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Bouldin Team Wins
The team of Nancy Bouldin, Sally
Dye, Edith Wilckens and Elizabeth
Carter shot pveti-nar 72 to win the
Brierwood Ladies Golf Associa
tion's season-ending tournament last
Three teams tied for second place
in the captain's choice event with
rounds of 73. They were Hilda Hall.
True Schmaler and Mary Nicol; Ann
Causer, Pat Wolff, June Cleasby and
Evelyn Wuthrich; and Rose Reiter,
Cathy Clemmons, Alice Micali and
Finishing third with 74 was the
foursome of Sara McCullough, Ellie
Scutt, Marge Harper and Dot Frey.
At the fall luncheon following the
tournament, it was announced that
Louise Blizard was the Brierwood
winner of the North Carolina State
Play Day Champion. The game was
played May 3, and the winning
score was net 60.
In the group's regular weekly
tournament last Tuesday, Doris Dun
fee fired net 26 to lead the top flight.
Golfers counted scores on par 3s
and par Ss only. Runners-up in
Right A were Urn Bcato with 28.5
and Joanna I-ang and Ann Causer
with scores of 30.5.
Ps! NVc!ff Jed the way in il?c *x
ood flight with net 24.5. Other top
finishers were Mane Dolan with
25.5 and Helens Baker with 26.5.
Flight C winners included LI lie
Scutt with net 25 and Alice Micali
with 27. Tied fix third with 27.5
were Jane Flieg and June Cleasby
Mary Nicol won Right D with a
score of 25.5. Audrey Salmon and
Jen Ward tied for second with 26.5
C arding birdies were Betty Gahor
al the third and 16?h holes, Ncl
Justice at the seventh. Baker at the
ninth. Beato at the 1 1th. Peg Sterner
at the 14th and Sally Dye al the 15th
The team of Howard Scutt. Bob
Dolan. Bob Hoke and Paul Keeley
shot 134 to win the Bnerwood
Men's Golf Association tournament
Teams counted the two best balls
on par 4s and Ss and the three best
balls on par 3s. The winners were 22
Finishing second at 20-under-par
136 was the foursome of Mike
Prokop, Paul Dunfec. Rick Rickbcil
and A1 Hierman.
Sea Trail Men
Steve Freitas and Guy Moulton
finished at plus 3 points to win the A
Right in the Sea Trail Men's Golf
Association tournament last Tues
Finishing second at even was the
ium of Sieve Giordano and Lew
Meyer. Herb Gardner and Bill
Connor were third at minus 1 and
Jim Jones and Ken Harris placed
fourth at minus 2.
Top finishers in the B Right were
Dick Zinser and Gene Bilz at even.
Tied for second at minus 5 were
Frank Scaboldt and Herb Klapp and
the team of Joe Hasson and Jack
Halloran Bob Manfred and Stan
Risch placed fourth at minus 6.
Jim Jones had the overall low
gross with 82, and Ken Harris post
ed the low net of 66.
Fifty-five golfers representing
eight local clubs participated in the
Ladybird Ixague tournament Oct.
31 at Olde Fort Golf Course.
In the championship flight, Dor
aleen Joyner led the way with gross
78 and was followed by Bronza
Kiger with 79. Both were playing
their home course.
Florence Green of Oak Island had
the championship flight's low net of
68 and Joanna Lang of Brierwood
had 71. Nancy Bouldin of Brier
wood had low putts.
First flight winners included Claire
Aston of Brierwood and Bobbie
Davis of Fox Squirrel with gross
scores of 84. Lois Bcato of Brier
wood was second with gross 89.
Lib Brooks of Oak Island and
Jody Cole of Fox Squirrel tied for
low net with rounds of 72, and Ann
Silva of Olde Fort finished second
with 73. Tied for low putts were
Judy Collins of Fox Squirrel, Irene
Bryant of Brierwood and Frankie
Dawson of Oak Island.
Charlotte Lakey of Brick Landing
Tired gross 83 to lead the second
flight, and Megan Carmichael of
Fox Squirrel placed second with 91.
Sue Guido of Olde Fort had the low
net of 69, followed by Bev Burken
shaw of Olde Fort and Hclene Baker
of Brierwood with rounds of 70.
Helen Brady of Sandpiper Bay and
jdtid Eberiy of Oioe Fort tied for
Top finishers in the third flight
were Nancy Bumette of Oak Island
with low gross and Pierrette
Tompkins of Brierwood with low
net. Runners-up were Lee Vernon of
Sandpiper in the gross division and
Marge Reekes of Sandpiper in the
net division. Sarah Balk of Olde
Fort had low putts.
Fran Smith of Olde Fort and Joan
Van Noordt of Oak Island tied for
low gross in the fourth flight and
Brierwood's Emily Laughlin was
sccond. Fifi DeFraine of Sandpiper
had the low net, followed by Dot
Shay of Sandpiper. Jane Boyce of
Fox Squirrel and Elizabeth Carter
and Marion Corbin, both of Brier
wood, tied for low putts.
Department Planning'Breakfast With Santa '
Brunswick Oirtroty PatV.s and
Recreation Dcpt will spoasor
"Breakfast with Santa" for children
ages 10 and under on Saturday Dcc
Santa and hi* elves will he in the
Public Assembly Building of the
Brunswick County Government
Complex from M until 10 a m There
is no chargc
Youths ages 6-12 arc being invit
ed to participate in holiday craft
making projects at three public li
The sessions arc scheduled for
Monday. Dec. S. at Iceland library;
Wednesday. Dcc. 7, at Oak Island
Library, and Thursday. Dec 8, at
ShallcXte library All will take place
from 4 until 4:45 p.m
Pre-rcgistration is required at the
library in your area.
For more information about any
of the programs, call Emma T.
McGraw, special events coordinator,
at 253-4357 or 1 -#00- 222-4790.
The parks departments of Bruns
wick County, Southport and Long
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Beach arc planning a "Santa Cal
ling" program By filling out an in
formation form and mailing it to any
of the three recreation departments,
children under age 9 can receivc a
call from Santa or one of his elves.
Forms must be returned to the ap
propriate recreation department by
Dec. 2. Calls will be from between
Dec. 12 and 16.
"Brunswick County's First Golf Course"
Golfers, are you tired of
spending the green
instead of hitting them?
Morning-$28 Green fee & cart
(play all day)
Senior & Local Special-$24
PM-$20 Green fee & cart
Winter Guests Available
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A Taste of Affordable Elegance
AT SANDPIPER BAY GOLF
AND COUNTRY CLUB
invites you to join us for Thanksgiving dinner,
served from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Please join us for our Sunday brunch specials.
Now Booking Christmas Parties,
Luncheons or Business Events.
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Clearing Way For Garden
Approximately 40 members of Camp United Methodist Church turned out Saturday for an outdoor/in
door work party. Their first priority was clearing a site overlooking the Shallotte River where the Long
Bay Garden Club will build a garden in memory of Amy Frink, the 18-year-old daughter of Barry and
Birdie Frink of Shallotte who was brutally slain June 23 in Horry County , S.C. No arrests have been
made in the murder case.
Coasta! Carolina Offerina
Golf Management Degree
Coastal Carolina University in
Conway, S.C., will offer a new co
operative golf management program
to begin in the spring.
The S.C. Commission on Higher
Education approved the program
Offered through the E. Craig Wall
School of Bus. Administration and
Computer Science, the program will
prepare students for careers in the
golf industry. Students will receive
an undergraduate degree in business
administration with a major in mar
keting, with complementary training
under a PGA "Class A" professional.
Students who are accepted must
pass the PGA-administered playing
Gressette Sod Farms
1-800-444-2993 FLORENCE, SC
ability test. Students from 10 states.
Great Britain and Canada have en
rolled for the spring 1995 semester.
The program will be limited to 200
students to be phased in over several
The four-year program will incor
porate 129 hours of course instruc
tion with three six-month intern
ships. The curriculum also includes
weekly seminars and several courses
offered in conjunction with Horry
Georgetown Technical College.
Only five other institutions in the
country offer similar programs, said
Peter Barr, dean of the business
school. They are Ferris State
University, Methodist College,
Mississippi State, New Mexico State
and Pennsylvania State.
Each Foursome Will Play A
"Closest To The Pin" Hole
Winner Takes Home A Turkey!
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Open for breakfast &
lunch 6 30 a m. -3.30 p.m.
$300 Per Person
$450 Per Couple
?Group rates available on
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Expires 12 02 94
AFTER 12 PM
fee and cart
?Must present coupon
?These fees not good with
any other promotions
?Reservations must be
made inside of 48 hours
?Local rate S10 green fees
(with Brunswick or Horry
County drivers license)
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