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Wyndham Championship, corporate, ticket sales brisk following pandemic year By DAVID DROSCHAK


pproaching the two-month mark from its Aug. 12-15 dates, the Wyndham Championship has a game plan that includes its loyal legion of sponsors, tens of thousands of fans and a top-notch field. In other words, normalcy is near for longtime tournament director Mark Brazil, who is celebrating 20 years on the job with an event that on the surface appears to be clear of COVID-19 restrictions. One year after crowning a champion without fans in attendance because of state of North Carolina pandemic restrictions, Brazil is planning on at least 15,000 fans per day at the longstanding PGA tournament in the Triad, along with an additional 3,000 sponsors and their guests. And depending on the circumstances a month or so from now, that number could increase at host site Sedgefield Country Club. “It would be our call (to increase attendance) with the blessing of the PGA Tour,” Brazil said. “There are some tournaments that have turned the spigot on but I have been fairly conservative with all of this. We just want to be in a spot that if things went bad or got worse for any particular reason we would be able to kind of stay where we are. But if the numbers of COVID infections are down further and deaths are down and vaccinations are up, and people are feeling more confident then I’m going to feel more confident about it. I’m studying the state’s numbers every day and I am not making a political statement but the more people who get vaccinated the better in terms of herd immunity it will all be.”

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Lessons Learned Dona Lerner, Kathy Bounds have changed thousands of young lives By David Droschak





pend more than five minutes with Dona Lerner and Kathy Bounds and it’s evident there is a true division of labor in the well-oiled machine that is the Dona Lerner Golf Academy. Lerner is the face of the business while Bounds is the worker bee. The common ground is a love for the game and the thousands of young lives they’ve touched in the state of North Carolina and beyond with equal parts golf and life lessons. The line is blurred for many of the students they have taught from South Carolina to Virginia, from North Raleigh to New Bern, hard to distinguish what “lesson” is more beneficial as the junior golfers have advanced from puberty to productive adults. “For me, it has always been about the relationships,” Lerner said. “Golf is a by-product.” The two will retire from their Brier Creek Country Club location in September, leaving behind a legacy that will be difficult, if not impossible to replace. They will head to Hilton Head to unplug, but they both may find that task more of a challenge than filling their retirement days with pickle ball games, some much missed time on the links or sipping fine wine. Many among their dedicated fan base across many sectors of golf knew this day would come since Lerner will turn 62 this winter and Bounds is 68. Still, the recent announcement was met with equal parts joy and sadness from students and their parents. Triad Golf Today and Triangle Golf Today will host a golf tournament on Aug. 2 at Devils Ridge in Holly Springs to honor the two award-winning golf instructors. Details on that event will be available in the coming weeks. Over the last decade, Lerner and Bounds have placed more than 50 golfers in college and influenced countless lives. It’s not uncommon for the Dona Lerner Golf Academy to teach 35 lessons a day while embracing its motto of “Hard Work Pays Off.” “A lot of my players will stay in touch with me from a coaching perspective, helping them with their heads and understanding golf, but I am hoping I will be able to walk away,” Lerner said. “But I will be honest, I anticipate several lesson inquires.” When asked, Bounds said she will not be changing her cell phone number. “I still want anyone who I ever taught to know I am there for them,” Bounds said. “I run our Early Starter Program and just the other day when we made the announcement of the retirement one parent told me ‘this is going to be so hard because my kid gets up at 8 o’clock in the morning and gets dressed and wants to know if he can go to the course, and the program doesn’t even start for them until 2 p.m.’ For a 3- or 4-year old to be that excited to come and learn, now that’s very rewarding.” High school coaches and junior tournament spectators can tell if one of their players is a graduate of the Dona Lerner Golf Academy – toes on the line, shirt tucked in, emotions in check. “With Dona, it’s about more than golf, it’s about developing,” said Megan Kanaby of Chapel Hill, now a star player for Washington and Lee University who has been receiving lessons from Lerner for a remarkable 16 years. “Yes, she is the greatest at developing your golf game, but she teaches us that golf is a game of integrity, sportsmanship; a lot of the lessons you learn on the golf course can


be applied to other areas of life.” Both Lerner and Bounds plan to remain heavily involved in running tournaments, including the U.S. Kids World Championship qualifier events. “Dona Lerner is a true superstar and has an unmatched passion for teaching the game of golf,” said Peter Stilwell, President of Tarheel Communications Solutions and the marketing and operations arm for U.S. Kids in Pinehurst. “Her drive and dedication to introduce, improve and perfect the golf swings of her students is amazing, and growing the game of golf is part of her DNA.” “When I became a golf professional all I wanted to do was help families carve out time together using golf as a vehicle,” Lerner said. “Everyone told me I would be poor, and now 23 years later everybody wants to know the secret.” Bounds, who as a youth caddied for her father at a local Laurinburg course, played on the first women’s golf team at N.C. State, and was an accomplished amateur golfer prior to turning pro. She played on seven Southeastern Women’s Amateur teams, representing North Carolina in the six-state event. Bounds was also ranked in the top 10 female amateurs in the state by the CGA for a decade, winning the 1986 World Golf Championship. Her love for the game blossomed under the tutelage of Hall of Famer Peggy Kirk Bell at Pine Needles Resort, where Bounds spent several years as an intern. “I talked to coach Bell about going on Tour and what I needed to do, but it was just financially impossible so I went into the working world,” Bounds said. Meanwhile, Lerner’s first love was horses and she was a world-class rider before breaking her back in a fall in competition in Canada at the age of 14. After a stint as a golf instructor, she landed in the automobile glass replacement business for 18 years from 1981-1998 before launching her “second” teaching career. “I traveled 37 weeks a year and it was a very grueling job,” Lerner said of her life before the Dona Lerner Golf Academy. “I used to have to look at the license plate on the rental car to see what state I was in. I remember calling my dad from Colorado Springs and telling him I was done, that I was going to retire and was going to pursue the LPGA – and then I held the phone away from my ear

because I was making a lot of money and I thought he was going to rip me. But I heard – ‘It’s about damn time.’ The rest is history.” Lerner, who launched her academy at The Preserve at Jordan Lake before moving to Brier Creek Country Club, and Bounds had been friends for years before connecting on a business level in 2009. “When my business career came to an end I came to Dona and asked what I could do because I didn’t want to go back to a cubicle,” Bounds said. “So we set out a path to get my Class A Professional teaching certificate.” Business partnerships can often be difficult, but Lerner and Bounds feed off each other’s strengths, and seldom, if ever, cross into each other’s territory. “In our partnership we have a very clear division of labor and we never overlap each other, we never compete with each other, we’re on the same page. I am the admin, I am the ops, I am the marketing, the strategic face, and Kathy is the behind-the-scenes, organizer, coordinator, get-it-done, hard worker, physical – she does all the things I’m not good at. Together we could really run the world,” Lerner said. “So, together we just trust one another, we talk about everything we’re going to do in a process. We recently had a 190-player event in Southern Pines, and we were absolutely 100 percent on the same page about it all. Our events run smoothly because we don’t compete with each other. We get there and we both go in our different directions and at the end of the weekend it’s all done.” With everything firing on all cylinders as golf interest skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the two will walk away knowing they built a lasting legacy. However, Lerner remembers the early struggles establishing a foothold in the market. “I remember meeting with a couple of directors of golf asking for a position as outside staff and I was told I would have to learn how to get up at Dark 30 and go to bed at Dark 30, and they thought I was too soft to do that. But (professional) Fran James gave me a job at the Golf Center (in Durham) and that’s where it all started. She was wonderful and very supportive of me. From there things evolved and I went to the Preserve. I went to everything I could go to – every Boys Club, every Girls Club, every youth group, every YMCA – everything, just to get out there because I always wanted to teach families and kids. The wall in the DLGA office is covered with a massive amount of awards and honors that these two professional teachers have garnered. Both are LPGA Class A members, US Kids directors, Master US Kids teachers, LPGA/USGA site directors and North Carolina high school golf coaches. Lerner’s accomplishments range from prep coach of the year to LPGA Southeast Teacher of the Year with national honors to being named the 2017 National LPGA Junior Leader of the Year, as well as a Top 100 LPGA instructor. “Here we are 23 years later and we’ve made a little bit of a footprint,” Lerner said. “It is because we had a vision and we never, ever waivered from it. To this day it is still my vision, and even though we’re going to walk away from the lessons and coaching business, we are not going to walk away from the tournament business. We are still going to watch these kids that we started and spent so much time with and their families, we’re going to watch them grow and develop. That’s the reward.” Well done ladies, well done. TRIAD GOLF TODAY • JULY 2021



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he list of champions from prestigious tournaments staged at the Country Club of North Carolina in Pinehurst dating to the early 1970s is beyond impressive. That list includes Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw, Hal Sutton and current club member and PGA Tour star Webb Simpson. Is the next winner at the 73rd U.S. Junior Amateur Championship in late July at CCNC destined to be golf’s next big thing? We’ll see, but the first in a series of USGA championships will be staged July 19-24 with an expanded field of 264 players at the private club’s Dogwood and Cardinal layouts. This elite junior championship, which will include golfers from at least 16 foreign countries along with local club member and reigning 4-A state champion Jackson Van Paris, is a prelude to the 2022 U.S. Women’s Open at Pine Needles and the 2024 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2. 10


The winner of the grueling two days of stroke play and then six matches required to be crowned the U.S. Junior Amateur champion will secure a spot on the 2022 U.S. Open and bragging rights as one of the best junior golfers in the world. “This is one of the greatest championships in junior golf because of its remarkable championship history, it takes place at golf’s grandest venues, and it’s considered the U.S. Open of junior golf,” said Greg Sanfilippo, U.S. Junior Amateur Championship Director. “There are 57 sectional qualifying sites, nearly 3,400 entries and only 264 players will earn a spot through qualifying,” added Sanfilippo. “That’s not a great percentage, so the players who earn their way here have really earned it. We’re not an invitational; we let players earn their way into this championship.” The Dogwood course, renovated in 2016 by Greensboro-based architect Kris Spence, is ranked the third-best layout in North Carolina, while the Cardinal is ranked 16th. The field was set to be

expanded by more than 100 golfers last year at Inverness, but COVID-19 cancelled that championship, so CCNC will be the first location to field 264 competing juniors. “We came up with a Plan A two years ago and well, here comes COVID, so all of the sudden we have no template to go by at Inverness, which was going to have the first expanded field. All the sudden we’re pivoting into Plan B and asking committee chairs to come up with a doable plan. And nobody grumbled,” said Robby Bennett, general chairman of the championship. “What comes with the expanded field is finding a site with two golf courses that support a USGA championship test, and there is great infrastructure within the grounds here at CCNC and we find two championship ready golf courses,” added Sanfilippo. “Both are remarkable and they will challenge these players. The USGA will strike a balance of tough yet fair test of golf through our presentation of rough management, course firmness, hole

locations, teeing ground locations. This will be the most comprehensive test within its demographics.” Simpson won the Southern Amateur here in 2007, and decorated junior player Van Paris comes in as one of the favorites considering his course knowledge and overall skill level. “It’s obviously exciting to have somebody from the host club playing in the event,” Sanfilippo said. “There are going to be 263 other players that Jackson will be thinking about but there is an element of the excitement, not only for the club but for the local media as well. “Jackson has played a lot of golf. He has been under pressure before and he has won AJGA major championships, so it’s not anything that he hasn’t walked yet. I think he’ll enjoy it.” Former U.S. Junior Amateur winners Buddy Baker (1958) and John Crooks (1967) said local knowledge is very important. Baker is a current CCNC member, while Crooks defeated Continued on page 11 www.triadgolf.com

Young Guns from page 10 Andy North for his title and is the longtime men’s and women’s golf coach at Campbell University in Buies Creek. “They need to walk around and look at the courses because the yardage listed for the courses, especially going into the greens, on most holes you are hitting uphill so they will play longer,” Baker said. “And on some of the greens if you hit it too far to the back you are in real trouble. You need to make sure you know where to hit it, but more importantly where not to hit it.” “This is one of the greatest golf courses in the United States,” Crooks added about the Dogwood layout. “When you are playing a great golf course that means every pin placement is going to require a different strategy. The person who can come in here and get comfortable, the person who can be the most observant during their practice rounds and absorb all the nuisances of the course, will have a good chance.” Previous winners who have also won at least one U.S. Open include Johnny Miller, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth. “At the end of the day we want the

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Champion Hills synonymous with four-season golf, elevated lifestyle By DAVID DROSCHAK


all of fame golf course architect Tom Fazio loves to rattle off his favorite features of mountain golf in North Carolina -hills, terrain, elevation, framing, definition, trees, natural streams, waterfalls. “All of these things come with the territory and then it’s just a matter of how you fit it in, how you make it work,” Fazio said. One of Fazio’s “early designs” was Champion Hills outside of Hendersonville, a 6,527-yard layout situated at elevations that reach to 3,000 feet yet the area retains a temperate four-season playability that has allowed the private club established in 1988 to gain in popularity over the last decade. Course executives have noted a recent trend where dozens of folks have sold their second homes in warmer climates and moved to Champion Hills permanently, while others from out-of-state have been lured to the club by its spirit of community, stunning scenery and spectacular signature Fazio golf. “People coming here are golf fanatics and looking to come to this fabulous town in western North Carolina that has a great reputation for a place to be, a great place to retire and enjoy all the environments that are here,” said Fazio, who still maintains an office in a building he purchased along Main Street. “We used to call it the ‘offseason’ and now we call it the winter season and the summer season,” said Champion Hills general manager Dana Schultz. “If the weather is good for a 10-day stretch it’s not uncommon that we’ll have a chili cookoff or something like that to get people out golfing. Fazio hand-picked the property that would comprise his “home course” layout that is affectionately called his “Mountain Masterpiece.” 14


“Fazio’s big demand was to touch it before any real estate touched it, so he got to lay out the course the way he saw it and that was very unusual for the day,” said Heather Myers, director of membership at Champion Hills. “This is one of his original courses and Tom has a lot of passion for Hendersonville and this golf course, and it shows every time he is here,” added Schultz. “He raised his kids in Hendersonville. Prospects know that and they are often reminded that it’s home for Tom.” Hendersonville, with a population of around 15,000, is located about 100 miles from Charlotte, 170 miles from Atlanta and 250 miles from Raleigh in a quaint corner of western North Carolina that is a peaceful throwback to yesteryear with a downtown filled with culinary treats, craft beer and delicious desserts. Myers notes that 63 percent of Champion Hills members and residents are now classified as year-round, compared to around 40-42 percent a decade ago. “We do have bent grass greens, tees and fairways so the golf course is pretty all year long,” Myers said. “The change in year-round members has been pretty cool to see. That doesn’t mean our people don’t travel in January and February, but they are gone for just a couple of weeks and then they come back. It is never really fully quiet here.” The expansive clubhouse, sitting at one of the highest points on the property, features breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding mountain range, and farm-to-table food from local farms. “This view does not get old -- not in any season, not in any weather,” Myers said. “Even when it is foggy, and it rolls out it looks kind of mystical. Every season is perfect here.” “For me, designing Champion Hills was like second nature, like taking candy from a baby,” Fazio said of the prime property and his affinity for designing mountain courses.

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Greensboro golfer doubles up on aces at Bryan Park By STEVE WILLIAMS


ordon Johnson had five holes-inone in his long golf career when he teed it up on May 26. He left the Players Course at Bryan Park with seven. It was an incredible day on the links – never before seen at the popular 36-hole venue that opened in 1974. The 68-year old Greensboro resident, who has been golfing since he was 5 years old, starred in high school at Grimsley and went on to earn NAIA All-America honors while playing collegiately at Lenior-Rhyne. His first ace came during his college years at the original Rock Barn course in Hickory. He also remembered others at Tobacco Road, Oak Island and Olde Point. So it wasn’t anything to get too excited about when he made his sixth career ace on Bryan Park’s fifth hole with a 9-iron from 142 yards. But when he found his ball in the cup on No. 17 to give him two aces on the day – now that was a little different. “I was absolutely stunned,” Johnson said. “I had heard about it happening before when I worked out at Forest Oaks. That’s incredible.” While he saw the ball roll in the cup on No. 5, the ace on No. 17 with a 5-iron from 171 yards was a surprise. “We thought George Hannaum had made a hole-in-one because he hit a good shot. But when we got up there to the green, we saw his ball just to the left of the hole. Then I saw where my ball mark was, I knew it had to be in the hole.” Chip Beard, the third member of the group that day, encouraged Johnson to keep the ball and have it mounted or framed. But that would be something new for Johnson as he hadn’t kept mementoes from his previous aces. “We were really pretty subdued,” Beard said of the stunning turn of events. “A lot of people go bananas for something like that but we were just like ‘damn, another one.’” Johnson capped off his round with a birdie on the par-4 18th for a 74. “That’s always a tough hole for me so it was nice to finish 1-3.” A triple bogey on No. 7 kept him from breaking par. Johnson, who shot a second-round 63 at Green Valley Country Club while winning the Greensboro City Amateur in 1975, says he’s just an occasional golfer these days although he works part-time at Greensboro Country Club. 16


Gordon Johnson now has seven career holes-in-one after two in the same round at Bryan Park. Playing partner Chip Beard photographed Johnson retrieving the ball from the 17th hole on the Players Course after the second ace.

“I don’t even have a handicap because I don’t play tournament golf anymore,” he said. “It was just a lucky shot.” Other great shots reported to Triad Golf Today since our June issue follow.

Par-4 Aces Garland Swiney of Lexington, June 19, Lexington GC. No. 17, 259 yards. Playing partners: Randy Swiney, Colin Walser, Buddy Sink. His sixth ace. Larry Pierce of Thomasville, June 18, Lexington GC. No. 13, 258 yards. Playing partners: Leonard Laws, Wayne Register.

Par-3 Aces Doug Singleton of Reidsville, June 25, Wolf Creek GC. No. 2, 125 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Bill Wilson, Mark Wilson, Rodney Wilson. Howard Lee of Greensboro, June 20, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 13, 90 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partner: Alex Lee. His first ace. Jim Yeatts of Reidsville, June 17, Monroeton GC. No. 5, 90 yards, 9-wood. Playing partners: Sam Nelson, Dan Hobbs, Mark Donaldson. His fourth ace. Hunter Hall of Boonville, June 17, Pinehurst Cradle. No. 9, 105 yards, gap wedge. Playing partners: Ethan Hutchens, Eli Sloan, Sam Hall. His first ace. Cindy Corlett of Lexington, June 17, Lexington GC. No. 16, 117 yards. Eddie Streetman, Carlton Sealey, Richard Cross. Jay Farabee of Winston-Salem, June 13, Reynolds Park GC. No. 2, 155 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Howard Ward, Daniel Ferguson, Brandon Staton. His second ace. Jerry Adams of East Bend, June 12, Olde Homeplace GC. No. 3, 114 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Jamie Kimbrall, Jimmy Cooper, Phillip Colbert. His second ace. Hunter Blakely of Reidsville, June 11, Wolf Creek GC. No. 18, 155 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Calvin Blakely, Jim Dyson, James Shelton. Gary Humiston of Greensboro, June 6, Caswell Pines GC. No. 17, 136 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Kyle Maloney, Matt Scalcione. His first ace.

Kim Domineco of Greensboro, June 9, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 14, 85 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Sierra Domenico, Romina Domenico. First career ace. Frank Prendergast of Winston-Salem, June 7, Reynolds Park GC. No. 2, 130 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Mitch Yochum, Tick Squires, Randy Johnson. Sean Doohan of Summerfield, June 5, Monroeton GC. No. 12, 127 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partner: Dave Perdue. His first ace. Fred Cox of Reidsville, June 1, Oak Hills GC. No. 15, 145 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners:

Wallace Early, Damon Roach, Mike Shelton. His first ace. Danny Hunter of Greensboro, May 26, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 2, 120 yards, 6-hybrid. His fourth ace. James Joyce of Clemmons, May 27, Olde Homeplace GC. No. 13, 156 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Michael Stover, Gordon Dick, Steve Nash. His third ace. Chris Rowlett of Greensboro, May 26, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 7, 115 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Jack McDowell, Bob Christy. Joe Darnell of Advance, May 25, Tanglewood (Reynolds). No. 8, 162 yards, 7-iron. Playing partner: Bob Gammon. His first ace. Mickey Holcomb of Jonesville, May 24, Silo Run GC. No. 7, 106 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Robert Hudler, Devon Swaim. His third ace. Jeff Keller of Danville, May 22, Goodyear GC. No. 12, 9-iron. Playing partner: Shawn Wentz. His first ace. Cecil Honaker of Martinsville, Va., May 22, Forest Park CC. No. 14, 147 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Johnny Edens, Rick Gilbert, Eddie Gilbert. His second career ace came in the Forest Park Invitational. Larry White of Trinity, May 20, Asheboro CC. No. 6, 138 yards, sand wedge. Playing partners: Terry Cross, Bill Harris, Hoyt Cranford. His first ace; has been playing 54 years. Al Jaynes of Asheboro, May 9, Densons Creek GC. No. 11, 130 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Gary Caviness, Sonny Cagle, Kenny Dunlap. His third ace, all at Densons Creek on different holes. David Seel of Pleasant Garden, April 23, Forest Oaks CC. No. 8, 135 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Dave Bumgarner, Bobby Johnson, Al Lamachio. His third ace.

It’s happened before at Triad courses


he chance of making two holesin-one in the same round is an extremely rare occurrence, with something like 67 million-to-1 odds. Gordon Johnson’s feat on May 26 at Bryan Park was the fourth time we’ve reported it happening at a Triad golf course since the magazine was founded. And we’re in our 28th year. Here’s the result of our research into the previous two-for-one round acemakers:

Aug. 3, 2003

Daniel Ernstberger of Chapel Hill at Salem Glen CC in Clemmons. He aced No. 8 and No. 12.

Nov. 21, 2003

David Wall of Liberty at Mill Creek GC in Mebane. He aced No. 8 and 17.

Oct. 31, 2016

Mike Weill of Mebane at Mill Creek GC in Mebane. Holes were Nos. 8 and 13.

◆◆◆ Editor’s notes: Although it doesn’t officially count as two aces in one round, Al Stewart of Greensboro had two aces on same day at Forest Oaks on March 23, 2019. He aced the 17th hole of first round and the third hole of his second 18 ... also noted was Lindsey Walker of Reidsville making two aces on the same hole (No. 2) at Wolf Creek Golf Club in the same round. It was back in the 1960s or 1970s when Wolf Creek was a ninehole course ... If you know of others who have accomplished the feat at a Triad course (see the map on pages 12 and 13), let us know. Email Steve Williams at triadgolf@ mac.com or call 336-280-3722.





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61st North Carolina Amateur Championship Lonnie Poole GC at N.C. State University (par 72) June 17-20 1. Nicholas Mathews, Mebane! 71-70-70-68--279 2. Nick Lyerly, Salisbury! 73-69-70-67--279 3, Kurtis Grant, Southern Pines! 71-70-72-69--282 4. Tim Bunten, Concord! 74-73-67-70--284 4. Ben Woodruff, Huntersville! 71-68-68-77--284 4. Spencer Oxendine, Fayetteville! 69-78-64-73--284 Selected others from field of 140 9. Noah Connor, Reidsville! 75-66-78-68--287 9. Davis Womble, Winston-Salem! 78-68-70-71--287 23. Stuart Fuller, Winston-Salem! 73-75-70-74--292 25. Matthew Younts, Greensboro! 74-72-76-71--293 28. Thomas Bonney, Greensboro! 75-75-75-69--294 39. Caden Baker, Mebane! 76-71-73-77--297 39. Caleb Keck, Concord! 72-74-74-77--297 53. Chad Wilfong, Charlotte! 74-74-74-78--300 55. Grady Newton, Wallburg! 73-76-75-78–302 Notes: Nicholas Mathews parred the first playoff hole to get past Nick Lyerly … Mathews birdied the 16th and 17th holes to highlight a final-round 68 that enabled him to rally from a fourshot deficit after 54 holes … Mathews is a rising sophomore at N.C. State University where Lonnie Poole is the home course … it was his second CGA title (2020 N.C. Amateur Match Play) … Lyerly, who became the N.C. Am’s youngest champ when he won the title in 2016, fired the lowest score in the final round with 68. 95th Carolinas Women’s Amateur Championship Rolling Hills Country Club, Monroe (par 72) June 10-12 Championship Division 1. Emily Hawkins, Lexington! 72-74-69--215 2. Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem! 72-71-75--218 3. Anna Morgan, Spartanburg, SC! 73-75-72--220 3. Sophia Burnett, Bluffton, SC! 73-74-73--220 3. Jodee Tindal, Rock Hill, SC! 69-73-78--220 6. Ellen Yu, Greensboro! 78-72-71--221 6. Anna Howerton, Winston-Salem! 72-76-73--221 6. Kiera Bartholomew, Wake Forest! 70-76-75--221 Selected others from field of 77 11. Carrie Catherine Ganim, Greensboro! 73-77-73--223

14. Victoria Ladd, Greensboro! 17. Mallory Fobes, East Bend! 30. Sasha Hayes, Winston-Salem! 38. Madison Isaacson, Greensboro! Carolinas Division 1. Pam Prescott, Piedmont, SC! 2. Peyton O’Brien, Clemson, SC! Selected others from field 24 17. Katherine DeVore, High Point!

70-80-74--224 74-75-76--225 78-73-81--232 77-76-81--234 74-71-72--217 75-77-80--232 85-86-90--261

13th Carolinas Super Senior Championship Country Club of South Carolina, Florence (par 72) June 7-8 65+ Division 1. John Dennis, Greenville, SC! 70-70--140 2. Robert Parrott, Raleigh! 73-68--141 3. Lennie Barton, Raleigh! 69-73--142 4. Johnny Elam, Charlotte! 74-69--143 4. Russ Perry, Winston-Salem! 73-70--143 4. Doug Owens, Albemarle! 72-71--143 4. Joe Hendrick, Chesterfield, SC! 70-73--143 8. Paul Simson, Raleigh! 70-74--144 Selected others from field of 78 13. Kim Mansfield, Jackson Springs! 78-71--149 31. Lawrence Hicks, Greensboro! 77-78--155 70+ Division 1. Arlis Pike, Kernersville! 68-74--142 2. Carey Hite, Columbia, SC! 75-68--143 2. Michael Fisher, Pittsboro! 70-73--143 Selected others from field of 71 11. Ernie Newton, Winston-Salem! 73-77--150 17. J Lawson, Greensboro! 72-79--151 26. Charlie Parks, Asheboro! 75-79--154 42. Robert Crawford, Winston-Salem! 84-78--162 44. Rob Beasley, Greensboro! 78-85--163 6th Carolinian Amateur Championship Keith Hills GC (Orange-Black), Buies Creek • Par 72 May 21-23 1. Tim Bunten, Concord! 67-71-74--212 2. Graham Chase, Charlotte! 75-71-67--213 2. Mason Tucker, Lancaster, SC! 73-72-68--213 4. Colum Knight, Raleigh! 73-69-72--214 Selected others from field of 176 15. Michael Childress, Salisbury! 72-70-77--219

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Saturday-Sunday, July 24-25 Men and Senior Divisions


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27. Blake Brantley, Winston-Salem! 31. Noah Connor, Reidsville! 36. Josh Spell, Archdale! 51. Caden Baker, Mebane! 56. Jake Clayton, Burlington! 59. Ryan Hodges, Greensboro! 64. Carson Castelli, Greensboro! 64. Will Suddreth, Jamestown!

74-73-75--222 77-73-73--223 72-80-72--224 78-73-77--228 74-77-78--229 77-73-80--230 77-75-80--232 75-78-79--232

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Selected finishers from Triad (top half of division) Greensboro CC (Farm Course) • June 21 Men Long Tees (12 entries) 2. Mark Nieters, Winston-Salem-Stephen Dunn, Boonville! 69 5. Taylor Zimmerman-Joe Wood, Elkin! 71 5. Kenny Flynn, Win-Salem-Chris Blankenship, Lexington! 71 Men Regular Tees • Flight 1 (8 entries) 2. Brian Stark, Jamestown-Robby Howerton, Clemmons! 68 3. Brian Hayes-Jason Beeson, Winston-Salem! 69 4. Jeffrey Bruce, Greensboro-Brian Johnson, McLeansville! 71 Men Regular Tees • Flight 2 (8 entries) 2. Patrick Allred, Whitsett-Ryan Moore, Elon! 74 Men Short Tees (14 entries) 4. Mark Marion, Win-Salem-James Kemerling, Lewisville! 69 5. Steven Snow, Mount Airy-Don Moore, Raleigh! 70 6. Gary Eubanks-Doug Talley, Greensboro! 71 6. Lee Noble, Walkertown-Michael Kindley, Winston-Salem! 71 Mixed (4 entries) 1. Meirong Lu-Kevin Buckman, Greensboro! 72 4. Mark Walker-Paige Walker, Greensboro! 80 Carolina Trace (Lake), Sanford • June 12 Men Regular Tees • Flight 1 (8 entries) 1. James Kemerling, Lewisville-Jim MacDonald, Vass! Mixed (9 entries) 1. Nicholas Mathews-Emily Mathews, Mebane! Old North State Club, New London • May 24 Men Long Tees (15 entries) 1. Richard Youden-Jonathan Jenkins, Winston-Salem! 4. Patrick Spaugh, Charlotte-Tyler Swann, Reidsville! 4. Nathan Baker, Clemmons-John Archer, Winston-Salem! 4. Tanner Koon, Rural Hall-Chris Koon, Simpsonville, SC! Men Regular Tees • Flight 2 (12 entries) 3. Patrick Allred, Whitsett-Jeffrey Petry, Elon! 6. Mark Jones, Burlington-Chris Jones, Wake Forest! Men Short Tees (9 entries) 2. Hugh Quinn, Lewisville-Scott Wearn, Winston-Salem!

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SENIOR ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS Lake Hickory CC (Catawba Springs), Hickory • June 22 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (10 entries) 5. Tom Fagerli, Yadkinville-Bill Long, Southern Pines! 76 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (10 entries) 5. Dale Slate, Advance-Herb Whitesell, Hickory! 76 Super Senior 65+ (14 entries) 2. Ron Shelton, Oak Ridge-Rick Chapman, Granite Falls! 73 4. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! 74 4. Jim Morgan, Greensboro-Sam Keziah, Southport! 74 Super Senior 70+ (11 entries) 5. Frank Morris, Winston-Salem-Phillip Greene, Charlotte! 76 Catawba CC, Newton • June 21 Super Senior 65+ (10 entries) 4. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! Laurel Ridge CC, Waynesville • May 25 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (15 entries) 1. Jeff Ferguson, Waynesville-Glenn Collins, Greensboro! 4. Brian Nason, Kernersville-David Larmour, Flat Rock! 4. Todd Armstrong, High Point-Johnny Helms, Mt. Holly! 7. Mark Marion-Larry Kiger, Winston-Salem! Super Senior 70+ (15 entries) 3. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! Country Club of Asheville • May 24 Super Senior 70+ (13 entries) 1. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson!

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Lynrock Memorial Lynrock GC, Eden (par 70) • June 12-13 Championship Flight (top 8 of 12) Joseph Poplin-R.J. Weaver! 61-66--127 Ronnie Fultz-Jerel Whiting! 64-65--129 Anthony Gammon-Jimmy Gammon! 64-66--130 Derek Ward-Tanner Bibey! 66-64--130 Matt Gammon-Donnie Scearce! 66-64--130 Landon Prillman-David Hudgins! 64-67--131 Patrick Brady-Matthew Younts! 65-66--131 A.J. Boyd-Keegan Denny! 66-65--131 First Flight (top 8 of 18) Robert Hoyt-Michael Wade! 69-63--132 Josh Lawrence-Wesley Patterson! 68-67--135 Steven Trent-Scott Trent! 68-67--135 68-68--136 Randy Gibson-Rand Gibson! Brian Reynolds-Brian Robinette! 70-66--136 Dan Hopkins-Mark Arrington! 70-66--136 Frank Ward-Donnie Owens! 69-69--138 Robbin Doss-David Baker! 69-69--138

Second Flight (top 6 of 18) David Stinson-Mark Dill! Richard Dyer-Joey Conner! Brandon Splanger-Jeff Largen! Jon Blackwell-Jamie Gilley! Johnny Kallam-Rod Hodge! Daniel Dominque-Ben Jones! Third Flight (top 5 of 27) Mike Sigmon-Chuck Jenkins! Steven Green-Ryan Green! Kris Kiser-Bo Birkholz! Johnny Hopkins-Robert Adkins! Hunter Walker-Chris Walker!

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Carolinas PGA

57th North Carolina Open Gaston CC, Gastonia • June 8-9 1. a-Spencer Oxendine, Fayetteville! 2. Burke Cromer, Columbia, SC! Selected others from field of 157 7. Tommy Gibson, Mount Airy! 7. a-Blake Brantley, Winston-Salem! 11. Brad Luebchow, Lewisville! 14. Troy Spencer, Charlotte! 19. Jimmy Flippen, Danville, Va.! 19. Brock Elder, Randleman! 29. John Carter, Cashiers! 29. Aaron O’Callaghan, Pfafftown! 29. a-Jack Marcotte, Greensboro! 48. Davis Richards, Kannapolis! 61. a-Chris Cassetta, High Point! 61. Savio Nazareth, Kernersville! 75. a-Noah Connor, Reidsville! North Carolina Senior Open Old North State Club, New London (par 72) • 1. a-Sherrill Britt, West End! 2. a-Todd Hendley, Columbus! 2. Steve Larick, Lexington, SC, $1,100 ! 4. Steve Isley, Oak Island, $880! Selected others from field of 110 7. John Faidley, Charlotte, $655! 19. a-Steven Kidd, Liberty! 23. Robert Linville, Greensboro, $260! 23. a-John Nieters, Bermuda Run! 28. Mitch Adams, Asheboro, $208! 34. Michael Hutcheon, High Point! 39. a-Wayne Parrish, Reidsville! 39. David Thore, Wilmington! 39. a-Harrison Rutter, Winston-Salem! 45. a-Todd Adams, Winston-Salem! 45. Jeff Crittenden, Greensboro! Super Seniors (65+) All Amateurs 1. John Fritz, Charlotte! 2. Anthony Smarrelli, Pinehurst! Selected others from field of 25 3. Kim Mansfield, Jackson Springs! 5. Patrick Smithey, Winston-Salem! 9. Russ Perry, Winston-Salem! 11. John Stratton, Greensboro! 11. Ernie Newton, Winston-Salem!

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Listing Triad area players in top half Hyland GC, Southern Pines June 13 Men A • Flight 1 (11 entries) 1. Richard Youden, Winston-Salem! 71 Men B (14 entries) 3. Jim Williams, Kernersville! 79 Senior Men A (6 entries) 1. James Kemerling, Lewisville! 71 3. Mark Henline, Whitsett! 73 Senior Men B (6 entries) 1. Mark Marion, Winston-Salem! 77 2. Tim Duhan, Greensboro! 85 Super Senior Men (15 entries) 1. Ray Copeland, Gibsonville! 70 2. Michael Burdick, McLeansville! 71 7. Larry Kiger, Winston-Salem! 80 Women (9 entries) 3. Meirong Lu, Greensboro! 81 Fort Mill GC, Fort Mill, SC May 25 Men A • Flight 2 (9 entries) 3. Brandon Sheng, Winston-Salem!


Amateur Individual

Asheboro City Amateur Holly Ridge GL - June 11 Asheboro Municipal GC - June 12 Pinewood CC - June 13 Championship Flight (top 10 of 16) J.D. Bass! 66-69-74--209 Sam Davidson! 72-69-70--211 Jake Clodfelter! 68-70-74--212 Gary Pugh! 72-73-69--214 Bradley Calloway! 72-69-75--216 Josh Turner! 72-75-71--218 Josh Spell! 70-75-74--219 Rob Elliott! 74-71-74--219 Steve Kidd! 74-70-78--222 Jeremy Campbell! 75-73-74--222 First Flight (top 6 of 15) Charlie Parks! 79-74-77--230 Lee Souther! 76-78-77--231 Andy Routh! 78-75-80--233 Zach Higgins! 74-82-78--234 Chas Welch! 74-78-83--235 Justin Holton! 80-75-80--235 Second Flight (top 6 of 15) Derrick Caudill! 81-81-76--238 Luke Hollingsworth! 73-88-78--239 Doug Fairrington! 81-83-76--240 Rickey Moran! 86-77-78--241 Chad Clark! 83-79-81--243 Randy McDowell! 84-78-82--244 Third Flight (top 5 of 15) Rick Trudgeon! 84-84-80--248 Graham Helsabeck! 93-75-81--249 Justin Rickard! 82-86-83--251 David Kemp! 78-92-84--254 Scott Hodge! 89-82-83--254 Fourth Flight (top 5 of 16) Tommy Haithcox! 84-95-88--267 Mark Lawson! 88-94-85--267 Brian Lanier! 92-87-89--268 Ryan Smith! 89-94-88--271 Matthew Wheless! 88-95-89--272 Super Senior (top 5 of 14) Kirby Cockman! 76-79-80--235 Keith Rich! 82-74-81--237 George Turner! 79-72-88--239 Frederick Dodge! 80-77-86-243 Dan Higgins ! 82-79-84--245 60th Forsyth Senior Championship Pine Knolls GC, Kernersville - June 17 Maple Chase, Winston-Salem - June 18 Senior Division (top 25 of 48) Kevin Logan ! 71-69--140 Chris Ingram ! 70-71--141 Chris Logan ! 66-76--142 Harrison Rutter ! 70-72--142 Todd Brown ! 71-71--142 Brad Helms ! 69-75--144 Gregor Howard ! 70-75--145 Lance Link ! 75-70--145 Dewayne Blakely ! 71-75--146 John Hampton ! 76-71--147 Jim Kemerling ! 73-76--149 Joey Howard ! 76-73--149 Mark Marion ! 70-80--150 Hugh Quinn ! 71-79--150 Randy Beeson ! 73-77--150 Flagge Stanfield ! 75-76--151 Russ Patterson ! 75-76--151 Richard Giles! 78-74--152 Tim Tuttle ! 75-78--153 Jon Southern ! 79-74--153


Pete Howard ! 74-80--154 Sonny Kiger ! 74-81--155 Ralph Harkness ! 75-80--155 Thomas Eustice ! 82-73--155 Jay Smith ! 77-79--156 Super Seniors 70+ (top 7 of 14) Arlis Pike ! 64-71--135 Jim Blaylock ! 67-74--141 John Welch ! 77-76--153 Michael Ford ! 82-79--161 Tony McGuire ! 80-82--162 Larry Stephenson ! 80-83--163 Randy Yates ! 83-81--164

Golfweek Am Tour

Listing Triad area players in top half Anderson Creek, Spring Lake June 19 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (6 entries) 1. Justin Lang! 74 B FLIGHT (12 entries) Tr i a d 1. Jason Smith, Tobaccoville! 85 C FLIGHT (14 entries) 5. Bobby Hutchison, Walnut Cove! 96 D FLIGHT (14 entries) 2. Keith Thomas, Greensboro! 94 4. David Rosier, Salisbury! 96

Women’s Public Golf Association Country Hills GC, Gibsonville June 16 Flight 1 (12 entries) 1. Bonnie Montgomery (Bryan Park)! 74 1. Nancy Cooper (Crooked Tree)! 74 Flight 2 (12 entries) 1. Odessie Gill (Greensboro National)! 88 2. Martha Ore (Greensboro National) ! 89 Flight 3 (14 entries) 1. Barbara Shoemaker (Oak Hollow)! 92 2. Carolyn Morgan (Meadowlands)! 94 Flight 4 (11 entries) 1. Elsie Frost (Crooked Tree)! 96 2. Eva Gustafsson (Bryan Park)! 98 Flight 5 (11 entries) 1. Carolyn Clapp (Country Hills)! 103 1. Jan Dondy (Country Hills)! 103

Challenge GC, Graham June 5 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (8 entries) 1. Craig Sturdivant, Sanford! 76 2. Kyle Moffett, Snow Camp! 78 4. Park Williams, Kernersville! 80 A FLIGHT (11 entries) 3. Cuong Ton, Greensboro! 76 B FLIGHT (19 entries) 1. Jason Smith, Tobaccoville! 82 3. Greg Groce, Germanton! 84 7. Brandon Storey, Mebane! 85 9. John Biggs, Mayodan! 88 C FLIGHT (8 entries) 1. Josh Simmons, Greensboro! 96 D FLIGHT (12 entries) 2. David Rosier, Salisbury! 93 4. Don Michaux, Greensboro! 97

Mill Creek GC, Mebane May 26 Flight 1 (9 entries) 1. Nancy Cooper (Crooked Tree) ! 79 2. Vickie Oakes (Greensboro National) ! 82 Flight 2 (10 entries) 1. Jean Catlin (Mill Creek) ! 83 2. Gayle Cook (Meadowlands) ! 89 Flight 3 (10 entries) 1. Buffy Gagnon (Gboro National) ! 90 2. LuAnne Serpas (Mill Creek) ! 90 Flight 4 (12 entries) 1. Joyce Dabbs (Country Hills) ! 89 2. Donna Norman (Challenge) ! 93 Flight 5 (11 entries) 1.Carol Vercaemert (Bryan Park) ! 102 2. Wanda Helms (Country Hills) ! 102

Stoney Creek GC, Whitsett May 22 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (6 entries) 1. Park Williams, Kernersville! 76 A FLIGHT (13 entries) 5. Cuong Ton, Greensboro! 80 6. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 84 B FLIGHT (15 entries) 2. Brian Glaze, Burlington! 77 3. John Biggs, Mayodan! 82 5. Greg Groce, Germanton! 83 C FLIGHT (13 entries) 1. Bobby Hutchison, Walnut Cove! 83 3. Edward McNally, Graham! 87 D FLIGHT (11 entries) 2. Bill Jones! 89

Forest Park Invitational Forest Park CC, Martinsville (par 72) May 22-23 Championship Flight Blake Carter ! 64-66--130 Jack Adkins ! 67-69--136 Kevin Counts ! 67-72--139 Keith Decker ! 70-70--140 Ronnie Fultz ! 67-73--140 Jerel Whiting ! 70-70--140 First Flight Adam Horsley ! 73-69--142 Dustin Hussey ! 73-74--147 Carson Nease ! 73-73--146 Cody Hearn ! 71-77--148 Clay Henson ! 75-77--152 Second Flight Travis Plaster ! 78-70--148 Danny Wyatt ! 76-73--149 Bryce Roach ! 79-77--156 Cole Simpson ! 77-79--156 78-79--157 Kylan Roberts ! Third Flight Brian Kallam ! 80-74--154 Mike Minter ! 80-77--157 Trey Harris ! 81-76--157 Chad Wright ! 81-80--161 Rick Gilbert ! 80-82--162 Fourth Flight Ezra Park ! 84-79--163 Austin White ! 83-80--163  Wayne Hankins ! 86-81--167 Mike Martin ! 89-78--167 Fifth Flight TJ Davis ! 91-83--174 Chip Brunner ! 97-100--197 Glen Mouyious ! 104-101--205 Senior Championship Flight Terry Carter ! 67-72--139 George Kasey ! 72-76--148 Billy Teegan ! 74-76--150 Tom Fagerli ! 74-77--151 First Flight Greg Surratt ! 80-74--154 Bill Frazier ! 80-78--158 Points Flight Kailei Minter ! +18 Frank Shelton ! +15 Bob Kovac ! +13

Listing Triad area players in top half Anderson Creek, Spring Lake June 17 A FLIGHT (19 entries) 2. CT Ton, Greensboro! 78 5. Ron Brady, McLeansville! 80 5. Howard Nemenz, Winston-Salem! 80 B FLIGHT (19 entries) 1. David Boger, Greensboro! 81 3. Gene Jones, Thomasville! 82 4. Dave Teague, Winston-Salem! 84 6. Michael Turbeville, Greensboro! 85 C FLIGHT (19 entries) 9. Kelly Brown, Kernersville! 95

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Challenge GC, Graham June 3 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (3 entries) 1. Craig Sturdivant, Sanford! 78 2. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 81 A FLIGHT (7 entries) 2. Ron Brady, McLeansville! 82 B FLIGHT (13 entries) 2. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 80 C FLIGHT (13 entries) 1. Terry Lunsford, Winston-Salem! 83 2. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 86 3. Greg Martin, Whitsett! 89 5. Cal Rogers, Graham! 93

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Greensboro CC Seniors Irving Park Course - June 26 Farm Course - June 27 Mark Rainosek! 69-78--147 Gary Rankin! 72-75--147 Kevin Green! 73-76--149 Pat Scully! 78-72--150 Rainosek won playoff on second hole Pennrose Park CC Seniors (June 12-13) Tab Haigler! 77-76--153 Steve Amos! 78-77--155 Steve Williams! 82-78–160 Jeff Morgan ! 83-77–160 Super Seniors (June 5-6) Steve Williams! 81-79--160 Steve Manley! 82-85--167

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Junior Golf Scoreboard CGA 54th NC Junior Boys’ Championship Roaring Gap Club, Roaring Gap, NC June 22-25, 2021 Finals Hampton Roberts d. Keenan Royalty 4&2 Semifinals Keenan Royalty d. Jonathan Honeywell 4&2 Hampton Roberts d. Owen Kose 2&1 Quarterfinals Jonathan Honeywell d. Daniel Boone 4&2 Keenan Royalty d. Ben Jordan 4&3 Owen Kose d. Eli Schmidly 4&3 Hampton Roberts d. Brad Grajzar 2&1

55th Twin States Junior Girls’ Championship Cleveland Country Club, Shelby, NC June 21-22, 2021 Girls Division - 6,097 1 Macy Pate, Winston-Salem 66-71--137 2 Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem 75-74--149 2 Nicole Nash, Charlotte 73-76--149 4 Anna Howerton, Winston-Salem 76-74--150 Selected Others 8 Leah Edwards, Greensboro 78-77--155 9 Gabriela Cruz, High Point 79-78--157 9 Mary-Paige King, Clemmons 79-78--157

25th NC Junior Girls’ Championship Catawba CC, Newton, NC June 15-18, 2021 Finals Macy Pate d. Sophie Lauture 3&2 Semifinals Macy Pate d. Nicole Nash 3&1 Sophie Lauture d. Morgan Ketchum 5&4 Quarterfinals Macy Pate d. Kinsley Smith 3&2 Nicole Nash d. Ella Perna 1 up Morgan Ketchum d. Kiera Bartholomew 6&5 Sophie Lauture d. Anna Howerton 3&2

TYGA Cardinal Junior Open The Cardinal by Pete Dye, Greensboro, NC June 23-24, 2021 Boys Division - 6,493 1 Gavin Deibler, Winston-Salem 69-75--144 2 William Cooper, Charlotte 71-74--145 2 James Baldauf, Apex 73-72--145 4 Cameron Lutterloh, Whitsett 70-76--146 Selected Others 5 Andrew Haarlow, Greensboro 76-71--147 6 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro 74-75--149 6 Alex Martin, Thomasville 72-77--149 19 Drew Walker, Advance 78-76--154 22 Arman Azlan, Greensboro 75-81--156 24 Connor Carter, Asheboro 82-75--157 24 Charlie Plate, Greensboro 76-81--157 28 Hunter Master, Oak Ridge 78-82--160 28 Zachary Liu, Clemmons 81-79--160 36 Landon Merrell, Salisbury 78-83--161 36 Christian Muthomi, Kernersville 82-79--161 43 Samuel Key, Greensboro 82-81--163 43 Nattapat Gunn Ruangrat, 83-80--163 Winston Salem

TYGA Tin Whistles Tots Forest Creek Front Nine - South Course Pinehurst, NC June 21, 2021 12 Division 1 Tate Brokmeyer, Southern Pines 36 2 Hampton Cogdill, Pfafftown 41 3 Henry Newton, Cary 43 Selected Others 6 Troy Geisler, High Point 66 10-11 Division 1 Ty Donnelly, Waxhaw 34 2 Jake Brady, Pinehurst 38 2 Lee West, Goldsboro 38 Selected Others 15 Declan Waller, Clemmons 51 17 Ava Milks, Greensboro 56 8-9 Division 1 Carson Fair, Cary 38 2 Ryan Hiatt, Pinnacle 43 3 Ryan Nash, Pinehurst 44 Selected Others 4 Colton Underwood, Liberty 53 7 Emma Wyatt, Kernersville 60



TYGA One-Day Alamance Country Club, Burlington, NC June 21, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Cameron Lutterloh, Whitsett 71 2 David Howard, Clemmons 72 3 Connor Massey, Burlington 74 3 Gavin Deibler, Winston-Salem 74 Selected Others 7 Ryder Wilmouth, Reidsville 76 9 Andrew Delgado, High Point 78 Boys 14-15 Division 1 Freddy Ortmann, Greensboro 72 2 Todd Wooten, Oak Ridge 75 3 Zach Kupiec, Greensboro 79 Selected Others 4 Christos Katsoudas, Whitsett 80 5 Campbell Hall, Greensboro 83 Boys 12-13 Division 1 Griffin Williams, Greensboro 72 2 Bryant Davis, Salisbury 78 3 Timothy Klein, Burlington 80 Selected Others 4 Logan Eddy, Greensboro 84 5 Aiden Thigpen, Summerfield 87 6 Maxwell Brehler, Mebane 90 Girls Division 1 Lily Rowe, Cary 76 2 Elli Flinchum, Summerfield 82 3 Olivia Peterson, Summerfield 86 Selected Others 4 Kyleigh Whittemore, Graham 88 6 Meredith Pegram, Reidsville 92

TYGA One-Day Irish Creek, Kannapolis, NC June 21, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Alex Martin, Thomasville 2 Alexander Murphy, Monroe 3 Noah Bumgarner, Lenoir 3 Connor Carter, Asheboro Selected Others 13 Logan Crawford, Winston-Salem 17 Sam Bruce, Stanley Boys 14-15 Division 1 Cooper Burris, Kannapolis 2 Landon Merrell, Salisbury 3 Aiden McCall, Mooresville Selected Others 11 Jared Myers, Stanley 11 Tyler Kepley, Salisbury Girls 12-14 Division 1 Hillary Gong, Pfafftown 2 Audrey Liu, Weddington

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TYGA One-Day Deep Springs, Stoneville, NC June 17, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Luke Shamblin, Matthews 1 Liam Harris, Wake Forest 3 Jack Bellinger, Cornelius Selected Others 4 Benjamin Peters, Winston-Salem 4 Connor Carter, Asheboro 11 Colby Gunter, Reidsville 13 Ryder Wilmouth, Reidsville Boys 14-15 Division 1 Larsen Gallimore, Walnut Cove 2 Ryan Tuttle, Thomasville 3 Tucker Settle, Elkin Selected Others 4 Noah Sparks, Walnut Cove 5 Tatum North, King Boys 12-13 Division 1 Griffin Williams, Greensboro 2 Ren Niebauer, High Point 3 Brendan Queen, Greensboro Selected Others 4 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons Girls Division 1 Elli Flinchum, Summerfield 2 Catherine DeSiena, Oak Ridge 2 Hillary Gong, Pfafftown Selected Others 4 Meredith Pegram, Reidsville 5 Hannah Waddell, Salisbury 6 Charley Gaines, Summerfield 7 Katherine Perdue, Clemmons 8 Kristina Perdue, Clemmons

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Legacy Golf Links, Aberdeen, NC June 16, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Noah Weyne, Wake Forest 2 Cayden Bryner, Winston-Salem 3 Jack Bellinger, Cornelius 3 Jaxson Morgan, High Point Selected Others 8 Stone Venable, Climax Boys 12-13 Division 1 John Morrison, Concord 2 Griffin Williams, Greensboro 3 Bodie Snyder, Holly Springs 3 Brayden Hopey, Waxhaw Selected Others 6 Cameron Crumpler, Archdale

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Greensboro Junior Open Bryan Park GC - Players, Brown Summit, NC JUN 14 - 15, 2021 Boys Division - 6516 1 Jack LaPiana, Charlotte 66-71--137 2 Charles Howden, Asheville 70-68--138 2 Will Guthrie, Charlotte 69-69--138 4 Calvin Hawkins, Lexington 70-69--139 5 William Cooper, Charlotte 69-72--141 Selected Others 8 Benjamin Peters, Winston-Salem 71-73--144 8 Chase Harris, Pilot Mountain 74-70--144 12 Alex Martin, Thomasville 73-72--145 12 Owen Pearce, Winston-Salem 74-71--145 14 Jack Boyer, Greensboro 74-72--146 14 Rhodes Baker, Winston-Salem 73-73--146 22 Robert Gefaell, Winston-Salem 74-73--147 26 Cole Rouse, Kernersville 74-74--148 26 Pennson Badgett, Pilot Mountain 71-77--148 34 Connor Carter, Asheboro 76-74--150 35 Ethan Wooten, High Point 71-80--151 35 Jack McCarthy, Bermuda Run 75-76--151 35 Zachary Liu, Clemmons 74-77--151

TYGA Tin Whistles Tots Longleaf - Front Nine, Southern Pines, NC June 14, 2021 Boys 10-12 Division 1 Ty Donnelly, Waxhaw 32 2 Jack DeVault, Cary 36 2 Cameron Harvey, Kernersville 36 Selected Others 10 Jackson Gardner, Mount Airy 45 13 Declan Waller, Clemmons 47 13 Jackson Meister, Greensboro 47

TYGA One-Day Gillespie Park, Greensboro, NC June 10, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division - 0 1 Alex Martin, Thomasville 1 Connor Massey, Burlington 1 Stone Venable, Climax Selected Others 4 Christian Muthomi, Kernersville 5 Benjamin Smith, Summerfield 6 Jared Trindel, Summerfield 8 Gunn Nattapat Ruangrat, Winston-Salem 10 Andrew Delgado, High Point 12 Javon Comer, Thomasville Boys 14-15 Division 1 Anderson Levine, Wake Forest 2 Ethan White, Greensboro 2 Jace Harris, High Point Selected Others 4 Samuel Key, Greensboro 5 Cooper Drum, Advance 6 Tyler Kepley, Salisbury Boys 12-13 Division 1 Sawyer Slate, Walnut Cove 2 Cooper Cavanaugh, High Point 3 Jack Dubose, Clinton Selected Others 5 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 6 Ren Niebauer, High Point 7 Aiden Thigpen, Summerfield 8 Lem Cannon, Winston Salem 9 Timothy Klein, Burlington 9 Jackson Freeman, Greensboro 11 Trey Passmore, High Point 12 Sam Caraher, Greensboro

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Girls 15-18 Division 1 Gyllian Tesseneer, Gastonia 2 Cecilee Silver, Leicester 3 Jerina Hill, Greensboro Girls 12-14 Division 1 Madison Cook, Mcleansville 2 Nola Hampton, Hickory 3 Alina Amos, Greensboro

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TYGA One Day Pinehurst Country Club No. 7, Pinehurst, NC June 9, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Collin Welborn, Waxhaw 70 2 Alex Martin, Thomasville 77 2 Logan Atkins, Dunn 77 Selected Others 6 Gavin Deibler, Winston-Salem 80 10 Benjamin Smith, Summerfield 83 10 Matthew Yetter, Browns Summit 83 Boys 14-15 Division 1 Andrew Bartlett, Greensboro 74 2 Colby Hutchens, Wilmington 76 3 Timothy Kaufman, Cary 77 Selected Others 7 Todd Wooten, Oak Ridge 83 10 Hunter Master, Oak Ridge 88 Boys 12-13 Division 1 Jonathan Switzer, Charlotte 74 2 Chris Andrew Etters, Kure Beach 75 3 Caedmon Albertyn, Matthews 79 Selected Others 13 Alex Stewart, Clemmons 85 14 Cameron Crumpler, Archdale 87

Coastal Plains Junior Greenville Country Club, Greenville, NC JUN 08 - 09, 2021 Boys Division - 6234 1 Drew Greene, Greenville 64-69--133 2 Jack Wieler, Charlotte 71-62--133 3 Nick Goellner, Apex 68-69--137 4 Gray Mitchum, Winterville 67-71--138 4 Ian Podziewski, Waxhaw 70-68--138 4 Nathan O’’Neal, Wilson 66-72--138 Selected Others 15 Cameron Lutterloh, Whitsett 74-71--183 19 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro 68-78--146

Bojangles Junior Open Cutter Creek Golf Club, Snow Hill, NC June 5 - 6, 2021 Boys Division - 7110 1 Ryan Jahr, Ocean Isle Beach 71-71--142 2 Calvin Hawkins, Lexington 67-76--143 2 Davis DeLille, High Point 74-69--143 2 Gray Mitchum, Winterville 74-69--143 2 Jack Wieler, Charlotte 71-72--143 2 Will Tharin, Rocky Mount 73-70--143 Selected Others 10 Owen Pearce, Winston-Salem 73-73--146 16 Jake Clayton, Burlington 71-76--147 24 Kyle Haas, Winston-Salem 74-75--149

TYGA Tots Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro, NC June 6, 2021 Boys 10-12 Division 1 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 35 2 Jake Brady, New Bern 37 3 Colin McLeod, Lillington 38 Selected Others 11 Peyton Wyatt, Kernersville 44 16 James Dunford, High Point 50 16 Caleb Boggess, Greensboro 50 Girls 10-12 Division 1 Minyan Ou, Shelby 36 2 Gabriella Moorehead, Burlington 39 2 Mallory Pitts, Greensboro 39 Selected Others 4 Ava Milks, Greensboro 45 4 Makenzie Aaron, Browns Summit 45 8-9 Division 1 Ari Stuchiner, Durham 34 2 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 35 3 Hudson Brady, New Bern 36 Selected Others 4 Landon Thompson, Oak Ridge 38 7 Colton Underwood, Liberty 46 6-7 Division 1 Minlin Ou, Shelby 36 2 Jamison Glass, Burlington 47 3 Graham Fox, Canton 52

Asheboro Municipal Golf Course Asheboro, NC June 5, 2021 Boys 10-12 Division 1 Jake Brady, New Bern 2 Jack DeVault, Cary 3 Randal West, Goldsboro 3 Mark DeVault, Cary Selected Others 5 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 7 Cameron Harvey, Kernersville 8 Grant Stewart, Clemmons Boys 8-9 Division 1 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 2 Hudson Brady, New Bern 3 Landon Thompson, Oak Ridge Selected Others 5 Ryan Hiatt, Pinnacle 7 Jake Dunford, High Point Boys 6-7 Division 1 Luke Walters, Winston-Salem 2 Graham Fox, Canton 2 Jamison Glass, Burlington Girls 10-12 Division 1 Reece Hart, Winston-Salem 2 Arianna Beverly, Morrisville 3 Sophia Perdue, Clemmons

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River Landing Junior River Landing GC - River, Wallace, NC MAY 22 - 23, 2021 Boys Division - 6868 1 Ryan Jahr, Ocean Isle Beach 69-72--141 2 Ethan Paschal, Fayetteville 70-72--142 3 Jeremy Edmunds, Charlotte 76-67--143 3 Nathan O’’Neal, Wilson 74-69--143 5 Branden Boyce, Spring Lake 73-71--144 Selected Others 11 Brad Grajzar, Elon 74-73--147 14 Sean Finan, Winston-Salem 72-77--149 19 Chase Harris, Pilot Mountain 77-75--152

PKBGT PKBGT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS CC of Salisbury, Salisbury, NC MAY 29 - 31, 2021 Bell National Division - 6009 1 Morgan Ketchum, Winston Salem 70-68-72--210 2 Maria Atwood, Holly Springs 71-74-72--217 3 Ellen Yu, High Point 73-71-75--219 4 Irene Kim, Woodstock, MD 75-75-71--221 4 Kathyrn Ha, Roanoke, VA 71-75-75--221 Selected Others 17 Macy Pate, Winston Salem 80-75-72--227 21 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 82-73-73--228 Futures National Division - 5305 1 Jenna Kim, Raleigh 76-73-71--220 2 Kanchana Duangsam, 74-74-73--221 Haymarket, VA 3 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 77-68-79--224 3 Michelle Yeung, Clarksville, MD 78-76-70--224 5 Maria Isabella Errichetto, 72-78-75--225 Thomasville Selected Others 15 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 75-84-77--183 17 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 79-82-79--240

North Carolina Series Two-Day Forest Oaks CC, Greensboro, NC May 22-23, 2021 Prep Division - 5737 1 Madison Lynn Dixon, Inman, SC 67-71--138 2 Jenna Kim, Raleigh 70-70--140 3 Cindy Song, Waxhaw 74-68--142 4 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 74-74--148 5 Ivy Schulze, Anderson, SC 74-76--150 Selected Others 7 Leah Edwards, Greensboro 73-79--152 9 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 72-81--153 11 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 80-75--155 Futures Division - 5007 1 Peyton O’’Brien, Clemson, SC 77-71--148 2 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 78-76--154 2 Mackenzie Cline, Cary 82-72--154 4 McKenzie Hauk, Kingsport, TN 78-77--155 5 Xinyan Li, Waxhaw 79-77--156 Selected Others 14 Janiya Brown, Greensboro 86-77--163 14 Laura Lea Allen, Graham 80-83--183 16 Ella Reed, Winston Salem 82-83--165





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Carolinas PGA Selected events; complete schedule at carolinas.pga.com July 12-13 – Pro-Assistant Championship, River Landing (Landing), Wallace. July 19-20 – Women’s Championship, Pine Needles Lodge & CC, Southern Pines. July 27-29 – Professional Championship, Reserve Club at St. James, Southport. Aug. 9-10 – Senior Professional Championship, Florence CC, SC. Aug. 17-19 – 97th Carolinas Open, Bryan Park (Championship), Brown Summit. Aug. 23-24 – Assistants Championship, Palmetto GC, Aiken, SC. Sept. 13 – Pro-Official Championship, Kiawah (Ocean Course), Kiawah Island, SC. Sept. 20-21 – South Carolina Senior Open, Orangeburg CC, Orangeburg, SC. Sept. 28 – Assistants Association Stroke Play, Kiawah (Cassique), Kiawah Island, SC.

Carolinas Golf Association Selected events; complete schedule at carolinasgolf.org • 910-673-1000

Men/Women USGA Qualifying June 30-July 1 – U.S. Amateur, Mill Creek GC, Mebane. July 6 – U.S. Women’s Amateur Sectional, Carolina Trace (Lake), Sanford. July 14-15 – U.S. Amateur, Pinewood CC, Asheboro. July 15 – U.S. Senior Open, Country Club of Salisbury. Aug. 10 – U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur, Chapel Hill CC. Aug. 16 – U.S. Mid-Amateur, Carolina CC, Raleigh. Aug. 18 – U.S. Mid-Amateur, High Point CC (Willow Creek). Aug. 29 – U.S. Womens Mid-Amateur, Pinewood CC, Asheboro.

CGA Seniors/Super Seniors Aug. 10-12 – 20th North Carolina Senior FourBall, Tanglewood (Championship). Sept. 8-9 – 13th North Carolina Super Senior, Cedar Rock CC, Lenior. Sept. 13-15 – 60th Carolinas Senior Amateur, Reserve Club, Pawley’s Island, SC. Selected qualifying sites: Kings Grant, Fayetteville (Aug. 19); Pine Hollow, Clayton (Aug. 25); Jamestown Park, Jamestown (Aug. 31). Oct. 5-6 – 10th Carolinas Super Senior FourBall, Forest Oaks CC, Greensboro.

CGA Men/Mid-Am July 8-11 – 107th Carolinas Amateur, Biltmore Forest, Asheville. Selected qualifying sites: concurrent with North Carolina Amateur. July 28-Aug. 1 – 12th North Carolina Amateur Match Play, Forsyth CC, Winston-Salem. Selected qualifying sites: Bentwinds, Fuquay-Varina (June 28); Bermuda Run East (July 15). Sept. 17-19 – 28th North Carolina Mid-Amateur, Carolina Trace CC (Lake), Sanford. Selected qualifying sites: Kings Grant, Fayetteville (Aug. 20); Preserve at Jordan Lake, Chapel Hill (Aug. 24); Jamestown Park, Jamestown (Sept. 1).



Oct. 1-3 – 26th North Carolina Four-Ball, Club at 12 Oaks, Holly Springs. Oct. 18 – 44rd Carolinas Club Championship, Club at Irish Creek, Kannapolis.

CGA Mixed Events July 16 – 55th Carolinas Father-Son, Pinehurst area courses. July 16 – 24th Carolinas Parent-Child, Pinehurst area courses. Aug. 21-22 – 16th Carolinas Mixed Team Championship, Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms, SC.

CGA Women July 19-21 – 69th Virginias-Carolinas Women’s Team Matches, Thistle GC, Sunset Beach. July 27-29 – 23rd Carolinas Women’s Match Play, Gaston CC, Gastonia. Aug. 24-25 – 23nd Carolinas Senior Women’s Amateur, Cleghorn GC, Rutherfordton.

CGA Team Events Oct. 15-16 – 76th Captain’s Putter Team Matches, TBA.

CGA One-Day Individual Men, Senior, Super Senior and Women July 17 – Longleaf GC, Southern Pines July 18 – Legacy GL, Aberdeen Aug. 1 – Mill Creek GC, Mebane Aug. 14 – Wildwood Green GC, Raleigh Sept. 12 – Beacon Ridge CC, West End Sept. 18 – Rumbling Bald (Apple Valley), Lake Lure Sept. 19 – Rumbling Bald (Bald Mountain), Lake Lure

CGA One-Day Four-Ball Men, Women and Mixed Team July 26 – Club at 12 Oaks, Holly Springs Aug. 2 – Sapona GC, Lexington Aug. 16 – MacGregor Downs, Cary Sept. 20 – Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit Oct. 11 – CC of Salisbury Oct. 25 – Finley GC, Chapel Hill

CGA Women Four-Ball Play Days Aug. 2 – MacGregor Downs, Cary. Aug. 17 – Bermuda Run (East). Aug. 18 – Bermuda Run (West). Sept. 14 – Talamore Resort, Southern Pines. Sept. 15 – Mid South Club, Southern Pines.

Pro-Am Oct. 4 – 3rd annual First Responders Pro-Am, Greensboro National GC, Summerfield. 336-342-1113.

Amateur Individual July 3-4 – Points in the Park, Forest Park CC, Martinsville. Stableford scoring. Also senior (60+) and super senior (70+) divisions. 276-632-1711. July 10-11 – Joe Wood Memorial, Cedarbrook CC, Elkin. Medal play in flights. 336-835-2320. July 10-11 – Danville Invitational, Danville GC, Va.. Medal play in flights. 434-792-7225. July 17-18 – 34th annual Southwick Amateur, Southwick GC, Graham. 336-227-2582. July 24-25 – 35th Dugan Aycock Davidson County Amateur, Lexington GC. Medal play in flights.  336-248-3950. July 24-25 – The Triad Amateur Golf Classic, 36 holes stroke play. Ages 16-over. High Point CC Willow Creek course. 336-869-2416. July 31-Aug. 1 – 60th annual Chatmoss Invitational, Chatmoss CC, Martinsville. Medal play in flights. Also senior division. 276-638-7648.

Aug. 6-8 – 74th Forsyth Championships, Reynolds Park GC, Pine Knolls GC, Tanglewood (Championship). Medal play in flights. Limited to Forsyth County residents. Bobby Hege 336-416-3289. Aug. 7-8 – Holly Ridge Charity Classic in memory of John Ridge and Jerry Davis, Holly Ridge GL, Archdale. Medal play in flights. Optional shootout on Aug. 6. 336-861-4653. Aug. 21-22 – Forest Park Invitational, Forest Park CC, Martinsville. Medal play in flights. Also senior and super senior divisions. 276-632-1711. Sept. 25-26 — Steve Welch Fall Classic, Asheboro Municipal GC. Medal play in flights. Also super senior division for ages 65-over. 336-625-4158.

Senior Individual July 10-11 – Joe Wood Memorial, Cedarbrook CC, Elkin. Medal play in flights ages 55-over. 336-835-2320. July 10-11 – Danville Invitational, Danville GC, Va.. Medal play in flights. Super Senior division also, depending on entries. 434-792-7225. July 24-25 – 10th annual Davidson County Senior Amateur, Lexington GC. Ages 55-over. Medal play in flights.  336-248-3950. July 24-25 – The Triad Amateur Golf Classic, 36 holes stroke play. Ages 55-over. High Point CC Willow Creek course. 336-869-2416.

Amateur Team July 24-25 – Tuscarora Two-Man Invitational, Tuscarora CC, Danville. Medal play in flights. 434-724-4191. Aug. 7-8 – Madison-Mayodan Rotary Four-Ball Invitational, Deep Springs CC, Madison. 336-427-0950. Aug. 14-15 – Danville Two-Man Invitational, Danville GC, Va. Medal play in flights.  434-792-7225. Aug. 28-29 – Marvin Crowder 2-Ball, Kinderton CC, Clarksville, Va. 434-374-8822. Oct. 1-2 – Chatmoss Two-Man Invitational, Chatmoss CC, Martinsville. Medal play in flights. Also senior division. 276-638-7648. Oct. 14-15 – Forsyth Two-Man Bestball Tournament. First round at Reynolds Park, second round at Winston Lake. Forsyth County residents only. Bobby Hege 336-416-3289. Oct. 16-17 – 38th annual Lexington BBQ Festival 2-person teams, Lexington GC. 336-248-3950. Oct. 16-17 – Forest Park Four-Ball, Forest Park CC, Martinsville. Flighted bestball. 276-632-1711.

Golfweek Amateur Tour 919-708-3351 July 10-11 – Southern Regional at Kiawah Island Osprey Point and Ocean Course July 17 – Bryan Park (Players), Brown Summit Aug. 14 – The Preserve at Jordan Lake, Chapel Hill Aug. 28-29 – Tanglewood (Reynolds and Championship), Clemmons Sept. 4-5 – Regional, The Legends (Mooreland and Parkland), Myrtle Beach, SC Sept. 11 – Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit Sept. 18 – Pine Hollow GC, Clayton

Senior Amateur Tour (ages 50-over) 336-303-6737 July 12-13 – Sandhills Regional at Mid Pines GC, Southern Pines Aug. 5 – High Point CC (Willow Creek) Aug. 12 – The Preserve at Jordan Lake, Chapel Hill

For the latest tournament schedule, now updated daily, go to www.triadgolf.com then click on Tournaments Aug. 26 – Tanglewood (Championship), Clemmons Sept. 2 – Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit Sept. 13 – 12 Oaks CC, Holly Springs

Laid-Back Golfers Tour 434-792-3728 • Men/Women All-Ages Flights pre-determined by handicap Tees determined by hdc/age formula July 7 – Kinderton CC, Clarksville, Va. July 19 – Southern Hills GC, Danville, Va. Aug. 9 – Quaker Creek GC, Mebane Sept. 27 – Caswell Pines GC, Yanceyville Oct. 11 – Chatmoss CC, Martinsville

Captains Choice & Charity July 10 – JustOne Foundation, Gillespie Park, Greensboro, Contact Justin Washington at justonefoundation1@gmail.com. Aug. 6 – E. Raymond Alexander Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament, Bryan Park, Brown Summit, Contact www.gellowshiphall.com/golf. Aug. 27– 2nd Annual Boley Invitational for Parkinson’s Foundation, Deep Springs Country Club, Stoneville, Contact Mark Boley 336-4040660 or email markboley14@yahoo.com. Sept. 20 – Golfing for Gals, Governors Club, Chapel Hill, www.gollfing4gals.org.

2021 Junior Events 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 * DJGT 434-793-2582 July 1 – TYGA Oak Hollow GC, Oak Hollow GC, High Point B/G12-18. July 1 – TYGA CC of Johnston County, Country Club of Johnston County, Smithfield B/G 12-18. July 1 – Hope Valley Junior Invitational Qualifier (Boys Only)- CC of Whispering Pines, Country Club of Whispering Pines, Whispering Pines B/G12-18. July 2 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Pinewood Country Club, Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro G 8-19. July 2-3 – PKBGT Middle Atlantic Series Open @ Bowling Green CC, Bowling Green Country Club, Front Royal, VA G 8-19. July 2-3 – HJGT Charlotte Summer Junior Open, Rocky River Golf Club at Concord, Concord B/G 8-18. July 2-3 – HJGT Coastal Carolina Junior Open, Palmetto Dunes Golf Club, Hilton Head Island, SC B/G 8-18. July 3-4 – USKG US Kids Red White & Blue Invitational, Pinehurst Country Club, Pinehurst B/G 18 and under. July 3 – 43rd North and South Junior Championship Qualifier- Boys Only, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Pinehurst B14-18. July 5 – TYGA Lexington GC, Lexington Golf Club, Lexington B/G12-18. July 5-7 – 43rd North and South Junior Championship, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Pinehurst B/G 14-18. July 6 – TYGA Tots Pine Knolls GC, Pine Knolls GC, Kernersville B/G 6-11.

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CALENDAR July 6 – NJGA Mooresville Junior Championship, Mooresville GC, Mooresville B/G 5-19. July 6 – TYGA Pine Knolls GC, Pine Knolls GC, Kernersville B/G 12-18. July 6-7 – 24th CGA North Carolina Junior Boys’ 14 & Under Championship, Asheboro Municipal GC, Asheboro B 14 and under. July 6-7 – CPGA Carolinas PGA Junior Girls Championship, Maple Chase Golf Club, Winston-Salem G 12-18. July 6 – CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier- Lake Marion Golf Course, Lake Marion Golf Course, Santee, SC B 12-18. July 6-9 – AJGA Wyndham Cup, Bulls Bay Golf Club, Awendaw , SC B/G 12-19. July 8 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Country Club of Landfall, Country Club of Landfall, Wilmington B/G 7-15 July 8 – NJGA Timberlake Golf Junior Championship, Timberlake GC, Clinton B/G 5-19. July 8 – TYGA Pinewood CC, Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro B/G 12-18. July 10 – TYGA Tots High Point CC (Emerywood), High Point Country Club, High Point B/G 6-11. July 10 – PKBGT Middle Atlantic Series @ Shenandoah Valley GC, Shenandoah Valley GC, Front Royal, VA G 8-19. July 10-11 – NJGA Myrtle Beach Junior Championship, Myrtlewood GC, Myrtle Beach, SC B/G 5-19. July 10-11 – 13th CGA Jimmy Anderson Boys’ Invitational, Jacksonville Country Club, Jacksonville B 12-18. July 10-11 – PKBGT Stoney Point Girls Classic, Links at Stoney Point, Greenwood , SC G 11-19. July 11-12 – USKG Teen Series The Valley Golf Course, The Valley Golf Course, Burlington B/G 13-18. July 12 – TYGA Tin Whistle Tots Talamore, Talamore Golf Resort, Southern Pines B/G 6-11. July 12 – NJGA Summer Break Junior Championship, Catawba Country Club, Newton B/G 5-19. July 12-13 – 14th CGA Carolinas Junior Girls’ 15 & Under Championship, Country Club of Whispering Pines, Whispering Pines G 6-15. July 12 – TYGA Dan Dobson Junior, Mimosa Hills Country Club, Morganton B/G 8-18. July 12 – TYGA One Day Forest Oaks CC, Forest Oaks Country Club, Greensboro B/G 12-18. July 12-17 – USGA US Girls’ Junior Championship, Columbia Country Club, Chevy Chase MD G 18 & under. July 13 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Legends Resort, Legends Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC B/G 7-15. July 13 – NJGA Open, Olde Sycamore Golf Course, Charlotte B/G 5-19. July 13-15 – Forsyth Junior, Reynolds Park, Winston Lake, Pine Knolls, Forsyth County Residents, B/G 17 and under, forsythchampionships@cityofws.org. July 13-14 – Tarheel Junior Golf Tour: 11th Annual Grandover Junior Amateur, Grandover Resort, Greensboro B6-19. July 13-15 – PKBGT HJ Glove Championship, Lake Presidential Golf Club, Upper Marlboro MD G 11-19. July 13 – CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier- Lancaster GC, Lancaster GC, Lancaster B 12-18. www.triadgolf.com

July 13 – CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier/ Dogwood Boys’ Qualifier- Cleveland Country Club, Cleveland Country Club, Shelby B 12-18. July 14 – CGA Dogwood State Boy’s Junior Championship Qualifier- Blair Park GC, High Point B 12-18. July 14 – TYGA Talamore Resort, Talamore Golf Resort, Southern Pines B/G 12-18. July 14-15 – TYGA High Point Junior Open, Blair Park Golf Course, High Point B/G 12-18. July 15 – NJGA Triad Junior Amateur Championship, Oak Valley GC, Advance B/G 5-19. July 15 – TYGA New Bern CC, New Bern Country Club, New Bern B/G 12-18. July 16 – 55th CGA Father-Son Championship, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Pinehurst B 18 and under. July 16 – CGA Parent-Child Championship, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Pinehurst B/G 18 & under. July 17-18 – TYGA Tots Eastern Challenge, Brunswick Plantation Golf Links, Calabash B/G 6-11. July 17 – PKBGT South Carolina Series @ Country Club of Spartanburg, Country Club of Spartanburg, Spartanburg, SC G 8-19. July 17-18 – PKBGT Wolfpack Classic @ NC State University, Lonnie Poole GC at NC State, Raleigh G 11-19. July 18 – USKG Raleigh- Hillandale Golf Course, Hillandale Golf Course, Durham B/G 5-18. July 19 – CGA Carolinas Pro-Junior Championship, Providence Country Club, Charlotte B/G 8-18. July 19 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Maple Chase Golf & Country Club, Maple Chase Golf & Country Club, Winston Salem B/G 7-15. July 19 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Pine Island CC, Pine Island Country Club, Charlotte G 8-19. July 19 – TYGA Greensboro National GC, Greensboro National Golf Club, Greensboro B/G 12-18. July 19-20 – JGNC North Carolina Regional Qualifier, Grandover Resort, Greensboro B/G 8-18. July 19-20 – HJGT Faldo Hurricane Series Carolinas Sectional (NC, SC), Country Club of Salisbury, Salisbury B/G 8-18. July 19-24 – USGA US Junior Amateur Championship, The Country Club of North Carolina, Pinehurst B 18 & under. July 20 – NJGA Salisbury Junior Open, Revival Golf Course at Crescent, Salisbury B/G 5-19. July 20 – -CGA Dogwood State Boy’s Junior Championship Qualifier- Cedarwood CC, Cedarwood Country Club, Charlotte B 12-18. July 20-21 – TYGA Metro Junior at Cedarwood CC, Cedarwood Country Club, Charlotte B/G 12-18. July 20 – CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier/ Dogwood Boys’ Qualifier- Coharie CC, Coharie Country Club, Clinton B 12-18. July 20-22 – 65th CGA Carolinas Junior Girls’ Championship, Cherokee National Golf Club, Gaffney , SC G 8-18. July 20 – TYGA Pilot Knob, Pilot Mountain, Pilot Knob Park Golf Course B/G 12-18. July 21 – TYGA Tots Stryker GC, Stryker GC, Fort Bragg B/G 6-11. July 21 – TYGA Stryker GC, Stryker GC, Fort Bragg B/G 12-18. July 22 – TYGA Jack Ratz Junior Memorial, Wildwood Green Golf Club, Raleigh B/G 8-18.

July 22 – NJGA Wolfpack Junior Open, Lonnie Poole GC, Raleigh B/G 5-19. July 22 – TYGA Colonial CC, Colonial Country Club, Thomasville B/G 12-18. July 22-24 – USKG US Kids Teen World Championship, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst B/G 13-18. July 23 – TYGA Lake Hickory CC, Lake Hickory Country Club, Hickory B/G 12-18. July 24 – PKBGT Middle Atlantic Series @ Greene Hills Country Club, Greene Hills Country Club, Stanardsville, VA G 8-19. July 25 – USKG US Kids Teen Van Horn Cup, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst B/G 13-18. July 26 – USKG Raleigh- Brier Creek Country Club, Brier Creek Country Club, Raleigh B/G 5-18. July 26-27 – CGA Daniel Meggs Memorial Junior, TPC Piper Gen, Charlotte B/G 6-18. July 26 – TYGA Salem Glen, Salem Glen GC, Winston Salem B/G 12-18. July 26-27 – HJGT College Prep Series at Clemson, The Walker Golf Course, Clemson, SC B/G 8-18. July 26-27 – PKBGT Precision Junior Girls Championship @ Bryan Park, Bryan Park GC, Greensboro G 11-19. July 27 – TYGA Tots The Valley GC, The Valley GC, Burlington B/G 6-11. July 27 – NJGA Bulldogs Junior Open, River Bend YMCA GC, Shelby B/G 5-19. July 27 – TYGA The Valley GC, The Valley GC, Burlington B/G 12-18. July 27-29 – 72nd CGA Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship, Treyburn Country Club, Durham B12-18. July 28 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- The Peninsula Club, The Peninsula Club, Cornelius B/G 7-15. July 28 – TYGA Tots Winston Lakes GC, Winston Lakes GC, Winston Salem B/G 8-11. July 28 – TYGA Winston Lakes GC, Winston Lakes GC, Winston Salem B/G 12-18. July 28-29 – HJGT College Prep Series at Duke #2, Duke University Golf Club, Durham B/G 8-18. July 29 – NJGA Rocky Mount Junior Championship, Belmont Lake GC, Rocky Mount B/G 5-19. July 29 – NJGA Mill Creek Junior Championship, Mill Creek GC, Mebane B/G 5-19. July 29-31 – USKG US Kids World Championship, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst B/G 18 & under. July 29 – TYGA High Point CC (Willow Creek), High Point Country Club, High Point B/G 12-18. Aug. 2 – TYGA Tots Salem Glen GC, Salem Glen GC, Winston Salem, B/G 6-11. Aug. 2 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Starmount Forest CC, Starmount Forest Country Club, Greensboro, G 8-19. Aug. 3-4 – TYGA Triad Maple Chase Junior, Maple Chase Country Club, Winston Salem, B/G 12-18. Aug. 3-5 – Hope Valley Junior Boys’ & Girls’ Invitational, Hope Valley Country Club, Durham, B/G 12-18. Aug. 3 – NJGA Clemson Junior Championship, Clemson University Golf Course, Clemson, SC, B/G 5-19. Aug. 4-5 – Tarheel Junior Golf Tour: 38th Annual MId Pines Junior Amateur, Mid Pines Inn & Golf Club, Southern Pines, B6-19. Aug. 4 – TYGA Quail Ridge GC, Quail Ridge GC, Sanford, B/G 12-18. Aug. 4 – TYGA Tots Quail Ridge GC, Quail Ridge GC, Sanford, B/G 8-11. Aug. 5 – NJGA Blue Devil Junior Golf Championship, Duke University GC, Durham, B/G 5-19.

Aug. 5 – TYGA Bryan Park Tots’ Championship, Bryan Park Golf Course, Greensboro, B/G 6-11. Aug. 5 – TYGA Walnut Creek GC, Walnut Creek GC, Goldsboro, B/G 12-18. Aug. 5 – TYGA Red Bridge Golf Club, Red Bridge Golf Club, Locust, B/G 12-18. Aug. 7-8 – 20th Mid-Atlantic Junior Girls’ Challenge Matches, Greenville Country Club, Greenville, G 13-18. Aug. 7-8 – PKBGT North Carolina Series Open @ UNC Chapel Hill Finley GC, UNC Chapel Hill Finley GC, Chapel Hill, G 8-19. Aug. 7-8 – HJGT TPC Myrtle Beach Junior Open, TPC of Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, SC, B/G 8-18. Aug. 7 – PKBGT South Carolina Series @ The Carolina Country Club, The Carolina Country Club, Spartanburg, SC, G 8-19. Aug. 9 – TYGA Jamestown Park GC, Jamestown Park GC, Jamestown, B/G 12-18. Aug. 9-12 – AJGA Greenwood Junior Championship, The Links at Stoney Point, Greenwood, SC, B/G 12-19. Aug. 9 – TYGA Tots Jamestown Park GC, Jamestown Park GC, Jamestown, B/G 6-11. Aug. 9 – TYGA Gaston CC, Gaston Country Club, Gastonia, B/G 12-18. Aug. 9 – TYGA Tin Whistle Tots Pinewild CC, Pinewild CC, Pinehurst, B/G 6-11. Aug. 9 – NJGA Leatherman Golf Junior Championship, Raintree Country Club, Charlotte, B/G 5-19. Aug. 9-10 – USKG Teen Series Carolina Trace Country Club, Carolina Trace Country Club, Sanford, B/G 13-18. Aug. 10-12 – 17th CGA Dogwood State Boy’s Junior Championship, Statesville Country Club, Statesville, B8-18. Aug. 10 – TYGA Tots Reynolds Park GC, Reynolds Park GC, Winston Salem, B/G 6-11. Aug. 10 – TYGA Reynolds Park GC, Reynolds Park GC, Winston Salem, B/G 12-18. Aug. 12 – TYGA The Warrior, Warrior GC, China Grove, B/G 12-18. Aug. 12 – TYGA Tots The Cardinal by Pete Dye, The Cardinal by Pete Dye, Greensboro, B/G 6-11. Aug. 12 – NJGA Heritage Club Junior Championship, Heritage Club, Pawleys Island, SC, B/G 5-19. Aug. 13-15 – PKBGT Tour Championship @ Pine Needles, Pine Needles Lodge & GC, Southern Pines, G 11-19. Aug. 14 – USKG Raleigh- Devil’s Ridge Golf Club (Summer Tour Championship), Devil’s Ridge Golf Club, Holly Springs, B/G 5-18. Aug. 15 – AJGA Qualifier Junior at Carolina Trace, Carolina Trace Country Club, Sanford, B/G 12-19. Aug. 15-18 – AJGA Junior at Carolina Trace, Carolina Trace Country Club, Sanford, B/G 12-19. Aug. 18-20 – AJGA Preview at Carolina Trace (12-15), Carolina Trace Country Club, Sanford, B/G 12-15. Aug. 21-22 – TYGA PuttView Books Junior Open, Lane Tree GC, Greensboro, B/G 12-18. Aug. 21-22 – HJGT Bryan Park Junior Open, Bryan Park Golf Club, Browns Summit, B/G 8-18. Aug. 21 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Foxfire Resort, Foxfire Village, Foxfire Village, G 8-19. Aug. 28-29 – CGA Mimosa Hills Junior Girls’ and Boys’ Invitational, Mimosa Hills Country Club, Morganton, B/G 14-18. TRIAD GOLF TODAY • JULY 2021


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