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Golf

  • Golf roundup

     Staff Report

    Hurricane Arthur drenched the area July 3, but many golf leagues had their events either before or after that day. Below are summaries submitted by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • Golf roundup

     Scores and highlights reported by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • Golf roundup

     Staff Report

    Results reported by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

    Results of the Stableford tournament June 20 at Crow Creek. The winners with a score of +26.5 were Bill McDavit, Bob Smith, Bob Brownley and Tom Quick. Second place were Jim Ritter, John Beairsto, Ed Nocella and Paul Michal 9+21.5). Low rounds: Gary Gutheil, 87; Vern Fisher, 88; Dan O’Connell 89. Net: Beairsto and Quick, 62; Smith, 64; O’Connell, 65; Ritter, 66. Quick was the most over his points, at +11, and he is golfer of the week.

     

  • Footgolf: New and growing sport

     Until last month, I had never heard of footgolf, a new game that combines golf and soccer.

    What? Is that possible? Why would anyone want to combine golf and soccer?

    For a million good reasons, and now footgolf has come to Brunswick County. The first nine holes of Meadowlands will open on July 12 as an accredited 18-hole FootGolf Course.   

  • Golf roundup

     Staff Report

    These are summaries sent to the Beacon by area golf leagues.

     

    Brierwood MGA

    Results of points June 2. In first place with 90 points were Gary McDaniel, Bob Janovic, Dennis Shea and Al Bloom. In second place with 87 points were Larry Boyer, Dave Harper and Chuck Hornfeck.

     

    Brierwood WGA

  • Learning golf: From intimidating to easy

     Golf is an intimidating game. It’s played outside in all kinds of weather on natural terrain. There are tees and greens and fairways with obstacles like sand traps and ponds, creeks, rivers, trees, shrubs and deep grass. 

    In baseball and tennis, you have a single bat or racquet. In golf you have a bag full of 14 clubs with different names and uses: irons, woods, hybrids, rescue clubs, wedges and a putter. 

  • Ellen Gregory at the helm of The First Tee

     I’d heard about Ellen Gregory, the new executive director of the Carol S. Petrea Youth Foundation, and I even met her briefly during a photo session for the Future Generations Tournament (playing this Saturday, June 7, at St. James Plantation).

    I wanted to get to know this gal who is at the helm of four local chapters of The First Tee, plus the Carolinas Leadership Academy at Cinghiale Creek. Last week, Gregory and I had lunch, and then on Sunday night, June 1, I attended a donor reception at the Carolinas Leadership Academy and spent more time with her. 

  • Golf roundup

     Staff Report

    These are summaries sent to the Beacon by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

    Results of a two-nets tournament May 30 at the Valley at Eastport. The winners with a score of 109 (-31) were Reggie Auten, Tom Quick, Hal Riebesehl and Sid Silvers. Second were Roy Laster, Bob Byrne, Bob Smith and Bob Brownley with at 113.

  • CFAG golf

     In the event May 19at Glen Dornoch, the game was a net and a gross on par 4s and par 5s and a net and two gross on the par 3s. 

    Winners at a 162 were Pete Scott, Joe Gallo, Sid Pennington and a player by draw. Second were Ron Doeblin, Arnie Northrop, Greg Jensen and a player by draw. Third were Mike Devereux, John Ducey, Von Hincher and Rich West.

  • Golfers: Watch out for snakes, alligators and poisonous plants

     Golf has inherent dangers: back sprains, errant golf balls, clubs that fly out of sweaty hands, carts that can overturn on steep hillsides. 

    But on the Carolina Coast, other dangers lurk in the ponds, lakes, marshes and pine forests, and we need to be aware of them.