Cira late 60’s, Fonder Hal Kinlaw Sr. giving lessons to Students from Flora Macdonald College

 

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The old club house, early spring 1983

USGA and The R&A Propose Detailed Changes to Golf’s Rules March 1, 2017 | FAR HILLS, N.J. and ST. ANDREWS, SCOTLAND

Modernizing Golf’s Rules: Home

As part of a joint initiative to modernize the Rules and make them easier to understand and apply, the USGA and The R&A have unveiled a preview of proposed new Rules of Golf.

The release of this preview begins a six-month feedback and evaluation period during which all golfers worldwide can learn about the proposed changes and provide input before they are finalized in 2018 and take effect January 1, 2019.

The announcement follows a comprehensive review process that began in 2012 with a working group of key USGA and R&A Rules administrators, professional tour officials and other Rules experts. While the Rules are revised every four years, this is the first fundamental review since 1984, and was established to ensure the Rules fit the needs of today’s game and the way it is played around the world.

“We are excited and encouraged by the potential this work brings, both through the proposed new Rules and the opportunities to use technology to deliver them,” said Thomas Pagel, senior director of Rules & Amateur Status for the USGA. “We look forward to an ongoing conversation with golfers during the feedback period in the months ahead.”

David Rickman, executive director – Governance at The R&A, said, “Our aim is to make the Rules easier to understand and to apply for all golfers. We have looked at every Rule to try to find ways to make them more intuitive and straightforward, and we believe we have identified many significant improvements. It is important that the Rules continue to evolve and remain in tune with the way the modern game is played, but we have been careful not to change the game’s longstanding principles and character.”

The proposed 24 new Rules, reduced from the current 34, have been written in a user-friendly style with shorter sentences, commonly used phrases, bulleted lists and explanatory headings. The initiative also focuses on assessing the overall consistency, simplicity and fairness of the Rules for play.

The Rules are currently delivered in more than 30 languages, and the proposed wording will support easier translation worldwide. When adopted, the Rules will be supported by technology that allows the use of images, videos and graphics.

Highlights of the proposed Rule changes include:

  • Elimination or reduction of “ball moved” penalties: There will be no penalty for accidentally moving a ball on the putting green or in searching for a ball; and a player is not responsible for causing a ball to move unless it is “virtually certain” that he or she did so.
  • Relaxed putting green rules: There will be no penalty if a ball played from the putting green hits an unattended flagstick in the hole; players may putt without having the flagstick attended or removed. Players may repair spike marks and other damage made by shoes, animal damage and other damage on the putting green and there is no penalty for merely touching the line of putt.
  • Relaxed rules for “penalty areas” (currently called “water hazards”): Red and yellow-marked penalty areas may cover areas of desert, jungle, lava rock, etc., in addition to areas of water; expanded use of red penalty areas where lateral relief is allowed; and there will be no penalty for moving loose impediments or touching the ground or water in a penalty area.
  • Relaxed bunker rules: There will be no penalty for moving loose impediments in a bunker or for generally touching the sand with a hand or club. A limited set of restrictions (such as not grounding the club right next to the ball) is kept to preserve the challenge of playing from the sand; however, an extra relief option is added for an unplayable ball in a bunker, allowing the ball to be played from outside the bunker with a two-stroke penalty.
  • Relying on player integrity: A player’s “reasonable judgment” when estimating or measuring a spot, point, line, area or distance will be upheld, even if video evidence later shows it to be wrong; and elimination of announcement procedures when lifting a ball to identify it or to see if it is damaged.
  • Pace-of-play support: Reduced time for searching for a lost ball (from five minutes to three); affirmative encouragement of “ready golf” in stroke play; recommending that players take no more than 40 seconds to play a stroke and other changes intended to help with pace of play.
  • Simplified way of taking relief: A new procedure for taking relief by dropping a ball in and playing it from a specific relief area; relaxed procedures for dropping a ball, allowing the ball to be dropped from just above the ground or any growing thing or other object on the ground.

A series of materials have also been prepared to explain the proposed Rule changes and provide background on the initiative. Found on usga.org/rules and randa.org, they include:

  • Overview of the Rules Modernization Initiative: Goals, Proposed Changes and Process for Implementation in 2019
  • Draft New Rules of Golf for 2019: The Full Text of Proposed Rules 1-24 and Definitions
  • Draft Player’s Edition of the New Rules of Golf for 2019: Written from the perspective of “you” the golfer, this shorter version covers the most commonly used Rules and is meant to be the rule book golfers will use when finalized and adopted in 2019
  • Explanation for Each Major Proposed Change in the New Rules of Golf for 2019: Short summaries of each major proposed change
  • Summary chart of major changes
  • Videos and Infographics: Visual explanations of the proposed Rules.

Golfers are encouraged to review the proposed changes and submit feedback online via worldwide survey technology that can be accessed at usga.org/rules or randa.org or from now until August 31, 2017.

The feedback will be reviewed by the USGA and The R&A in establishing the approved final version of golf’s new Rules. These are due to be released in mid-2018 ahead of a January 1, 2019 implementation. Fans on social media can also follow the discussion using #GolfRules2019.

Players are reminded that the current 2016 Edition of the Rules of Golf remain in force when playing, posting scores or competing, until the new Rules are officially adopted by the USGA and The R&A in 2019. The Rules of Amateur Status and the Rules of Equipment Standards were not part of this review process.

from: http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/rules-hub/rules-modernization/text/usga-and-r-a-announce-proposed-rule-changes.html

I heard these guys on a golf podcast I listen to every now and then, golficity. They put golf training videos on YouTube and also offer coaching/practice help from their website Meandmygolf.com.

For More Power In Your Golf Swing – Plug Yourself In

Where Power Is Generated In The Golf Swing

The relationship between your upper and lower body during the back and down swing is key to producing power and consistency in the golf swing.

The “Power Cord” Analogy

We like to use the “Power Cord” analogy that we got from Golf Coach Dave Phillips (TPI).

Imagine your upper and lower body are both power cords and when you assume your posture you plug them into each other.

Plug Yourself In Setup For More Power In The Golf Swing

Now the idea is to keep these power cords plugged in during the back and down swing through to Impact. This helps the body keep good positions in the golf swing helping you to maximize power and consistency of strike, which is so important to playing good golf.

If you disconnect these power cords at any point before impact it becomes very difficult get the most out of your golf swing.

How To Practice

Stand tall and place your lead hand on your belt with your trail hand a few inches above. Hinge forward from your hips so that the hands meet. You are now “plugged” in!

Now simply make a turn keeping the hands together, this will keep your core engaged and puts the spine in a great position at the top of the back swing priming you ready for that all important down swing.

From here start your down swing with your lower body and move to impact keeping the hands connected. This will allow you to maintain a good posture and help you get the most out of your golf swing.

This is a great drill to practice in front of a mirror at home.  To see more great drills for generating power click here..

Number 13 during construction. circa 1964-65

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Xan Law, Jr. Hall of History
Grand Opening Ceremony

 

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Family of Xan Law, Jr. cut the ribbon while CGA Executive Committee members
look on with Southern Pines Mayor David B. McNeil [right]

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. (February 13, 2018) — The rich history of golf in the Carolinas now has a home. The Xan Law, Jr. Hall of History opened for the first time at Carolinas Golf House on Saturday, February 10th. The grand opening preceded the Carolinas Golf Association’s annual meeting and Carolinas Golf Night.

“Now CGA members and visitors have another ‘must stop’ on their itinerary when in the area on business or teeing it up on the courses,” said Southern Pines major David B. McNeil prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony.

 

 

Related: Photo Gallery

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A wing of the Hall of History includes the Havemeyer trophy,
on display courtesy of U.S. Amateur champion Doc Redman of Raleigh, N.C.

The collection of clubs, scorecards, pictures, trophies and people who have made the Carolinas one of the most historic golf areas in the country.

“It has taken us about three years to get the funding together and then to develop the Hall,” said Lawrence Hicks the CGA President. “The big boost we got was from the Xan Law dinner we held at Quail Hollow in 2016. It raised a quarter of a million dollars and this would not have been possible without that contribution,” he added.

 

At that dinner honoring him, Law said, “Golf, like life, is a puzzle to be worked on but never solved.” Law was a Charlotte businessman whose life revolved around his faith, his family, and his love of golf.

Law unfortunately passed away shortly after the dinner, but his memory as a friend of golf in the Carolinas is well represented at the new museum. Fittingly, the new displays at Carolinas Golf House are dedicated as the Xan Law, Jr. Hall of History, due to his lifelong love of the game and unfailing generosity. “I’m glad we have a monument from the CGA,” said Law’s nephew Raleigh Shoemaker, Jr.

Golfers from all over the Carolinas contributed items to the hall. In fact the space for the display not only fills the Hall, but most of the halls in the Carolinas Golf Association headquarters in Southern Pines, N.C.

 

The Havemeyer Trophy, awarded to the U.S. Amateur champion, is currently on display courtesy of 2017 winner Doc Redman of Raleigh, N.C.

Not only are trophies displayed, but descriptions of events, players and milestones in Carolinas golf is on display. The accomplishments of famous amateurs like Bill Joe Patton and Bill Harvey are displayed next to those of PGA professionals like Webb Simpson, Dustin Johnson, Jay Haas, and Lucas Glover.

 

The Hall of History is open to the public during business hours of the Carolinas Golf Association (8:30 – 5:00, Monday-Friday) located at 140 Ridge Road in Southern Pines, across the street from Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club.

 

Portions of this release were written by Stan Olenik for scgolfclub.com

About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls’ Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas’ golf initiatives including junior and women’s programs.

For more information about the CGA, visit our website

CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION

Event: 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship
Host Site: Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3), Pinehurst, N.C.

Playing Dates: November 11-12, 2017
Social Media: #cgagolf

 

Champions Crowned at the 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship

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PINEHURST, N.C. (November 12, 2017) — Final results of the 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship at Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3) in Pinehurst, N.C. on Sunday, November 12, 2017 (Par 33-35–68).

 

Related: Championship Web Site | Scoring | Championship History | Photos

Cold, blustery conditions greeted the field Sunday for the final round of the 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship on Course No. 3 at Pinehurst Country Club. Alan Ryder of Aiken, S.C. used a second-round net score of even-par 68 to win the Men’s Division at four-over-par 140. In the Senior Men’s Division, Paul Callow of Charlotte, N.C. also posted a net even-par round to claim victory with a two-day total of one-over 137. Tony Parker of Claremont, N.C. improved by five strokes to capture the Super Senior Men’s Division with net scores of 72-67–139.

In the Women’s Division, Maggie Collins of Greensboro, N.C. won for the second consecutive year (69-73–142). Now a five-time winner at the Carolinas Net Amateur, Collins also won the Women’s Division in 2011 and 2013 and the Super Senior Women’s Division in 2015. The 2015 Senior Women’s Division champion, Mary Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., returned to the winner’s circle with scores of 79-70–149. Another Simpsonville, S.C. resident, Doris Fisher, went wire-to-wire for the Super Senior Women’s Division title (73-71–144).

The Carolinas Net Amateur Championship is played at 36 holes of net stroke play using 100% of player’s course handicaps. In addition to the division champions, flight winners were awarded across eleven flights. Flight results are listed below. Players are placed into flights within their division after the first round.

The Carolinas Net Amateur Championship is run concurrently by the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA), South Carolina Golf Association (SCGA) and Women’s South Carolina Golf Association (WSCGA).

7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship
Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3), Pinehurst, NC
Final Net Results

Men’s Division

Men A Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Alan Ryder

Aiken, SC

72

68

140

2

Joe Tucker

Lyman, SC

74

67

141

T3

John Clark

Foxfire Village, NC

70

72

142

T3

Glen Pounds

Rock Hill, SC

71

71

142

T3

Phil Pfeiffer

Myrtle Beach, SC

71

71

142

6

Joey Todd

Bladenboro, NC

72

71

143

7

Scott Tarcy

Fort Mill, SC

71

74

145

T8

Mark Howerton

Fort Mill, SC

74

72

146

T8

Paul Davis

Raleigh, NC

70

76

146

T10

Michael Lee

Raleigh, NC

66

83

149

T10

Damian Rouse

Wake Forest, NC

73

76

149

12

Patrick Piner

Beaufort, NC

72

81

153

13

Craig Schiffmacher

Pinehurst, NC

73

83

156

Men B Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Brandon Britt

Benson, NC

75

71

146

2

Sergio Rivera

Fayetteville, NC

75

72

147

3

Charlie Gardner

Fayetteville, NC

75

73

148

4

Rob Sweeney

Chapel Hill, NC

76

73

149

T5

Sam Lin

Simpsonville, SC

75

75

150

T5

Derrick Oyervides

Greer, SC

77

73

150

7

Rudy Canales

Fayetteville, NC

76

75

151

8

Matthew Blood

Durham, NC

76

76

152

T9

Dan Pearce

Hampstead , NC

76

77

153

T9

Devin Cassas

Cary, NC

77

76

153

11

Stephen McAdams

Raleigh, NC

75

82

157

12

Jerry Fatkin

Oak Island, NC

77

82

159

Men C Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Tyler McSwain

Raleigh, NC

79

68

147

2

Brian Harpster

Raeford, NC

78

70

148

3

Greg Matthews

Charlotte, NC

81

68

149

T4

Aaron Babson

Holly Springs, NC

78

74

152

T4

Michael Phan

Cary, NC

80

72

152

6

Mark Dey

York, SC

81

72

153

7

Derek Gottlich

Wake Forest , NC

78

76

154

8

Heng Neng Hong

Columbia, SC

78

79

157

9

Byron Huff

Chapel Hill, NC

80

81

161

10

Jeff Johnson

Charlotte, NC

80

82

162

Men D Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Gavin Wilkinson

Rock Hill, SC

84

70

154

T2

Aaron Fitt

Durham, NC

82

78

160

T2

Tony Chen

Columbia, SC

87

73

160

4

Will Christoph

Charlotte, NC

88

75

163

5

Jason Deans

Raleigh, NC

82

85

167

6

Matthew Johnson

Raleigh, NC

83

86

169

7

Travis Justus

Greer, SC

86

86

172

8

Ricky Meinhold

Hartsville, SC

90

90

180

9

Matthew Corey

Charlotte, NC

96

86

182

WD

Jim Marra

Aiken, SC

85

WD

WD

Senior Men’s Division

Senior Men A Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Paul Callow

Charlotte, NC

69

68

137

2

Peter Pentony

Lillington, NC

69

70

139

3

Dennis Guerriero

Lexington, SC

70

70

140

T4

Mark Henline

Whitsett, NC

71

70

141

T4

Gary Davis

Rock hill, SC

71

70

141

T6

Dexter Barbee

Burlington, NC

72

71

143

T6

Tom Royston

Rock Hill, SC

74

69

143

8

Randy McKinney

Reidsville, NC

73

71

144

9

Jeff McClaren

Cary, NC

74

73

147

10

William Wilkinson

Swansboro, NC

70

78

148

T11

Mark Nordin

Raleigh, NC

74

75

149

T11

Keith Thomas

Greensboro, NC

73

76

149

13

Chris Chambers

Fayetteville, NC

69

82

151

14

Rick Oyervides

Greer, SC

74

83

157

Senior Men B Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Charles Morgan

Fort Mill, SC

75

73

148

2

Walter Wysk

Myrtle Beach, SC

78

71

149

3

Dwight Davis

Pittsboro, NC

76

75

151

4

Johnny Adams

Cary, NC

79

75

154

5

Randy Kiser

Albemarle, NC

75

80

155

T6

Ed Luczak

Rock Hill, SC

78

78

156

T6

Stephen Huff

Matthews, NC

82

74

156

8

Frank Trzcinski

Sumter, SC

75

82

157

9

John Atkinson

Camden, SC

78

80

158

10

Earl Bottorff

Raleigh, NC

85

75

160

11

Robert Lynch

Raleigh, NC

82

80

162

T12

Robert Smith

Cary, NC

85

80

165

T12

Doug Simmons

Charlotte, NC

88

77

165

14

Michael Herman

Charlotte, NC

80

86

166


Super Senior Men’s Division

Super Senior Men A Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Tony Parker

Claremont, NC

72

67

139

2

Tom Colli

Rock Hill, SC

75

66

141

T3

Robert Wilson

Rock Hill, SC

71

71

142

T3

David Harrison

Yadkinville, NC

73

69

142

T5

Joe Collins

Greensboro, NC

73

76

149

T5

King Carter

Charlotte, NC

74

75

149

7

Michael Burdick

McLeansville, NC

72

80

152

8

Jeff Heath

Clinton, NC

73

80

153

9

Chip Stone

Raleigh, NC

72

82

154

10

Glenn Reynolds

Fort Mill, SC

75

84

159

WD

Andrew Sapp

Wake Forest, NC

71

WD

WD

Super Senior Men B Flight

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Mitchell Jordan

Myrtle Beach, SC

77

72

149

2

Bob McQueen

Fayetteville, NC

80

70

150

3

Michael Monroe

Saint Pauls, NC

76

76

152

T4

Marshall Stuart

Easley, SC

78

75

153

T4

Victor Mcphee

Charlotte, NC

80

73

153

6

Steve Piner

Beaufort, NC

78

76

154

T7

John Riordan

Southport, NC

77

81

158

T7

Richard Farrington

Burlington, NC

78

80

158

T9

Jerry Bitzenhofer

Raleigh, NC

80

79

159

T9

Ricky Karim

York, SC

85

74

159

11

Curtis Miel

Murrells Inlet, SC

81

81

162


Women’s Division

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Maggie Collins

Greensboro, NC

69

73

142

2

Megan Britt

Benson, NC

87

72

159

3

Cindy Fahey

Apex, NC

81

88

169


Women’s Senior Division

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Mary Jones

Simpsonville, SC

79

70

149

2

Seong Simmons

Charlotte, NC

80

76

156

3

Paula Smith

Cary, NC

72

86

158

4

Patti Trzcinski

Sumter, SC

81

81

162

Women’s Super Senior Division

Pos.

Player

City, State

R1

R2

Total Net

1

Doris Fisher

Simpsonville, SC

73

71

144

2

Betty Reynolds

Fort Mill, SC

75

74

149

3

Jane Webb

Anderson, SC

82

76

158

4

Jayne Karim

York, SC

85

76

161

 

About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls’ Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas’ golf initiatives including junior and women’s programs.

For more information about the CGA, visit our website.

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CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION

 

Event: 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship
Host Site: Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3), Pinehurst, NC

Playing Dates: November 11-12, 2017

7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship

First Round Results

PINEHURST, NC (November 11, 2017) — First round results of the 7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship at Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3) in Pinehurst, NC on Saturday, November 11, 2017 (Par 33-35–68).

 

Related: Championship Web Site | Starting Times | Scoring | Championship History | Photos

Players had to battle more than the course as blustery and cold conditions swept through the Sandhills Saturday. Michael Lee from Raleigh, NC leads the Men’s Division after carding net scores of two-under par, 66.  Peter Pentony of Lillington, NC, Paul Callow of Charlotte, NC and Chris Chambers of Fayetteville, NC lead the Senior Men’s Division behind net scores of one-over par net, 69. Robert Wilson of Rock Hill, SC and Andrew Sapp of Wake Forest, NC lead the Super Senior Men’s Division with scores of three-over par 71.

In the Women’s Division Maggie Collins of Greensboro, NC leads with a one-par 69.  Paula Smith of Cary, NC leads the Senior Women’s Division with a four-over par 72. Doris Fisher of Simpsonville, SC leads in the Super Senior Women’s Division after a first round net score of five-over par 73.

The Carolinas Net Amateur Championship is played at 36 holes of net stroke play using 100% of player’s course handicaps. Players will be placed into flights within their division for the final round.  All players will tee off at 10:00am in a shotgun start on Sunday morning.

The Carolinas Net Amateur Championship is run concurrently by the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA), South Carolina Golf Association (SCGA) and Women’s South Carolina Golf Association (WSCGA).

Scoring will be provided by the CGA throughout the championship. Live updates will also be available on the CGA’s official Twitter account, @cgagolf1909. Continue to visit the CGA website throughout this championship and all year long for complete championship coverage including scores, interviews, photos, and recaps.

7th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship
Pinehurst Country Club (No. 3), Pinehurst, NC
First Round Net Results

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par Net

R1

Men

 

 

1

Michael Lee

Raleigh, NC

-2

66

2

John Clark

Foxfire Village, NC

+2

70

2

Paul Davis

Raleigh, NC

+2

70

4

Glen Pounds

Rock Hill, SC

+3

71

4

Scott Tarcy

Fort Mill, SC

+3

71

4

Phil Pfeiffer

Myrtle Beach, SC

+3

71

7

Patrick Piner

Beaufort, NC

+4

72

7

Alan Ryder

Aiken, SC

+4

72

7

Joey Todd

Bladenboro, NC

+4

72

10

Damian Rouse

Wake Forest, NC

+5

73

10

Craig Schiffmacher

Pinehurst, NC

+5

73

12

Joe Tucker

Lyman, SC

+6

74

12

Mark Howerton

Fort Mill, SC

+6

74

14

Sergio Rivera

Fayetteville, NC

+7

75

14

Charlie Gardner

Fayetteville, NC

+7

75

14

Sam Lin

Simpsonville, SC

+7

75

14

Stephen McAdams

Raleigh, NC

+7

75

14

Brandon Britt

Benson, NC

+7

75

19

Dan Pearce

Hampstead , NC

+8

76

19

Rudy Canales

Fayetteville, NC

+8

76

19

Matthew Blood

Durham, NC

+8

76

19

Rob Sweeney

Chapel Hill, NC

+8

76

23

Derrick Oyervides

Greer, SC

+9

77

23

Devin Cassas

Cary, NC

+9

77

23

Jerry Fatkin

Oak Island, NC

+9

77

26

Aaron Babson

Holly Springs, NC

+10

78

26

Brian Harpster

Raeford, NC

+10

78

26

Heng Neng Hong

Columbia, SC

+10

78

26

Derek Gottlich

Wake Forest , NC

+10

78

30

Tyler McSwain

Raleigh, NC

+11

79

31

Jeff Johnson

Charlotte, NC

+12

80

31

Byron Huff

Chapel Hill, NC

+12

80

31

Michael Phan

Cary, NC

+12

80

34

Greg Matthews

Charlotte, NC

+13

81

34

Mark Dey

York, SC

+13

81

36

Aaron Fitt

Durham, NC

+14

82

36

Jason Deans

Raleigh, NC

+14

82

38

Matthew Johnson

Raleigh, NC

+15

83

39

Gavin Wilkinson

Rock Hill, SC

+16

84

40

Jim Marra

Aiken, SC

+17

85

41

Travis Justus

Greer, SC

+18

86

42

Tony Chen

Columbia, SC

+19

87

43

Will Christoph

Charlotte, NC

+20

88

44

Ricky Meinhold

Hartsville, SC

+22

90

45

Matthew Corey

Charlotte, NC

+28

96

Women

1

Maggie Collins

Greensboro, NC

+1

69

2

Cindy Fahey

Apex, NC

+13

81

3

Megan Britt

Benson, NC

+19

87

Senior Men

 

 

1

Peter Pentony

Lillington, NC

+1

69

1

Paul Callow

Charlotte, NC

+1

69

1

Chris Chambers

Fayetteville, NC

+1

69

4

Dennis Guerriero

Lexington, SC

+2

70

4

William Wilkinson

Swansboro, NC

+2

70

6

Gary Davis

Rock hill, SC

+3

71

6

Mark Henline

Whitsett, NC

+3

71

8

Dexter Barbee

Burlington, NC

+4

72

9

Keith Thomas

Greensboro, NC

+5

73

9

Randy McKinney

Reidsville, NC

+5

73

11

Tom Royston

Rock Hill, SC

+6

74

11

Jeff McClaren

Cary, NC

+6

74

11

Mark Nordin

Raleigh, NC

+6

74

11

Rick Oyervides

Greer, SC

+6

74

15

Charles Morgan

Fort Mill, SC

+7

75

15

Frank Trzcinski

Sumter, SC

+7

75

15

Randy Kiser

Albemarle, NC

+7

75

18

Dwight Davis

Pittsboro, NC

+8

76

19

Ed Luczak

Rock Hill, SC

+10

78

19

Walter Wysk

Myrtle Beach, SC

+10

78

19

John Atkinson

Camden, SC

+10

78

22

Johnny Adams

Cary, NC

+11

79

23

Michael Herman

Charlotte, NC

+12

80

24

Robert Lynch

Raleigh, NC

+14

82

24

Stephen Huff

Matthews, NC

+14

82

26

Robert Smith

Cary, NC

+17

85

26

Earl Bottorff

Raleigh, NC

+17

85

28

Doug Simmons

Charlotte, NC

+20

88

Charles Goode

Spartanburg, SC

WD

Tony Robison

Southern Pines, NC

WD

Senior Women

1

Paula Smith

Cary, NC

+4

72

2

Mary Jones

Simpsonville, SC

+11

79

3

Seong Simmons

Charlotte, NC

+12

80

4

Patti Trzcinski

Sumter, SC

+13

81

Super Senior Men

1

Robert Wilson

Rock Hill, SC

+3

71

1

Andrew Sapp

Wake Forest, NC

+3

71

3

Chip Stone

Raleigh, NC

+4

72

3

Michael Burdick

McLeansville, NC

+4

72

3

Tony Parker

Claremont, NC

+4

72

6

David Harrison

Yadkinville, NC

+5

73

6

Jeff Heath

Clinton, NC

+5

73

6

Joe Collins

Greensboro, NC

+5

73

9

King Carter

Charlotte, NC

+6

74

10

Glenn Reynolds

Fort Mill, SC

+7

75

10

Tom Colli

Rock Hill, SC

+7

75

12

Michael Monroe

Saint Pauls, NC

+8

76

13

John Riordan

Southport, NC

+9

77

13

Mitchell Jordan

Myrtle Beach, SC

+9

77

15

Marshall Stuart

Easley, SC

+10

78

15

Steve Piner

Beaufort, NC

+10

78

15

Richard Farrington

Burlington, NC

+10

78

18

Victor Mcphee

Charlotte, NC

+12

80

18

Jerry Bitzenhofer

Raleigh, NC

+12

80

18

Bob McQueen

Fayetteville, NC

+12

80

21

Curtis Miel

Murrells Inlet, SC

+13

81

22

Ricky Karim

York, SC

+17

85

Super Senior Women

1

Doris Fisher

Simpsonville, SC

+5

73

2

Betty Reynolds

Fort Mill, SC

+7

75

3

Jane Webb

Anderson, SC

+14

82

4

Jayne Karim

York, SC

+17

85

About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)

The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.

The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas GolfMagazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls’ Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas’ golf initiatives including junior and women’s programs.

For more information about the CGA, visit our website.

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We will be Aerating our Greens Aug. 7th and Aug. 8th. We will be open, however our greens will be effected through the week.

 

Thanks,

Scothurst Management