Notebook: Two Make Aces at Hyland
Hole-in-One: John Fisher, from Suffolk, Va., scored an ace June 24 at Hyland Golf Club. He used his 5-iron on the 165-yard third hole. David Beedie, Jason Drurie and David Stuart witnessed John’s hole-in-one.
Clark Murphy, from Hope Mills, scored his ace June 27, also while playing the 165-yard third hole at Hyland Golf Club. Clark used his 6-iron to reach the green, and his playing partners were Pete Paoni and Ron Foster.
Pinewild: The Men’s Golf Association played June 28, on the Holly Course, in an ABCD team and individual tournament. Team – John Farrell, Jim McMahon, Gordon Rednour, Ray Slywka, 146 (MOC); Ted Davison, Warren Crabill, Ted Kenny, Stainton Smith, 146 (MOC); Thomas Beddow, Jim O’Brien, Bob Livingston, Jack Mahan, 140.
Individual – Flight 1 – Gross: Bernie Schultz, 76; Dwight Pike, 77. Net: Mike Young, 67; John Farrell, 68. Flight 2 – Gross: George Watterworth, 81; Jim McMahon, 83. Net: Jim O’Brien, 67; Warren Crabill, 73. Flight 3 – Gross: Ted Kenny, 87; Norm Elliott, 89. Net: Gordon Rednour, 70; Kevin Connelly, 73. Flight 4 – Gross: Bill Stevens, 87; Bill Graning, 94. Net: Stainton Smith, 70; David Denny, 73.
Closest to the pin on hole No. 3 was Mike Young, on No. 8 Dwight Pike, on No. 12 Eddie Simms, and on No. 17 Jim Young.
The Women’s Golf Association played July 3 in a one best ball on holes starting with T and F. Play was on the Magnolia Course. Jean Grieshaber, Shirley Wake, Sally Manich, Carla Jones, 23; Debra Regula, Gay Strojny, Pat Williams, Betty Mulvaney, 25; Betsey Mitchell, Karen Smith, Inge Stipe, Karen Teams.
Closest to the pin on No. 3 wwas Nan Moore, on No. 7 Chris Novak, on No. 3 Nan Moore and on No. 15 Jean Grieshaber and Diana Harper.
Whispering Woods: The Ladies Golf Association played July 3 in a low gross and low net game. Gross – Carol Carlson, 80; Tina Burns, 90. Net: Fanny Maines, tied at 70, with Gerry Scalia.
The Men’s Golf Association played June 29 in a low net contest: Joe Layman, Charley Frick, Glenn Bernhard, Tony Rodriguez, 50.
A mixed team tournament was played July 4 and the game was 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. Charley Frick, Tom Lyon, Fanny Maines, Lisa Richie carded a 117.
Beacon Ridge: Sandra McDermott, with net 65, won the July Beacon Cup tournament of the 18-Hole Ladies Division. Other winners: Flight 1 – Mary Snead, 66; Janice Sargert, 70; Joyce Loney, 72; Barbara Card, 72. Flight 2 – Ann Nueslein, 68; Pat Land, 72; Marianne Foley, 74.
Southern Pines: The Par Seekers played tee to green with 80 percent of each player’s handicap used for scoring. Jenny Sherrill had 41, and Ann Kendall and Louise Pierce tied at 43. Dotty Garman had 45.
Whispering Pines: The Pinettes played an ABCD tournament July 3, and the format was one best ball on holes one to nine, two best balls on holes 10 to 17, and three best balls on the 18th hole. The winners: Isabelle Daley, Alice Sheridan, Carol Saylor, 93; Nancy O’Connell, Chris Mancuso, Millie Mills, Jane Adams, 95; Nancy Kendrick, Sallie Daughtrey, Daryl Pierce, Pat Talcott, 95; Helen Gibbons, Nancy Donley, Anne Gerwig, Sandy Armstrong, 96.
The Ninettes played July 2 in a low net game on the East Course. Mary Jakucyk scored 39 and Linda Schubert, 40.
Knollwood: The Rainmakers played a low gross, low net and low putts tournament, July 2: Flight 1 – Gross – Peggy Jones, 41; Net – Doris Stone, 30; Putts – Linda Parke, tied at 14, with Dee Hancock.
The Sandblasters played July 3 in a captain’s choice game : First – Harvey Koonce, Jim Burrill, Dick Kelly, Blind Draw, 34. Second – Wallace Gourly, Ralph Lien, Chuck Crum, Dick Baird, 36 (MOC). Dean Walker, Paul Cottam, Paul Aschmetat, Doug Toler, 36 (MOC).
Pinehurst: The Birdies played July 2 in two best balls on holes with elevation (nine holes) and one best ball on holes with no elevation (nine holes). First – Tee Noggle, Donna Tanner, Sue Griggs, Susan Smith, 91. Second – Jan Kuklok, Sue Ferretti, Brenda Thomas, Janice Kaczmarek, 92. Third – Silvia Bisbe, Joan Sponik, Irene Corbin, Joyce McWayne, 94.
The Women’s Golf Association played June 28, on Course No. 1 in a Nassau tournament. Overall: Dorothy Brown, Audrae Thibodeau, Nancy Blum, Margaret Banke, 80; Lorraine Allie, Patsy Rhody, Bonnie Becker Jones, Joyce McWane, 81. Front nine: Soung Ja Neubauer, Jane Lee, Silvia Bisbe, Josie Bunting, 35; Karen Cook, Brenda Thomas, Linda Bond, Judie Roensch, 38.
Back nine: Glenna Pope, Pauline Roe, Carole Wright, Sue Wright, 41 (MOC); Kendra Muir, Karen Plankar, Tonya Brown, Tee Noggle, 41 (MOC).
Donna Tanner won low gross with 78.
The Women’s Golf Association played July 5 in a game of “middle six.” Scoring was one best ball on holes one to six, two best balls on holes seven to 12 and one best ball on holes 13 to 18. First – Josie Bunting, Susan LaGraff, Silvia Bisbe, Maureen Reeves, 78 (MOC). Second – Jimmie Hepner, MJ Zinn, Maggie Langley, Nan Wood, 78 (MOC).Third – Soung Ja Neubauer, Tonya Brown, Patricia Christina, Susan M. Smith, 79 (MOC). Fourth – Zona Willis, Maureen Quinn, Donna Chapmen, Lynn Cain, 79 (MOC). Tonya Brown won low gross with 77.
The Silver Foils played July 3 in a one best ball gross and one best ball net contest. The gross and net scores were from different players. The winners: Diane McCall, Jimmie Hepner, Lulu Eichhorn, Jan Kuklok, 139; Tricia Williamson, Helen Ozment, Ann Nash, Lynne Heilman, 145; Nan Wood, Nancy Dorato, Mary Scott Arnold, Judy Silver, 148.
The Men’s Golf Association played June 19 in a Nassau tournament. The format was one best ball on par-5 holes and two best balls on par-3 and par-4 holes. Competition was on Course No. 6. Overall: Al Barrick, Charles Oxrieder, John McPhaul, William Norris, 104 (MOC); Dennis McCann, Phil Reaper, Doug Adams, Robert Van Laningham, 104 (MOC); Jerry Kolster, Frank Trask, Joseph Cerabona, Bob Hilsby, 104 (MOC).
Front nine: Timothy Dwyer, Charles Kachel, Geir Flyckt, Richard Heilman, 50 (MOC); Dave Kinney, Garry Walsh, Bill Moore, Dunton Wyatt, 50 (MOC).
Back nine: Antoni Chempinski, Wayne Cooper, Howard Schwartz, Terry Lane, 49; Tony Cates, Frank Hopper, Bill May, 53 (MOC).
The Men’s Golf Association played June 20 in a Nassau tournament. One best ball was needed on par-5 holes, two on par-3 and par-4 holes. Play was on Course No. 6. Overall: Howard Carpenter, Charles Leib, Ralph Angle, Louis Marchand, 95; Charles Clayton, Merle Lewis, Terrie Allie, Gary Petersen, 101 (MOC); Jack McCall, Ronald Wiles, David Brown, Norman Pope, 101 (MOC).
Front nine: Robert Blackwell, Gary Denman, Thomas Brown, Joel Shriberg, 48; Peter Gross, Phil Hinesley, Bob Edens, Barry Lyons, 50; Robert Hebert, Malcolm Ware, Richard Curl, Robert Williams, 50 (MOC).
Back nine: Roy Longhta, Terry Wade, Richard Gesswein, Joe Pesek, 49; James Collins, Jerry Dunn, Jim Hilderbrand, Gerald Weston, 52; Jack McAuliffe, James Swarbrick, Ronald Essick, Fred Nuenighoff.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played June 28 in a low net contest. 18-Hole Players – Dee Hancock, 65.
The 9-Hole Players played a beat the pro game on hole No. 2 and Gerda Pittenger won by one stroke.
Woodlake: The Ladies Golf Association held their annual member/member tournament June 27 on the Palmer Course. The format was a one-day low gross, low net best ball format. Gross – Barbara Jordan and Susanne Schultz, 74; Darla Howe and Shirley Sterling, 83.
Net – Barbara McCleneghen and Kathy Slotter, 58; Pam Jones and Wanda Parker, 59
On June 28 the Ladies Golf Association played a best nine of 18 holes on the Palmer Course. Darla Howe won low gross with 37, and Wanda Parker won low net with 24.
Seven Lakes: The Men’s Golf Association held their member-guest tournament on the week end of June 29–July 1. The overall winner was determined from a shoot-out on the 18th hole with the first place winners in the five flights competing.
Flight 1 – Don Gerhardt and guest Scott Letzinger were first and John Fletcher and guest Kraig Moodie finished in second place.
Flight 2 – Ray Moore and guest Kirk Talbott came in first with Damon Boston and guest Steve Boger coming in second.
Flight 3 – Franklin Thompson and guest Spike Billings took first place and Denny Galford and guest Jerry Gaskill were second.
Flight 4 – Gordon Zeller and guest Mike Thompson captured first place with Brian Breen and guest Steve Zagorski taking second.
Flight 5 – The winners were Ray McClung and Jeff McClung with Mile Holland and guest Jimmy Davis taking second.
Peggy Ballew won the Women’s Golf Association’s July Cordial Cup with net 64. Other winners: Flight 1 – Joyce Charles, 67; Kathy Mokricky, 69; Roni Hann, 72. Flight 2 - Betty Larson, 64; Edna Oliver, 76; Peggy Woodard, 77.
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