TRIAD Fall 2018

Page 1

Fall 2018


Great Scott

An Epic Battle With Tiger

Also Inside: Winning Wyndham • Tanglewood • Architect Spotlight

You’re Almost Home ...20 minutes from anywhere in the Triad


Saturday & Sunday After Noon Ride & $ Play 18 Holes A NNIVERS


AR Y *Cash price only

Olde Homeplace Golf Club 4295 Wallburg Road Winston-Salem, NC 27107

336-769-1076 2





Area Insider – by David Droschak

State Record Falls he Reagan women’s golf team broke a state high school record in late August with a three-player score of 101 at Pine Knolls Golf Club in Kernersville.

Sasha Hayes


$1,000 Hole-in-one

Senior Sasha Hayes carded a 32, while freshman Morgan Ketchum shot 33 and senior Mary Slade a 36 to break the state record. The previous mark of 102 was set by Ardrey Kell in October 2010 at Providence Country Club in Charlotte. “Our players have worked very hard in the last year to improve,” said head coach Jay Allred, who is in his 12th season at the Pfafftown school. “We have 12 girls on the team now and it looks as though our top-5 will be all-conference.” Allred has built a deep Reagan program, which will be gunning for its 10th straight conference title. “Our top-3 players rolled in with 32-33-36 making it a 101, so I was like it would be nice to break a hundred,” Allred said of the special day in Reagan golfing history. “I was sitting there waiting for the rest to finish, so I looked up the state record and it was 102. Our players seem to be playing more relaxed and I am hoping that will carry on the rest of the season.” In addition to conference dominance, the Raiders have won the last three Western Regional titles and have finished as high as second in the state championship.

f you record a hole-in-one on the 13th hole at Stonewall Golf Course a grand awaits you – along with a video to show off to your golfing buddies. The Stokes County golf course has partnered with Chicago-based Swing King to offer $1,000 to any golfer who aces the 13th hole, which measures 183 yards from the tips. The offer also holds for the course’s unique disc golf experience. The disc hole measures up to 327 feet. “The only hole-in-one that has ever happened on the disc golf course (which opened in 2016) was on that particular hole last year,” said course owner Rick Regan. “As far as ball golf, I’ve been here for 10 years and there have been numerous holein-ones on No. 13.” Swing King, which bills itself as a company “powered by digital golf technologies” installs the video system at various courses across the country to record the aces. The cameras at Stonewall are motion activated and are aimed at the tee box, disc basket and green. “A $1,000 can be spent very quickly but the video of you getting the hole in one lasts forever,” Regan said. Regan believes Stonewall is the first course in North Carolina to provide the $1,000 payout, saying there is no extra charge or fee for golfers to be entered.

(336) 623-4100

Highway 14 • Eden, NC

Your contacts for golf: Jay Allred, Publisher Phone: 336-924-1619 E-mail: U.S. Mail: P.O. Box 11784, Winston-Salem, NC 27116


421 Country Club Dr., Asheboro


An Asheboro Cultural & Recreation Facility

David Droschak, Editor Phone: 919-630-6656 • E-mail: U.S. Mail: 5448 Apex Peakway, #306 Apex, NC 27502 Steve Williams, Associate editor for college golf, scoreboards & aces. Phone: 336-280-3722 • E-mail:

Triad Golf Today, published nine times a year, serves the Piedmont/Triad region of North Carolina and the Southside region of Virginia. While our information is gathered from dependable sources, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. We do not accept responsibility for the validity of our advertisers. All rights reserved. Reproduction or use of our materials without written consent is prohibited. Triad Golf Today and are trademarks owned by Piedmont Golf Today, Inc. © 2018.

NEXT ISSUE: November 13 On the Cover: Winston-Salem resident Steve Scott battled Tiger Woods in the 1996 U.S. Amateur. Photo by David Droschak

Get fitted for NEW






(All rates are non-resident rates)

Volume 25 • No. 8

TS Series for 2019 In Stock Now!!

➥ on Gripping & Club Repair.

Ride and Play 18 Any Day ������������������������������������������������������$25 WALKING Any Day ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������$10

FALL 2018

NEW Celebratin 34 YEARSg

You’re Invited to Play a 1935 Donald Ross Classic

Two time



i500 IRON

clubfitter of the year award winner.


Close out your Tournament Season by Playing in the 24th Annual

Holly Ridge Club Championship

2-day individual stroke play championship hosted by the Holly Ridge Golf Association

October 20th & 21st, 2018 Tournament is open to all Holly Ridge Golf Association Members (anyone can join our association for a fee of just $30) • All players receive multiple welcoming gifts at 1st Tee of First Round • All players receive meal after final round on Sunday • Field flighted after first round

• Senior Division open to players 60 years of age and over • Entry Fee – $150 • Opening Round Preferred Groupings allowed – tee times from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • Final Round Double Tee off 1 and 10 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Defending Champion - Colton Sapp Marc Cox - 1997, 1999, 2005 Andy Routh - 2007, 2010 Josh Turner - 2000, 2011 Gary Pugh - 2012, 2016

Nick Lewis - 2002, 2009 Gary Zachary - 1996, 2006 Anthony Baker - 2008, 2015 Bill Clodfelter - 2001, 2003 Nick Cromer - 2014

Bryan Colquitt - 2013 Kevin Brown - 2004 Todd Hunsucker - 1998 Tom Wright - 1995

7933 US Hwy. 311, Archdale, NC • • 336-861-4653



Scott took Tiger to the limit



ew people remember the losers in golf. Who finished runner-up at the 2013 U.S. Open or the 2016 Masters? Who knows, and to be blunt, who really cares? Winning is everything in golf, hoisting the trophy, soaking in the march up the 18th fairway with the tournament in hand and the crowd cheering is exhilarating. Through history, finishing second is worth noting for only a few in the game, and that distinction is usually reserved for players who “blew the lead” in a major or for a golfing risk-taker like British Open disaster Jean van de Velde. Except if your name is Steve Scott. Scott, a former three-time AllAmerican at the University of Florida, recorded one of the most memorable runner-up finishes in golf history, taking a 20-year-old Tiger Woods to the limit and then some in the 1996 U.S. Amateur final match, falling on the 38th hole as Woods captured his third straight championship. “It is something that I’ve always felt was a badge of honor that somebody with my lesser physical abilities was able to hang with a guy like that for as long as I did, and I gave him one of the best runs anybody ever has,” Scott said. “I can certainly hold my head high that I forced him to throw everything at me but the kitchen sink, and maybe including the kitchen sink. If I didn’t want to talk about it I wouldn’t be in the golf business or I wouldn’t be playing golf, I would be holed up in some cubical without any windows. “It was a cool day in golf history, and if you think of the odds of me being the guy to stop that history of three U.S. Amateurs in a row, well the odds would be overwhelmingly against me. I got a lot more traction out of finishing second than most people ever do. A lot of great things came out of it.” While Woods has gone on to win 80 PGA Tour events, the 41-year-old Scott never really hit the golfing big-time despite rising to the No. 1 amateur ranking in the world in 1999. He played six professional journeyman seasons, three of which were logged on the Canadian Tour. 6


Then after spending almost a decade as a club professional in New Jersey and New York, Scott moved to WinstonSalem before Christmas last year to be closer to the in-laws, accepting a position as the head golf pro of The Outpost Club, which is an invitation-only, national golf society in the United States. Modeled after historic golf societies in Great Britain, it does not own a course but members can play more than 70 events each year at top 100 courses around the world. Scott is upbeat these days, and with good reason. In his first season playing in the ultra competitive Carolinas PGA section, he won the CPGA Head Professional Championship in March and the CPGA Professional Championship in August. In between those two wins, he finished tied for fourth in the South Carolina Open and sixth in the Carolinas Open as the Section Player of the Year award awaits Scott. Scott’s first CPGA win qualified him for the RBC Heritage, his first PGA Tour event in 13 years. “It is still a circus out there -- in a good way,” Scott said. “It is a different arena to play golf in and you have to get back into that rhythm. On the Wednesday right before the RBC I guess I made a mistake, but it was kind of cool. I ended up hitting balls next to Bryson DeChambeau. He was on his Bluetooth headset hitting golf balls and talking to somebody about his spin rate and launch angles and I was kind of listening to what he had to say, and maybe I won’t do that again. It was interesting because he’s the mad scientist out there and he has a lot of things going on in his head. I don’t think that analytically out there. I’ve always played by feel and instinct.” Scott made just three PGA Tour cuts in 15 career events, earning less than $17,000, prior to his most recent brief return to the Tour. At the RBC heritage he shot 80 and 73 and missed yet another cut. Continued on page 7

Photos by David Droschak

Scott from page 6 Scott says his professional career was stunted by poor putting and a lack of distance off the tee. “I could fly it 270, and that’s pretty good, but not Tour good or trying to be one of the best in the world,” he said. “Amateur golf tended to lend itself to shorter golf courses at the time -- it was more of a wedge and putter contest, so not being the longest player in the world didn’t hurt me at the amateur level, which is why I had more success there, and the Canadian Tour was similar, not crazy long. “I am 5-foot-10, and I think the days of dominant golfers being less than 6 feet all are over,” he added. “You have to be 6-3 or 6-4, they all seem to be so tall now because you naturally create more club head speed. All these guys are flying the ball 300 yards plus.” While Scott has not been able to tap into any more distance as he reached his 40s, he has improved his putting drastically with his own putting grip invention, something he calls the Gator Clamp. “It is a combination how Bernhard Langer used to grip the club, clamping it to the forearm, but I turn my hand in an inverted position, kind of like Chris DiMarco holds the putter but I clamp it in there with that inverted hand,” Scott said. “It looks like a gator chomping on your arm a little bit. It has really worked for me and been so consistent. “About five years ago my game was not really very good. With the combination of changing jobs and having children my game went in the tank for awhile and honestly I would shoot in the upper 70s or low 80s,” he added. “So in 2013 I changed to this putting grip and rededicated myself to golf. Now, golf has become a lot more fun. I am competitive again.” Scott has played some tremendous golf in 2018 and is also heading up a new section of The Outpost Club called the Sliver Club Golfing Society. The name pays homage to the very first competition on record back in Scotland in 1744, where competitors played for a silver club and the winner’s name was put on the club. “It will be akin to some of the other amateur tours you see out there but it will be a membership driven society, based around competition, and we want to attract members with a 7.9 handicap index and below,” he said. “People love to play competition and we’re going to be staging on some really great courses like Bay Hill, Barton Creek, Point O’ Woods. We’re trying to create a network of some really good people and really good players to play great courses all around the country.” So after growing up in Florida and spending a good portion of time as a club pro in the Northeast, Scott appears to have found a comfortable home in the Tar Heel state. “It has all been good,” he said. “I am liking this part of the world a lot.”







A big-time boon for Wyndham Championship

With the changes to the PGA Tour Schedule the Wyndham Championship will see the top players and sold-out crowds for years to come.



he seismic reverberations following the mid-September announcement of the PGA Tour’s new “Wyndham Rewards Top 10” were felt immediately. The news was first shared at a media event before the Tour teed off its FedExCup Playoff finale at Atlanta’s East Lake Golf Club. Nearing the end of his annual state-of-the-Tour address, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan dropped a bombshell. With Bobby Long, chairman of the Piedmont Triad Charitable Foundation, and Steve Holmes, chairman of Wyndham Hotels and Wyndham Destinations sitting in the front row, Monahan announced that starting in 2019, the PGA Tour would join with Wyndham Rewards to sponsor the new, $10-million Wyndham Rewards Top 10. 10 TRIAD GOLF TODAY • FALL 2018

Through the program, the top-10 regular season finishers in FedExCup points after the Wyndham Championship — also sponsored by Wyndham Rewards — will reap some major financial benefits. The leader at the conclusion of the Wyndham Championship will earn $2 million, followed by $1.5 million for the runner-up, with decreasing amounts based on position from there. The 10thplace finisher will earn $500,000. “This is a significant and exciting change for the PGA Tour, our players, our partners and most importantly our fans,” Monahan said. The impact on Greensboro’s annual PGA Tour event at Sedgefield Country Club may be monumental. “This changes everything,” Long said. Strolling out of the East Lake clubhouse following the news conference,

longtime Wyndham Championship tournament director Mark Brazil was stopped by recent world No. 1 Justin Thomas. Thomas told Brazil that had the Wyndham Rewards Top 10 been in place in 2018, he would have come to Greensboro and played the Wyndham Championship. “(Thomas) was No. 3 (in the world) and he could have jumped up to No. 1,” Brazil said. “He said, ‘Look, that’s a lot of money. I would have come to Sedgefield and the Wyndham Championship to vie for that title.’” Brazil said Phil Mickelson had nothing but positive things to say. “(Mickelson) said, ‘You guys are going to get the Top 15 players or a lot of the Top 20 players to play your event now,’” Brazil said. “Everyone will come now.” The announcement, particularly with Wyndham as the title sponsor

Photo Courtesy of John Gillooly/Wyndham Championship.

of the regular-season championship, ensures the tournament at Sedgefield will remain the final event of the regular season, and enhances the event and Wyndham in the eyes of the PGA Tour. In recent years, many of the topranked players skipped the Wyndham to prepare for the playoffs. The announcement likely means many more of the top players will come to Greensboro. “There are so many things that we will benefit from, especially a better field,” Brazil said. “At our tournament, players are going to want to jump into the Top 10 and improve their ranking inside the Top 10.” In addition, beginning next season, the FedExCup Playoffs have been reduced from four events to three. Designed to add a new layer of drama over the course of the regular season,

Continued on page 11

Wyndham from page 10



INSPIRED IT. Beneath the towering longleaf pines in the heart of North Carolina is a place where golf is much more than a game, it’s a way of life. A place with more courses than days of the week. And more championships than anywhere in America. The place is Pinehurst. And it’s waiting for you.

Fa l l G o l f Pa c ka g es f ro m $ 4 32* Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina • 844.847.8937 • * Rate is per person, per night based on double occupancy. Valid 9.6 – 10.31.18. Subject to tax and resort service fee. $195 premium for Pinehurst No. 2.

© 2018 Pinehurst, LLC

the streamlined format puts greater emphasis on entering the playoffs with a high ranking. Next year’s 80th Wyndham Championship will be moved up two weeks to Aug. 1-4 — two weeks after the British Open, with a World Golf Championship tournament and an adjacent minor tournament the week before. Monahan’s announcement was complemented with the introduction of a simplified, strokes-based scoring system for the Tour Championship beginning next season, and the doubling of the total FedExCup bonus pool available to players, which now totals $70 million, inclusive of the prize money from the Wyndham Rewards Top 10. The Wyndham Rewards Top 10 — along with a new playoff schedule, points system and a combined winner of both the FedEx Cup championship and the Tour Championship — has drastically altered how seasons will conclude. “Win the Tour Championship and you are the FedExCup champion — it’s that simple,” Monahan said. “We have no doubt it will create a compelling, dramatic conclusion for the Tour’s ultimate prize.” Lastly, each player in the top 10 will be invited into Wyndham Rewards at its most exclusive Diamond level. Wyndham Rewards is the world’s most generous guest rewards program spanning more than 25,000 hotels, club resorts, affiliated resorts and vacation rentals. Wyndham has been a sponsor of the Wyndham Championship since 2007. Yet, 2018’s event marked the first year that Wyndham Rewards took the role of title sponsor following the split of Wyndham Worldwide into two separate public companies earlier this year — Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest hotel franchise company and Wyndham Destinations, the world’s largest vacation ownership and exchange company and North America’s largest professionally managed rental business. “We’re thrilled with these changes. It’s been a long time coming,” Monahan said. “You take these changes and you combine them with the new and improved schedule and we think this is a significant step forward for the PGA Tour.” Not to mention, a big-time boon for the Wyndham Championship.



Tanglewood Championship Course set to reopen October 20th



few weeks prior to its grand reopening, the freshly restored Championship Course at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons survived its first big test. Hurricane Florence dumped about five inches of rain on the Triad in two days. The Championship Course’s new bunker complexes passed with flying colors. “There was no water in any of the bunkers. It was unbelievable,” said longtime Tanglewood director of golf Mike Wilcox. “There wasn’t even washout in the bunkers where they’ve already put in sand.” The Championship Course’s highly anticipated reopening is now slated for October 20, 2018, according to Wilcox. He said the ribbon cutting was a couple of weeks behind schedule due to Florence and other weather-related issues. Tanglewood’s bunkers were rebuilt using the “Better Billy Bunker System” popularized during Billy Fuller’s tenure as golf course superintendent at Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters.



Originally known as the Enhanced Bunker Drainage Method, the primary purpose behind this specification was to minimize sand erosion and contamination from native soils during heavy rainstorms. The chief features of Better Billy bunkers are a two-inch gravel layer applied over the bunker floor and herringbone tile system capped with a geo-textile liner. The gravel serves as a conduit for water to transfer down the bunker floor slopes into the tile pipe system, greatly reducing if not eliminating sand movement. The liner secures the gravel blanket and prevents native soils underneath from contaminating the preferred bunker sand that was installed overtop the liner. This method also consistently reduces manpower requirements in bunkers following rainstorms by 80 percent or more. In addition, the restoration work eliminated a number of the Championship Course’s 99 bunkers that were superfluous, reducing the total to 78 — a reduction of nearly 50 percent in square footage. “It’s going to be fantastic,” Wilcox said. “We’ll have new bunkers and new greens on a golf course

Photos by David Droschak

that is such a great layout anyway. The green complexes are so good here; they’re so unique. It’s going to enhance the entire Tanglewood experience. “We didn’t want to change the integrity of the original Robert Trent Jones design,” Wilcox added. “The goal was to keep the teeth in the course but make it more playable for the average golfer.” The Championship Course’s Wall of Fame through the years is an impressive; A Who’s Who of some of history’s greatest golfers. Lee Trevino captured the PGA Championship at Tanglewood in 1974, holding off Jack Nicklaus and 62-year-old Sam Snead. Trevino also captured the Vantage Championship — the Champions Tour’s first million-dollar purse — on the Championship Course. Hale Irwin won a pair of Vantage Championships, while other winners included Gary Player, Larry Nelson, Jim Colbert and Al Geiberger. The Vantage Championship was contested at Tanglewood from 1987-2002. The tournament was supposed to end in 2001, but it was cancelled that year when it fell on the same week as 9/11.

Continued on page 13

Tanglewood from page 12 Tournament sponsor RJR said it was not going to allow such a prestigious event to end in such a tragic manner. “Reynolds agreed to come back and do it one more year,” Wilcox said. “It was pretty cool of them to step up. They said, ‘we’re going to come back and do it again right one more time.’” Billy Mayfair also won the USGA’s U.S. Amateur Public Links at Tanglewood in 1986. Scott Hoch captured the North Carolina Amateur there in 1976, while Lanny Wadkins was medalist in a 1971 PGA Tour Regional Qualifier at Tanglewood. “We’ve had some really nice events here,” said Wilcox, who has been at Tanglewood since 1990. Wadsworth Golf Construction Co. of Plainfield, Ill., was awarded a $2.4 million contract for the Tanglewood work— the first of four payouts from a $15 million bond referendum for Forsyth County Parks and Recreation approved by voters in November 2016. The money for the parks and recreation work is part of a $430 million total bond package. Tanglewood’s other two courses – The Reynolds and the Par 3 – have remained open while work was performed on the Championship Course. Pinehurst architect Richard Mandell, who oversaw

the Championship Course project, is currently creating a master plan for the Reynolds Course, along with the Par-3 Course and adjoining driving range. The Championship Course’s greens have been converted to Champion Bermuda grass, along with tree removal and irrigation upgrades. “It had a lot of dramatic bones,” Mandell said. “Now, it’s got that back.” Before work began, as he does on all his projects, Mandell headed a series of four complete course walk-throughs with Wilcox and superintendent Lee

Barefoot, as well as other regular golfers and staff. Their input led to numerous subtle touches such as the removal of several bunkers behind green complexes, easing the approach shot demands. “I wanted to know anything and everything (those who know the course best) think about, from property line to property line as far as strategy, playability and aesthetics,” Mandell said. “All my design work in the last 25 years is better because I embraced input from the end user.”



THREE ROUNDS. THREE NIGHTS. ONE AMAZING EXPERIENCE. Bring your group of 12 or more to stay and play where the pros play.

Starting at



per golfer/per night

Presented by Boeing

GROUP GOLF PACKAGE INCLUDES: • Three rounds on Harbour Town Golf Links, Heron Point by Pete Dye and NGCOA’s National Course of the Year Award winner, Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III • Three nights deluxe villa accommodations • Complimentary gift card • Group organizer plays free!


Contact Chris Beck, Director of Golf Sales | (843) 842-1488 |


TRIAD GOLF TODAY •1 FALL 2018 14TSPR-Triad-SEP18.indd 10/1/18 2:50 PM



Primland 866-960-7746


Hwy. 65

Long Creek GC


Old Beau 363-3333

North Carolina



Silo Run Cedarbrook (SP) Golf Club 9 835-2320 367-3133 Beaver Creek Tee Time Golf 18 374-5670 835-1107

Cross Creek CC 789-5131 Pilot Knob 368-2828 Stonewall 18 591-4653




774-1280 Country Club 774-1280

Forsyth CC


801 158 36 Tanglewood

703-6420 18 Salem Glen 712-1010


Pine Knolls 993-8300

68 18

Golf Academy & Practice Center 605-0052

Winston Lake 727-2703


Carolina Golf Mart 704-639-0011 CC of Salisbury

The Golf Shop 704-633-0333

- - 1,9ÊUÊ704-639-0011ÊUÊ


54091 Blk/Wh

HYPERFLEX 51036 Grey


Kelly’s Golf 540-1452 Reynolds Park River Landing 9 650-7660 ★Modern 668-1171 Starmo Infiniti Armory Golf Center N.C. Golf 40 Gillesp 724-5456 Academy B40 373-5 841-6939 18 Heather Hills 448-0812 18 311 Smiley’s Oak Hollow 765-7733 883-3260 Sedgefie ★Modern Infiniti 109 Grandov Jamestown Park 36 18 Modern Toyota ★ 294-180 454-4912 Meadowlands 18 Olde Homeplace 769-1076 18 769-1011 68 Wilshire High Point CC 18 Blair Park 788-7016 85 Willow Creek 7 883-3497 High Point CC Thomasville Emerywood Winding Creek 18 High Point 52 475-5580





Hit and Run Driving Range 357-5381


Lexington G.C. 248-3950

Colonial CC


Corbin Hills 704-636-0672 18 McCanless 704-637-1235






Saturday Clinics

Open to Everyone 11 a.m. to noon

Holly Ridge 861-4653


Asheboro CC 800-697-2143


Weather Permitting





per clinic


(includes range balls)

890 W. Ritchie Road, Just off I-85. Take exit 74 (Julian Road). Turn left off ramp, go 1/8 mile and take left on W. Ritchie Road, which dead ends in our parking lot.

Tillery Tradition CC 910-439-5578


Densons Creek 910-576-1487

As Mu 62


Tot Hill Farm 336-857-4455

Driving Range s Chipping Greens s Putting Greens s Sand Trap 16 TRIAD GOLF TODAY t '"--


Kernersville Golf Center 993-GOLF


Lexington 29 70

Sapona Ridge CC

Carolina Golf Mart Practice Center Your Discount Golf Center


Pleasant Ridge 668-7107




Iron Play 18 644-7991 Precisio 510-4 9 Bur-Mil 373-3 Greensboro C


601 Crescent 18 704-647-0025





54097 Blk/Wh

Riverview 548-6908

Kernersville Rick Murphy






Old Town CC


Rock Barn 828-459-1125

Deep Springs 336-427-0950

Greensboro Nat 342-1113

RA’s Golf 924-9442


Bermuda Run Bermuda Run West Oak Valley 18 940-2000


Eagle Hills 573-9025 Dan Valley 548-6808


Hemlock 591-7934


421 Pudding Ridge 940-4653



Maple Chase G&CC 767-2941

Supreme Golf


Hillside Driving Range 336-552-5349

Chatmo Forest Pa 276-632-17


Hardy’s Golf 789-7888



89 18

Beaver Hill 276-632-1526


Farris Park Golf Center 427-4400


Yadkin CC (SP) 679-8590



Mini-Par Driving Range 276-957-4085

(Hwy. 67)

Reyolda Rd.

R.A.’s Golf

High Meadows 18 Stone Mountain 957-4422

54098 Black

Gordon Trent 276-694-3805


Located near Long Creek Golf Course & Wake Forest University.



From the Sun & Rain.

Old Town School

(336) 924-9442


Heritage 276-629-3242

Olde Mill 800-753-5005

BethaniaTobaccoville Rd.

Range Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday – 10:00 am to Dusk Saturday – 8:00 am to Dusk t Sunday – 1:00 pm-6:00 pm

You’re Covered



Cedars CC


oss ark 711

Lynrock GC 623-6110



Wolf Creek 349-7660




Caswell Pines Roxboro 336-694-2255 599-2332


Facilities are listed on the map below in Red Type


Crooked Tree 656-3211



119 18

Indian Valley 18 584-7871

Country Hills 375-8649 18

Alamance CC

70 B40


Randy’s Range 570-3996

Hunt Golf 524-6686



9 Holes Driving Range Golf Shop Business

All Area Codes Are 336 Unless Otherwise Noted.





9 Private Club (SP) Semi Private 36 Holes ★ 27 Holes 18 Holes

Shamrock 350-8002

Forest Oaks CC 674-2241




The Challenge 578-5070






40 85

Brookwood 449-5544

Highlighted courses & businesses have ads in this issue.


Quaker Mill Creek Creek 919-563-4653 578-5789


eld-Ross CC ver 00 40


Stoney Creek 449-5688





Greensboro CC-Irving Park

unt CC pie Park 5850


Bryan Park 375-2200


Sign up:

Monroeton 342-1043

29 18




Pennrose Park




Highway 14 Driving Range 18

Green’s Folley 1-800-337-4998





on Golf 4653 l Park 3801 CC-Farm

Ringgold 434-822-8728 Ray's Golf Shop 434-792-1116

Tuscarora Southern Hills 18 434-793-2582 Danville Danville




Tee To Green 623-4100 18 Oak Hills GC – 623-6381


Plantation 342-6191



Southwick 227-2582




Green Acres 498-2247

sheboro unicipal 25-4158

ewood CC

Siler City CC (SP) 919-742-3721



Chapel Ridge 919-545-2242

SUPER SPECIALS! 18 Holes With Cart

October 6 – Outreach Ministries

Monday-Thursday................$14 Tournament Friday ....................................$20 Seniors Friday .....................$16 October 13 – Annie Penn Hospital Foundation Breast Weekend ...............................$24 Cancer Tournament Seniors Weekend ................$20 Seniors 60 & over.

190 Club House Dr., Reidsville, NC 27320 s 336-342-6191 s (just off N.C. 14 between Reidsville & Eden) TRIAD GOLF TODAY t FALL 2018 17

Forsyth Country Club reopens with new greens



ris Spence worked on historic Forsyth Country Club about the same time he was doing the same to fellow Triad area layout Sedgefield Country Club, creating quite a Donald Ross return to form for both private clubs 12 years ago. The restoration project of the Ross design was the main focus back then for Forsyth as most of the original nuisances were lost over time, but Spence returned this year to coordinate several other course improvements, including a switch from bentgrass to bermudagrass on the greens and bunker remodeling. “We just had a member-guest and all the feedback has just been fantastic,” said Forsyth head pro John Faidley. The club reopened in mid September after being closed for the Spence work in July. “Forsyth had a pretty tough summer a few years back and that got them thinking about putting in bermudagrass greens, which as we all know now are at the highest performance level during the golf season,” Spence said. “They finally pulled the trigger this summer. “As with any golf course, once you do that you really have to look at the greens hard because some of the areas that may have been hole locations with bent greens may not be OK for the Champion Bermuda,” added the Greensboro-based architect. GreenScan 3D was hired to scan greens alongside Spence, and it was decided that some areas of the greens on Nos. 1, 6, 9 and 15, needed tweaking. “There were some hole locations where I had intentionally created 12 years ago, these really sort of treacherous little corners, you know when the club wanted to have a real high end tournament and they wanted ultra strategic hole locations. I put them at the upper end of the slope for the bentgrass, which is a little too high up for the bermuda,” he said. “Those four greens we took the sod off of and adjusted the greens prior to converting it over. No. 9 was the 18


The only real design change by Spence came on the par-3 14th hole. most comprehensive as we pretty much tweaked that whole two-tiered green. Once all that was done we reset the collars, which is pretty standard, to make sure the surface drainage is all good.” The ninth fairway was converted to Zoysia grass a few years ago, and Spence did the same to the first hole this time around. “And we tried to soften the bunkers a little bit right at the toe of the grass slopes,” he said. “Forsyth has these really bold and dynamic set of Ross bunkers and has some really authentic depth, with some bunkers out there 4-6 feet deep. They wanted new sand in there but they also went with the Better Billy Bunker system to enhance the drainage and enhance the performance of the bunkers.” The only real design change by Spence came on the par-3 14th hole. “There is a little pond short of the green that was a little closer to the

green than what I thought it should be and what Ross generally crossed water hazards,” Spence said. “It had an old railroad tie bulkhead wall that to me was not keeping with a 1920s golf course and I always wanted remove that wall and roll the grass down. But at the same time we needed to improve the pond’s overflow structure, so we rebuilt the dam, took the wall out and brought the distance between the green and the hazard closer to the tee and that way we could expand the approach of the green.” “It’s definitely a different hole,” Faidley said. “And taking some trees out around that hole also changed it visually. There is now a little bit of a wow factor.” Converting to bermuda greens, Spence was also charged with creating better sunlight around the putting surfaces.

Photo by David Droschak

“Taking out some trees really opened up some vistas and kind of gave the golf course a bigger look,” Faidley said. “That has been really well received.” “We probably took down as many as 50-60 trees,” added Spence. “And we created a brand new short game facility. The old short game facility I had previously designed was part of a short course concept, and they decided they weren’t going forward with that so we created a short game area that had more of a multi-directional use. The old one was basically two little par-3 holes that had they gone through with the original design would have been a par-3 course. But we doubled back and re-configured that short game area for a little better member use, a lot more variety. “It was time to do these projects,” added Spence. “Remember, golf courses are living, breathing items.”




See What People Are Raving About! 5,> */(47065 ),94<+(.9(:: .9,,5: c 5,> -; )<32/,(+ VU /VSL 5,> :8 -; 79(*;0*, 7<;;05. .9,,5 c 5,> 79(*;0*, )<52,9 PU :OVY[ .HTL (YLH

Membership Plans Range From Just $170-$180 Per Month! FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK

.63- /6<:, 96(+ , >/0;:,;; 5* ‹ ‹ >>> :;65,@*9,,2.63- *64 TRIAD GOLF TODAY • FALL 2018


Architect Spotlight

Richard Mandell stays busy during challenging industry times



inehurst-based golf course architect Richard Mandell has too much on his plate these days to stress about the challenges facing his industry. Despite new course construction plummeting during in the past decade, Mandell has remained a busy man. Since forming his company, Richard Mandell Golf Architecture in 1992, he has worked on about 75 projects around the world and earned particular prominence for his restoration of several Donald Ross courses. Last year, BoardRoom magazine named Mandell its “Golf Architect of the Year.” During the first quarter of 2018, Mandell wrapped up construction on one of only a handful of new construction projects in the United States, a Minnesota municipal layout called Braemar Golf Course. Now, he’s working on more than a half-dozen projects including a handful throughout the Carolinas, two in the Cleveland, Ohio-area and several more in Florida. He stays on the road two or three days a week. “We’re very busy,” Mandell said. “I haven’t played much golf in the last four or five years.” Not quite a household name, Mandell has, in more than two decades, demonstrated an ability to continually earn work in a demanding environment through his innovative design, detailed planning, environmental restoration, knack for creating golf courses for golfers and non-golfers alike, and successful budget control. One could argue that Mandell’s projects — which currently run the spectrum from municipal golf at iconic public facilities in three different states to private club golf in four states to a facility for championship-winning college golfers and future golf professionals — actually touch many more golfers than some of the more well-publicized new courses or renovations. Mandell’s most high-profile job in North Carolina right now is the Championship Course at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, a collaborative effort with Bruce Charlton, Robert Trent Jones II’s lead architect. Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., in 1960, Tanglewood’s luster has been restored by Mandell and Charlton. The duo has brought the course back to heights enjoyed as host of the historic 1974 PGA Championship as well as numerous Senior PGA Tour Vantage Championships and the 1986 USGA Publinx. “I want to know anything and everything (those who know the course best) think about, from property line to property line as far as strategy, playability and aesthetics,” Mandell said. “All my design work in the last 25 years is better because I embraced input from the end user.”



In April, members of the historic Country Club of Asheville christened their recently restored Donald Ross golf course after Mandell led a comprehensive construction project, his fourth for Raleigh-based McConnell Golf, including Raleigh Country Club. Mandell’s work once again came in under budget and was named Honorable Mention in GolfInc magazine’s restoration of the year competition for private clubs. “Richard’s vast knowledge of traditional Ross designs enabled us to bring back CCA to its

original glory,” said McConnell golf director of agronomy Michael Shoun. ​After five years as architect of record at Myers Park Country Club in Charlotte, Mandell led the private club in a complete sand bunker restoration of the Ross design. The project also included two new green complexes and a new practice facility. The bunker restoration won a second consecutive honorable mention for a private club in GolfInc’s annual competition. At the 45-hole Bobby Jones Golf Club in Sarasota, Fla., Mandell is spearheading a restoration of the original 18 Ross-designed holes and renovation of the other 18 holes to create four interchangeable nines. As a result, the traditional 18s preferred by the locals can be played some days, while for the first time in 50 years the original Ross routing can be played on other days. Further demonstrating his innovative prowess, Mandell also designed an adjustable, nine-hole par-3 course that will allow management to set up the golf course to play in a variety of ways. The adjustable course will be offered to golfers on an hourly-rate basis as a large short-game practice facility on certain days. Mandell grew up in the Metropolitan New York area surrounded by some of the most storied golf designs in the country. He learned the game by sneaking onto a nearby municipal course there called Rye Golf Club. While helping lead his high school golf team to an undefeated senior season, Mandell was exposed to courses such as Winged Foot, Westchester Country Club and The Black Course at Bethpage State Park. He noted how those famed designs were routed following the lay of the land, not compromised by heavy machinery. He also discovered the quirks of architecture and the importance of shot making. “At that point, I thought it would be pretty fun to be a golf course architect,” he said. After graduating from high school, Mandel headed south to the University of Georgia where he earned a degree in landscape architecture. In Athens, Mandell learned all about length from UGA’s Robert Trent Jones University course.

Continued on page 21

Architect Spotlight from page 20 Mandell interned and after college worked for Pinehurst’s Dan Maples, from whom he says he learned about construction and putting theory into practice. He then worked for Denis Griffiths in Atlanta, where he received a completely different perspective of the business regarding office work and fieldwork. Mandell’s years with Maples and Griffiths — both former presidents of the prestigious American Society of Golf Course Architects — exposed him to high-end domestic and international work in an apprenticeship with two of the best in the business. In 1993, Mandell joined forces with a trio of civil engineers from Maryland to form Whole In One Design Group, which offered all design disciplines — golf architecture, civil engineering, land planning, environmental science

and landscape architecture — under one roof. Mandell served as lead architect on numerous projects and in April 2000 he bought out his partners and changed the firm name to Richard Mandell Golf Architecture. Mandell is a bit of a Renaissance man. In addition to being a licensed landscape architect in North Carolina and South Carolina, he may be the only golf architect in the world who is also a certified arborist. A noted golf historian and author, Mandell’s seminal work, “Pinehurst — Home of American Golf (The Evolution of a Legend)” won the prestigious International Network of Golf Book of the Year Award and was a finalist for Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award and the United States Golf Association Book Award in 2007. “Nobody knows Pinehurst golf like Richard Mandell,” wrote golf architecture expert Ron Whitten in the book’s

forward. “He’s not just a golf architect who has lived in the Village of Pinehurst; he has studied its courses, investigated their origins and absorbed their design nuances.” Mandell has also contributed chapters to Volumes 1 and 2 of “Golf Architecture: A Worldwide Perspective,” as well as “Favorite Holes By Design,” and he has penned numerous articles on design for national publications such as Links Magazine, Golf Illustrated and Golf Course Architecture. For more than a decade, Mandell taught one of the only fully accredited, professionally taught classes on golf course architecture at North Carolina State University. He also helped host two weekly

Pinehurst sports radio talk shows along with the late TV broadcast legend John Derr, and former PGA Tour and Champions Tour player Pat McGowan. But Mandell, who turns 50 in November and has two young boys, is a family first father. He had to give up those extracurricular duties to coach his son’s travel basketball team — The Sandhills Machine — which last season won four tournaments around the state. Sometimes, there’s such a thing as having too much on your plate. “My kids would love to play golf,” Mandell said with a chuckle. “But I’ve been too busy to take them.”

Raleigh Country Club Photo by David Droschak














O F F E R V A L I D O C T. 4 – N O V . 5 , 2 0 1 8

M CK-BER TH TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE Visit any one of our 14 Locations NOW OPEN

Beroth Tire Mocksville

132 Interstate Dr. • Mocksville, NC 27028 336-753-8473 MOCK TIRE ROBINHOOD 5385 Robinhood Rd. Winston-Salem • 336-924-1499 MOCK TIRE SOUTH PARK 3131 Peters Creek Pkwy. Winston-Salem • 336-788-0200 MOCK TIRE STRATFORD 834 S. Stratford Rd. Winston-Salem • 336-774-0081

Offer good in the U.S. Void in Puerto Rico. Claim form required. Certain restrictions and limitations apply. For eligible tires and complete details, see your participating Firestone retailer or Eligible tires must be purchased from a participating Firestone retailer’s inventory October 4-November 5, 2018. OFFER EXCLUDES GM PURCHASES. Limit 1 reward per each set of 4 eligible tires. Limit 2 claims per household, customer or address. Not redeemable for cash. Cannot be combined with any other offer. ** Prepaid Card is issued by The Bancorp Bank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. and may be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. The Bancorp Bank; Member FDIC. Cards are issued in connection with a reward. See claim form for details. Card terms, conditions and expiration apply. All trademarks and brand names belong to their respective owners. Use of these trademarks and brand names do not represent endorsement by or association with this card program. All rights reserved. † To receive the $100 Firestone Visa Prepaid Card by mail you must purchase a set of 4 eligible Firestone tires with your new or existing CFNA credit card. CFNA accounts subject to credit approval. The Firestone Visa Prepaid Card cannot be used to pay any CFNA credit card balance. The Bancorp Bank is not affiliated in any way with this credit card offer and does not endorse or sponsor this credit card offer. Participating retailers only. *

Your One Stop Automotive Centers

For all your tire & automotive service needs... We offer DEPENDABLE SERVICE you can TRUST We can handle your manufacturer recommended scheduled maintenance for 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles & 90,000 miles Since 1957 CV Boots & Axles • Batteries • Transmission Service • Air Conditioning Service Oil Changes • NC Inspections • Exhaust & Emissions • Heating & Cooling Shocks & Struts • Brakes • Tune-Ups • Belts & Hoses • 4-Wheel Alignments Don’t be Fooled by a Price Quote! Make Sure it Includes These Items! All Our Prices Include Mounting, Balancing, and FREE Rotation for the Life of the Tires. (with purchase of new tires)

MOCK TIRE COUNTRY CLUB 4752 Country Club Rd. Winston-Salem • 336-768-1010 SHATTALON TIRE 5780 Shattalon Dr. Winston-Salem • 336-661-9646 BEROTH TIRE KERNERSVILLE 731 E. Mtn. St. • Kernersville • 336-996-2033 MOCK TIRE AT THE VILLAGE 2534 Lewsiville Clemmons Rd. Clemmons • 336-283-9803 NORTH ELKIN TIRE 2050 N. Bridge St. • Elkin • 336-526-1340 MT. AIRY TIRE 1380 Carter St. • Mount Airy • 336-786-4137 STOKES TIRE 557 S. Main St. • King • 336-983-4352 BEROTH TIRE MADISON 711 N. Highway St. • Madison • 336-548-3672 MOCK TIRE LEXINGTON 2012 Cotton Grove Rd. Lexington • 336-357-3421 MOORESVILLE TIRE 1037 N. Main St. • Mooresville • 704-799-3020

Visit any of our 14 Convenient Locations •



The first ace is the sweetest


aking a hole-in-one is always sweet but when it’s your first, it’s extra special. That’s especially so for the longtime players, who probably thought they might never record one. Tom Simmons, trying 50 years, and Joe Doorley, playing the game 40 years, certainly fit into that category. At the other end of the spectrum, there are players like Pete Vernon, who now has 10 aces, and Kevin Hipp, who recently notched his eighth – including two this year. All the details for the holes-in-one reported to Triad Golf Today since our September issue follow. Note that 11 of the 27 in this report were by firsttimers. Carol Vance of Kernersville, Sept. 24, Pine Knolls GC. No. 9, 105 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Ruth Ayers, Carolyn Mabe. Her second ace. Phillip Sykes, Sept. 24, Southwick GC. No. 10, 182 yards. Playing partners: Chris Apple, Todd Comer. His first ace. Bill Marlett of Snow Camp, Sept. 23, Southwick GC. No. 8, 115 yards. Playing partners: L.C. Lloyd, Derek Spraggins.

If you make a Hole-In-One or Double Eagle we want to know! Email, fax, call or go online to & click on Hole-In-One to submit a form with all the details! We will report your great shot in our next issue! email: • call: 336-280-3722

Carol Schmidt of Mebane, Sept. 21, Mill Creek GC. No. 4, 91 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Ronnie Delario, Linda Taylor, Judy Baskette. Her first ace. Fred Evans of Danville, Sept. 19, Crooked Tree GC. No. 13, 125 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Carl Brotherton, Claude Swanson, Connie Bullins. His third ace. Stephanie Kelley of Germanton, Sept. 19, Oak Valley GC. No. 11, 117 yards, 5-wood. Playing partners: Ruth Ann Baity, Julie Clevenger. Roger Heimke of Greensboro, Sept. 10, Forest Oaks GC. No. 8, 136 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Hal McElroy, Dan Cockman. His fourth ace. Chad Genzlinger, Sept. 9, Holly Ridge GL. No. 3, 145 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Josh Burnham, Julie Burnham. Chris Stovall of Ridgeway, Va., Sept. 7, Dan Valley GC. No. 10, 119 yards, sand wedge. Playing partner: Larry Stovall. His first ace. Eric Johnson of Statesville, Sept. 7, Pudding Ridge GC. No. 17, 119 yards, 5-wood.

Experience Our New Champion Bermuda Greens

Playing partner: Bruce McClain. His first ace. Phil Allen, Sept. 6, Holly Ridge GL. No. 11, 99 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Barry Allen, Keith Hill, Tim Stanley. Kevin Hipp of Brown Summit, Sept. 6, Bryan Park Champions Course. No. 12, 156 yards, 7-hybrid. Playing partner: Steve Glass. His eighth ace, including two this year. John Tysinger of Greensboro, Sept. 5, Greensboro National GC. No. 8, 150 yards, 7-iron. Playing partner: Rick Lindsay. His first ace. Joe Doorley, Sept. 3, Holly Ridge GL. No. 8, 146 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Marty Zahn, Kory Knowles. His first ace -- has been playing 40 years. Anthony Aydt of Graham, Sept. 2, Quaker Creek GC. No. 8, 147 yards, 7-iron. Playing partner: John Lassiter. His second ace. Tom Simmons of Reidsville, Aug. 31, Wolf Creek GC. No. 5, 125 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Larry Leonard, Jesse Williams. His first ace -- has been playing 50 years. David Lynch of Huntersville, Aug. 30, Asheboro CC. No. 6, 140 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Laura McNeill, Fred Dodge. His first ace. Bill Stone of Greensboro, Aug. 29, Iron Play Par-3 Links. No. 4, 70 yards, gap wedge. Playing partner: Carl Payne. His second ace.

Phil Curtiss of Greensboro, Aug. 29, Iron Play Par-3 Links. No. 7, 115 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partner: Chuck Waugh. His second ace. C.J. Maynor of Greensboro, Aug. 29, Bryan Park Champions Course. No. 4, 120 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Vic Powell, Terry Akers. His second ace. Pete Vernon of Winston-Salem, Aug. 29, Reynolds Park GC. No. 2, 151 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Sonny Kiger, Mark Robinson, Randy Barron. His 10th ace. Billy Icon of Kernersville, Aug. 26, Jamestown Park GC. No. 4, 123 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Donnie Beeson, Derek Hedrick, Johnny Vanleuvan. His first ace. Randy Pegram of Oak Ridge, Aug. 25, Pine Knolls GC. No. 3, 149 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Charlie Fields, David Morefield, Revis Smith. His first ace. Tony Johnson of Burlington, Aug. 25, Stoney Creek GC. No. 7, 143 yards, 8-iron. Dwight Stanton, Aug. 23, Stoney Creek GC. No. 14, 130 yards, 8-iron. Playing partner: Ron Steele. Dean Bottomley of Greensboro, Aug. 18, Lynrock GC. No. 10, 164 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Steve McKinney, Wayne Nance. His first ace. Stu Redden of Kernersville, Aug. 11, Iron Play Par-3 Links. No. 12, 69 yards, sand wedge. Playing partner: Bob Secco. His second ace.

Great Golf with Great Conditions! Take the Short Drive to the BBQ Capital

35th Annual

Golf Digest

HHHH Book Tee Times 24/7 at 336-578-5070 Located on I-40/85 Exit 148 1179 Challenge Drive Graham, NC 27253

Best Value in the Triad

336-578-5789 2817 Barnett Rd. • Mebane, NC



Weekday Senior Weekday Weekend/Holiday

$ 27 $23


Twilight and Evening Rates available everyday.


Festival Golf Tournament October 20-21

Tee Times: 336.248.3950 • •

A turkey of an idea

As attractive as Dancing With the Stars




ets, I don’t pay for anything I don’t have to these days. My wife Lisa tells me repeatedly that’s how rich people stay rich. Since I’m not wealthy I’ll take her word for it. As a golf reporter for more than 35 years now that means I’ve played my share of “free” golf. And while I don’t watch “free” TV anymore, I’ve been on the phone numerous times over the last year with creative means of reducing my cable bill. What does this all mean, you ask Bets? Well, there’s a 99.9999 percent chance I’ll be eating a cold turkey sandwich Nov. 23 rather than forking over jack to watch the Tiger vs. Phil pay-per-view golf event from Las Vegas. I’ve been to Vegas so I’m aware of Sin City’s creative ways of getting into your pocket. Is it really true casino carpets are designed in a pattern to keep you inside and gamble more? Growing up, I was a huge boxing fan, but to this day have never signed up for a pay-per-view boxing match, or WWE cage carnage. I’ve always found the buy too pricey, especially for a boxing match with no guarantee of 30 seconds of action or 15

rounds, or anything in between. By BETSEY MITCHELL It’s a good bet that neither Woods nor Mickelson will cry “uncle” before 18 holes ro, you have left out all the great are completed, but for the life of me I’m opportunities to flesh out this still trying to figure out what’s so interestTERRIBLE idea. ing about this. Ten years ago, maybe, but You’ve covered the basics – they don’t now, I just can’t connect the dots. need the money and most of us are too What I would have liked to have seen clever to spend the money, but what if they a decade ago was Woods and Mickelson upped the ante? paired together in more PGA Tour events In its current form it sounds about as when they were arch attractive as another season rivals and really didn’t of Dancing with the Stars. care to sit down with each I might change my mind other over a three-piece if Phil and Tiger announce meal with pinto beans that all of their winnings at BoJangles. I may have will go to some charity… paid $5 to see that. or maybe they could tango So, let me get this DUELING DIVOTS between shots. I’d pay straight. Turner wants extra to see Phil dance. golf fans – who by the way would much The only way to really save this is rather tee it up themselves at gaudy make it a charity event. These aging playShadow Creek – to fork over whatever the ers (yeah, yeah … they can still win) should fee will be to see two rich guys battle for a wave their fees. They get a token trophy or winner-take-all $9 million. the right to choose where the charity money Oh, I forgot, both will be wired for goes. sound. Sorry, but I find neither that interThat still won’t be enough to get the esting in the first place for that piece to cynics to open their wallets. Now we need push me to purchase. some sizzle. Remember, cold turkey Bets, cold There is a lot of dead air in a singles turkey. match. Walking 300 yards takes a while and

then you have the whole five minutes of Tiger deciding which club to hit following the practice swings. If Tiger’s recent play is any indication, the walks will be even longer because he is bound to miss most of the fairways. All in all, by the time they get to the 11th hole, the banter will be getting very stale. All we need is some music, sweet music… let’s put a band behind every green. To be age appropriate, we should get Steely Dan and Gordan Lightfoot to open, nothing too rowdy… we’ll leave that to “You Da Man” guy. Next, we need to put another match out on the back nine for the production crew to switch back and forth. Charles Barkley vs. Bill Murray should give the day a proper balance. The only thing more entertaining than watching Barkley trying to hit a golf ball is Murray’s commentary. I would suffer a laughing seizure listening to that. Or they could go the classy route and make the other match Christina Kim vs. Jessica Korda. Both of these gals are known for their sense of humor. Or we could just embrace the wisest words ever spoken by Gilda Radner’s Emily Litella – Never mind.”

Nelson M. Kelly, CLU® ChFC® Senior Director – Investments Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. 380 Knollwood, Suite 560 Winston Salem, NC 27103 (336) 721-7049 Phone (866) 801-4183 Toll Free

Let’s talk about planning for your golden retirement, so you may enjoy more time on the green. Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. Transacts Business on All Principal Exchanges and Member SIPC 2031325.1



Walsh dominates at Inverness Intercollegiate



hat Thomas Walsh accomplished last spring while winning the ACC Championship was easily the top moment in his University of Virginia collegiate career. As he was wrapping up his junior year, Walsh finished 16-underpar and captured the ACC by two shots over Clemson’s Doc Redman, then the reigning U.S. Amateur champion and now a professional golfer. It was the best 54-score in the 65-year history of the tournament and Walsh’s first-ever collegiate title, one of 11 career top-10 finishes. Though it will be difficult to ever top winning the ACC, the former High Point Westchester Country Day School star came close when he notched the second victory on his college resume at the Inverness Intercollegiate in late September. A final-round 65 followed scores of 71 and 69 and his 205 broke the tournament record by four strokes.

“To win a championship on a golf course like that is always a feather in your cap. That was pretty incredible playing,” UVA coach Bowen Sargent said. The Inverness course in Toledo, Ohio, is regarded as one of the world’s best and has been home to four U.S. Opens and two PGA Championships. The collegiate event, now with 14 years in the record books, has seen great fields over the years. Dustin Johnson (Coastal Carolina), Brooks Koepka (Florida State) and Rickie Fowler (Oklahoma State) are among current PGA stars who have played in it.

Thomas Walsh

This year’s field included top-ranked Tennessee, which took the team title at 12-over-par 864. Virginia tied San Francisco for second, seven shots off the pace. There were 12 teams and 78 players in the field. The fact that Walsh won by nine shots made it even more impressive. “Typically, you don’t see guys win by more than two or three shots whether it be on the professional level or all the way down to college,” Sargent said. “To dominate like he did and win by nine is almost unheard of. I’ve never seen that in my college coaching and I’ve been coaching 20 years.” Walsh’s final round didn’t get off to a great start as he bogeyed the first hole and didn’t score a birdie until the eighth. He added another at the ninth, then posted four consecutively on holes 12-15. One more on the 17th was the final red number on a 34-31 scorecard that completed his three-round run at 8-under. He was the only player under par. “Thomas’ game has really matured in the three years he’s been here as much from a mental standpoint as anything,” Sargent said. “It’s nice to see him grow and become a better player. For him to win on a course where majors have been played and to shoot the scores that he shot gives him a lot of hope that he can play at the next level.”


Basil Boyd Sewanee

Carson Castelli Christopher Newport

Madison Harriman N.C. A&T


MEN Thomas Walsh, High Point Scott Campbell, Kernersville Woodson Smith, Martinsville Scott Campbell, Kernersville Thomas Walsh, High Point Basil Boyd, Martinsville Hunter Shelton, Dry Fork, Va. Brandon Einstein, Clemmons Dawson Daniels, High Point Michael Allen, Greensboro Austin Freeman, Troy Nicholas Lyerly, Salisbury Carson Castelli, Greensboro Spencer Hayes, Wilkesboro Tyler Mulkey, Salisbury

School Virginia Greensboro College Sewanee Greensboro College Virginia Sewanee Ferrum High Point Elon Averett Sandhills CC UNC Greensboro Christopher Newport William Peace Catawba

Position 1st T-4 T-10 T-10 T-16 T-17 T-21 T-24 T-24 T-28 T-28 T-31 T-33 T-39 T-45

Field 78 88 104 79 81 104 66 81 79 79 79 75 79 79 91

Scores 71-69-65 71-75-68 72-69-71 71-77 71-69-76 74-70-71 73-79 74-74 72-75-75 75-81 75-81 73-74-74 80-78 75-85 75-75

Tournament (Date) Inverness Intercollegiate (Sept. 24-25) Transylvania Fall Invitational (Sept. 1-2) Rhodes College Fall Classic (Sept. 23-24) NCWC Don Scalf Invitational (Sept. 23-24) Carpet Capital Collegiate (Sept. 7-9) Rhodes College Fall Classic (Sept. 23-24) Tom Kinder Memorial (Sept. 24-25) The Ocean Course Invitational (Sept. 9-11) River Run Collegiate (Sept. 24-25) NCWC Don Scalf Invitational (Sept. 23-24) NCWC Don Scalf Invitational (Sept. 23-24) Rod Myers Invitational (Sept. 8-9) NCWC Don Scalf Invitational (Sept. 23-24) NCWC Don Scalf Invitational (Sept. 23-24) Coker Fall Challenge (Sept. 9-11)

WOMEN Madison Harriman, High Point Sarah Coltrane, Asheboro Jocelyn Andrews, Haw River Emily Hawkins, Lexington Alexis Kershaw, Winston-Salem Carley Cox, China Grove Sarah Coltrane, Asheboro Emily Hawkins, Lexington

School N.C. A&T Catawba N.C. A&T Campbell UNC Greensboro East Carolina Catawba Campbell

Position 4th T-5 6th T-8 9th T-9 T-22 T-33

Field 22 46 22 74 92 84 90 93

Scores 83-74 76-77 87-79 72-69-72 73-73-72 69-73-75 73-79 72-76-76

Tournament (Date) Delaware State Invitational (Sept. 24-25) Anderson U. Invitational (Sept. 10-11) Delaware State Invitational (Sept. 24-25) Golfweek Program Challenge (Sept. 8-11) Col. Wollenberg’s Ram Classic (Sept. 17-19) Minnesota Invitational (Sept. 10-11) Battle at Old South (Sept. 22-23) Golfweek Conference Challenge (Sept. 23-26)

This chart lists players from the Triad Golf Today coverage area who finished in the top half of a field in collegiate events of at least two rounds played Sept. 1-26.


Scott Campbell Greensboro College

Hunter Shelton Ferrum

Lexi Kershaw UNC Greensboro

WHERE THEY’RE PLAYING Triad/Area Collegians 2018-2019

This listing was gathered from college web sites and other sources. Please report any omissions to Steve Williams at 336-280-3722 or

SENIORS Men School Alex Burris, Greensboro Appalachian Kevin Carlock, Greensboro Davidson Connor Clark, Clemmons Wingate Austin Coble, Greensboro Greensboro College Reilly Erhardt, Greensboro Maryland Ross Jackson, Walnut Cove Averett Mark Johnston, Lewisville UNC Greensboro Tyler Mulkey, Salisbury Catawba Davis Richards, China Grove N.C. State

Thomas Walsh, High Point Austin Withrow, Asheboro Women Alexandria Bare, Kannapolis Carley Cox, China Grove Alivia Daniels, King Joliana Elias, Jamestown Lexi Kershaw, Winston-Salem Lydia Randell, Walnut Cove Isabella Rusher, Salisbury

Virginia Pfeiffer School UNC Pembroke East Carolina Montreat Appalachian UNC Greensboro St. Andrews Richmond

JUNIORS Men School Michael Allen, Greensboro Averett Scott Campbell, Kernersville Greensboro College Hardin Councill, High Point Georgetown Austin DeLucia, Clemmons Averett Nathan Hawkins, Lexington Covenant Ryan Kelley, Reidsville Mid-Atlantic Christian Koby Markham, Asheboro Greensboro College Brantley Phillips, Greensboro Methodist Grant Powell, Colfax UNC Greensboro Logan Shuping, Salisbury East Carolina Austin Stout, Ramseur Greensboro College Tripp Summerlin, Summerfield Appalachian

Landon Tucker, Madison Chandler Wilkins, Danville, Va.

Montreat Old Dominion

Women Jocelyn Andrews, Haw River Sarah Coltrane, Asheboro Adison Collins, Faith Kendall Dobbins, Summerfield Katie Pritchett, Dry Fork, Va. Emma Roberts, Burlington Autumn Senter, Dobson Janie Thomas, Winston-Salem Grace Yatawara, Salisbury Jordan Young, Winston-Salem

School N.C. A&T Catawba Montreat UNC Greensboro UVA Wise Montreat Belmont Abbey UNC Asheville East Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne

SOPHOMORES Men Tanner Bibey, Walnut Cove Dustin Blank, Elon A.J. Boyd, Walnut Cove Basil Boyd, Martinsville Zachary Caudill, Wilkesboro Parker Chavis, China Grove Tyler Coleman, Yanceyville Justin Emmons, Asheboro Austin Freeman, Troy Spencer Hayes, Wilkesboro Coty Hearn, Bassett, Va. Nicholas Lyerly, Salisbury Addison Manring, Stoneville Chandler Metz, Wilkesboro Avery Papalia, Kernersville Christopher Roach, Bassett, Va.

School Catawba Elon Catawba Sewanee Western Carolina Cape Fear CC Averett UNC Greensboro Sandhills CC William Peace Patrick Henry CC UNC Greensboro Guilford Western Carolina St. Francis UVA Wise

Hunter Shelton, Dry Fork, Va. Jacob Sowers, Bassett, Va. Patrick Street, China Grove Austin Trent, Pleasant Garden Bryce Varner, Bassett, Va. Micah Woolard, Asheboro

Ferrum Patrick Henry CC Pfeiffer N.C. A&T UVA Wise Montreat

Women Anna Bonifay, Pfafftown Ashley Cano, Thomasville Michaela Cox, Greensboro Samantha DeBusk, Lexington Madison Harriman, High Point Rachel Mast, Lexington Jessica May, Thomasville Olivia Templeton, Greensboro Emilee Wenmoth, Clemmons

School Queens Pfeiffer Elon UNC Pembroke N.C. A&T UNC Wilmington Pfeiffer Pfeiffer Mars Hill

FRESHMEN Men School Chris Carr, Mocksville William Peace Carson Castelli, Greensboro Christopher Newport Michael Childress, Salisbury Richmond Dawson Daniels, High Point Elon Zekiel Eaton, Mt. Airy Surry CC Brandon Einstein, Clemmons High Point Noah Hill, Elkin Surry CC Andrew Johnson, Millers Creek Surry CC Evan Marion, Mt. Airy Surry CC Ezra Park, Martinsville, Va. Patrick Henry CC Soloman Park, Martinsville, Va. Patrick Henry CC Tristan Pugh, Asheboro Greensboro College Logan Sowers, Bassett, Va. Patrick Henry CC Woodson Smith, Martinsville Sewanee

Bryson Sprinkle, Rockwell Charlie Tate, Greensboro

Swing into Fall




15 20



Includes carts

Walk – 9 Ride – $15

Call for Daily Specials 336-279-6793

Please follow us on our Facebook page.

TrackMan Technology

The latest computer and video swing analysis from JC Video. Call Kelley Phillips and get your game in shape for 2019!


306 E. Florida Street • Greensboro • 336-373-5850


Begin at 1 p.m. $


Catawba Presbyterian

Women School Hailey Barajas, Winston-Salem Catawba Kristen Fox, Thomasville Wingate Mary Lyle Frye, High Point Greensboro College Emily Hawkins, Lexington Campbell Anna Hillman, Summerfield Belmont Abbey Aleigha Hodges, Ridgeway, Va. U of Charleston Madison Isaacson, Greensboro UNC Wilmington Katie Lewis, Pleasant Garden Greensboro College Olivia John, Summerfeld High Point Hailey Joy, Reidsville UNC Greensboro


A facility of Greensboro Parks & Recreation



Junior Golf Scoreboard PKBGT North Carolina Series Finale Thomasville, NC Colonial CC Sept 22-23, 2018 Prep North Carolina - 5703 1 Maria Atwood, Holly Springs 72-80--152 2 Alexia Siehl, Fort Mill SC 77-76--153 2 Muskan Uppal, Cornelius 74-79--153 Selected Others 13 Kayla Dowell, Mebane 79-81--160 16 Alyssa Cox, Mount Airy 86-78--164 19 Victoria Cook, Reidsville 86-82--168 21 Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem 84-86--170 23 Harper Shepherd, Greensboro 86-88--174 Futures North Carolina - 5003 1 Macy Pate, Boone 76-77--153 2 Autumn Carey, Manning SC 79-75--154 3 Heather Appelson, Wake Forest 85-78--163 Selected Others 4 Chloe Crane, Greensboro 80-85--165 4 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 82-83--165 16 Monica R Solis, Mocksville 104-104--208 Discovery North Carolina - 1850 (9 holes) 1 Ashnoor Kaur, Draper VA 37-37--74 2 Ellen Yu, High Point 38-39--77 3 Madison Dial, High Point 41-38--79 Selected Others 4 Leah Edwards, Greensboro 42-38--80 4 Riley Grimm, High Point 41-39--80 7 Brooke Tyler, Summerfield 45-41--86 10 Sally Toalson, Clemmons 49-51--100

AJGA AJGA Girls Championship Furman University GC Greenville, SC Aug 31-Sept 3, 2018 Girls Division - 6210 1 Michaela Morard, Huntsville, AL 70-71-65--206 2 Megan Schofill, Monticello, FL 71-66-70--207

3 Bohyun Park, Farmers Branch, TX 71-65-73--209 4 Madelyn Jones, Austin, TX 70-70-71--211 4 Sophie Guo, Orlando, FL 67-74-70--211 Selected Others 50 Sasha Hayes, Winston-Salem 74-75-77--226

TYGA 2018 Down East Junior Open Taberna CC New Bern, NC Aug 25-26, 2018 Boys 16-18 Division - 6443 1 Carter Rains, Greenville 66-68--134 2 Ethan Hall, Morehead City 69-74--143 3 Davis Fisher, Greenville 76-68--144 Selected Others 10 Phillip Clifton, Winston-Salem 79-77--156 Boys 12-15 Division - 5500 1 Blake Hess, Greenville 75-68--143 1 Cameron Hardison, Greenville 73-70--143 3 Andrew Gallagher, Grimesland 73-74--147 Selected Others 14 Chase Harris, Pilot Mountain 84-81--165

TYGA Tournament of Champions The Neuse GC Clayton, NC Aug 21-22, 2018 Boys 16-18 Division - 6,626 1 Daniel Adkins, Holly Springs 71-71--142 2 Grady Newton, Winston-Salem 73-75--148 3 Jackson Neal, Concord 77-72--149 3 Owen Swavely, Mooresville 73-76--149 Selected Others 5 Andrew Wood, Greensboro 74-76--150 9 Phillip Clifton, Winston Salem 77-75--152 15 Bobby Gold, High Point 81-79--160 17 Stephen Spencer, Asheboro 85-76--161 20 Nick Henderson, Archdale 84-82--166 Boys 14-15 Division - 6,626 1 Owen Kose, Holly Springs 74-73--147

Presented by


2 Chase Cheatham, Lincolnton 76-74--150 3 Caden Baker, Mebane 78-73--151 3 Walker Isley, Oak Island 78-73--151 Selected Others 5 Sean Finan, Winston-Salem 78-76--154 6 Jack Burris, Greensboro 77-80--157 13 Andrew Haarlow, Greensboro 82-79--161 16 Samuel Haggas, Winston-Salem 83-80--163 18 Garrett Hauk, Burlington 80-86--166 21 Carter Stainback, Greensboro 84-92--176 23 Luke Nelson, High Point 93-84--177 Boys 12-13 Division - 5,630 1 Parks Helms, Fayetteville 70-76--146 2 Drew Greene, Greenville 75-75--150 3 Hudson Schulze, Charlotte 73-78--151 Selected Others 5 Ethan Wooten, High Point 80-76--156 6 Albert Kang, Kernersville 74-83--157 9 Chase McLaughlin, Kernersville 80-84--164 10 Noah Snyder, Greensboro 83-84--167 Girls 14-18 Division - 5,630 1 Jayla Rogers, Wilmington 75-74--149 2 Trinity Ahing, New Bern 81-78--159 3 Carmen Tucker, Fayetteville 78-82--160 Selected Others 6 Lauren Hackler, Thomasville 84-83--167 11 Rayne Trent, Pleasant Garden 94-91--185 Girls 12-13 Division - 5,229 1 Emily Mathews, Mebane 82-76--158 2 Ayana Dailey, Jacksonville 84-89--173 3 Kitson O'Neal, Pinehurst 91-88--179 4 Caroline Wright, Greensboro 92-93--185 11 and Under Division - 2,548 1 Conner Freedman, Chapel Hill 35-35 2 Pennson Badgett, Pilot Mountain 34-31 3 Lake Williams, Greenville 30-33 Selected Others 6 Jackson Farmer, Pfafftown 21-19

Boys (High School, graduation year) 1 Charlie Barr, Salisbury (Cannon School, 2021) 2 Garrett Clark, Burlington (Williams HS, 2020) 3 Landon Barnes, Pilot Mountain (East Surry, 2020) 4 Noah Connor (Rockingham County HS, 2019) 5 Nicholas Mathews, Mebane (Eastern Alamance HS, 2020) 6 Blake Brantley, Winston-Salem (RJ Reynolds HS, 2020) 7 Sam Davidson, Asheboro (Asheboro HS, 2020) 8 Christopher Wooten, Winston-Salem (Mt. Tabor, 2019) 9 Quinton Metz, Wilkesboro (Wilkes Central HS,2019) 10 Andrew Plate, Greensboro (Page HS ,2021) Girls (High School, graduation year) 1 Kayla Smith, Burlington (Williams, 2019) 2 Sasha Hayes, Winston-Salem (Reagan HS, 2019) 3 Riley Hamilton, Reidsville (Carlisle, 2020) 4 Emelia Pack, Greensboro (Page, 2019) 5 Mallory Fobes, East Bend (Forbush, 2019) 6 Victoria Ladd, Greensboro (Northern Guilford HS, 2019) 7 Macie Burcham, Greensboro (Wesleyan Christian Academy, 2021) 8 Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem (Reagan HS, 2022) 9 Trinity Muthomi, Kernersville (East Forsyth HS, 2022) 10 Victoria Cook, Reidsville (Rockingham HS, 2020) Source: Tarheel Youth Golf Association as of 9/1/18

(/,%3ĂĽ/&ĂĽ#(!-0)/.3()0ĂĽ'/,&ĂĽ).ĂĽ,!+%ĂĽ,52% ĂĽ.#

Reynolds Park Road Bridge Repaired & Open



• Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays Ride & Play 18 for $25 • Friday $29 • Seniors Monday-Friday (no holidays) Ride & Play 18 for $23 • Seniors Monday-Friday (no holidays) Walk 18 for $16


• E veryone Saturdays & Sundays After 12:00 Ride & Play 18 for $31 • Regular Rates $34 riding Seniors $31 riding • Walking $22 • Juniors play for 1/2 price after 12:00 of the REGULAR/NORMAL 18 hole rate when accompanied by a full paying adult.

All Events Available Online at



sä ü2OUNDSüOFü'OLF sü ü.IGHTSü2ESORTü,ODGING #ALLü üFORüDETAILS ü-),%3ü&2/-ü#(!2,/44%üsü ü-),%3ü&2/-ü7).34/. 3!,%-üsü ü-),%3ü&2/-ü2!,%)'(

2391 Reynolds Park Road • Winston-Salem • 336-650-7660


Conveniently located next to Old Salem & Downtown Winston-Salem near the Hwy. 52 & Bus. 40 Interchange.



CALENDAR All listings are based on submissions by clubs and correspondence. To list your tournament free email your information to or call 336-924-1619.

CGA Men Majors/Qualifiers Oct. 8-9 – 7th Carolinas Super Senior Four-Ball Championship, CC of South Carolina, Florence TBA – 3rd Carolinas Senior Interclub Final Four

CGA Women Majors Oct. 30 - Nov. 1 – 2nd Carolinas Women’s Club Team, Mid Pines, Southern Pines Nov. 10-11 – 8th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship, Prestwick CC, Myrtle Beach, SC

CGA Other Oct. 19-20 – 73rd Captain’s Putter Team Matches, Spring Creek GC, Gordonsville Nov. 10-11 – 8th Carolinas Net Amateur Championship, Prestwick CC, Myrtle Beach, SC. Nov. 10-11 – 21st Carolinas Interclub Final Four, Pinehurst #5, Pinehurst TBA– 10th Carolinas Young Amateur

Captain’s Choice/Charity Oct. 5 – 11th annual Hope for the Warriors Golf Tournament, Grandover Resort, Greensboro, contact Jack F. Masarie . Oct. 6 – Christian Outreach for Youth, Plantation G.C. 336-342-6191. Oct. 6 – 4th Annual Friends of Eden Animal Rescue, Oak Hills GC, Eden, Contact 336-912-1178.

Oct. 10 – Rockingham County Industry & Allies Tournament, Deep Springs CC, Stoneville. 336-342-8138 or Betsy Brame at bbrame@ Oct. 12 – Camel City Classic benefitting Combat Warriors, Maple Chase, Winston-Salem, Contact Sean at Maple Chase Golf Shop 336-767-0034 or Oct. 13 – Annie Penn Cancer Tournament, Plantation G.C. 336-342-6191. Oct. 18 – 16th Clemmons Masonic Lodge Charity Tournament, Tanglewood Reynolds, Clemmons, Contact Richard Brewer 336-399-2278. Oct. 23 – SECCA Slam for Art, Salem Glen, Clemmons, Siobhan Olson, SECCAslam@gmail. com, 336-769-6365.

Laid-Back Golfers Tour 434-792-3728 • Men/Women All-Ages Flights pre-determined by handicap Tees determined by hdc/age formula Oct. 1 – Greensboro National, Summerfield Oct. 16 – Forest Park CC, Martinsville Oct. 30 – Bryan Park GC (Players), Brown Summit Nov. 12 – Danville GC, Danville Nov. 27 – Goodyear GC, Danville

Golfweek Amateur Tour 252-864-9161 Oct. 19-21 -- National Championship at Hilton Head Island, SC

Senior Individual Oct. 9-11 – World Super Senior Championship.

Tanglewood Championship, Clemmons. Ages 70-over, Kitty Visintine 336-703-6420. Oct. 25-26 – Crooked Tree Senior Open Championship, Crooked Tree, Brown Summit. 336-656-3211

Senior Amateur Tour (ages 50-over) 910-964-1547 Oct. 24-25 – National Championship at Hilton Head Island, SC

Amateur Team Oct. 20-21 – 35th annual Lexington BBQ Festival 2-person teams, Lexington GC. 336-248-3950. Oct. 20-21 – Chatmoss Two-Man Invitational, Chatmoss CC, Martinsville. Medal play in flights. Also senior division. 276-638-7648. Nov. 3-4 – Greensboro National Fall Classic, Greensboro National GC, Summerfield. 2-man bestball. Contact Justin .

Junior Golf Schedule CGA 910-673-1000 * TYGA 910-673-1000 * PKBGT 336-347-8537 * NCJGF 919-858-6400 * TGF 919-291-5813 * NJGT 704-824-6548 * AJGA 770-868-4200 * USGA 908-234-2300 * USKIDS Raleigh Tour 919-206-4666 * Winternational 847-204-9888 * HJGT 904-379-2697 Oct. 6-7 – PKBGT-CGA Jimmy Anderson Girls' Invitational, Jacksonville CC, Jacksonville, Girls only, Ages 12-18. Oct. 6-7 – HJGT - Wilmington Junior Open, Course TBD, Boys/Girls, Ages 8-18, 407-614-2962.

For the latest tournament schedule, now updated daily, go to then click on Tournaments Oct. 13-14 – TYGA State Championship, Colonial CC, Thomasville, Boys/Girls, Ages 12-18. Oct. 13 – TYGA Tots State Championship, Longleaf GC, Southern Pines, Boys/Girls, Ages 6-11. Oct. 15 – NCHSAA Girls' HS regionals, NC only. Oct. 22-23 – NCHSAA Girls' State Championships, NC only. Oct. 22-23 – NCISAA Girls' State Championship, NC only. Oct. 27-28 – NJGT College Prep Series Fall Classic, Rock Barn, Claremont, Ages 6-18. Oct. 27-28 – TYGA Triad Bill Harvey Memorial Junior, Bryan Park GC, Greensboro, Boys/Girls, Ages 12-18. Oct. 28 – PKBGT Invitational Last Chance Qualifier, Girls, TBA. Nov. 10-12 – PKBGT Invitational, Grandover, Greensboro, Girls Invitational Only. Nov. 21 – TYGA One Day, Longleaf GC, Southern Pines, Boys/Girls, Ages 12-18. Dec. 1-2 – PKBGT Tournament of Champions, Pinehurst #8, Pinehurst, Girls Invitational Only. Dec. 28-29 – PKBGT Peggy Kirk Bell Junior, Pine Needles, Southern Pines, Girls. Dec. 28-29 – Donald Ross Junior Championship, Pinehurst No. 1, No. 4 No. 5, No. 8, Pinehurst, Boys/Girls, Ages 8-18, 910-235-8140. Jan. 20-21 – PKBGT Linville Cup, Mid Pines, Southern Pines, Girls Invitational Only.


Your Future is Bright in the Triad!



Presented By CGA Individual

11th North Carolina Super Senior Championship Alamance CC, Burlington (par 71) • Sept. 25-26 1. Paul Simson, Raleigh! 67-69--136 2. Ray Womack, Burlington! 68-69--137 2. Don Detweiler, Raleigh! 68-69--137 4. Ernie Newton, Winston-Salem! 68-71--139 4. Gary Hull, Cornelius! 70-69--139 4. Robert Desjardins, Matthews! 71-68--139 7. Arlis Pike, Kernersville! 68-72--140 7. Wayne Pyrtle, Burlington! 72-68--140 9. Kim Mansfield, High Point! 73-68--141 9. Richard Condrey, Nebo! 71-70--141 Selected others from field of 61 11. Russ Perry, Winston-Salem! 73-70--143 14. Logan Jackson, Winston-Salem! 72-72--144 22. Charlie Parks, Asheboro! 73-74--147 29. Dickie Brewer, Winston-Salem! 74-76--150 41. Garland Yates, Asheboro! 80-76--156 48. Lawrence Hicks, Greensboro! 78-80--158 48. Dwight Leadbetter, Elon! 80-78--158 Notes: Paul Simpson, already the record holder for most CGA titles in history, notched his 35th career championship ... Simson hit all 18 greens in regulation in his final round 69 ... Simson’s history at Alamance Country Club includes the North Carolina Amateur championship in 1991 for his first CGA title ... Ray Womack of Burlington and Don Detweiler of Raleigh finished a shot back ... Womack, a member of Alamance, played the back nine in 2-under 34 but couldn’t overcome bogeys at Nos. 8 and 9 against the steady Simson ... Simson and Detweiler will team up in the 7th Carolinas Super Senior FourBall Oct. 8-9 at the Country Club of South Carolina. Age 70+ Division 1. John Walters, Charlotte! 72-68--140 2. Alan Dirk, Pittsboro! 71-70--141 2. Terry Rathman, Gastonia! 70-71--141 4. Mike Sprouts, Winston-Salem! 75-69--144 5. Doug Potter, Greensboro! 71-74--145 5. Rick Luzar, Pinehurst! 70-75--145 Selected others from field of 38 11. Gene Grubb, Greensboro ! 73-74--147 11. Bill Burling, Greensboro! 74-73--147 16. James Brown, High Point! 75-76--151 21. Robert Crawford, Winston-Salem! 77-76--153 21. Jim Brannock, Elon! 75-78--153

25th North Carolina Mid-Amateur Championship Ballantyne CC, Charlotte (par 72) • Sept. 7-9 1. Matt Kilgo, Charlotte! 63-69-71--203 2. Ryan Nagy, Raleigh! 67-69-68--204 3. Thomas Owen, Fayetteville! 68-67-70--205 3. Kevin O’Connell, Cary! 71-67-67--205 3. Timothy Driver, Holly Springs! 67-70-68--205 6. John Eades, Charlotte! 68-71-67--206 7. Joe Jaspers, Huntersville! 65-70-72--207 8. Chris Cassetta, High Point! 68-69-72--209 Selected others from field of 147 11. Skip Corneliussen, Summerfield! 69-72-70--211 12. Dustin Moore, Burlington! 71-68-73--212 14. Clay Holland, Greensboro! 73-69-71--213 36. Harrison Rutter, Winston-Salem! 73-71-76--220 40. Billy Andrews, Advance! 76-72-74--222 50. Mark Nieters, Lexington! 77-70-77--224

CGA Team

23nd North Carolina Four-Ball Championship Club at 12 Oaks, Holly Springs (par 71) • Sept. 28-30 1. Dustin Moore, Burlington! 66-66-67--199 Greg Earnhardt,Greensboro ! 2. Clay Watkins, Mebane! 66-66-70--202 Steve Lavenets,Apex 2. Chris Casetta, High Point! John Major, Winston-Salem


4. Scott Lincicome, Pinehurst! Thomas Morrison, Pinehurst ! 5. J.D. McNeill, Raleigh! Jerry Richardson, Cary !5. Daniel Neveu, Pinehurst!

67-71-66--204 67-71-66--204 68-70-66--204

Nick Thompson, Southern Pines ! 7. Mark Gauley, Raleigh! Brian Gauley, Wake Forest! Selected others from field of 60 12. Alex Nianouris, Salisbury! David Sargent !12. Brad Coleman, Jamestown!

66-67-72--205 72-71-67--210 71-69-70--210

Jeremy Ray, Pfafftown

19. Park Williams, Kernersville! Tod Dauler, Summerfield!


2018 Camel City Classic Benefitting Combat Warriors Friday, October 12

The tournament format for the Camel City will be a 4 person Captain’s Choice.

Schedule of Events

Entry Information

Team Entry – $400/$100 per player • Lunch before the round • Drinks on the course and after the event • $75 per player for Titleist & FootJoy Mobile Pro Shop

• 10:00 a.m. Player Registration opens. Player Tee Gift Distributed • 11:00 a.m. Lunch is provided on the patio • 12:15 p.m. All golfers to their carts for tournament announcements • 12:30pm Camel City Classic Tournament play begins $1,000, $500 and $150 • 4:30-5:00 p.m. Scores posted Sponsorships available. • 5:15-6:00 p.m. Shootout to determine Prizes For more information call 336-767-2941 This year, the Camel City Classic will once again be benefiting Combat Warriors, Inc.; an organization that assists the brave men and women who have served our nation’s military. More detailed information for Combat Warriors, Inc. can be found by going to



CGA One-Day Four-Ball

Selected finishers from Triad (top half of division) SENIOR ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS Tobacco Road GC, Sanford • Sept. 11 Tournament Flight A (13 entries) 1. Mark Marion, Win-Salem-James Kemerling, Lewisville! Tournament Flight B (12 entries) 1. Rodney Tuttle, Walkertown-Roger Joyce, Walnut Cove! Super Senior 65+ (10 entries) 4. Al Smith, Ararat-Sam Couch, State Road! Super Senior 70+ (x entries) 1. Jim Pridgen-Larry Boswell, Jamestown! 3. Gene Grubb-Frank Cheney, Greensboro!

Tr i a d

Pinewild CC (Magnolia), Pinehurst • Sept. 10 Tournament Flight A (13 entries) 2. Stanley Randall-Johnny Miller, Mocksville! Tournament Flight B (11 entries) 2. Dale Slate, Advance-Herb Whitesell, Granite Falls! 3. Billy Sawyers-Tim Peele, Pilot Mountain! Super Senior 70+ (13 entries) 1. Gene Grubb-Frank Cheney, Greensboro! 2. George Kennon, Gboro- Larry Boswell, Jamestown! 5. David Williams, Cary-Larry Willett, High Point! Seabrook Island (Ocean Winds) • Sept. 6 Tournament Flight (13 entries) 4. Eric Fleming, Mt Airy-Glen Tate, Hillsville, VA! Super Senior 65+ (15 entries) 2. Brad Dorsett-George Snyder, Mount Airy! Seabrook Island (Crooked Oaks) • Sept. 5 Super Senior 65+ (15 entries) 4. Steven Johnson, Jefferson-David Brown, Clemmons! 6. Brad Dorsett-George Snyder, Mount Airy!

64 70 71 67 69

69 72 76 66 67 71

71 73

72 75

River Landing (River), Wallace • Aug. 28 Tournament Flight A (11 entries) 2. David Waggoner, Holly Ridge-Mike Shoffner, Burlington! 67 Super Senior 70+ (13 entries) 1. Larry Boswell, Jamestown-Ronald Grove, Raleigh! 69 River Landing (Landing), Wallace • Aug. 27 Tournament Flight A (10 entries) 1. David Waggoner, Holly Ridge-Mike Shoffner, Burlington! 64 Super Senior 70+ (14 entries) 1. Larry Boswell, Jamestown-Ronald Grove, Raleigh! 64 6. Richard Warren, Durham-Wesley Brown, Roxboro! 72 ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS Club at Irish Creek, Kannapolis • Sept. 24 Men A (14 entries) 4. Josh Brincefield, Salisbury-Chris Owen, Mt. Ulla! 69 Mixed and Women (9 entries) 1. Vincent Avera, Gboro-Bonnie Montgomery, Jamestown! 74 Pinehurst No. 5 • Aug. 28 Men A (11 entries) 4. Billy Andrews, Advance-Todd Perkins, Lewisville! 4. Wilson Hicks, Raleigh-Richard Shore, Winston-Salem! Men B Flight 2 (11 entries) 1. Dale Slate, Advance-Herb Whitesell, Granite Falls! 3. Robert Kelly, Reidsville-Ronald Jones, Jamestown! 4. Christopher Jones, Raleigh-Mark Jones, Burlington! Mixed and Women (10 entries) 1. Melissa Smith-Mark Smith, Advance! Southern Pines GC • Sept. 10 Men B and Mixed (10 entries) 1. Ryan Patton-Rob Elliott, Asheboro! LADIES ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL PLAY DAYS Lonnie Poole GC, Raleigh • Sept. 5 First Flight (13 entries) 5. Sue Lamm-Gurley-Belinda Marley, Burlington! Fourth Flight (12 entries) 3. Joanne Symborsky-Barbara Berry, Kernersville! 3. Carol Reed-Peggy Lane, Greensboro!

Carolinas PGA

74 74 73 75 77 72


76 89 89

Carolinas PGA Professional Championship Sea Pines Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC (par 72) Aug. 27-29 1. Steve Scott, Winston-Salem, $9,000! 68-72-72--212 2. Jerry Haas, Winston-Salem, $4,142! 73-73-67--213 2. John Thompson, Charlotte, $4,142! 71-73-69--213 2. Matt Bova, Bluffton, SC, $4,142! 74-68-71--213 2. Cory Schneider, Powells Point, $4,142! 71-69-73-213 Selected others from field of 12. Savio Nazareth, Kernersville, $1,495! 74-70-75--219 14. Steve Isley, Oak Island, $1,320! 74-75-71--220 14. John Faidley, Winston-Salem, $1,320! 75-71-73--220 20. Charles Frost, Winston-Salem, $935! 78-70-74--222 20. Jonathan Dudley, Whitsett, $935! 71-76-75--222 25. John Carter, Cashiers, $795! 78-74-71--223

32. Mitch Adams, Asheboro, $590! 73-77-76--226 49. David Thore, Wilmington, $340! 77-76-79--232 59. Sean Branagan, Winston-Salem, $245! 73-78-85--236 Notes: The top nine finishers qualified for the 51st PGA Professional Championship at Belfair GC in Bluffton, SC, April 28-May 1, 2019 ... Steve Scott tapped in a 6-inch birdie putt on Harbour Town Golf Links’ 172-yard 17th hole after hitting an 8iron. That shot enabled him to overcome a bogey on the 18th and emerge with a one-shot margin over four players.

UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU U UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU U National Car Rental Assistant Championship UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro (par 71) U Sept. 10-11 UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU U 1. Brad Luebchow, Winston-Salem, $1,800! 69-64--133 UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU 2. Tommy Gibson, Mt. Airy, $1,200! 69-67--136 U UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU 3. Grant Lancaster, Kill Devil Hills, $975! 67-70--137 U 3. Drew Bateman, Marble, $975! 69-68--137 UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU U Selected others from field of 79



GPro Tour

South Carolina Open, Columbia CC • Sept. 26-28 1. Zachary Caldwell, Alpharetta, Ga., $8,100! 71-66-64--201 2. Keenan Huskey, Greenville, SC, $4,413! 66-67-68--201 2. Joshua Brock, Wilmington, $4,413! 71-64-66--201 Selected others from field of 101 5. Ryan Sullivan, Winston-Salem, $2,888! 69-68-67--204 12. Adam Webb, Greensboro, $1,508! 69-68-69--206 12. Frank Adams, Salisbury, $1,508! 68-68-70--206 34. Ben Schlottman, Advance, $744! 70-70-72--212 River Run CC, Davidson • Sept. 5-6 1. Joshua Brock, Wilmington, $4,900! 64-68--132 2. Frank Adams, Salisbury, $3,050! 66-70--136 Selected others from field of 69 10. David Mathis, Wake Forest, $1,100! 69-73--142 17. Bruce Woodall, Yanceyville, $705! 71-73--144 17. Ryan Sullivan, Winston-Salem, $705! 72-72--144 Howard Clark Memorial Classic Sedgefield CC, Greensboro (Dye) • Aug. 28-30 1. Zachary Caldwell, Alpharetta, Ga., $8,600! 64-65-68--197 2. Ryan Sullivan, Winston-Salem, $4,828! 64-67-66--197 2. Chase Parker, Augusta, Ga., $4,828! 64-66-67--197 Selected others from field of 115 10. Will Collins, Salisbury, $1,878! 65-67-71--203 10. Ben Schlottman, Advance, $1,878! 67-64-72--203 20. Adam Webb, Greensboro, $1,181! 70-67-68--205

SwingThought Tour

Callaway Gardens (Mountain View), Pine Mountain Ga. Sept. 12-14 1. Zach Edmondson, Morrisville, $10,000! 66-67-69--202 Selected others from field of 36 4. Bruce Woodall, Yanceyville, $1,767! 67-71-67--205

Symetra Tour

IOA Golf Classic Alaqua CC, Longwood, Fla. • Sept. 28-30 1. Ruixin Liu, China, $22,500! 65-69-66–200 Selected others 18. Lori Beth Adams, Burlington, $2,039! 70-70-67--207 Note: Lori Beth Adams ranks in the top 30 on the Volvik Race for the Card money list with $34,867 with one tournament remaining on the schedule. The top 10 earn LPGA Tour cards for the 2019 season. Guardian Championship Capitol Hill GC, Prattville, Ala. • Sept. 21-23 1. Kendall Dye, Edmond, Okla., $24,000! 65-69-66–200 Selected others 22. Lori Beth Adams, Burlington, $1,816! 69-68-72–209 Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout Mystic Creek GC, El Dorado, Ark. • Sept. 14-16 1. Hyemin Kim, South Korea, $22,500! 68-70-73--211 Selected others 29. Lori Beth Adams, Burlington, $1,378! 75-74-73--222 Sioux Falls GreatLife Challenge Willow Run GC, Sioux Falls, SD (par 70) • Aug. 30-Sept. 2 1. Linnea Strom, Sweden, $31,500! 65-71-66-67--269 Selected others 8. Lori Beth Adams, Burlington, $4,496! 74-68-68-65--275 Note: The T-8 at South Dakota was Lori Beth Adams’ third top-10 of the year. She previously had a T-2 in June and a T-6 in August.

Presented By Amateur Individual

Tech Authority Reidsville Invitational Pennrose Park CC (par 72) Aug. 25-26 Championship Flight Kevin Hipp! 72-73--145 Alex Hooper! 75-74--149 Steve Williams! 70-79--149 Johnny Hopkins! 77-73--150 Ryan Kelley! 73-78--151 Rick Walker! 77-75--152 Luke Crouse! 74-79--153 Jeff Jensen! 75-79--154 Steven Trent! 77-77--154 Eddie Jensen! 76-79--155 Craig Bennett! 75-82--157 First Flight Troy Blamer! 79-72--151 Scott Trent! 79-75--154 Steve Citty! 80-78--158 Jon Revis! 81-77--158 Dwayne Blakely! 81-77--158 Steve Crouse! 80-79--159 Jim Hendrix! 83-76--159 Kris Nixon ! 79-85--164 Drake Moore! 81-84--165 Second Flight Wayne Hamilton! 87-77--164 Jon Mason! 87-80--167 Jim Fargis! 85-83--168 John Baker! 86-85--171 Mike DeLapp! 87-84--171 Notes: Kevin Hipp played the last eight holes in 3-under-par to pull away to the 4shot victory. 52nd Colonial Ladies Invitational Colonial CC, Thomasville (par 72) Aug. 25-26 Flight 1 Kathy Binkley! 74-75--149 Sook Hee Yang! 73-76--149 June Wang! 76-76--152 Lisa Mooneyham! 78-78--156 Bonnie Montgomery! 76-83--159 Carole Jones! 80-81--161 Flight 2 Nancy Cooper! 74-80--154 Janet Myers! 82-81--163 Kim Clarke! 82-81--163 Lynn Roloff! 82-82--164 Tess Kirkman! 86-81--167 Beth Smith! 82-85--167 Flight 3 Mary Rhodes! 74-82--156 Carmen Andia! 85-80--165 Karin Wu! 89-86--175 Katherine Devore! 87-90--177 Flight 4 Delores Hammer! 90-85--175 Candace Dewitt! 94-90--184 Elaine Schuermann! 89-96--185 Emily Williams! 103-91--194 Flight 5 Amanda Gane! 97-91--188 Maggie Collins! 99-94--193 Cindy Schroder! 95-98--193 Peggy Trogdon! 99-95--194 Flight 6 Judy Gregory! 106-103--209 Carolyn Hartsell! 106-106--212 Jane Campbell! 107-111--218 Patti Wood! 110-112--222 Notes: Kathy Binkley of Cornelius birdied the third playoff hole to outlast Sook Hee Yang of Jamestown ... it was Binkley's 6th Colonial Invitational title.

Senior Am Tour

Quail Ridge GC, Sanford • Sept. 27 Championship Flight (6 entries) 1. John East, Rockingham! 71 4. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 77 A Flight (14 entries) 1. Dave LeVeque, Greensboro! 73 5. Johnny Adams! 77 6. Gerald Lewis, Greensboro! 78 B Flight (8 entries) 1. Sam Carpenter, Charlotte! 78 2. Jimmy Adams, Greenville ! 78 Carpenter won playoff C Flight (14 entries) 1. Steve Jones, Carthage! 85 2. Ed McNally, Graham! 86 4. Richard Hartley, High Point! 87 5. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 89

Bryan Park (Champions) Brown Summit • Sept. 20 Championship Flight (8 entries) 1. John East, Rockingham! 76 2. Chris Wilkes, Winston-Salem! 76 4. Craig Cathey, Burlington! 79 John East won playoff A Flight (17 entries) 1. Chuck Smith, Sanford! 72 2. Dave LeVeque, Greensboro! 78 2. Jack Stanley, Summerfield! 78 4. Gerald Lewis, Greensboro! 79 5. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 80 6. Rob Andrews, Jamestown! 81 B Flight (19 entries) 1. Ron Tapscott, Walkertown! 79 3. Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! 81 4. Jim Shermer, Lewisville! 82 7. John Lindsay, Lexington! 83 C Flight (14 entries) 1. Rudy Binder, Greensboro! 88 4. Ed McNally, Graham! 93 4. Mike Hunter, Greensboro! 93 6. Mike Charles, Winston-Salem! 96 Challenge GC, Graham • Sept. 13 Championship Flight (2 entries) 1. Craig Sturdivant, Sanford! 76 2. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 79 A Flight (12 entries) 1. Gerald Lewis, Greensboro! 76 3. Dave LeVeque, Greensboro! 80 3. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 80 6. Michael Kindley, Winston-Salem! 82 B Flight (12 entries) 3. Jim Shermer, Lewisville! 82 5. Rob Geilhausen, Linwood! 85 6. Ron Tapscott, Walkertown! 87 C Flight (11 entries) 2. Mike Reid, Greensboro! 87 4. Mike Charles, Winston-Salem! 91 5. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 93 5. Mike Hunter, Greensboro! 93 Umstead Pines GC, Durham • Sept. 6 Championship Flight (3 entries) 1. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 75 A Flight (12 entries) 1. Gus Alford, Zebulon! 71 2. Dave LeVeque, Greensboro! 76 B Flight (12 entries) 1. John Lindsay, Lexington! 80 3. Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! 82 3. Rob Geilhausen, Linwood! 82 C Flight (12 entries) 1. Ed McNally, Graham! 85 5. Mike Charles, Winston-Salem! 91 5. Don Michaux, Greensboro! 91

Laidback Tour

Forest Oaks CC, Greensboro • Sept. 12 A Flight (8 entries) 1. Mark Dill, Pelham! 75 2. Fran Hensley, Ridgeway, Va.! 75 3. Mike Reynolds, Blairs, Va.! 76 4. Steve Manley, Reidsville! 77 4. Steve Cummings, Wentworth! 77 Dill birdied first playoff hole B Flight (7 entries) 1. Lyle Heath, Wentworth! 83 3. Dave Voss, Greensboro! 85 C Flight (8 entries) 1. Willard Vicks, Danville, Va.! 84 2. Mike Asbury, Callands, Va.! 86 87 3. Mike Pritchett, Danville, Va.! 3. Red Thompson, Ringgold, Va.! 87 D Flight (2 entries) 1. Curtis Smith, Greensboro! 97 Caswell Pines, Yanceyville • Sept. 4 A Flight (4 entries) 1. Fran Hensley, Ridgeway, Va.! 76 2. Steve Cummings, Wentworth! 76 Hensley won playoff on 2nd hole B Flight (8 entries) 1. Mike Reynolds, Blairs, Va.! 82 2. Bob Foyle, Yanceyville! 84 2. David Wilson, Fayetteville! 84 4. Tom Simmons, Wentworth! 87 C Flight (9 entries) 1. Jimmy Watlington, Yanceyville! 82 1. Mike Asbury, Callands, Va.! 82 3. Willard Vicks, Danville, Va.! 87 4. Tony Burtt, Providence! 88 4. Randy McCann, Greensboro! 88 D Flight (4 entries) 1. John Horton, Huddleston, Va.! 93

Club Championships



for other discounts❋


MEN Jamestown Park • Sept. 22-23 Brad Coleman! 76-71--147 Brad Speed! 74-76--150 Jay McGhee! 74-81--155


Pudding Ridge GC • Sept. 8-9 Michael Spillman! 67-73--140 Kerry Cooke! 70-72--142 John Landon! 72-71--143


Tr i a d

Meadowlands GC • Sept. 8-9 Richard Krapfel! 153 Brad Helms! 159 Willie Pennell! 160 Mill Creek GC • Sept. 8-9 Kameron Jones ! 75-73--148 Kellen LaBonte ! 73-76--149 Brad Deal ! 81-71--152






High Point CC • Aug. 24-26 Chris Cassetta! 68-72-74--214 Curtis Brotherton! 79-67-72--218 Connor Sock! 71-78-69--218 Hardin Councill! 76-71-76--223 Colonial CC • Aug. 18-19 Mick Terry! 76-74--150 Craig Stroup! 76-75--151 Faron Skeen! 75-78--153 Brooks Brock! 79-76--155 Greensboro National • Aug. 18-19 Bret Kinney! 69-71--140 Matt Gdovin! 74-77--151 Phil Huffman! 76-81--157 Jeff Cunningham! 75-85--160


Starmount Forest CC • Aug. 11-12 Charlie Tate III! 70-74--144 LADIES Mill Creek GC • Sept. 8-9 Kathy Cho! 88-87--175 Janis Murray ! 92-91--183 Joanne Hodgdon ! 88-96--184 High Point CC • Aug. 25-26 Madison Harriman! 78-76--154 Gina Gilchrist! 95-90--185 Cathy Sealey! 104-94--198 Ann Weiland! 108-98--206

New Cleveland RTX 4 wedges with most aggressive face-milling yet!

Colonial CC • Aug. 18-19 Sook Hee Yang! 76-71--147 Starmount Forest CC • Aug. 11-12 Kelly Whitley! 83-81--164 Seniors (Aug. 4-5) Maria Malone! 80-79--159 SENIORS Jamestown Park • Sept. 22-23 Commie Johnson! 77-86--163 John Maynard! 84-82--166 Super Seniors George Kennon! 75-76--151 John Parker! 78-74--152


Meadowlands GC • Sept. 8-9 Super Seniors Ron Krull! 154 Henry Watson! 155 Dan Huss! 156 Mill Creek GC • Sept. 8-9 Young Cho! 71-77--148 Dan Bruce! 77-79--156 Herbert Taylor! 72-79--158 High Point CC • Aug. 25-26 Barry Sikes! 69-79--148 Frank Saxon! 81-73--154 Mike Bivins! 79-77--156 Jim Carmichael! 81-77--158 Legends Division (age 70-up) Willie Foley! 83-82--165 Charlie Myers! 84-87--171 Bob Crawford! 90-86--176 Pennrose Park CC • Aug. 11-12 Patrick Brady! 71-67–138 Rick Walker! 69-73–142 Kevin Hipp"! 68-76–144 Tony Nichols! 75-72–147 Starmount Forest CC • Aug. 4-5 Todd Kinley! 74-77--151

Certified to Fit:

17+ years experience in Loft/Lie Adjustments Get instant feedback on our range!

Demo Clubs Available TRIAD GOLF TODAY • FALL 2018


Turn static files into dynamic content formats.

Create a flipbook
Issuu converts static files into: digital portfolios, online yearbooks, online catalogs, digital photo albums and more. Sign up and create your flipbook.