Notebook: Midland MGA Holds Tourney
Whispering Woods: The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 20 and the format was red, white and blue flags: three net scores on red flags, two on white flags and one on blue flag holes. Steve Luckhaus, Bob Carlson, Charlie Frick and Glenn Bernhard won with net 113.
Jan. 23 the game was one low net of the threesome, and the winners were Bill Anderson, Charlie Frick and Steve Luckhaus with net 56.
Jan. 25 the game was played from the red, white and blue tees. Three net scores were needed on the red tees, two on the white tees and one from the blue tees. Al Gaeta, Tony Rodriquez and Bob Carlson were the winners with net 133.
Midland: The Men’s Golf Association played a Nassau tournament Jan. 25 in a two best balls of the foursome contest. Overall: Art Gula, Ted Meyer, Paul Aschmetat and Neil Hartwick won with net 128. Harvey Koonce won low gross with an 84.
In a 9-hole skins game Mike Lloyd won on No. 12 and Phil Colwell on No. 13. Jim Leonard won low gross with 41 and Phil Colwell won low net with 33.
Longleaf: The Men’s Golf Association played a Stableford game Jan. 18 with following format: two points for an eagle, one for a birdie, zero for a par – minus one for a bogie, minus two for anything worse than a bogie. MGA president Joe Carter won with a total of +9. Ron Schutts was second at 0 and outgoing president Richard Hallman finished third with -1.
The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 25 in an individual best net using full handicaps. The winners were Kevin Rowland, 65; Joe Carter, 66; Paul Hogan, 67; Ted Gleason, 68; Jim Walker, 69.
Knollwood: The Sandblasters played Jan. 24 and the game was one best ball of the foursome.
The winners: First – John Mannion, Vic Kendall, Dick Baird, Joe Alden, 27; Second – Don Palmer, Dick Kelly, Dick Lawrenson, Ed Campbell, 29; Third – Bill Crenson, Jim Burrill, Clark Russell, Derrick North, 29. Bill Crenson won low gross with 39. Derrick North won closest to the pin.
The Sandblasters played Jan. 17 in a two best balls of the foursome contest. The winners: First – Rick Stone, Bill Crenson, Dick Baird, Joe Alden, 57; Second – John Mannion, Wallace Gourley, derrick North, Dick Lawrenson, 59; Third – Ed Campbell, Vic Kendall, Jim Shoemaker, Doug Toler, 65. Dick Baird tied at 40, with Art Gula. Rick Stone won closest to the pin.
Pinehurst: The Chippers played Jan. 24 in a one best ball of the foursome. Two holes were thrown out for scoring. Joyce Harter, Ro Kachel, Solita Hawes, Mary Wardrop, 50; Irene Corbin, Ann Nash, Tricia Williamson, Jacque Weston, 51(MOC); Jean Sundstrom, Penny Salley-Foyston, Silvia Bisbe, Helen Ozment, 51.
The Birdies played Jan. 23 on Course No. 6 and the game was one best ball of the foursome with scores on one par 3, one par 4 and one par 5 thrown out for scoring. Myrna Floyd, Joyce McWane, Shirley Potter, Donna Tanner, 44; Dora Pealer, Irene Corbin, Nancy McNally, Carol Hannah, 46.
The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 17 in a Nassau tournament on Course No. 4. Scoring was one best ball on par 3s and 4s and two best balls on par 5s.
Overall: Larry Harter, Don Torgersen, Hank Struck, Ron Reynolds, 72 (MOC); Hank Pages, Nicholas Esposito, Ray Bowles, Roger Saylor, 72 (MOC); Third – Antoni Chempinski, Howard Schwartz, Phillip Aruscavage, Terry Lane, 74. Front: Robert Van Laningham, Dennis McCann, Paul Mago, Phil Reaper, 35; Second – Dan Bryant, Louis Ferretti, Robert Eater, Jack Laflin, 36; Dave Kinney, Dunton Wyatt, Ernie Ferrell, Garry Walsh, 38.
Back nine : Dan Delgarn, Bill Rinaman, Stephen Errickson, Glenn Hirata, 36; Al Beranek, Mark Bodenheimer, Larry Ringen, Bob Kadarauch, 37 (MOC0; Jeffrey Irving, Steve Frobey, Harvey Kettering, Hank Szczsponik, 37, (MOC).
Closest to the pin winners were Tony Embry on No. 4 and John Bouldry on No. 12.
The Men’s Golf Association played Jan. 18, on Course No. 5 in a Nassau tournament. Scoring was one best ball on par 3s and 4s and two best balls on par 5s. Overall: Jack McCall, Mike Wallace, David Brown, Ronald Wiles, 68; Bryan Culwick, Thomas Holderby, Charles Flood, Lou Mongelluzzo, 69; Ron Kuklok, Wayne Pensenstadler, Jerry Dunn, Ray Rosinski, 71.
Front nine: Paul Conover, Harry Herman, Richard Johnston, Jack Wells, 33 (MOC); Gary Butler, Joe Gregory, Dick Haefele, 33 (MOC); Jerry Raugh, James Peterson, Richard Means, 34.
Back nine: Richard Caswell, John McCarthy, Andy Thomas, Martin Doherty, 37 (MOC); Dennis Green, Robert Groom, Andy Anderson, Duane Tanner, 37 (MOC); Gale Smith, John Wiatrak, Robert Hoffman, Bob McNally, 38 (MOC).
Closest to the pin on No. 6 was James Williams, and on No. 13 it was Jim Mannix.
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