overall: Raymond Martin, Fred Nuenighoff, Jerry Raugh, 82; Ronald Hilton, Jack Pritchard, John Bitting, Stu Warshauer, 84 (MOC); Jay Carothers, Bill Sherman, Phil Hinesley, Barry Lyons, 84 (MOC).
Front nine: John Reeves, Robert Wood, Bill Frei, Carmen Lloyd, 39 (MOC); Richard Berkshire, Paul Conover, Joe Gregory, 39 (MOC); Bob McNally, Robert Hoffman, Gale Smith, Jim Mannix, 39 (MOC).
Back nine: David Brown, Dennis Graff, Jack McCall, Ronald Wiles, 42; Frank Briggs, Peter Hanly, Jeff Smythe, Mike Yelovich, 44 (MOC); Jim Cassidy, John Oliver, 44 (MOC).
Whispering Pines: The Men’s Golf Association played Feb. 8 in a two best balls of the foursome tournament. Paul Sams and Jim Kelley tied at 76 for low gross. Ron Derrick won low net with 62.
The winners: Paul Sams, George Carfi, Ron Derrick, Dean Donley, 118; Bill Hobbs, Richard Price, Larry Pierce, Win Loughlin, 119; John Gillis, Tom Murphy, Joe Merry, Chuck Barth, 121; Rich Mancuso, George Venet, Jim McDevitt, Paul Hallet, 123.
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