King Reigns At Chartwell

Golf notes

May 19, 1991

Marty King led Chartwell Country Club's 18 Hole Group Wednesday witha low gross score of 78.

Other low gross leaders included Doris Yount with an 88, Gwen Horrigan and Roe Fizgerald, each with a 94, andEls Anderson with a 103.

Sonja MacLean turned in the most impressive low net score of 63, followed by Sigrid Kingsbury (64), Val Stamper (67), Pearl Crump (68)and Claudia Pardo (71).

Cass Jacomini needed the fewest putts (27) to finish her round followed by Renee Bisciotti (28), Rosemarie DeVal (29), Ruth Latimer (29), Dot Manzolillo and Pat Merkert (both 31).

Karen Parker recorded the only "greenie" of the day on the secondhole, and Bisciotti, Beve Jones and Ann Herring all were credited with "chip-ins."


The American Lung Association of Maryland is offering a 1991 golf privilege card, which will entitle cardholders to one free round of golf at 14 participating golf courses, including the Annapolis Golf Club in Annapolis.

Cards cost$25 and can be used from now through Dec. 31.

"Funds raised from the sale of the Golf Privilege Cards help to support out statewide efforts to fight lung disease," said M. Jane McMahon, Ed.D., president of the American Lung Association of Maryland.

"It's a situation where everybody wins; golfers play on 14 different courses without paying any greens fees, and the Lung Association raises vital funds to support our programs and services for lung disease patients, school children and medical research."

Information: (800) 492-7527.


Dwight D. Eisenhower Golf Course in Crownsville will be the site for the inaugural Wellness Community Golf Tournament Friday, Aug. 2.

The Captains Choice format tournament is $90 per golfer, which includes greens and cart fees, lunch, closest-to-the-pin contest and longest drive hole, trophies, beer and soft drinks on the course.

Information: Joe Conte, 266-3125, or Francene Cucinello, 266-3031.


The third annual President's Invitational Golf Tournament will tee off June 6 at Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Golf Course in


The invitational benefits the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc., a non-profit corporationthat supports the needs of the college and its students.

Limited to 144 players, a full complement of 36 foursomes is expected to compete in the fund-raiser.

The highlight of last year's event was a $10,000 hole-in-one prize won by Ted Berger.

MCI Telecommunicationsagain will be the corporate host.

The day begins at 9 a.m. with registration and a continental breakfast, and a shotgun tee-off beginsat 10 a.m. Lunch will be delivered on the course, and a 19th-hole bull roast caps the day.

Plans call for gifts for all players, hot dogs and beverages on the course, raffles and an awards ceremony.

Individual entries are $100, which includes a gift bag, greens fees, cart rental and the day's events.

Executives, companies or organizations may sponsor a foursome for $400.

Tee sponsorships are $150, which includes a sign on the tee and a seat at the awards ceremony.

For $500, both a foursome and a tee may be sponsored.

Information: Babette Bilek, 541-2515.

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