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Sharp Wins Carolina Shores
President's Cup Tournament
George Sharp posted a 36-hole
net score of 133 to win the Carolina
Shores Men's Golf Association
President's Cup Tournament held
Dec. 3 and 10.
Sharp had rounds of 66 and 67 to
win by one stroke. Jim Sullivan fin
ished second with two rounds of 67
for a 134 total, and Dan Roberts was
third with scores of 68 and 70 for a
Closest-to-the-pin winners during
last Saturday's round were Don
Ernckson at the third hole, Sullivan
at the eighth, Les Meader at the 12th
and Bill Marsh at the 16th.
Last Thursday, the Carolina
shores men's group held a team
tournament at Bay Tree. Each group
counted one low net score for the
first six holes, two low nets for the
next six and three low nets for the fi
Leading the field with 131 was
the foursome ot Dan Roberts Dick
Stewart, Lester Soule and Dick Jerr.
Finishing second with 132 was
the team of Bill Goetschius, George
Sharp, George Sandberg and Mike
Paul Wuthrich, Jim Deehan, Hank
Mattutat and Ted Paliwoda placed
third with 136.
Jim Crosby, Jim Bryant, Mary
Nicol and Dede Havenga shot 4-un
der-par 32 to win the nine-hole
mixed scramble last Wednesday at
Finishing one shot back in second
place was the foursome of Joe
Reiter, Bob Sterner, JoAnna Magl
ione and Carol Soucie.
Sea Trail Ladies
Betty Halloran fired gross 86 and
Joan Llewellyn shot net 75 to lead
the first flight in the Sea Trail Ladies
Golf Association tournament on the
Jones course last Wednesday.
Second flight winners were Linda
Perna with gross 101 and Ellie
Helmboldt with net 79. Runners-up
included Carole Klapp with gross
106 and Heni Moulton with net 83.
In the third flight, Pat Swane
kamp had the low gross of 111 and
Sue Palmer shot 113. Posting the
low net scores were Pat Burkart with
77 and Marge Stokes with 84.
Making birdies were Pam Hayes
and Palmer, both at the 13th hole.
Two teams tied for first place in
the weekly shootout last Wednesday
at Lockwood Golf Links.
Jim McGlory and" Hany Russell
finished at plus 105* to tie the two
some of Bill Seip and Tom Roose.
Jimmy Helms and John Marcotte
placed second at plus 614. Maurice
Lefebvre was the top individual on a
non-winning team with plus 7.
Carolina Shores Ladies
Lynn Jerr shot gross 89 and Betty
Kibblehouse had net 78 to lead the
first flight in the Carolina Shores
Ladies Golf Association tournament
Second flight winners included
Dottie Meader with gross 104 and
Ginnie Derrickson with net 83.
Derrickson edged Kathy Deming on
a match of cards.
In the third flight, Ruby Vander
burg had the low gross of 107. On a
card match, Gerry Burdick defeated
Shirley Vazquez for low net with 78.
Ilse Bateman had the low gross of
102 in the fourth flight. Helen
Marsh had the low net of 78, top
ping May Robertson on a match of
Jerr's 89 was the overall low
gross, and Bateman had the overall
low net with 64. Flo Warren and
Bateman tied for low putts with 29
Carding birdies were Bateman at
the third hole, Marsh at the eighth
and Jen at the 11th. Lill Haupt
chipped in at the fifth and 16th.
Sara McCullough, Mary Schaack
and Rose Reiter each shot gross 91
to tie for first place in Flight A in
the Brierwood Ladies Golf
Association tournament last
Tuesday. Lois Beato had low net
Right B winners were Helene
Baker with the low gross of 99 and
Sarah Lula with net 75. Pat Wolff
finished second with net 76.
Pat O'Connell shot 108 for low
gross in Flight C. Pierrette Tomp
kins and Marge Harper tied for low
net with rounds of 80.
Carding birdies were Schaack at
the ninth hole and Doris Dunfee at
Sea Trail Men
Two teams tied for top honors in
the A Flight in the Sea Trail Men's
Golf Association best net ball of
twosome tournament last Tuesday.
Marv Peters and George Beerman
shot net 67 to tie the team of Jack
Echard and Steve Giordano.
In the B Flight, first place went to
Jack Palmer and Joe Hasson with
net 62. Bob Manfred and Bob Perna
were second with 64.
Keith Curry and John Lawrenson
won the C Flight with a round of 60.
Finishing second were Herb Klapp
and Tom Coniglio with 62.
D Flight winners were Ken Harris
and Dutch Geesey with 63 and Dale
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Qosest-to-thc-pin winners were
Ray Washam at the second hole, Joe
Levey fit the fifth, Doug Mehne at
the 13th and Manfred at the 17th.
Peters had the individual low
gross score with 77, and KJapp tired
the low net with 67.
The team of Jim Crosby, Frank
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won the Brierwood Men's Golf
Association two best ball tourna
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Finishing seven shots back in sec
ond place 'was the foursome of Paul
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Third place went to the team of
Bill Miller, Gene Cordisco and Bob
Meek with 125. A blind draw was
used for the fourth score.
Jack Baker, Gene Loflin, Don
Redding and Jerry Smith placed
fourth with 126. Three teams tied
for fifth place with scores of 128.
In men's golf action last Thurs
day, the team of Joe Distl, Larry
VanDer Vliet, Bob Sterner and Jerry
Wolff shot 168 to win a best ball
Finishing second with 169 was
the foursome of Dave Harper, JerTy
Lula, Jack Akers and Matt Mon
John Twomey, John Martocci,
Bob Allwein and Gene Cordisco
placed third with 171.
Day Date KM. TM. AM. PJtf.
Thonday 15 5:55 6:14 12.<J9
ftidiy 16 6:37 635 11!4 12:52
Saturday 17 7:16 734 1255 133
Sunday 18 734 8:11 135 2:12
Monday 19 8:30 8:47 114 2:50
Tuesday 20 9M 933 233 337
Wednesday 21 9:41 1001 332 4.-05
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LOCKWOOD FOLLY? subtract 22
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SOUTH PORT? add 7 min. high tide,
sdd 15 min low tide.
LITTLE RIVER ? subtract 11 min.
high tide, add 18 mm. low tide.
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