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GOLF CHAMPION - Stoney Jackson, who teamed with
Terry Abercrombie to win last weekend’s Member-Guest
Golf Tournament at Kings Mountain Country Club, hits a
long Jos shot off the par five sixth hole in Sunday’s final
COME BACK HERE - Pop Foster, the oldest player in last
weekend’s Member-Guest Golf Tournament, tries to per-.
suade the ball to stop after missing a short putt.
ON LINE - George Bowen strokes a short putt on numbe
five green in Sunday’s final 18-hole
| Member-Guest Golf Tournament.
“in the KMCC
ound in the km Guest.
Stoney Jackson and Terry
Abercrombie fired a tourna-
ment record 62-64--126 Satur-
day and Sunday to win the
Kings Mountain Country Club
Men’s Member-Guest Golf
Jackson and Abercrombie
won by six shots over Mickey
Powers and Don Teague, who
fired a 67-65--132. Danny
Shockley and Jim Jones, who
were only two behind going
into the final 18 holes, finish-
ed at 64-70--134 for third
~ Scott Cloninger and Junior
Wilson won the championship
B flight with a 139 score.
Terry Leonard's team was
second with a 142, winning a
playoff over Jerry Ross and
Buck McGinnis and his
artner took first flight
onors with a 140, seven
strokes ahead of David
Brinkley and his partner and
Gene Timms and Kyle
‘won the third flgiht with a
- Southwell and Art Sweun won
Ron Queen and Frank
Helton were the second flight
winners, shooting a 146 to
edge Mike Ballard and Guy
Trout by a single stroke.
Casey Durham and Artie
Kilgore were third at 150.
Rick Moore and his partner
151. Chuck Austin and his
partner won second place
with a 156, winning a playoff
over Paul Hendricks and
Bucky Cozart. ;
~ In the fourth flight, Bob
a playoff over Darrell Austin
Sr. and Billy Hoyle after both
teams finished at 165. Charles
Hamilton and Jim Cloninger
were third at 181.
Saturday’s winners in the
closest to the hole contests
were Dennis Hope, Pete Keel,
Charles Goodson and Rudi
Rudisill. Sunday’s winners
wre Bud Wolfe, Richard
Hamm, Ray Barnes and Rick
SHORT CHIP SHOT - Tim Heavner chips onto the sixth op 5HOT.Gene Stone chips onto the 6th green in Sunday’s.
green in Sunday’s final 18-hole round
in the Kings Mountain
Country Club Member-Guest Golf Tournament.
MISSED BIRDIE ATTEMPT orm
, Gamble walks up for a tap-in after missing a 10
C onsixth green in Sunday’s final round of the KMC
on the par three fifth hole in Sunday’s final round of the
KMCC.Member-Guest Golf Tournament. Looking on is Terry
Abercrombie, who teamed with Stoney Jackson to win the
T . Former champion John
long birdie putt from the edge of the green for a par on the fifth hole in Sun-
Kings Mountain Country Club. a
SINKS SHORT PUTT - Darrell Austin Jr. sinks a short putt
Photos by Gary Stewart
Member-Guest Golf Tournament at Kings Mountain Country
LONG PAR PUTT - Richard Hamm sank this long pu
day’s final round of the Member-Guest Golf Tournament at
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