Carpenter To Join Tour


October 29, 1991

Gary Carpenter, District V and county high school golf champ at Arundel, has accepted an invitation to join 220 other nationally ranked golfers in the 1991 Junior Golf Tour.

The tour, which is presented by the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, is a fixed-field, seven-event national tour conducted between November 1991 and February 1992.

The 16-year-old junior shot a par 75 at the regionals, conducted at Wakefield Valley Country Club, and a round of 72 during the countytournament at the Eisenhower Golf Course.

Carpenter, the county'sNo. 1 player (38.1 stroke average, USGA handicap of four), is Crofton Country Club's three-time defending junior titlist.


The Chartwell Golf Club Women's 18-hole group regular play day produced the following results Oct. 23:

* A Flight -- Low Gross, Ann Gillespie, 85; Low Net, Cass Jacomini, 71; Low Putts, CassJacomini, 29.

* B Flight -- Low Gross, Marcy Specht, 90; Low Net,Gwyn Horrigan, 70; Low Putts, Marcy Specht, 31.

* C Flight -- LowGross, Lucy Kim, 95; Low Net, Ruth Toombs, 75; Low Putts, Pat Merkert, 34.

* D Flight -- Low Gross, Emily Steinberg, 102; Low Net, Collette Messich, 72; Low Putts, Bernie Dunn (score not available).

*E Flight -- Low Gross, Susie Tate, 106; Low Net, Marge Fedor, 74; Low Putts, Rosemarie DeVal, 31.

* Greenie -- Sandy Rewald, Hole 14; Mary Niemann, Hole 2.

* Chip Ins -- Pearl Crump, Hole 11.


Mentally retarded individuals living at Bello Machre received a boost last week when the seventh annual Sunset Golf Invitational Tournament raised $17,000 for them.

This year's tournament,conducted Oct. 1 at Dwight D. Eisenhower Golf Course in Crownsville,attracted more than 144 golfers.

The tournament's organizer, OttsFratt of Sunset Restaurant, praised volunteers, sponsors and donors in making this year's tournament the most successful ever.

"We feel very fortunate this year. Everybody from our sponsors to donors to our volunteers and golfers went all out to make this a success," saidFratt.

Dr. Robert Ireland, executive director of Bello Machre, echoed Fratt's sentiments, "We're really appreciative of the efforts ofall those who helped with the tournament."

The proceeds raised through the tournament will be used by Bello Machre to operate 33 homesthroughout Anne Arundel County. Three to six individuals live in each home with a live-in residence manager. The homes are designed to provide a family setting fostering independence and specialized care and training.

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