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The Calabash Veterans Golf As
sociation defeated a team of Mu
rTclls Inlet veterans, 10-8, in the
fourth semi-annual challenge match
held Sept. 1 1 at River Hills Country
Eighteen foursomes participated
in the match play event. The format
was better net ball of the twosome.
Calabash won 10 matches. Murrells
Inlet eight and there were two ties.
Winning for Calabash were L.C.
Bollinger and Jack Brady, Walt
Benes and George O'Connell, Ed
Jackson and Ernie Williams, Bob
Herre and Alan Kletchka, Hal
Riebesehl and Charlie Weber, Walt
Lee and Bill Cook, Art Paige and
Jack Brooks. Jack Gaines and Herb
Oellerich, and Bob Davis and Jerry
Murrells Inlet winners were Bob
Gaynor and John Batt, John
Anderson and Ted Nissen, Fred
Jordan and lan Hunter, Norm
Baligerow and Bill Nuzum, Walt
Mitchell and Bill Spadafora. Jack
Piatt and John Hogan, and Whitey
Wetherald and Frank Corrigan.
Nancy Bouldin posted a two-day
total of 163 to win the championship
flight in the Brierwood Ladies Golf
Association Club Championship
held Sept. 13 and 14.
Bouldin shot 84 on the first day
and followed it up with a sizzling 79
to capture the title. Bouldin opened
the tournament with a birdie at the
first hole and also had birdies six,
seven and eight in the second round.
Hilda Hall placed second in the
championship flight with rounds of
86 and 82 for a 168 total.
Doris Dunfee won the first flight
with a 36-hole scorc of 172. She had
rounds of 89 and 83. with second
day birdies at the eighth and 14th
Bobbie Maples finished second in
the first flight with 178. Her opening
round of 93 included a birdie at the
fifth hole, and Maples fired an 85 in
the second round.
In the second flight, Ruth Linder
posted consecutive rounds of 100 to
win by two strokes. Runner-up Joan
Cowie had a 99 and 103.
Other golfers reporting birdies in
cluded Ann Hierman at the 10th and
16th holes, Betty Gabor and Nel
Justice at the third, Margaret Wood
at the 10th, Janice Owens at the 14th
and Ginger Sugrue at the 16th.
Betty Gabor, Lou Culp, Janice
Owens and Margaret Wood shot 126
to win the Brierwood Foxy Ladies
tournament last week at Lions Paw
Second place went to the team of
Nel Justice, Margaret Pingo, Bobbye
Cordisco and Dot Crean with 129.
John Cowie and son, John Cowie
III, were the overall winners of the
Brierwood Golf Club Men's Mem
ber-Guest Tournament held Sept. 10
The Cowies defeated four other
teams in a four-hole elimination
playoff of the low net winners from
each of the tournament's five flights.
The tournament attracted 54 teams.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were
Rick Robinson at the third hole.
Glen Schmaler at the ninth, Mike
Cox at the 14th and John Cowie at
Carolina Shores Ladies
Sally Manifold shot gross 90 and
Ellen Rose had net 69 to lead the A
Flight in the Carolina Shores Ladies
Golf Association event last
In the B Flight, Jean Palmer fired
the low gross of 100 and Dot
Meader had low net with 81 .
On a match of cards, Alice
Abbene edged Joan O'Neill for low
gross in the C Flight with 103.
Jackie Distler had the low net of 71
and O'Neill was second with 72.
Top finishers in the D Right were
Inky Remais with gross 103 and
Irene Crane with net 71. Cynthia
Omundsen was second with net 73.
Blanche Johnson, Palmer and
Distler tied for low putts with 29
Reporting chip-ins were Palmer at
the first hole, Remais at the fifth,
Distler at the 11th and Lill Haupt at
the 13th. Flo Warren birdied the
1 6th hole.
Sea Trail Men
Bob Perna fired net 60 to win the
Sea Trail Men's Golf Association
tournament last Tuesday on the
Runners-up were Dick Zinscr
with 64, Ron Schadle and Ray
Dillon with rounds of 70, and Ron
Hayes and Bob Graham with scores
The Carolina Shores Nifty Niners
hosted their Sea Trail Invitational
Scramble last Tuesday at Lions Paw
The team of Mary Helen Leisey,
Pat Burkart, Ellen Ericksen and
Marcy Norris took first place with a
score of 43.
Finishing second with 46 were
Jane Taubel, Edna O'Connell and
Charlotte Martin, Mary Zanzalari,
Audrey Card and Jane Abamo
placed third with 48.
Longes' drive winners were Jerri
Moore and Molly Cox. Closest-to
the-pin winners were Burkart and
In the Nifty Niners' regular week
ly tournament last Thursday, Erick
sen the low gross of 61. Runners-up
were Martha Mullis with 62 and
Leisey with 63.
Pat Healy had the low net of 31.
She was followed by Leisey wiin
net 39 and Taubel with 40.
Members of Ruth's Renegades
group competed in a crossover tour
nament last Thursday at Bay Tree
and Brierwood golf courses.
Top finishers at Bay Tree includ
ed Madeline Mahony with net 25.5,
Teddy Altreuter with 29 and Elaine
Haddock with 29.5. Jean Romero
had a birdie at the second hole.
At Brierwood, Toni Kobos led the
way with a score of net 25. Runners
up were Elizabeth Carter with 26
and Marion Corbin with 29. Sue
Baer chipped in at the 18th hole.
The team of Jerry Waller, Bob
Sterner, Jack Causer and Jerry Wolff
shot 139 to win the Brierwood
Men's Golf Association tournament
Teams counted one best ball on
par 3s, two balls on par 4s and three
balls on par 5s. The winners were 13
Finishing second at .1 undcr-par
141 was the foursome of Dave
Harper, Ncal McCall, Miles Um
berger and Jerry Smith.
On Sept. 12, the team of Bob
Dolan, Matt Monaghan, Dick Anze
lone and Norm Soucie shot 119 to
win a best ball event at Brierwood.
Finishing second with 120 was
the ornyn of Dc?? Rcddiug, Bob
Sterner, Joe Dist! and Kent Dist!.
Brick Landing Ladies
Betty Grace Grabb and June Beck
finished at plus 11 points to win the
Brick Landing Plantation Ladies
Golf Association shootout last
Placing second at plus 8 was the
team of Peggy Campana and Alice
Grossman. Marie Barry and Sue
Nelson were third at plus 5.
Carding birdies were Nelson at
the fourth hole, Campana at the
eighth and Betty Bonniol and Grabb
at the 17th.
Julie McCall, Kathy Stoll, Judy
Durham and Pat Narazinski were the
top four finishers in the Brierwood
Ninettes tournament last Friday.
Golfers counted scores on even
numbered holes only. Kay Allwein.
Joyce Rose and Narazinski tied for
low putts with 15 apiece. McCall
Allwein, Rose and McCall each
made par at the third hole. Marcia
Kartsen chipped in at the ninth.
Hal Sellers and Al Hooker fin
ished at plus 1 1 to w?n last week s
shootout at Lockwood Folly Golf
Finishing second at plus 8K was
the team of J.B. Bruton and Bill
Seip. Tommy Swain finished at plus
and was the top golfer on a non-win
In the Sept. 7 shootout. Bill
Golding and Dick Pcarcc finished at
plus 9 to take first place.
Robert Ball and Ed Lakey were
second at plus 7/i, and Paul Weber
and Elaine Whitt placed third at plus
Joe Brust finished at plus 8 and
was the top golfer on a non-winning
The team of Roy Havenga, Bob
Sterner, Alice Micali and Barbara
Baxter shot 3-under-par 33 to win
the nine-hole mixed scramble last
Wednesday at Brierwood.
Finishing two shots back in sec
ond place were Jim Bryant, Andy
Micali, Janice Owens and Julie
Toni Iossi and Shirley Vazquez
shot 51 and took first place in the
Brierwood Ladies Golf Association
Member-Guest tournament last
Sue McCann and Jackie Distler
finished second with 55, and third
place went to Virginia Gibson and
Frances Williams with 56.
Tied for fourth with scores of 57
were Nel Justice and Kay Brannon
and the team of Pat Wolff and Sandy
Tied for fifth with scores of 59
were Irene Bryant and Sandra
Maxwell, Janice Owens and Rose
Cordeiro, Sara McCullough and
Dale Calhoun, and Jean Lacerenza
and Ursula Styczynski.
Three teams tied for sixth with
rounds of 60. They were Shirley
Groff and Dell Little, Nancy
Bouldin and Gwen Bourneus, and
Maije Roach and Jackie Dent.
Tied for seventh place with 61
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Ginger Sugrue and Tmkie Smith,
Pierrette Tompkins and Ruth Gard
ner, Doris Dunfee and Vera Berg
man, and Maureen Farley and Emily
Longest drive winners were mem
ber Ginger Sugrue and guest Kay
Brannon (handicap 10-21), member
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Botts (handicap 22-30), and member
Audrey Salmon and guest Elaine
Bowes (handicap 3 1 -36).
Member Ruth Linder and guest
Mary Alice Robinson had the
Closest-to-the-pin winners were
members Ann Causer and Doris
Dunfee and guests Jackie Dent and
There were 28 birdies cardcd dur
ing the tournament. Guest Sandy
Avery had an eagle at the second
Golfers from Belvedere, Echo
Farms, Oak Island. Olde Point, Pine
Valley and The Gauntlet at St. James
Plantation were among the guests
competing in the second annual Fox
Squirrel Indies Invitational last
Kay Brannon of Oak Island won
the championship flight, and second
low gross went to her teammate,
Florence Greene. Carolyn Payne of
Raleigh had the low net. Ellen
Parker of Oak Island and Betty
Driscoll of Belvedere tied for sec
ond low net. Hope Stemes of
Belvedere had low putts.
In the first flight. Rose Smith of
Pine Valley had low gross and Lib
Brooks of Oak Island was second.
Paula Kalweit. formerly of Fojj
Squirrel, had the low net. followed
by Bobbie Davis of Fox Squirrel.
Donna Denker of Oak island won
Second flight winners included
Megan Carmichael of Fox Squirrel
with low gross and Liz Dodge of
Oak Island with second low gross.
Ruby Rickard of Fox Squirrel and
Joan VanNoordt of Oak Island tied
for low net, and Jody Cole of Fox
Squirrel was second. Fox Squirrel's
Sally Thomas had low putts.
Tootie Tagtmeyer of The Gauntlet
had low gross in the third flight, fol
lowed by Eloise Sykcs of Olde
Point. Posting the low net scores
were Jane Boyce of Fox Squirrel
and Nan<*y Squire of The Gauntlet.
Lillie Stainbrock of Oak Island and
Nancy Lockamy of Olde Point tied
for low putts.
Cindy Kuester, formerly of Fox
Squirrel, had the low gross in the
fourth flight and second place went
to Dot Moran of Oak Island. Kate
Bunten of Fox Squinel and Bev
Engel of Oak Island tied for low net,
and Ruth Workman of Olde Point
was second. Frar. Jervis of Oak
Island had low putts.
Brannon had the longest drive at
the fifth hole, and Rickard was clos
est to the line at the 16th hole and
closest to the pin at the 17th.
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The card expires Dec. 3h
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