Notebook: Final Interclub Competition Held
Interclub II: The final competition was at the Mid South Club Sept. 25, with six area clubs participating. Scores for the day: National, 39.5; Pinehurst, 38; Mid South, 37; Pinewild, 32.5; Fairwoods on 7, 34; Whispering Pines, 34.
Year to date: National Golf Club, winners for the third year, 201.5; Pinewild, 181; Pinehurst, 177.5; Fairwoods on 7, 177; Whispering Pines, tied at 171.5, with Mid South.
Interclub I correction: Year to date: Country Club of North Carolina, 187; Country Club of Whispering Pines, 184; Foxfire, 182; Pinewild, 180.5; Southern Pines, 178; Pinehurst, 168.5.
Hole-in-One: Rita Roberts, a member at Mid South, aced the 104-yard 11th hole, using her 8-iron. Rita is a member of the Mid South team, competing Sept. 25, in the Interclub II matches. Her playing partners were Sue Kress, Diana Staley and Sally Means. This was Rita’s first hole-in-one.
Stephanie Stokes, a member at National GC, scored a hole-in-one Sept. 25 while playing for her Interclub II team at Mid South. She used her 9-iron on the 104-yard third hole. Witnessing her perfect shot were her playing partner, Maureen Buckley, and Paula Montgomery and Peggy Clark, members at Pinewild.
Diane Steele, a member at Longleaf, scored her ace Sept. 21, on the 107-yard eighth hole. Diane used her driver to reach the green. Her playing partners were Joe Carter, Sally Emerine and Kevin Rowland. This was Diane’s second hole-in-one.
Whispering Pines: The Pinettes will hold their fourth annual breast cancer awareness tournament — “Playing for Pink,” Oct. 9. Raffle tickets will be sold at the club prior to the tournament. Residents of Whispering Pines may also purchase raffle tickets or make a donation to this worthy cause by contacting Helen Gibbons at (910) 949-5505. Raffle prizes include green fees to some local courses, baskets of cheer, wine baskets, baskets from the Fresh Market, chocolate items, gift certificates, golf items, pottery, 10 coupons to bring a friend to CCWP to play golf for just $20, and much more.
The Pinettes played Sept. 23, on the East Course, and the game was the most threes, fours and fives.
Flight 1 – Elke Phillingane, 15; Nell Crawford, tied at 12, with Barb Harp. Flight 2 – Nancy Donley tied at 14, with Pat Talcott. Flight 3 – Sandra Armstrong, 16; Joyce Reitler, 12.
The Ninettes played their member-guest tournament Sept. 24, and the format was one best ball of each twosome. Barb Carlson and Darlene Luppino, 31; JoAnn and Daryl Pierce, 32; Sandy Cebrick and Vicki Hancock, 33; Pat Linss and Noelle Granville, 34. Sandy O’Malley and Lacy Hughes won the putting contest in a putt-off with Val Flahie and Florence Zschoche.
National: The Women’s Golf Association played Sept. 26th in their President’s Cup tournament. Flight 1 – Gross: Norma Hyland, 90; Diane Tate, 97. Flight 2 – Cindy Boals tied at 76, with Pia Orlandi.
The 9-Hole Ladies: Gross – Heather Barnwell, 56. Net: Karen Mamuzic, 39.
Southern Pines: The Par Seekers played Sept. 25, and the format was one low gross and two low nets in each flight.
Flight 1 – Gross: Bonnie Quesenberry, 88. Net: Ann Kendall, 73; Judy Barrenger, 76. Flight 2 – Gross: Joan McCreedy, 108. Net: Nancy Jacobs, 78; Kathy Waldron, 81.
Seven Lakes: The Lakers played Sept. 26 for the “Lakers Mug” in a Stableford format. The winning team was Kathy Goodman, Sandy Zimmer and Betsey Jones with 81.
Pinehurst: The Silver Foils played Sept. 25, in a one best ball gross and one best ball net of each foursome. The same player could not be used for scoring both gross and net. Nancy Geddes, Ginny Lapins, Nan Wood, Joyce Harter, 145 (MOC); Gay Padgett, Sally Hargrove, Terri Harmicar, Nancy Dorato, 145 (MOC). Betsy Bindley, Dee Cregan, Karol Collins, Jacque Weston, 156.
The Men’s Golf Association 2012 champion is Dennis Dolgan, with scores of 76 and 76 for 152. Competition was medal play Sept. 11 and 12, on Course No. 6, and September 18 and 19 on Course No. 5.Paul Conover won low net with scores of 63 and 65 for 128. Flight 1 – John Vann, 66 and 67 for 133; Richard Osborne, 68 and 66 for 134; Merle Lewis, 69 and 69 for 138. Flight 2 – Robert Dauenauer, 65 and 70 for 135; William Hannah, 69 and 67 for 136; Ken Smetana, 69+ 68 for 137. Flight 3 – Glenn Hirata, 64 and 66 for 130; Jerry Phelps, 61 and 70 for 131; Harry Herman, 70 and 67 for 137.
The Birdies played Sept. 24, on Course No. 4, and the game was one best ball on par-3s and par
4-s, then two best balls on all par-5s. First – Barbara McKitrick, Irene Corbin, Joyce McWane, 84. Second – Gail Ford, Darlene Skinner, Diane Zalewski, 84. Third – Tracy Nater, Mary Henry, Bonnie Hanly, Helen Brissette, 86.
The Chippers played Sept. 26 in a team event. The format was one best ball on odd holes and two best balls on even holes, and 100 percent of handicaps were used for scoring. Anna-Thumm Borst, Nancy Mooney, Tracy Nater, Nancy Schoephoester, 42. Chip-ins counted that day and Mary Bradbury, Jan Aruscavage, Donna May and Patty Smith were the winners.
The Ladies Golf Association played Sept. 27, on Course No. 1, and the contest was called “welcome back.” The format was one best ball on all holes except two best balls on the ninth hole. Dotti Brown, Maggie Langley, Maureen Reeves, Sigrid Gross, 62; Diane McCall, Sis Liston, Marilyn Thomas, Judy Silver, 63 (MOC); Tonya Brown, Teresia Noggle, Pat Anderson, Ronda Brooks, 63 (MOC); Diana Bennett, Corky Howell, Kathy Mondock, Sandy Smith, 64. Donna Tanner won low gross with 79.
Whispering Woods: The Ladies Golf Association played Sept. 25 in a flag tournament. Each player planted their flag where their handicap ran out. The winners all planted their flags before or on the 18th hole. 1. Gerry Scalia. 2. Carol Carlson. 3. Shirley Smedley. 4. Tina Burns.
The Men’s Golf Association played Sept. 21 in a team event. The format was one low gross and one low net needed for scoring. Ken Pomeroy, Tony Rodriguez, Tom Lyon, blind draw totaled 121.
Foxfire: The Ladies Golf Association held a “girls’ night out” Sept. 20 and 21. Barbara Price hosted a party where teams were drawn according to three groups of handicaps. The competition was an 18-hole captain’s choice on the West Course: Barbara Price, Phyllis Jones and Marilyn Grady, 73 (MOC); Sharon Hinkle, Sue Manley, Flo LaShomb, 73 (MOC); Sue Durham, Jaunita McCleney, Claire Marks, 76.
The Ladies Golf Association played a “blind draw” game Sept. 26th on the West Course.Teams of four each played their own ball and after playing a hole, the name drawn from the cup was the score that counted. Kim Spaulding, Sonja Nelson, Flo LaShomb, blind draw, 72.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played Sept. 20 in a tournament where only holes starting with T’s and F’s counted for scoring and only one-half of each player’s handicap was used. Barbara Mellinger, 33; Penny Higgins, 35. 9-hole winners: Carolyn Crenson, 25.
The Men’s Golf Association played Sept. 26 and the format was two best balls of each threesome. Stephen Zachary, Paul Cottam and Paul Aschemetat, 119. Steve Zachary won low gross with 79.
The 9-Holers played a skins game and low net competition. The skins winners were Mike Lloyd on holes 10 and 13, and Bill Crenson on Holes 12, 16 and 17. Net – Bill Crenson won low net with 30.
Longleaf: The Women’s Golf Association played Sept. 18 and 20 in their club championship. Competition was over 23 holes. Alane Lennon is the 2012 champion with a score of 117. Sally Emerine won low net with 85 playing two 9-hole rounds. Flight 1 – Gross – Suzanne Schenkel, 123. Net – Carol Crook, 90. Flight 2 – Gross - Sandy Carroll, 130. Net – Irene Blakeman, 92. Closest to the pin winners were Diane Steele, Sally Emerine, Diane Schutts and Lorraine Daoust.
The Women’s Golf Association played Sept. 13 in a fewest putts contest: Suzanne Schenkel, 27; Gloria Botnick, 31; Irene Blakeman, 33; Roberta Williams, 34; Pat Koubek, 36; Joan Baldwin, 36; Matti Jakobsen, 36; Sharon Faker, 35.
The Women’s Golf Association played Sept. 6 in a team low net event. Marcia Hayes, Gloria Botnick and Sandra Eriksson, 249; Alane Lennon, Carol Crook and Sally Emerine, 254.
Pinetops: The competition was held at Woodlake on the Maple Course. Flight 1 – Gross: Pam Congelosi, Woodlake, 87. Net: Diane Boston, Seven Lakes, 80; Isabelle Daley, Whispering Pines, 81.
Flight 2 – Gross – Sue Sedlak, Foxfire, 93. Net: Chris Novak, Pinewild, 79; Elke Phillingane, Whispering Pines, 80.
Flight 3 – Gross – Pat Bickoff, Woodlake, 97. Net – Peggy Ballew, Seven Lakes, 77; Jenny Sherrill, Southern Pines, 81; Ann Kendall, Southern Pines, 81.
Flight 4 – Gross – Jan Marshall, Whispering Pines, 94. Net – Sue Manley, Foxfire, 79; Freddy Mastandrea, Pinewild, 82; Joyce Charles, Seven Lakes, 82.
Flight 5 – Gross – Lynn Ball, Woodlake, 100. Net – Sue Jacobson, Pinewild, 77; Lillie Alexander, Seven Lakes, 78; Pam Jones, Woodlake, 78.
Flight 6 – Gross – Sharon Mathias, Whispering Pines, 105. Net – Jean Weiler, Pinewild, 79; Louise Pryor, Pinewild, 82.
Flight 7 – Gross – Peg Woodard, Seven Lakes, 113; Janet Clark, Pinewild, 113. Net – Mary Ann Gerney, Seven Lakes, 84; Barbara Vincenti, Pinewild, 84; Mary Pagano, Seven Lakes 87; Kim McDevitt, Whispering Pines, 87.
Flight 8 – Gross – Sue Wagner, Woodlake, 116. Net – Carolyn Roberts, Woodlake, 77; Barbara McCleneghen, Woodlake, 79.
Totals: Woodlake, 16; Pinewild, 13; Whispering Pines, 9; Foxfire, 5; Southern Pines, 2; Pinehurst, 0.
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