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Brierwood Foursome Shoots 31
In 9-Hole Mixed Scramble
Jim Roach, Jerry Lula. Andy
Micali and Ethel Brown teamed up
to shoot 31 and win the nine-hole
mixed scramble last Wednesday at
Finishing three strokes hack in
second place was the team of Joe
Reiter, Paul Keeley. Martha Ware
heim and Sarah Lula.
Brick Landing Wo men
Hetty Bonniol and Joan Behrle
finished at plus 2 to win the Brick
landing Women's Golf Association
shootout last Tuesday.
Millie Thomas had a birdie at the
first hole, and Bonniol birdied the
17th. Sue Nelson had a chip-in at the
Carolina Shores Men
The team of Ed Garvey, Dick
Pearce, Gordon Goodwin and Art
Searby was the overall winner of the
Carolina Shores Men's Golf Asso
ciation Nassau tournament last Sat
urday. Their net scores totaled 308.
Winning the front nine with a 151
total was the foursome of John
Crane, Les Meader, Bob Remais and
Bill Teschler, George Bowen, Jim
Short and Kirk Burdick won the
back nine with a 149.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were
Bill Goetschius at the third hole and
Bill Haupt at the 12th.
Last ITiursday, the Carolina
Shores men competed in a best ball
tournament at Bay Tree. Teams
counted one best ball on the first six
holes, two best balls on the next six
and three best on the last six.
Leading the field with a 125 was
the team of Gary Mott, Bill Cox,
Herb Hinkcl and Lester Soule. They
edged Dan Roberts, Dick Pearce,
Iggy Pulco and John Serafin on a
match of cards.
Finishing third with 127 was the
foursome of John Crane, Jim Dee
han, John Ogden and Jim Ahcarn.
Placing fourth, also with 127, were
Bill 1'aupi, Paul Wuthrich, Tom
Fleming and Jack McAlecr.
Nick Celfo and Paul Turan shot
net 135 to win the Calabash Vet
erans Golf Association tournament
last Friday at Beachwood.
Finishing second in the total net
of twosome event was the team of
John Pape and Hal Ricbesehl with a
score of 139.
On a match of cards, third place
went to luirry Bollinger and Don
Mahncke with 141. Alan Kletchka
and Charlie Mahony placed fourth,
and Bob Christian and Bill McDavit
took fifth with scores of 141.
Placing sixth with 143 was the
team of Lou Sommers and Chuck
Wilson. On a card match, Jim Eaton
and Carl Smith edged Herb Oel
lerich and George Richardt for sev
enth place with 144.
The Calabash Veterans will play
Saturday at River Hills. Show time
for the three best net tournament is
Sea Trail Ladies
Louisa Cilento fired net 56 and
Carol Patridgc had 59 to lead the
first flight in the Sea Trail Indies
Golf Association tournament last
Golfers did not count scores on
their two worst holes on the front
nine or two worst holes on the back
In the second flight, Peggy Cam
pana and Ann Holman tied for first
place with scores of 55. Dorothy
Cambria was second with 56, and
Heni Moulton took third with 57.
Top finishers in the third flight
were Barbara Pointer with net 57,
Phyllis Manfred with 59 and Jane
Bye with 61.
Carol Peters led the fourth flight
with a 58. Gaylc Schadle, Pat
Burkart and Jennie Gregory tied for
second with scores of 59. Maggie
Crockett was third with net 60.
Louise Scnsening had a birdie at
the 16th hole.
Jan Loflin shot gross 86 and
Hilda Hall and Rose Reiter tied with
net 72 to lead the first flight in the
Brierwood ladies Golf Association
tournament last Tuesday.
Mary Schaack had the second low
net in the top flight with 74. Hall
had low putts in the flight with 30.
Top finishers in the second flight
were Ethel Brown with gross 91 and
Ruth Kinder with net 68. Pat Wolff
ap'l Lois Beato tied for second low
net with rounds of 70. Brown had
low putts with 30.
Marion Johnson had a 103 for
low gross in the third flight. I>ow net
winners were Pierrette Tompkins
with 71 and Sue McCann and Sally
Dye with scores of 73. Dye and
Carolyn McCroskey tied for low
putts with 30 each.
In the fourth flight, Evelyn Wuth
rich and Margaret Pingo tied for low
gross with scores of 107. Bettilou
Bayne had the low net of 72, fol
lowed by Barbara Baxter with net
76. Pingo had low putts with 33.
Reporting chip-ins were Uinny
Anzelone at the second hole,
Tompkins at the 13th and Dye at the
Carding birdies were Wolff at the
second hole, Catherine Clemmons at
the third, Loflin at the 14th and Rose
Reiter at the 18th.
Fred Kellogg and Fred McGee
finished at plus 9 to win the weekly
shootout last Wednesday at Lock
wood Golf Links.
The shootout was one of the
biggest ever with 77 participants. Ed
Odum and Rudy Normandin placed
second at plus 8
Richard Haywood and Henry
Busch were third with plus 7, fol
lowed by A1 Burlingame and Larry
Brown with plus 6'/i.
Jack Finn was the high individual
on a non-winning team with plus 614.
In the Feb. 9 shootout, Robert
Ball and Alex Daniel finished first
with plus 9.
Don Lenis and Hal Foley finished
at plus 51^ to tie for second place
with the team of Joe Barry and Phil
lip St. James Mike Smith and Joe
Jones Drops Gene's Auto
Richard Jones Construction hand- the Sub Jammers were forfeit win
ed Gene's Auto Body its first loss of ners over Sherri's Grill.
the season last Tuesday in the Brunswick County
Brunswick County Coed Volleyball Coed Volleyball League
League. Standings As Of Feb. 21
Richard Jones posted a 15-10, 15- Team Wins Losses
9, win to improve to 9-2 for the sea- Gene's Auto Body 10 1
son. Gene's Auto fell to 10-1 with Jones Construction 9 2
three weeks left in the regular season. Kari's Bar 6 5
In other matches last week, Sherri's Grill 5 6
Brunswick Community College de- Brunswick College 5 6
feated Kari's Bar 15-13, 1-15, 11-8. Roberto's Pizza 4
Roberto's Pizza was a 15-7, 15- Sub Jammers 4
10, winner over J.M. Parkers, while J.M. Parkers 1 10
Ready placed third at plus 5.
John Martocci. Jack Causer, Dick
Anzelone and Jerry Wolff shot 156
to win the Brierwood Men's Golf
Association tournament last Thurs
Teams counted the two best balls
on even-numbered holes and the
three best balls on odd-numbered
Finishing second with a score of
163 was the foursome of Jim
Crosby, Kd Theimann, Bob Allwein
and Bob Sterner. Neal McCall,
Straud Maerker, Howard Bayne and
Ned Dye placed third with 168.
In the Brierwood men's two best
ball event last Monday, two teams
tied for first place.
Bill Allen, Hal Schuler, Ned Dye
and Frank Steeves shot 14-under-par
130 to tie Barney Martin, John
Cowic, Rick Rickbeil and Paul
Placing second with a score of
133 was the team of Neal McCall,
Jerry Lula, Ted Narazinski and
Carolina Shores Ladies
The foursome of Joan Sullivan,
Betty Goodwin, Dolly Mott and
Carolyn D'Avanzo shot 126 and was
the overall winner of the Carolina
Shores Ladies Golf Association
Nassau tournament last Thursday.
Winning the front nine with a 66
was the team of Mary Johnson,
Marge Dale, Ruby Vanderburg and
Betty Kibblehouse, Barbara
Brooks. Gerry Burdick and Cynthia
Omundsen won the back nine with
Ruth Radcliffc birdied the eighth
hole and finished with low putts
with 27. Also making birdies were
Sally Manifold at the sccond hole,
Dot Meader at the third. Kibble
house at the eighth and Lynn Jen
and Burdick at the 16th.
Reporting chip-ins were Johnson
at the first hole, Vazquez at the sec
ond and Omundsen at the eighth.
Ed and Claire Aston and Odie and
Marian Johnson shot 122 to win the
Brierwood Homeowners tournament
Teams counted the two best balls
on each hole. The winning team fin
ished 22 strokes under par.
Placing second with 124 was the
team of John and Joan Cowie and
Dick and Janice Owens.
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Jim Jones shot gross 79 and Ron
Schadle finished with 41 points to
lead the first flight in the Sea Trail
Men's Golf Association tournament
Golfers competed for the low
gross and highest number of points
on the Jones course. George Lefclar
had the second low gross of 80.
Dick Matheny had 41 points, and
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Second flight winners included
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Closest-to-the-pin winners were
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the 13th and Ron Hayes at the 17th.
Members of the Carolina Shores
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and low net honors last Thursday at
Ocean Isle Beach and Brierwood
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Charlotte Martin with 56, Chris 73. She was followed by Phyllis
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