Holes-in-One: Rick Gentry recorded his first hole-in-one whereas enjoying at Legacy Golf Course Aug. 31, within the Carthage Fireplace Division charity match. Rick used his pitching wedge to cowl the 115 yards to the 11th gap.The witnesses to this long-awaited occasion had been Rick’s spouse, Cricket, and Invoice Haughey. Taking part in for charity certain has its rewards.
Ron Stone, a resident of Seven Lakes, and an avid golfer for a few years, recorded his first hole-in-one Oct. 7 on the 126-yard seventh gap. Ron used his Eight-iron for this excellent shot fulfilling a golfer’s dream come true. His enjoying companions had been Ed Clarke, Jim Krieder and Rheo Brouillard. Rheo commented on the tee field that “somebody have a hole-in-one to allow them to purchase me a beer” and Ron obliged. Cheers throughout.
Southern Pines: The Ladies’s Golf Affiliation performed Oct. Eight in its month-to-month “Members Cup.”
Flight 1: internet – Patti Billingham and Elaine Workman tied at 73, Bonnie Quesenberry, 75, Jean McNeill, 77; flight2 – internet –Kathy Waldron, 67, Donna Drum-Thomas, 73, Debbi Bassett, 74.
Longleaf: Males’s and girls’s membership championship tournaments had been held Oct. 18-19.
Kevin Rowland carded a gross rating of 168 for the championship and John Dabber carded 172. Don Eaton is the online champion with a rating of 143.
Beth Hill is the ladies’s champion with a two-day complete of 161. Ruthie Borrell was runner-up with a rating of 187.
Pinehurst: The Tin Whistles performed Oct. 19 in a one finest ball on par 3s and 4s and three finest balls on par 5s for scoring. Competitors was held on track No. 1.
Outcomes: Jack Farrell, Ron Sundstrom, Tony Rothwell, John Taylor, 117; Mike Rospert, Tim Griggs, Rick Brownlee, Ken Smetana, 120.
The Birdies performed Oct. 21 and the sport was one finest ball on even holes and two finest balls on odd holes. Competitors was held on track No. 7.
Outcomes: first – Paula Zellers, Jeanie Daigre, Andrea Rowley, Darlene Skinner, 92; second – Margit Elo, Marily Yesensky, Leigh Anne Eshelman, Myrna Spencer, 95 (MOC); third – Nancy New, Carol Mulcahay, Anne Pomichter, Barrie Reynolds, 95 (MOC); fourth – Pilar Web page, Janet Dill, Barbara Tencza, Micki Henry, 97.
Andrea Rowley received closest to the pin on the seventh gap.
Beacon Ridge: The Males’s Golf Affiliation held its finish of the yr “cash chief” handicap match Oct. 23 and the highest finishers had been: Ted Rudziensky, 63; Ron Dunning, 64; Max Picinich, 66; Vince and Marty Worth tied at 68; Tim Pittman, 69; and Don Smith and Peter Wyckoff tied at 70.
The Beaconettes performed a recreation of “all fours” Oct. 17 and the format was solely the three lowest gross scores had been used for scoring. Sue Frank, Jan Lindstrom and Mary Worth received the sport with a rating of 89.
Nita Hartless received closest to the pin on the 14th gap.
Whispering Pines: The Males’s Golf Affiliation performed Oct. 23 and the sport was one finest ball on holes one to 6, two on holes seven to 12 and three on holes 13 to 18.
Outcomes: Bob Flygar, Chris Reitler, Stuart Goodwin and Mike Butefish, 134; tied at 136 had been Al Frye, John Misiaszek, Jim Phillingane and Peter Kwon and the crew of Junior Jones, Larry Clapp, Jim Downs and Bob Tate.
The Pinettes outcomes for Flag Day, Oct. 22, are as follows: first – Dot DeMasi, Marsha Paff, Sue Brammer; second – Judy Woodward, June Candy, Jan Marshall; third Daryl Pierce, Joyce Reitler, Debbie McCormick.
Pinewild: The Ladies’s Golf Affiliation performed Oct. 22, the sport was one finest ball gross, and one finest ball internet of the foursomes.
flight 1 – Karen Fitch, Soonyoung Spadola, Ginger Lash and Grace Hill, 137, Ellen Connors, Donna Rotondo, Equipment Simpson and Charlene McKay, 137; flight 2 – BJ Fulcher, Ann Blayney, Shirley Sellgren and Pat Marki, 153, Jean Weiler, Jean Lee, Jan Behnke and a blind draw, 153.
Closest to the pin on the third gap was Barbara Adams, on the eighth April Zelinski, on the 12th Jill Hemingway and Jean Weiler on the 17th.
Problem: The Mid South/Talamore Neighborhood Problem No. three was performed Oct. 19 at Mid South. The format is decided by the earlier match and this yr it encompassed 10 gamers from every neighborhood in a two-person crew internet scramble with complete factors figuring out the winner.
Neighborhood 5 crew members had been: Rita Roberts/Kim Feeney; Pam Brushwood/Barb Syler; Bruce Brushwood/Jerry Feeney; Jerry Grout/Craig Reaser; and Cliff Doll/Spencer Roberts.
Neighborhood 6 was represented by Ann Beck/Bobbi Amato; Carol Malach/Kim Taylor; James Taylor/Joe Hill; Sherry Bowman/John Malach; and Vic Beck/Steve Menendez.
Neighborhood 5 received with 356 strokes in opposition to 383 for neighborhood 6.
Everybody loved an after-golf barbecue that included spouses and neighborhood buddies. As soon as once more, it was an excellent get acquainted day of shared golf and camaraderie.