A bagful of golf events still to be played

GOLF NOTES

September 04, 1994|By Blair Holley | Blair Holley,Special to The Sun

It's September already and time to get ready for the great golf offered in the so-called "shoulder" season.

Pine Shore Golf offered its bunch of weekly scramble tournaments, which are open to anyone by calling (410) 641-5100.

In the Sunday Morning Tournament, 23 golfers played in the 18-hole event. The winners with an 8-under-par score of 52 were Rocky Netta, Dana Cooper, John Wyatt and Virgil Cave.

Monday evening it's just a nine-holer, and 18 players competed. First place wound up in a tie involving the quartet of Jeff Irving, Bob McIntyre, Joe Foley and Bill Ratliff, and the threesome of Ed Hoeck, John Mathews and Augie Wirths. Both squads carded 3-under 27s.

Next thing each week is a Wednesday Morning Scramble, this time with 27 golfers taking to the tees. In first were Beanie Cordrey, George Groth, Earl Croll and Wirths with an 8-under.

Last week they closed things out with the nine-hole Wednesday Afternoon Coed event, with 14 golfers on hand. The first-place team was made up of Bud and Rose Parr, with Olive Larsen and Sylvia Simpson, who shot a 3-under.

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Tom Boenzli has again been good about filling us in on the happenings of the Beach Club Seniors League. And this time he was one of the top finishers with an 85-15, 70 day. But George Miller garnered top laurels with a fine 92-26, 66.

Boenzli also notes that all Seniors League members must have played a minimum of 10 rounds to qualify for the Sept. 21 and Sept. 28 championship tournament. Contact Boenzli to get your status.

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River Run Golf Club held its Annual Member-Guest, and low gross honors went to the tandem of Doug Hudson and Wes Townsend, who posted a fine 70 in the Better-Ball play. The top net pair was Ron Supansic and Jim Walters on a 68 card, with Mike Delovich and Bud Corbin next at 69. In third net were Dave Rainey and Nelson Young with a 70, and the final spot went to Gloria Supansic and Linda Walters with a 71. It became largely a Supansic day when Ron also earned Closest-to-the-Pin laurels. Delovich had the longest drive.

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