Local golf results

  • Friday, February 14, 2014

Provided photo Tradition’s Gold Tees Golf Association held its annual Two-Man Match Play Tournament followed by a chili and beer lunch earlier this month.

Pawleys Plantation: Men's results Feb. 10

The game was two low net per team. Larry Judge was the medalist with a low gross score of 80.

First, Chuck Muravnick, Bill Curtis, Bacil Dickert, Dick Haney -22; second, Larry Judge, Brian Haas, Chuck Prince, Dennis Wahl -21; third, Gene Nemeth, Jerry Goodrich, Tony Parks, Marshall Coulter -17.

Closest to the pin: Tom Hood on three at 33 feet, 3 inches and 17 at 15 feet, 2 inches; Paul Amthauer on seven at 3 feet, 1 inch; George Koerner on 13 at 10 feet, 1 inch.

Tradition: Men's results Feb. 10

The format was two low nets, one from each cart.

First, Dick Baughman, Paul Hayes, Al Carline, Dale Guzlas -19; Dave Gould, Bud Knittel, Hugh Espey, Jim Davis -16; third, Vinnie Esposito, Tom Strasser, George Baker, Marion Culpper -14; fourth, John Reed, John McLaughlin, Bill Renault, Ron Eaglin -13.

Closest to the pin: John Melzer on two, Graig Monaghan on five, Marion Culpepper on 12, Baughman on 15.

Low gross: Dick Pacella 74.

Low net: Don McDowell 90-22=68; Jim Lewis 86-18=68.

Tradition: Men's results Feb. 5

The Gold Tees Golf Association held its annual Two-Man Match Play Tournament followed by Chef Debbie's award winning chili with noodles and beer.

There were 14 teams that comprised the Bears or Patriots teams, and the Bears won 78 to 48.

Team captains Dale Guzlas of the Bears and John McLaughlin of the Patriots welcomed all players to the match and chili feast and everyone had a good time.

Tradition: Men's results Feb. 4

The format was two-man match play (better half of twosome).

Ron Mokrynka and Eric Muller halved with Craig Monaghan and Dick Pacella. Bud Knittel and Tom Strasser won 2 up over Paul Hayes and Frank D'Amato. John McLaughlin and Ed Sheldon defeated Dan Goodell and Dick Culver 3 up. Wes Benefield and Hugh Espey defeated Bob Caufield and Jim Lewis 1 up. Frank Gambeski and Jim Conway halved their match with George Baker and Frank Hawkins. Al Britsch and Marion Culpepper halved with Phil Fleiss and Bill Renault. John Melzer and Jim Davis won over Al Carline and Ron Eaglin up 4&3. Bud Phillips and Vinnie Esposito won over Dick Baughman and Dave Gould up 2&1

Closest to the pin: Esposito on two, McLaughlin on five, Fleiss on 12, Phillips on 15.

Pawleys Plantation: Men's results Feb. 3

Seventy-two members and friends participated in a Texas Scramble in a memorial tribute to Larry “Double Ace” Kolman.

Kolman, the former president of the men's group, passed away Dec. 17. Donations were collected and presented to Nancy Kolman for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Family Justice Center of Georgetown.

Kolman was a true friend to all and his fun spirit, good humor, and signature pony tail have been sorely missed by his playing partners.

When the Texas Scramble was completed, a luncheon was held at the club in his honor to reminisce and recall the many Larry stories that will live on. Kolman was always proud to have aced the island green 13th hole at Pawleys twice. Therefore, after the luncheon everyone reassembled by the 13th green.

Gil Goldsmith, Kolman's successor as the men's group p0resident, gave a short eulogy followed by the playing of Taps. Special commemorative tee shots out into the marsh were then made by Warner Cole, Betsy and Gene Nemeth and former Pawleys head pro, Riley Kinlaw.

Heritage: Men's results Feb. 1

The Weekend Warriors played team quota at International Club.

First, John Manbeck, Pat Bell, Frank Baker, Steve Lowe +10; second, John Briggs, Ken Graham, Louis Adams +8; third, Emerson Treffer, Dick Orr, Greg Youngman, Tim Crompton +6; fourth, Jim Vega, Don Rowland, Ross Lenhart, Regis Milan +1.

Low gross: men's tees, Briggs 80; senior tees, Bob D'Alessandro 87.

Most over quota: first, Graham +7; second, Orr and Manbeck +5.

Closest to the pin: D'Alessandro on three; Orr on 14.

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