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hen Diane Dailey stepped down after three decades as the Wake Forest women’s golf coach she dreamed of playing more golf and of spending quality time with her older sister in the North Carolina mountains. Giving golf lessons and teaching the game that opened so many doors wasn’t necessarily in the cards. But as we all know, retirement plans can take a few unexpected twists and turns. Dailey was trying to get her game back in shape the other night at Maple Chase before heading to Blowing Rock for the summer months. She chuckled about the state of her swing. “It has been a little rough,” she said of the few holes she logged. “I just haven’t had a chance to play a lot and I have just lost a lot of distance and strength. I’ve been trying to work on that a little bit. It is starting to come back.” I can attest that part of that “distance thing” has to do with age, but in Dailey’s case it can also be traced to her lesson schedule, which has mushroomed to include a stable of players in both the Winston-Salem area and mountains, including three members of the state championship Reagan women’s team. “I was up at Blowing Rock recently and I had 12 lessons in a four-day period,” Dailey said. “I think I just hit just 10 balls myself the whole time I was up there. I had no idea I would be doing this. “I was teaching five or six lessons a week at Blowing Rock last year and it was fine, and then the pro there asked if I would like to teach in the summertime

and I thought ‘well, that might be fun,”’ she added. “I did it because my sister has a place up there so it as easy for me to be there, but I ended up really teaching a lot. I really enjoyed the people and the environment. It was just fun to get people hitting the ball again.” “I teach beginners and then I teach people who have played golf for awhile, but I always like to take them out on the golf course and teach them a little bit about how to play, how to manage the course, how to play uneven lies, how to adjust for distances. To see that smile come across their face when they start hitting it well is the biggest reward you can get.” Dailey, a four-time ACC coach of the year, took over the Wake Forest program in the summer of 1988, and during her three decades of leading the program the Demon Deacons won 30 team titles, 39 individual titles, four ACC Championships and qualified for 15 NCAA Championships. Her forte early in her college coaching career was helping players in the short-game area, but as time went on most college golfers had their own personal instructors and Dailey began teaching less and less. “The biggest piece coach Dailey helped me with was the mental side,” said All-American senior Emilia Migliaccio. “She’s the most positive person I know on the course. If I was down or frustrated I leaned on her a lot for words of encouragement and she always had the right ones, and a couple really awesome stories. She told me one time she hit only three greens and shot 3-under. She always believed in the ‘impossible’ and it was so inspiring and something I take with me on the golf course every single day.” While at Wake Forest, Dailey met Reagan High School head coach Jay Allred, whose daughter Victoria was a top-notch player. Dailey and Allred

and likes to go out on the course and watch the players in competition to see if there is something she is missing between the practice tee and competition.” Dailey was thrilled when Reagan freshman Macy Pate called to tell her she had won the individual state championship, and that teammates Morgan Ketchum and Anna Howerton helped secure the team title, too. “I wrote them and told them that all of their hard work had paid off,” Dailey said. “What a great thing to be a state champion. Nobody can ever take that away from you forever. It will always be in the record books that you are a state champion. I was just so excited for them. That is what they have been working for and they met their goal.” For now, Dailey is headed back up the mountain for the summer, lending her talents and love of the game to the memberforged a relationship that has blossomed ship at Blowing Rock Country Club. over the years. “I just realized I didn’t want to sit “Dianne has a great understanding of the golf swing,”’ Allred said. “She takes a around and twiddle my thumbs,” Dailey complex move and simplifies it so a young said of her retirement from college coaching. “Teaching became fun because player can understand the process. My everyone is different and it challenges daughter took lessons from her 10 years ago and Diane made her into a state cham- me to come up with different solutions to help them. That part makes my brain pion. Dailey has had the same results for tick a little bit, and I feel like I am being the players on our team now (see pages productive.” 6-7). She is enthusiastic when she teaches

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Reagan Reigns

Freshman Macy Pate shines; Pfafftown school wins second women’s 4-A team crown By David Droschak

Reagan team celebrates at The Putter Boy statue at Pinehurst Resort. (Starting left to right: Morgan Ketchum, Macy Pate, Caroline Shriver, Jay Allred, Anna Howerton, Ella Reed, Ruth Anne Asbill; front: Mary Kate Bowman Choat; missing: Janani Bharathi, Makayla Brown.)





eaching the top in golf often requires tremendous sacrifices, including long hours on the practice range, a never-ending focus on fundamentals, mental toughness and course management, just to name a few. Macy Pate added one more item to the mix this past year. The Reagan High School freshman and her family had a meeting of the minds and decided it was best to leave the cold weather of Boone behind and move to the Triad area, in large part to help Pate live her golf dream. “Both of my parents got new jobs and now I go to a new school so everything is a little bit different,” said Pate, who carded a 68 to capture the 4-A individual state title at Pinehurst No. 1 in mid-May. “We’ve always talked about moving down to the Winston-Salem area so when COVID happened I said ‘you know what, I may want to move, I’m tired of the cold weather, I’m tired of not having great practice facilities.’ It turned out to be a good decision.” The 15-year-old’s 2-under score helped Reagan to the state team title with a 3-over team total to beat Green Hope by nine shots. Junior Morgan Ketchum shot even par to come in third, while Anna Howerton carded a 75 for a tie for 11th to cap the team’s remarkable season, in which it won the program’s 12th straight conference title and set new state records for the lowest ninehole score (100) and lowest 18-hole score (210). Reagan also won the 2018 state team title under head coach Jay Allred and assistant coach Mary Kate Bowman Choat, who proudly took photos with its players around the famed Pinehurst Putter Boy statue after yet another dominating performance. “Our three top girls are all great golfers and on any given day any one of them could have won the state individual title, but this year it was Macy’s day,” Allred said. “Anna led the conference www.triadgolf.com

the first four matches and Macy was third. At the conference tournament Macy wins by enough strokes to finish as the player of the year. The next week at regionals, Morgan wins, and the next week at states Macy wins. They all have great swings and great styles of play.” “I’m not really sure how it happened and I’m not sure Jay is exactly sure how it happened but it has been like if

Anna Howerton studies green guide before playing shot. Photos by David Droschak

you build it, they will come and that’s kind of what has been happening,” Bowman Choat said of the program’s recent dominance in women’s prep golf. “And we have some other great girls coming in next year and the following year, so hopefully we’re going to continue a long legacy – that’s the plan.” Grace Holcomb of Wilmington Laney was playing one group in front of Pate, who saw Holcomb birdie the final hole to forge a tie as she was awaiting her second shot at the par-5 out of the pine straw after her drive went left. “I saw Grace make her birdie putt and everybody was clapping so I knew I had to make a birdie, too,” Pate said of her 190-yard approach shot. “The ball was a little below my feet on my second shot and I was trying to hit a little hook around the tree but I ended up going just below the tree and had a fairway chip to the green for my third shot.” Pate kept her approach 12 feet below the hole and sank the putt, with the ball rolling all the way around the edge of the hole before hitting the bottom of the cup for the dramatic one-shot win over

Holcomb, who shot a 69. “I don’t think of it as pressure, it’s more motivation to try to win three more years,” Pate said about taking the individual title as a freshman. Pate, Ketchum and Howerton all take lessons from former Wake Forest women’s coach Diane Dailey, who teaches out of Maple Chase in the winter and spring months, and then spends the Memorial Day through October in the mountains at Blowing Rock Country Club. It was there where Dailey first met Pate on the range. “She was taking lessons from Wayne Smith and I just started talking to her a little bit, and her dad asked me about college golf,” Dailey said. “So, we set up a plan on what she needed to be doing and what college golf was like, and I sort of gave her an overview of that and different aspects of her game that she could work on in general. At the time I had not seen her play or worked with her at all.” The three Reagan players knew each other from junior golf and were friends, but became even closer when Pate moved to the area and all three logged lessons with Dailey. “When Macy was in Boone she didn’t have anybody to really push her,” Dailey said. “I told her that could really be helpful to her, that she would have a team and wouldn’t be the only person, and that she would have a place like Maple Chase to play all winter.” Ketchum and Pate also spend time practicing and playing with Maple Chase instructor Brad Luebchow. Pate’s addition to the team fit like a glove, while her father landed a job

at Old Town Club and her mother as a paralegal at a local law firm. “They just thrive on each other, they play games, they challenge each other and are each other’s best friends,” Dailey said of the three Reagan players. “When Macy won all Morgan could talk about was how her good friend won a state championship and how proud she was of her. There is no jealously at all; they just want to see how good they can get in such a healthy environment.” “Macy has just been such a blessing this year,” added Bowman Choat. “She has just been such a great asset to our team. She is super positive and always laser focused and just never gives up. That’s something that a lot of kids can’t do, they let the bad shots bring them down and she just doesn’t. I’m just really, really encouraged by her attitude and everything she does and the way she plays.” Ketchum, is a junior and as stellar in the classroom as she is on the golf course, said she has yet to choose a college. “She is definitely a Division I player; somebody is going to get a really good player,” Dailey said. “The problem the prep juniors have had this year was the college coaches couldn’t recruit because of COVID, and then a lot of college coaches are keeping players for a fifth year so that ties up scholarships. I can tell you no one is going to work harder than Morgan, she works all the time. She will come out to practice on two hours of sleep if she feels like she didn’t practice as much the day before. She is a workaholic and has a great long game and is extremely calm on the course.”

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Pinecrest wins fifth team title since 2013 behind prep star Van Paris By DAVID DROSCHAK


ackson Van Paris has been one of the nation’s top junior golfers the last few years, accustomed to handling pressure situations. So, heading to the 18th hole at Pinehurst No. 2, needing a par on one of the hardest holes on the course to secure the North Carolina 4-A high school men’s championship, wasn’t all that daunting. Clinging to a one-shot lead in the final group of the day, Van Paris ripped a drive into the fairway, hit an 8-iron to the middle of the green, and then proceeded to twoputt to capture the prep individual crown as a senior as well as leading local favorite Pinecrest High School to its fifth team title since 2013. “Jackson is very seasoned and he just knows how to win it when you need to win it,” said Pinecrest coach Lynn Beechler. “He comes through when you need him to come through.” Van Paris, who in 2018 at Pebble Beach became the became youngest competitor

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to win a match at the U.S. Amateur since Bobby Jones more than 100 years ago, joins Jack Fields (2008), Eric Bae (2015), and A.J. Beechler (2017, 2018) as individual state champions from the Southern Pines school.

“Playing in big tournaments and being in a situation like that before helped,” Van Paris said about his approach into the 18th hole. “Actually, playing for a team gets me much more nervous than playing for

myself. But having the experience before and playing in tournaments where I had the lead or I’m close to the lead coming up 18 I was able to look back on those and Continued on page 11

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4A from page 10 say to myself, ‘You’ve been here before, you know what to do, you’ve learned from your experiences.”’ Van Paris shot an even-par 72 to edge Hampton Roberts of Panther Creek and 9th-grader William Webb of Raleigh Broughton by one shot. Robert Gefaell of Winston-Salem Reynolds, who was 3-overpar, finished fourth. As a team, Pinecrest shot 20-over to beat Reynolds by 11 shots. Charlotte Myers Park finished in third, 14 shots off the pace. Van Paris won a state title in the 8th grade while at The O’Neal School, a private college prep school in Southern Pines, and two state team titles there, but decided to transfer five minutes down the road to Pinecrest for the 2019-2020 school year. However, the state championships were cancelled last year because of the COVID19 pandemic. “We had a good team and we thought we had a really good chance to win it all last year,” Beechler said. “So, this year was like redemption. With COVID everybody feels like they missed something last year. To us, it felt so good to be there at the end and to win. For everybody to just play golf and be here was such a blessing. For our kids to become a part of history at such

an historic and special course -- that is so loved by Pinehurst -- is just a great feeling.” Van Paris had played Pinehurst No. 2 more than two dozen times over the years prior to the state championship, but the 15-year-old Webb’s experience on the Donald Ross gem was confined to a practice round just two days prior to the state tournament. “He came home and said ‘wow, that was the hardest course I’ve ever played,” said father Woody Webb. “He kept score and all he would tell me was that he broke 80. But I’m sure just playing that practice round saved him 5-6 shots, and maybe more.” In fact, the youngster was leading heading into the final hole four groups ahead of Van Paris and poised for a major upset, but missed the green to the right, short-siding himself, and he would eventually three-putt for a double bogey. “I didn’t think about being a ninthgrader, I just went out and played,” Webb said. “What I love about golf is you can grind for as long as you want, and get to play courses like this.” Webb shot a 66 at Cutter Creek in regional play. “He works hard at it, works every day,

and he likes the big time, he really does,” said Broughton coach Steve Smith. “I told the other coaches they are going to get tired of seeing this young man.” Van Paris had gotten word from the Pinecrest coaching staff of Webb’s troubles on the final hole as he prepared to tee off on the par-3 17th hole with a slim lead. “When I heard that I started trying to play a little conservative, and didn’t do a great job of that on 17,” he said. “I hit it in the bunker and then I made a mess of that hole. But on the 18th hole I hit a great drive and then put it in the middle of the green so it made the walk up 18 feel a little bit better. “It was a grind, and even if I would have had my absolute best stuff it still would have been a grind on Pinehurst No. 2,” Van Paris said. “I was pretty proud of the way I hung in there. I hit a few shots that I feel like I don’t normally hit too often, but overall I played great. More importantly, to win it as a team was an even better feeling.” In the end, the Van Paris transfer to Pinecrest paid off as he’ll play college golf in the SEC at Vanderbilt. “I can’t wait for college golf; hopefully it will be a lot like this, playing for a team on a pretty big stage,” said Van Paris, who

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plays out of the Country Club of North Carolina. “I have put in a lot of work,” he added. “It is one of those things that I kind of dedicated to the sport of golf the last few years and these are the moments you practice for, and the reason anybody who plays in these types of tournaments practices for and works hard all the time, to get a feeling like this. To know that my hard work is paying off is amazing.” Van Paris will now hit the amateur circuit over the next few months before heading off to Nashville, playing in events such as the Sunnehanna Amateur, Northeast Amateur, North & South Amateur at Pinehurst and U.S. Junior Championship on his home course this summer. “Coming to a school with a bunch of great players took the pressure off of me,” Van Paris said of Pinecrest, which went undefeated this season. “They made me better, which is the coolest part. We all want the best for each other and they were all extremely supportive, so to come into this type of culture made it so much easier.” “We all came together as a team -- it’s not just Jackson,” Beechler added. “But Jackson has a commitment, a desire to win deep inside. And he produces.”

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Fazio’s design at High Hampton first new golf course in North Carolina in five years



onsidering his stellar work across North Carolina, it’s only fitting that favorite son Tom Fazio would be behind the design work of the first golf course to open in the state in five years. The “new” High Hampton was unveiled in late May to its members, and will start taking resort play in early July. The previous site of the golf course housed a 6,002-yard executive layout designed by George Cobb. The course, which features a massive rock-faced wall, had no sand traps and didn’t have much flair. Fazio, who still has an office in Hendersonville, was tapped to come in and create what will be his 19th golf course in the Tar Heel state and fourth in the Cashiers area of Jackson County. “Without question it’s a new golf course,” Fazio said told Triad Golf Today. “I was just asked that by the owners the other day. They asked, ‘what do we classify it as?’ First of all, you classify it by how much you spent, so what do you think it is? They spent a lot, a lot of money. But that’s what it takes. Nobody would call 14


this course an addition or a renovation. It’s a totally new golf course. “From the land that was golf that we did use we added another 40 percent more land to that envelope to create the golf course that is now there,” added the Hall of Fame architect. “It’s off the charts. I say it is Pebble Beach quality.” Prior to High Hampton, the last new golf course to open in North Carolina was Compass Pointe in 2016 in coastal Leland, south of Wilmington. It was designed by Rick Robbins. Fazio’s portfolio in the Cashiers area itself is beyond impressive, with the likes of Wade Hampton (1987) -- recently ranked as the No. 1 golf course in North Carolina by Golf Digest -- Headwaters (1999) and Mountaintop Golf and Lake Club (2006). Champion Hills is also in nearby Hendersonville. High Hampton has been a summer retreat in the North Carolina mountains for nearly a century. The property was originally constructed on 450 acres in the late 1800s. In 1922, Mr. E. Lyndon McKee and his wife, Gertrude Dills McKee, of Sylva, renovated the property, adapting it into the High Hampton Inn, which later would

become known as High Hampton. High Hampton currently resides on over 1,400 acres near the Nantahala National Forest. High Hampton is a partnership of passionate families and groups dedicated to revitalizing the iconic Cashiers destination. The team behind Blackberry Farm, along with guidance from the Beall Family and Sandy Beall, oversaw the revitalization of the historic inn, cottages and restaurants within the inn, while Arlington Family Offices and Daniel Communities, Blackberry’s partners in the overall property project, focused on the redevelopment the golf course and development of new club amenities and private ownership opportunities. Fazio said existing homes were on the property, but that 200 additional lots sold out before the course, with spectacular views of Rock Mountain, Chimney Top and Whiteside, opened May 20. “I think High Hampton will be compared to Wade Hampton, but it’s very different, which is also good,” Fazio said,. “And Mountaintop is a couple of miles away as the crow flies, and that’s different, too. They are very different environments; they face adjoining mountains but

they look different ways, with a rocky face mountain different than a chimney top hill. If you look at all the courses we’ve done in North Carolina, from Champion Hills to Wade Hampton to Mountaintop to Eagle Point, they are all different, they are all custom individual courses. None of them look alike, which is our general M.O., and that’s what we like doing.” Fazio, who turned 76 in February, said expectations of golf course designs have certainly changed over his lengthy and brilliant career. “When we did golf courses in the 1960s the best response you could get as an architect was ‘when this course matures it’s going to be very, very good,”’ Fazio said. “Well, today that is failure because the day it opens people compare it to the best place they have ever been because there have been so many new golf courses created in the last 30 years. If you look at North Carolina, and go play one of my brand new courses like High Hampton, what are they going to compare it to? Well, Wade Hampton. Where is Wade Hampton ranked? Well, best in the state. That’s all people care about, but that’s our job.” www.triadgolf.com

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Nine holes filled with highlights for Surry golfer By STEVE WILLIAMS


hat’s more memorable -shooting a career-low 28 or making your first hole-in-one? That was the question Shane Vestal had to ponder after he accomplished both May 5 in an outing at Silo Run Golf Club. “I’m not really sure,” he answered. After taking a moment to think about it, he added, “I’m probably more proud of the 28. There have been a lot of people that make holes-in-one, but I don’t know if many people have shot 28.” Vestal, who resides in the Surry County township of Lowgap, began his round with three birdies, then a par before carding an ace on the 85-yard fifth hole with a sand wedge. Roger Adams, playing in the threesome, told Vestal he was 5-under through five. “That’s when it kind of hit me,” Vestal said. Vestal narrowly missed birdie chanc-

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es on holes 6 and 7, and made another par at 8, leaving him with only the par-5 ninth to play. “I told my son (15-year-old Lucas) if I can birdie here, I can shoot in the 20s,” he said. After a perfect drive to the middle of the fairway, Vestal hit a fairway metal up the hill to the elevated green, some 220 yards away. “The wind was a little into me and off the right and I usually hit a little draw anyway. I aimed at the right side of the green. When I got up there, it was three feet away,” he said. The eagle landed for the 7-under-par 28. Why no back nine for a chance to better his career 18-hole low of 65? “I was off work that Wednesday and I told my son that I would pick him up from school and we’d go play nine,” Vestal said. “It was getting late in the afternoon and we had already said we were just going to play nine.” And a half round turned out not half bad. Other great shots reported to Triad Golf Today since our May issue are summarized below:

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Double Eagle Shane Vernon of Stuart, Va., March 21, Gordon Trent GC. No. 18, 449 yards, driver, then pitching wedge from 110 yards. Playing partners: Bobby Greer, Barry Scott, John Oliver. His first double eagle.

Par-3 Aces Anthony Pace of Greensboro, May 20, Gillespie GC. No. 17, 136 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Justin Washington, Carl Brower, Perry Goad. His first ace. Gary Smith of Greensboro, May 19, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 3, 145 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Bob Williams, Jack McDowell, Dan Beibo. His seventh ace.

Brandon Maley of Greensboro, May 16, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 10, 130 yards, 8-iron. Playing partner: Samantha Maley. His first ace. Mickey Holcomb of Jonesville, May 15, Silo Run GC. No. 17, 118 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Grant Adams, Frank Macy, Virgil Dodson. His second ace. Bricio Valdez of Boonville, May 8, Silo Run GC. No. 5, 85 yards. Playing partners: Mike Boyles, Crystal Petree, Gregg Hill. His third ace, including two this year. Alan Duncan of Roxboro, May 7, Mill Creek GC. No. 8, 166 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Playing partner: Jay Bayliff. His third ace. Ron Anderson, May 5, Silo Run GC. No. 5, 85 yards, gap wedge. Playing partners: Milo James, Freddy Hutchens. Jason DeHart of Danville, Va., May 2, Southern Hills GC. No. 3, 200 yards, 3-wood. Playing partners: Jason Marshall, Brian Walker, Jay Yow. His first ace. Wilbur Shinault of Dobson, May 2, Silo Run GC. No. 5, 90 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partner: Kelly Piercy, Bricio Valdez, Johnny King. His seventh ace. Alejandro Gonzalez of Miami, Fla., May 1, Tanglewood Reynolds Course. No. 17, 117 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Cooper Blaze, Bennett Coe, Samuel Robinson. His first ace. Gerald Fain of Burlington, April 27, Indian Valley GC. No. 4, 140 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Ben Huffman, Terry Cheek, Robert Pearce. His first ace. Chad Duncan of Greensboro, April 26, Mill Creek GC. No. 17, 130 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partner: Alisha Duncan. His fourth ace. Phillip Morgan of East Bend, April 26, Silo Run GC. No. 5, 96 yards, sand wedge. Playing partners: Mickey Holcomb, Grant Adams. His second ace. Bobby McDaniel of Danville, Va., April 25, Southern Hils GC. No. 12, 173 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Gene Henderson, Rick Henderson. His first ace. Arlene Wellbrock of Greensboro, April 23, Jamestown Park GC. No. 17, 88 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Mary Yancy, Kathy Gleeson, Carol Vercaemert. Dale Smith of Eden, April 16, Lynrock GC. No. 2, 150 yards, 5-wood. Playing partners: Buddy Evans, Jackie Snead. His seventh ace. Ryan Patton of Asheboro, April 3. Holly Ridge GL. No. 3, 145 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Ken Grady, Mark Hagerty. His first ace. Jim Tavernit of Apex, March 11, Bryan Park Players Course. No. 5, 134 yards, 6-iron. Playing partner: Rick Flor. His first ace. David Craddock of Rocky Mount, Va., March 2, Gordon Trent GC. No. 13, 111 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Tony Weeks, George Collins, Roger Nance, Jimmy Martin. His second ace. Brenda Booth of Stuart, Va., Feb. 24, Gordon Trent GC. No. 3, 82 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Tony Booth, Danny Anderson. Her first ace. www.triadgolf.com




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35th North Carolina Senior Amateur Championship River Landing (Landing Course), Wallace • Par 72 May 11-13 1. Paul Simson, Raleigh! 67-71-74--212 2. William Banta, Jacksonville! 69-74-73--216 3. Steve Harwell, Mooresville! 67-71-79--217 4. James Pearson, Charlotte! 66-74-79--219 5. Kelly Stimart, Charlotte! 70-75-75--220 6. Doug Owens, Albemarle! 70-72-79--221 7. Walker Taylor, Wilmington! 68-75-79--222 Selected others from field of 134 8. Steve Sharpe, Greensboro! 70-75-78--223 14. Linley Tate, Greensboro! 70-74-80--224 19. Paul Slomkowski, Colfax! 77-73-77--227 20. Jeff Burcham, Greensboro! 74-79-75--228 30. Patrick Hynes, Clemmons! 77-79-75--231 46. Ernie Newton, Winston-Salem! 77-79-80--236 49. Glenn Collins, Greensboro! 79-79-79--237 56. Steve Kidd, Liberty! 76-82-81--239 67. Tom Hegarty, Greensboro! 77-80-87--244 Notes: Paul Simson claimed his record 42nd CGA Championship and his 10th N.C. Senior title ... Simson has been eligible for the Senior championship since he turned 55 some 15 years ago ... he pulled away in the final round with a 74 as most of the scores soared in windy playing conditions. 17th North Carolina Senior Women’s Amateur Highland Country Club, Fayetteville (par 72) • May 17-18 Championship Division 1. Pat Brogden, Garner! 73-71--144 2. Brenda Kuehn, Asheville! 76-74--150 3. Sook Hee Yang, Jamestown! 80-77--157 4. Patty Moore, Pinehurst! 83-78--161 Selected others from field of 24 19. Lisa Mooneyham, Graham! 93-90--183 20. Katherine DeVore, High Point! 92-94--186 Carolinas Division 1. Lori Teague, Taylorsville! 86-81--167 1. Tammy Johnson, Taylorsville! 82-85--167 3. Julie Shore, Raleigh! 83-85--168 4. Kelly Whitley, Greensboro! 87-82--169 Selected others from field of 24 7. Jackie Edmunds, Greensboro! 87-84--171 10 Mary Rhodes, Greensboro! 86-86--172 10. Maria Malone, Greensboro! 88-84--172 15. Karen Brookshire, Asheboro! 87-89--176 70th Carolinas Four-Ball Championship Championship Match • May 3 Anthony Conn, Raleigh-Brandon Reece, Rolesville, def. Davis Womble, Winston-Salem-Chad Wilfong, Charlotte, 21 holes Semifinal Matches • May 2 Womble-Wilfong def. Paul Tucker, Waxhaw-Brent Roof, Columbia, SC, 8 and 6 Conn-Reece def. Justin Gupton-Kyle Davis, Charlotte, 1 up Quarterfinal Matches • May 2 Womble-Wilfong def. Dermot McElhennon, Wake ForestJackson Sides, Chapel Hill, 5 and 4 Conn-Reece def. Crawford Reeves, Taylors, SC-McCuen Elmore, Lancaster, SC, 1 up Gupton-Davis def. McClure Thompson, Little River, S.C. Mitchell Vance, Hartsville, S.C., 2 up Tucker-Roof def. Ryan Reynolds-Brandon Cemprola, Columbia, SC, 19 holes Notes: The championship match between Anthony Conn and Brandon Reece and Davis Womble and Chad Wilfong was a battle of birdies as both teams fired 64 and tied the first two playoff holes with more birdies ... Conn and Reece prevailed in the longest championship match in tournament history with a par ... Wilfong and Womble opened with a 2-and-1 decision over Dustin Moore and Matthew Crenshaw of Burlington and followed in the round of 16 with a 5-and-3 decision over Garland Ferrell and Michael Sims of South Carolina ... Chris Cassetta of High Point and Steven Brame of Henderson shared the top spot with two other teams in the medal play portion of the event with 63-66 and won their first round match 4 and 2 before falling by a 5-and-4 score in the round of 16 ... Wilfong and Womble were fourth in medal play, one shot off the lead with 65-65 ... Clay Watkins of Mebane and Jason Garrett of Stem also made the match play bracket and won their first round match by a 3-and-2 count but were eliminated in the round of 16 by Conn and Reece, 4 and 3.

CGA One-Day Four-Ball

Selected finishers from Triad (top half of division) ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS The Cardinal by Pete Dye, Greensboro • May 17 Men Long Tees (12 entries) 1. Mark Nieters, Winston-Salem-Stephen Dunn, Boonville! 67 2. Taylor Zimmerman, Elkin-Grayson Cheek, Wilkesboro! 69 Men Regular Tees • Flight 1 (11 entries) 3. Aaron Babson, Stokesdale-Troy Tarwater, Charlotte! 72 4. Brian Stark, Jamestown-Stephen Legrone, Greensboro! 73 Men Regular Tees • Flight 2 (11 entries) 1. Vincent Avera, Greensboro-Ronald Ramos, Kernersville! 71 3. Forrest Goff, Brown Summit-Jeff Morton, Randleman! 78 5. Greg Crite, McLeansville-Donnie Holt, Kernersville! 80



Men Short Tees (10 entries) 2. Parker Whitt-Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! 2. Mike Sprouts-Douglas Dean, Winston-Salem! 5. Gary Eubanks, Greensboro-Alan Buie, Denton! Cleghorn Golf & Sports Club, Rutherfordton May 10 Men Long Tees (7 entries) 1. Brady Gregor, Winston-Salem-Tee Burton Shelby! Men Regular Tees (7 entries) 2. Jim Williams, Kernersville-David Larmour, Flat Rock! 3. Marcus Martin, Walkertown-Robert Doerr, Mint Hill!

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SENIOR ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS The Clubs at St. James Plantation (Players Club) • May 18 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (10 entries) 4. Tommy Jones, Asheboro-Billy Potter, Carolina Beach! 72 Super Senior 65+ (15 entries) 1. Steve Burge, Burlington-Charlie Moore, N.Myrtle Beach! 69 6. Steven Johnson, Jefferson-Terry Glidewell, Greensboro! 74 The Clubs at St. James Plantation (Founders Club) • May 17 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (9 entries) 3. Gregor Howard, Winston-Salem-Cliff Howard, Southport! 70 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (9 entries) 3. Tommy Martin, Whitsett-Brian Johnson, McLeansville! 76 Super Senior 65+ (14 entries) 1. Steve Burge, Burlington-Charlie Moore, N.Myrtle Beach! 68 Wilmington Municipal GC • May 5 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (8 entries) 4. Joey Hall, Mebane-Bob Teseny, Durham!


Magnolia Greens (Camellia/Azalea) • May 3 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (11 entries) 3. Joey Hall, Mebane-Bob Teseny, Durham!


LADIES ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS Reserve at Lake Keowee, Sunset, SC • May 11 Second Flight (13 entries) 3. Pam Ripsom-Chris Nickerson, Winston-Salem! 84 Greensboro CC (Irving Park) • April 27 First Flight (13 entries) 1. Leigh Armentrout, Greensboro-Kathy Binkley, Cornelius! 72 5. Sook Hee Yang, Jamestown-Katherine DeVore, High Point!77 Second Flight (13 entries) 1. Bonnie Montgomery, Jamestown-Carmen Andia, Whitsett!78 2. Pamela Finlen, Reidsville-Lisa Milligan, Greensboro! 79 4. Mary Rhodes, Greensboro-Clate Aydlett, Elizabeth City! 81 5. Barbara Munnett, Winston-Salem-Kim Jones, Greensboro!82 Fourth Flight (13 entries) 2. Mary Smith, Mayodan-Martha Ore, Madison! 90 5. Linda Arnaud, Kernersville-Jane Swanson, Greensboro! 94 Greensboro CC (Farm) • April 26 First Flight (13 entries) 1. Sook Hee Yang, Jamestown-June Lee, Durham! Second Flight (13 entries) 1. Mary Rhodes, Greensboro-Clate Aydlett, Elizabeth City! 3. Kathy Daniels, Stoneville-Vickie Oakes, Blairs, Va.! 3. Pamela Finlen, Reidsville-Lisa Milligan, Greensboro! Fourth Flight (13 entries) 2. Joan Moore, Eden-Martha Ore, Madison! 4. Linda Arnaud, Kernersville-Jane Swanson, Greensboro! 6. Tricia Hull, Greensboro-Donna Pratt, Naples!

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Carolinas PGA

70th South Carolina Open TPC Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, SC • May 11-12 1. Derek Watson, Myrtle Beach, $4,250! 70-69--139 2. Tommy Gibson, Mount Airy, $2,800! 69-72--141 3. Brock Elder, Randleman, $2,300! 71-72--143 3. a-Robert Lutomski, Simpsonville, SC! 71-72--143 Selected others from field of 144 10. Steve Isley, Oak Island, $1,100! 74-73--147 17. a-Chris Cassetta, High Point! 73-75--148 17. Aaron O’Callaghan, Pfafftown, $748! 75-73--148 25. Brad Luebchow, Lewisville, $642! 78-71--149 25. John Faidley, Charlotte, $642! 76-73--149 30. Jimmy Flippen, Danville, Va., $479! 71-79--150 64. Chris Haarlow, Greensboro! 78-77--155 70. Troy Spencer, Charlotte! 75-81--156

The GPro Tour

The Club at Irish Creek, Kannapolis (par 71) • May 5-7 1. Austin Morrison, St.Simons Isl, Ga., $10,000! 64-66-69--199 2. Payton White, Davidson, $3,795! 71-66-65--202 2. Charlie Huntzinger, Shady Dale, Ga., $3,795!66-69-67--202 2. Zach Edmondson, Morrisville, $3,795! 68-66-68--202 2. Danny Walker, Jacksonville, Fla., $3,795! 67-64-71--202 Selected others from field of 77 13. Ryan Sullivan, Advance, $1,375! 70-66-70--206 13. William Register, Burlington, $1,375! 68-66-72--206

Amateur Team

Halifax CC Two-Ball Invitational Halifax CC, Halifax, Va. • April 24-25 Championship Flight (par 70) 1. Jamie Gilley-Caleb Keck! 64-67--131 2. Kwan Kim-Michael Boyd! 67-67--134 2. David Meeks-Kevin Haskins! 66-68--134

USGA Qualifying

U.S. Open Local Qualifying Note: Five qualifiers from all the local events advance to one of nine sectional sites on June 7 for 36-hole competition, hoping to earn a spot in the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego, June 17-20

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Second Flight


Third Flight Craig Abendschein! 82-80--162 Senior Championship Chester Thorpe! 66-71--137 Jerry Joyce! 66-73--139 Senior First Flight Zane Jones! 75-72--147 Bruce Newsome! 78-73--151

Senior Second Flight Tony Moore! 9-84--163 Kevin Spencer! 81-83--164 Stan Spangle Jr.! 81-83--164 Senior Third Flight Tim Eller! 82-75--157 Steve Terek! 83-84--167 Mike Brown! 84-85--169

••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • Golfweek Am Tour ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • Tr i a 65 d Listing Triad area players in top half High Point Memorial ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Carolina Trace CC (Lake), Sanford Blair Park GC, High Point• • May 22-23 67 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• May 8 Championship Flight (top 6 of 11) • 68 B FLIGHT (11 entries) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Marc Cox! 69-67--136 69 • 1. Mike Craig, Whitsett ! 78 Anthony Baker! 67-70--137 70 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Rob Andrews, Jamestown! 82 Curtis Brotherton! •68-69--137 3. 3. Hunter Walker, Eden! 82 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Buck Hall! 69-69--138 • D FLIGHT (10 entries) Jay Baity! 68-71--139

Pinewild CC (Holly), Pinehurst May 17 1. Nathan Stamey, Biltmore Lake! 2. Thomas Bass, Wilmington! 3. a-Chad Wilfong, Charlotte! 4. Will Stewart, Charlotte! 5. a-Kurtis Grant, Southern Pines! Note: Grant won a playoff with four players to claim the final spot.

Duke University GC, Durham April 27 1. Ryan Sullivan, Winston-Salem! 71 1. Zane Lewis, Sanford! 71 1. a-Ian Siebers, Bellevue, Wash.! 71 4. Ben Griffin, Chapel Hill! 72 4. Ryan Cole, Glen Allen, Va. ! 72 4. a-Stuart Fuller, Winston-Salem! 72 Note: Fuller lost in a playoff for the final spot and is first alternate Other Local Qualifiers Amateur Peter Hinnant of WinstonSalem shot 68 and made it through local qualifying on April 29 in Lafayette, La. ... Mark Kriston of Clemmons shot 65 to tie for first and advanced through the local qualifier in York, Pa. on May 13 ... Dan Walters of Winston-Salem shot 71 and finished in a tie for the fourth and fifth spots on May 6 at Phoenix, Md., but lost in a playoff and will be an alternate.

CGA One-Day

Listing Triad area players in top half Pilot Knob Park, Pilot Mountain May 15 Men A • Flight 1 (10 entries) 2. Drew Davis, Lexington! 73 4. Kenny Flynn, Winston-Salem! 75 4. Joey Perkins, King! 75 Men A • Flight 2 (11 entries) 2. Seth Hall, Greensboro! 75 3. Ryan Lantz, Kernersville! 78 4. Stevie Blankenship,Winston-Salem! 81 Men B • Flight 1 (9 entries) 1. Tanner Koon, Rural Hall! 79 2. Charlie Fisher, Clemmons! 82 3. Jim Williams, Kernersville! 86 3. Nathan Fletcher, Mount Airy! 86 Men B • Flight 2 (10 entries) 3. Michael Gilmore, Pfafftown! 89 4. William Butler, High Point! 93 Senior Men A (5 entries) 1. James Kemerling, Lewisville! 73 Senior Men B (11 entries) 1. Larry Kiger, Winston-Salem! 72 3. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 82 3. Harold Leonard, Winston-Salem! 82 5. Mark Marion, Winston-Salem! 84 Super Senior Men Flight 1 (8 entries) 1. Michael Burdick, McLeansville! 77 2. Al Smith, Ararat! 78 3. Ray Copeland, Gibsonville! 80 Super Senior Men Flight 2 (8 entries) 2. Mark Hartson, Winston-Salem! 87 2. David Harrison, Yadkinville! 87 Carolina National (Heron/Ibis), Bolivia May 16 Senior Men (9 entries) 2. Jeffrey Petry, Elon! 77 2. Wayne Parrish, Reidsville ! 77 Gates Four CC, Fayetteville • May 9 Senior Men A (9 entries) 3. Brandon Birch, Elon! 79

Amateur Individual

Graham City Amateur Southwick GC, Graham • May 22-23 Championship Flight Robert Trent! 72-68--140 Adam Hamlett! 70-71--141 Dustin Bateman! 71-70--141 Tony Byerly ! 69-73--142 Tanner Gross! 71-71--142 First Flight Willie Noah! 73-67--140 Steve Bigham! 73-68--141 Stephen Barnes! 73-69--142

4. Greg Dotson, Ridgeway, Va.! 97 Chris Ingram! 71-68--139 5. Jack Moose Sr., Ramseur! 98 First Flight (top 6 of 13) Justin Franklin! 74-70--144 Mill Creek GC, Mebane Dane Robertson! 72-72--144 May 1 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Jim Shaw! 72-74--146 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (11 entries) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Austin Mills! 73-75--148 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2. Kyle Moffett, Snow Camp! 74 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Jake Ledbetter! 72-76--148 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2. Kenny Flynn, Winston-Salem! 74 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Robin Rice! 74-74--148 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4. Park Williams, Kernersville! 76 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Second Flight (top 6 of 13) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• A FLIGHT (10 entries) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Brandon Harter! 75-72--147 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1. Mark Dill, Pelham! 76 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Frank Ward! 76-71--147 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4. Cuong Ton, Greensboro! 81 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Mike Sigmon! 77-72--149 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• B FLIGHT (17 entries) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Danny Southern! 75-76--151 5. Greg Groce, Germanton! 85 Tony Moore! 75-78--153 6. Hunter Walker, Eden! 86 Rodney Kirby! 76-77--153 C FLIGHT (13 entries) Third Flight (top 5 of 12) 1. J.D. Osborne, Union Grove! 81 Johnny Hopkins! 79-71--150 4. Christy McCauley, Greensboro! 89 Wes Tyner! 79-73--152 5. Bobby Hutchison, Walnut Cove! 91 Doug Meurs! 79-74--153 D FLIGHT (17 entries) Jeremy Walley! 79-75--154 2. Greg Dotson, Ridgeway, Va.! 90 Mark Riley! 78-76--154 4. David Rosier, Salisbury! 92 Fourth Flight (top 4 of 13) 5. Jack Moose Sr., Ramseur! 93 Faron Skeen! 80-68--148 7. Don Michaux, Greensboro! 95 Eddie Shipman! 81-74--155 Paul Walker! 81-75--156 Scott Hutcherson! 81-75--156 Listing Triad area players in top half Fifth Flight (top 3 of 14) Stoney Creek GC, Whitsett Jerry Odell! 82-78--160 May 20 Bruce Dehart! 83-79--162 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (4 entries) David Gilstrap! 83-79--162 1. Craig Cathey, Burlington! 73 Sixth Flight (top 3 of 17) 2. Dan Anthony, Thomasville! 82 Ben Bowers! 86-79--165 A FLIGHT (23 entries) Zach Springer! 86-81--167 5. Don Tabat, Lexington! 78 Everett Dehart! 89-83--172 6. Coung Ton, Greensboro! 79 45th annual Bud Kivett Memorial 9. Mark Harper, Winston-Salem! 80 Blair Park GC, High Point • May 1 B FLIGHT (18 entries) Oak Hollow GC, High Point • May 2 4. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 83 Championship and First Flight 4. Michael Turbeville, Greensboro! 83 Jeremy Ray! 70-69--139 7. David Boger, Greensboro! 84 Bo Bolick! 68-72--140 8. John Lindsay, Lexington! 84 Gary Pugh! 68-72--140 C FLIGHT (20 entries) Jake Clodfelter! 67-74--141 1. Terry Lunsford, Winston-Salem! 85 Will Suddreth! 69-72--141 8. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 90 Jay Baity! 69-73--142 10. Ed McNally, Graham! 92 Brian Hayes! 69-73--142 10. Cal Rogers, Graham! 92 Ryan Hodges! 70-72--142 Carolina Trace CC (Lake), Sanford Dwayne Blakely! 68-75--143 May 6 Curtis Brotherton! 67-77--144 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (9 entries) Colton Sapp! 69-75--144 1. Craig Sturdivant, Sanford! 74 Stephen Mabry! 73-72--145 3. Craig Cathey, Burlington! 76 Justin Franklin! 72-74--146 A FLIGHT (21 entries) Faron Skeen! 71-75--146 5. Howard Nemenz, Winston-Salem! 81 Nick Welshons! 69-77--146 B FLIGHT (22 entries) Andrew Mespelt! 69-78--147 5. Gene Jones, Thomasville! 83 Scott Tracy! 73-74--147 C FLIGHT (26 entries) Second Flight 4. Cal Rogers, Graham! 92 Tate Coleman! 75-74--149 Josh Spell! 75-75--150 Mill Creek GC, Mebane Carroll Strong! 76-79--155 April 29 Rob Hart! 77-80--157 A FLIGHT (17 entries) Third Flight 1. Howard Nemenz, Winston-Salem! 73 Tom Coleman! 77-75--152 B FLIGHT (19 entries) Nick Johnson! 78-76--154 1. Dave Teague, Winston-Salem! 78 Danny Niday! 79-76--155 5. Gene Jones, Thomasville! 83 77-80--157 Rob Hart! 6. David Boger, Greensboro! 84 Fourth Flight 6. Dave Baker, Greensboro! 84 Scott Hutcherson! 82-81--163 C FLIGHT (19 entries) Will Mabe! 82-83--165 6. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 86 Mark Riley! 83-85--168 8. Don Michaux, Greensboro! 88 Tyler Nickola! 82-88--170 8. Ron Tapscott, Walkertown! 88 Senior Division Championship Flight Buck Hall! 70-73--143 Chris Ingram! 73-76--149 Greensboro National Senior Assoc. Russ Patterson! 72-78--150 May 6 and 20 Brian Skeen! 73-81--154 Seniors Senior First Flight Barry Knight       ! 83-76--159 Danny Southern! 75-74--149 David Anderson ! 82-81--163 Lee Everhart! 76-75--151 Super Seniors Charles Mackintosh! 75-80--155 Carson Hurley    ! 76-78--154 Michael Kindley! 76-81--157 Richard Dickens ! 78-84--162

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Guilford takes third in NCAA DIII nationals By STEVE WILLIAMS


uilford rallied from ninth place after the first round of the NCAA Division III Championship to place third, 24 shots behind Illinois Wesleyan. The Quakers spotted Wesleyan a 12-shot lead with a first round 302, but then followed up with 286-295-296 to steadily climb the team leaderboard in the event played at Oglebay Resort and Golf Club in West Virginia on May 11-14. But Illinois Wesleyan proved impossible to catch while finishing at 1,555 (290-286287-292), the lowest score in the NCAAs since 1998 and its second straight title. The Titans won in 2019 and last year’s event was canceled due to COVID-19. Methodist finished runner-up at 1168, 13 back of Illinois Wesleyan and 11 ahead of Guilford. The third-place finish marked the Quakers’ fourth straight top-five in the NCAAs. Guilford was led by seniors James Mishoe and Jack Lee, who tied for 12th at 295. Fellow senior Addison Manring was a shot back at 296 and tied for 15th. Manring, who played his high school golf at McMichael, shot 78-74-72-72. Louis Lambert, another senior, had the Quakers’ low round of the tournament with a secondManring round 69, but settled for a tie for 57th at 205. Sam Davidson, a freshman from Asheboro, counted for Guilford in the first two rounds with 74-72, but he ended with 83-77 and tied for 62nd. Basil Boyd, a senior from Martinsville, tied for 15th with 296 (75-74-72-75). He made the cut individually after his team was eliminated after two rounds. Guilford earned its automatic berth to the nationals by winning the Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship in late April at Bryan Park’s Champions Course. The Quakers edged Hampden-Sydney by two shots. Guilford trailed HampdenSydney by two shots after two rounds of the 54-hole tournament, but Mishoe fired a final-round 66 to carry the Quakers to their 18th ODAC championship. Mishoe placed second individually with www.triadgolf.com

212 (73-73-66), one shot back of HampdenSydney’s Hunter Martin (73-69-69). Lambert and Davidson tied for eighth, and Manring and Lee tied for 11th in the 57-player field.

Hinnant 7th at Sun Belt Peter Hinnant wrapped up an outstanding junior season at Louisiana at Lafayette with a tie for seventh in the Sun Belt Conference Championships. The WinstonSalem native had four Hinnant top-10s during the season, including a best T-5 last September at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate. He finished with a 73.1 average in 27 rounds, highlighted by six rounds in the 60s. He tied a school record for the lowest score, a 64 in the second round of the Louisiana Classics in March.

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Wake Forest headed to NCAAs Wake Forest was among seven teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference to earn berths in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship. North Carolina, N.C. State, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech and Louisville also will represent the conference May 28-June 2 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. The field includes 30 teams. Seven teams are the most ever from the ACC, breaking the previous mark of six, which was accomplished five times. Wake Forest will be making its 46th appearance in the NCAAs after placing third at the Cle Elum, Wash., Regional. East Tennessee State won the regional by 10 shots over San Francisco with Wake Forest ending 12 back with 850 (278-287285). It took a score of 858 or better to advance. Alex Fitzpatrick, a junior from England, led the Demon Deacons with a secondplace individual finish, firing 67-68-71. Parker Gillam, a senior from Cary, tied for 11th, sophomore Mark Power tied for 19th, senior Eric Bae tied for 22nd. Freshman Michael Brennan tied for 39th. All five players had their score count at least once. The NCAA championship features 72 holes of stroke play, with a cut to the top 15 after 54 holes. The top eight teams will then advance to the match play portion of the event.

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Junior Golf Scoreboard NCHSAA 4A Womens Golf Championship Pinehurst #1, Pinehurst, NC May 11, 2021 Teams Division - 5,466 1 Reagan 2 Green Hope 3 Cardinal Gibbons Girls Division - 5,466 1 Macy Pate, Reagan 2 Grace Holcomb, Laney 3 Morgan Ketchum, Reagan Selected Others 11 Anna Howerton, Reagan 18 Harper Shepherd, Page 25 Kyleigh Harnsberger, Davie County 25 Mary-Paige King, West Forsyth 28 Emma Niebauer, High Point Central

37 Mary Alice Massey, Western Alamance 39 Abigail May, Western Alamance 40 Meredith Pegram, Rockingham County

213 221 226 68 69 70 75 76 79 79 80

263 281 289 308 71 79 84 84 84 84 85 87 93 93 95 95 97

Pinehurst #8, Pinehurst, NC May 11, 2021 Teams Division - 5,153 1 West Lincoln 2 Pine Lake Prep 3 Newton-Conover Selected Others 4 Oak Grove Girls Division - 5,153 1 Katherine Schuster, First Flight 2 Caroline Johnson, Pine Lake Prep 3 Jala Stamey, Hayesville 3 Jenna Rutledge, East Carteret Selected Others 6 Laney Wessels, Bishop McGuinness 6 Kirstyn Page, West Stokes 20 Mattie Noonkester, Mount Airy 20 Emma Maddock, Oak Grove 24 Sarah Stewart, Oak Grove 27 Ashley Limbacher, Ledford 30 Kaitlyn McDonell, Oak Grove 39 Lily Smith, Atkins

82 85 93

3A Boys State Championship

257 267 269 271 70 76 77 77 80 80 86 86 88 92 97 104

4A Boys State Championship Pinehurst #2, Pinehurst, NC May 10, 2021 Team Division - 6,961 1 Pinecrest High School 2 RJ Reynolds High School 3 Myers Park High School Boys Division - 6,961 1 Jackson Van Paris, Pinecrest 2 Hampton Roberts, Panther Creek 2 William Webb. Broughton Selected Others 4 Robert Gefaell, R.J. Reynolds 18 Aaron Jackson Burris, Grimsley 21 Fisher Kennedy, R.J. Reynolds 21 Bennett Fant, R.J. Reynolds


26 Owen Pearce, R.J. Reynolds 39 Andrew Plate, Page 48 Mason Beshears, West Forsyth

1A/2A Womens Golf Championship

3A Womens Golf Championship

Beacon Ridge G&C, West End, NC May 11, 2021 Teams Division - 5,354 1 Freedom High School 2 Cox Mill High School 3 Rockingham County High School Selected Others 5 Western Alamance High School Girls Division - 5,354 1 Emily Mathews, Eastern Alamance 2 Layla Meric, Cuthbertson 3 Lily Jordan, Northwood 3 Kayla Hightower, Marvin Ridge 3 Anna Czarkowski, Freedom 3 Albany Bock, Freedom Selected Others 7 Elli Flinchum, Rockingham County 8 Kyleigh Whittemore, Southern Alamance 18 Hannah Waddell, East Rowan 18 Salem Lee, Asheboro 24 MaKayla Martinez, Western Alamance 24 Olivia Peterson, Rockingham County 29 Madison Cook, Eastern Guilford

106 107 109

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308 319 322 72 73 73 75 80 81 81

Longleaf GC, Southern Pines, NC May 10, 2021 Team Division - 6,425 1 Charlotte Catholic 2 Marvin Ridge 3 Terry Sanford Boys Division - 6,425 1 Lucas Benjamin Ward, T.C. Roberson 2 Nick Norman, Forestview 2 Cameron Hardison, J.H. Rose 2 Ethan Paschal, Terry Sanford 2 Jacob Conklin, Northwood Selected Others 9 Jake Clayton, Western Alamance 15 Ethan White, Western Guilford 24 Garrett Hauk, Williams

299 302 305 69 70 70 70 70 74 75 77

2A Boys State Championship Pinehurst #6, Pinehurst, NC May 10, 2021 Team Division 1 Lake Norman Charter 2 Midway 3 Ledford Selected Others 5 Wheatmore 8 West Davidson Boys Division - 6,634 1 Lexton Ford, West Caldwell 2 Drew O’Neal, Beddingfield 3 Connor Brown, Shelby Selected Others 4 Cayden Bryner, Oak Grove 10 Luke Nelson, Ledford 15 Brodie Perry. Wheatmore 15 Calvin Hawkins, West Davidson 19 Hunter Marshall, Wheatmore 19 Connor Carter, Eastern Randolph 21 Tyler Partee, Ledford

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24 Gavin Dennis, Wheatmore 31 Austin Rickard, Randleman 31 Will Fowler, Salisbury 31 Trey Benson, Oak Grove 36 Javon Comer, Ledford 39 Connor Davidson, Ledford 40 Jonathan Harding, West Davidson 42 Wes Hodgin, Wheatmore 43 Kenneth Lanier, Central Davidson 43 Andrew Bruner, West Davidson 45 Macon Stovallm, West Davidson

83 85 85 85 87 88 90 93 97 97 100

1A Boys State Championship Foxfire Resort RF, Foxfire Village, NC May 10, 2021 Team Division - 6,339 1 Community School of Davidson 317 1 East Surry 317 3 Riverside (Martin) 326 Boys Division - 6,339 1 Caleb Surratt, Union Academy 69 2 William Spicer, Thomas Jefferson 71 3 James Owings, Elkin 73 3 Bradley Davis, East Surry 73 Selected Others 5 Daniel Jones, Bishop McGuinness 74 7 Jackson Maze, 75 Community School of Davidson 7 Chase Harris, East Surry 75 12 Connor Maddox, 77 Community School of Davidson 21 Rafe Davison, 82 Community School of Davidson 22 Tolliver Rivers, 83 Community School of Davidson 22 Anderson Badgett, East Surry 83 31 Jace Goldbach, East Surry 86 39 Eli Magrini, Cornerstone Charter 94

HJGT Raleigh Junior Open River Ridge GC, Raleigh, NC May 15-16, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division - 6452 1 Andrew Gallagher, Grimesland 73-73--146 2 Branden Boyce, Spring Lake 75-72--147 3 Jack Boyer, Greensboro 78-70--148 Selected Others 6 Gavin Deibler, Winston-Salem 77-76--153 21 Clark Warnock, Summerfield 95-81--176 Boys 11-13 Division - 5731 1 Merritt Mathesius, Bristol, VA 84-86--170 2 Robert Giuffra, New York, NY 92-82--174 3 Gabe Parkin, Four Oaks 87-91--178 4 Logan Eddy, Greensboro 102-100--202

CGA Vicki DiSantis Girls’ Invitational Pine Island Country Club, Charlotte, NC May 1-2, 2021 Girls Division - 6023 1 Emily Mathews, Mebane 67-75--142 2 Elizabeth Rudisill, Charlotte 71-72--143 3 Ella Perna, Durham 72-74--146 3 Kiera Bartholomew, Wake Forest 72-74--146 3 Mary Kathryn Talledo, Spartanburg 69-77--146 Selected Others 10 Macy Pate, Winston-Salem 73-76--149 10 Morgan Ketchum, Winston-Salem 76-73--149 18 Kayla Dowell, Mebane 75-77--152 19 Gabriela Cruz, High Point 78-75--153 30 Leah Edwards, Greensboro 80-78--158 44 Macie Burcham, Greensboro 84-78--162 59 Emma Niebauer, High Point 83-84--167 59 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 84-83--167 66 Katelyn Griggs, Lexington 80-88--168 77 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 87-91--178 78 Elli Flinchum, Summerfield 91-89--180


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The Country Club of Wakefield, Raleigh, NC May 22, 2021 Age 12 Division - 1,619 1 Collyn Smith, Goldsboro 39 1 Andrew Kennedy, Raleigh 39 3 Arianna Beverly, Morrisville 43 Selected Others 7 Troy Geisler, High Point 64 Ages 10-11 Division - 1,619 1 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 32 2 Randal West, Goldsboro 35 3 Mark DeVault, Cary 36

Selected Others 8 Peyton Wyatt, Kernersville 18 Owen Anderson, Burlington

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18th NC Middle School Championship Longleaf G&FC, Southern Pines, NC May 8, 2021 Team Division 1 Oberlin Road Middle 143 2 Northern Guilford Middle 146 3 Salisbury Academy 148 3 Durham Academy 148 Selected Others 23 Hanes Magnet Middle 172 24 Wesleyan Christian 184 Boys Division – 5,471 1 Hank Johnson, Table Rock Middle 70 1 Preston Howe, Summit School 70 1 Hayden Magnussen, Northern Guilford Middle 70 1 John McCoy, Salisbury Academy 70 70 1 Jack Halloran, O’Neal 1 Jackson West, EB Aycock Middle 70 Selected Others 27 Chase Daly, Northern Guilford 76 31 Sawyer Slate, SE Stokes Middle 77 36 Warren Fesperman, Salisbury Academy 78 43 Kyle Baker, Trinity 80 52 Samuel Key, Northern Guilford 83 61 Ren Niebauer, Wesleyan Christian 86 63 Kevin Zhang, Hanes Magnet 87 67 Bryant Davis, Salisbury Academy 89 67 Brandon Bowman, Chestnut Grove 89 73 Landon Packard, Meadowlark 92 77 Cooper Cavanaugh, Wesleyan Christian 98 Girls Division - 5,471 1 Jenna Kim, Durham Academy 73 2 Saia Rampersaud, Durham Academy 78 3 Emerson B. Dever, Githens Middle 79 3 Shyla Brown, Home School 79 Selected Others 5 Rachel Joyce, Strayer Middle 80 8 Hillary Gong, Hanes Magnet Middle 85 19 Sadie Mecham, Wiley Middle 92

Down East Junior Emerald GC, New Bern, NC April 24-25, 2021 Boys Division - 6529 1 Cameron Hardison, Greenville 72-69--141 2 Mack Edwards, Charlotte 70-72--142 3 Andrew Gallagher, Grimesland 72-71--143 Selected Others 9 Kyle Haas, Winston-Salem 73-73--146 12 Owen Pearce, Winston-Salem 75-73--148 18 Jack Boyer, Greensboro 75-75--150 29 Hayden Magnussen, Greensboro 80-74--154 29 Sam Terry, Thomasville 77-77--154 38 Benjamin Peters, Winston-Salem 75-80--155 38 Daniel Jones, Greensboro 79-76--155 41 Fisher Kennedy, Winston-Salem 81-75--156 46 Chase McLaughlin, Kernersville 81-76--157

PKBGT Coastal Carolina Classic Hackler GC, Conway, SC May 8-9, 2021 Futures National - 5287 1 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 2 Kitson O’’Neal, Pinehurst 3 Emerson Simons, Spencer, WV Selected Others 15 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 35 Ava Gutshall, Winston-Salem

78-75--153 77-76--153 80-74--154 82-81--183 87-92--179

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Carolina Trace CC, Sanford, NC April 24-25, 2021 Bell National - 5972 1 Anne-Lea Lavoie, Quebec 72-78--150 2 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 77-77--154 3 Kayla Maletto, Sinking Spring, PA 78-78--156 Selected Others 9 Katelyn Griggs, Lexington 85-81--166 Futures National - 5273 1 Jenna Kim, Raleigh 70-74--144 2 Ella June Hannant, Pikeville 73-77--150 3 Alicia Fang, Waxhaw 82-75--157 4 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 80-80--160 Selected Others 7 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 83-80--163 24 Salem Lee, Asheboro 88-90--178 33 Monica Solis, Clemmons 90-101--191 38 Isabella Holmes, Summerfield 117-102--219





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

CGA Seniors/Super Seniors June 7-8 – 13th Carolinas Super Senior, CC of South Carolina, Forence, SC.

CGA Men/Mid-Am June 17-20 – 61st North Carolina Amateur, Lonnie Poole GC, Raleigh. Selected qualifying sites: Keith Hills CC, Buies Creek, also first round of Carolinian, (May 21); Brier Creek CC, Raleigh (May 27); Forest Oaks GC, Greensboro (June 2). 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, FuquayVarina (June 28); Bermuda Run East (July 15).

CGA Mixed Events July 16 – 55th Carolinas Father-Son, Pinehurst area courses. July 16 – 24th Carolinas Parent-Child, Pinehurst area courses.

CGA Women June 10-12 – 95th Carolinas Women’s Amateur, Rolling Hills CC, Monroe. June 29-30 – 44rd Carolinas Women’s FourBall, Orangeburg CC, Orangeburg, SC. 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.

CGA One-Day Individual Men, Senior, Super Senior and Women June 13 – Hyland GC, Southern Pines June 28 – Duke University GC, Durham July 17 – Longleaf GC, Southern Pines July 18 – Legacy GL, Aberdeen

CGA One-Day Four-Ball Men, Women and Mixed Team June 12 – Carolina Trace GC (Lake), Sanford June 21 – Greensboro CC (Farm) July 26 – Club at 12 Oaks, Holly Springs

CGA Women Four-Ball Play Days June 2 – Rumbling Bald (Bald Mountain), Lake Lure. June 3 – Rumbling Bald (Apple Valley), Lake Lure.

Amateur Individual June 11-13 – Asheboro City Amateur, Asheboro Municipal, Holly Ridge GL, Pinewood CC. (Randolph County residents only). 336-625-4158. June 12-13 – Bob Howerton Invitational, Kinderton CC, Clarksville, Va. 434-374-8822. June 26-27 – Wake County Amateur, Pine Hollow GC, Clayton. Medal play in flights. Not restricted to Wake County residents. 919-553-4554. June 26-27 – Chair City Open, Winding Creek GC, Thomasville. Medal play in flights. 336-475-5580. June 26-27 – Brookwood Amateur, Brookwood GC, Whitsett. Medal play in flights. 336-449-5544. 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 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.

Senior Individual June 17-18 – 60th Forsyth Seniors, Pine Knolls GC and Maple Chase G&CC. Limited to Forsyth County residents 50-over with play in age divisions. Bobby Hege 336-416-3289. 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.

Ladies Individual/Team June 26-27 – 54th Colonial Country Club Ladies Invitational, Colonial CC, Thomasville. Pre-flighted CGA ranking event. Beth Smith 336-442-7589.

Amateur Team May 29-30 – Stokes County Amateur, Hemlock Golf Club, Walnut Cove, Medal Play in Flights/ Individual event, Not restricted to Stokes County Residents. 336-591-7934. June 5-6 – Oak Hollow 2-Man Open, Oak Hollow GC, High Point. 2-man captain’s choice. 336-883-3260. June 12-13 – Goodyear Invitational Two-Man, Goodyear GC, Danville. 434-797-1909. June 12-13 – Lynrock Memorial Two-Man, Lynrock GC, Eden. 336-623-6110. June 19-20 – Hemlock 2-man, Hemlock GC, Walnut Cove. 36-hole best ball, flighted after first round. 336-591-7934. July 24-25 – Tuscarora Two-Man Invitational, Tuscarora CC, Danville. Medal play in flights. 434-724-4191.

Golfweek Amateur Tour 919-708-3351 June 5 – Challenge GC, Graham June 19 – Anderson Creek GC, Spring Lake July 10-11 – Southern Regional at Kiawah Island Osprey Point and Ocean Course July 17 – Bryan Park (Players), Brown Summit

Senior Amateur Tour (ages 50-over) 336-303-6737 June 3 – Challenge GC, Graham June 17 – Anderson Creek, Spring Lake July 12-13 – Sandhills Regional at Mid Pines GC, Southern Pines

Captains Choice June 11-20–Nehemiah’s “Golfing for Good” Virtual Golf Tournament Fundraiser benefiting the Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center, Grandover Resort, Greensboro, Randi Francis 336-324-7902 ext. 520.

June 12 – Pregnancy Care Center 3rd Annual Tee It Up for Babies - Harry Lance 276.340.6062 or Bryan Keith 540.314.3463 June 19 – Tim Gilbert Memorial Golf Tournament - Wesley Haynes - 276.252.8766 June 21 – The Sock Puppet Classic, The Valley, Burlington. www.mlb.com/appalachian-league/burlington/events/golf-classic . June 25 – Martinsville Sheriff’s Department Golf Tournament - Clint Hall - 276.790.8416 August 6 – E Raymond Alexander Jr Memorial Golf Tournament at Bryan Park, Champions and Players Courses, Captains Choice. Altina Layman 336-553-6625.

Laid-Back Golfers Tour 434-792-3728 – Men/Women All-Ages Flights pre-determined by handicap Tees determined by hdc/age formula June 7 – Olde Mill GC, Lauren Fork, Va. July 7 – Kinderton CC, Clarksville, Va. July 19 – Southern Hills GC, Danville, Va.

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 June 1 – The Rockford Jr., Silo Run, Booneville B/G under-18 336-367-3133. June 2 – TYGA Sanford GC, Sanford GC, Sanford B/G 12-18. June 2 – TYGA Tots Sanford GC, Sanford GC, Sanford B/G 6-11. June 5 – PKBGT Southeast Series @ Smithfield Country Club, Smithfield Country Club, Easley, SC G8-19. June 5-6 – TYGA Bojangles Junior Open, Cutter Creek Golf Club, Snow Hill B12-18. June 5 – TYGA Tots Asheboro Municipal GC, Asheboro Municipal Golf Course, Asheboro B/ G6-11. June 6 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Pinewild Country Club, Pinewild Country Club, Pinehurst B/G. June 6 – TYGA Tots Pinewood Country Club, Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro B/G6-11. June 7 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Sapona, Sapona Golf Club, Lexington G8-19. June 7 – 2021 USGA US Girls Junior Championship Qualifier- Spring Valley Lake Country Club, Spring Valley Lake Country Club, Columbia, SC G under 18. June 8 – TYGA Wilmington Municipal GC, Wilmington Municipal GC, Wilmington B/G 12-18. June 9 – TYGA Pinehurst CC No 7, Pinehurst Country Club, Pinehurst B/G12-18. June 9 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center, Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center, Greensboro B/G7-15. June 10 – CGA North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier- Cedarbrook Country Club, Cedarbrook Country Club, Elkin B12-18. June 10 – TYGA Gillespie GC, Gillespie Golf Course, Greensboro B/G12-18. June 10 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Bryan Park GC, Bryan Park GC, Browns Summit G8-19. June 11 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Wedgewood Public Golf Course, Wedgewood Public Golf Course, Wilson B/G7-15. June 12-13 – HJGT Pinehurst Summer Junior Open, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Pinehurst B/G8-18. June 12-13 – PKBGT Grande Strand Girls Classic @ Legends Resort, Legends Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC G11-19.

For the latest tournament schedule, now updated daily, go to www.triadgolf.com then click on Tournaments June 12-13 – US Kids Golf Carolinas Invitational, Longleaf Golf & Family Club, Southern Pines B/ G5-14. June 14 – JGNC Myrtle Beach Local QualifierWild Wing, Wild Wing Plantation, Conway, SC B/G8-18. June 14 – NJGA Union County Junior Championship, Stonebridge GC, Monroe B/G5-19. June 14 – 2021 USGA US Junior Amateur Championship Qualifier- Ironwood Country Club, Ironwood Country Club, Greenville B under-18. June 14 – 2021 USGA US Junior Amateur Championship Qualifier- The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, Johns Island, SC B under-18. June 14-15 – TYGA Greensboro Boys Junior, Bryan Park Golf Course, Greensboro B12-18. June 14-18 – AJGA Wyndham Invitational, Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro B/G12-19. June 14 – TYGA Tin Whistle Tots Longleaf Golf & Family Club, Longleaf Golf & Family Club, Southern Pines B/G6-11. June 15 – NJGA Statesville Junior Championship, Statesville Country Club, Statesville B/G5-19. June 15-18 – 25th CGA North Carolina Junior Girls’ Championship, Catawba Country Club, Hickory G12-18. June 16 – CGA North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship Qualifier- Siler City Country Club, Siler City Country Club, Siler City B12-18. June 16 – TYGA Legacy Golf Links, Legacy Golf Links, Aberdeen B/G12-18. June 16 – 2021 USGA US Junior Amateur Championship Qualifier- Country Club of Salisbury, Country Club of Salisbury, Salisbury B under-18. June 16-17 – Tarheel Junior Golf Tour: RBC Duke University Blue Devil Junior, Duke University Golf Course, Durham B6-19. June 16 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Hope Valley Country Club, Hope Valley Country Club, Durham B/G7-15. June 17 – NJGA Tar Heel State Junior Championship, Meadowlands GC, WinstonSalem B/G5-19. June 17 – TYGA Deep Springs CC, Deep Springs Country Club, Reidsville B/G12-18. June 18 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Dr. Charles Sifford Golf Course, Dr. Charles Sifford Golf Course, Charlotte B/G7-15. June 19 – PKBGT North Carolina Series @ Deep Springs Country Club, Deep Springs Country Club, Stoneville G8-19. June 19 – PKBGT Southeast Series @ Cobbs Glen Country Club, Cobbs Glen Country Club, Anderson, SC G8-19. June 21 – TYGA Club at Irish Creek, Club at Irish Creek, Kannapolis B/G12-18. June 21 – TYGA Alamance Country Club, Alamance Country Club, Burlington B/G12-18. June 21 – CGA 55th Twin States Junior Girls’ Championship, Cleveland Country Club, Shelby G8-18. June 21 – TYGA Tin Whistle Tots Forest Creek, Forest Creek Golf Club, Pinehurst B/G6-11. June 21 – USKG Raleigh- Pine Hollow Golf Club, Pine Hollow Golf Club, Clayton B/G5-18. June 21 – DJGT, Caswell Pines, Yanceyville, B/ G8-17. June 22 – NJGA High Country Junior Championship, Mountain Glen GC, Newland B/G 5-19.

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CALENDAR June 22 – TYGA Asheboro Municipal GC, Asheboro Municipal Golf Course, Asheboro B/G12-18. June 22 – JGNC Raleigh Local Qualifier- Brier Creek, Brier Creek Country Club, Raleigh B/G8-18. June 22-25 – CGA 54th North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship, Roaring Gap Club, Roaring Gap B under-18. June 23-24 – TYGA Cardinal Junior Open, The Cardinal by Pete Dye, Greensboro B/G12-18. June 23-25 – 2021 NHSGA High School Golf National Invitational- Girls, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst G12-18. June 24 – NJGA Campbell Junior Championship, Keith Hills GC, Buies Creek B/G5-19. June 24 – 2021 USGA US Girls Junior Championship Qualifier- Colonial Country Club, Colonial Country Club, Thomasville G under-18. June 24 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- UNC Finley Golf Course, UNC Finley Golf Course, Chapel Hill B/G7-15. June 26-27 – PKBGT North Carolina Series Open @ Bermuda Run Country Club, Bermuda Run Country Club, Bermuda Run G8-19. June 27 – AJGA Qualifier Harold Varner III Foundation Junior All-Star, Tanglewood Park Golf Course, Clemmons B/G12-15. June 27-29 – Webb Simpson Challenge, Mid Pines Resort, Southern Pines B13-18. June 28 – NJGA Charlotte Junior Classic, Firethorne Country Club, Marvin B/G5-19. June 28 – TYGA Blair Park GC, Blair Park GC, High Point B/G12-18. June 28 – 2021 USGA US Junior Amateur Championship Qualifier- Forest Creek Club, Forest Creek Club, Pinehurst B under-18. June 28 – DJGT, Goodyear, Danville, B/G8-17. June 28-29 – TYGA Coastal Plains Junior, Greenville Country Club, Greenville B/G8-18. June 28-Jul 1 – AJGA Harold Varner III Foundation Junior All-Star, Tanglewood Park Golf Course, Clemmons B/G12-15. June 28-29 – CPGA Carolinas PGA Junior Boys Championship, The Cardinal by Pete Dye, Greensboro B13-18. June 28-30 – 2021 NHSGA High School Golf National Invitational- Boys, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst B12-18. June 28 – Drive Chip & Putt Local- Country Club of Salisbury, Country Club of Salisbury, Salisbury B/G7-15. June 28 – TYGA Tin Whistle Tots Pinehurst No. 6, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst B/G6-11. June 28 – USKG Raleigh- Indian Valley GC, Indian Valley GC, Burlington B/G5-18. June 29 – TYGA River Bend YMCA GC, River Bend YMCA Golf Course, Shelby B/G12-18. June 29 – TYGA Pilot Knob, Pilot Knob Park Golf Course, Pilot Mountain B/G12-18. June 29-30 – Carmel Junior Invitational, Carmel Country Club, Charlotte B/G 12-18. June 29-July 1 – 17th CGA Dogwood State Junior Girls’ Championship, KInston Country Club, Kinston G12-18. June 30 – Hope Valley Junior Invitational Qualifier (Boys and Girls)- Hope Valley CC, Hope Valley Country Club, Durham B/G12-18. June 30 – TYGA Gates Four G & CC, Gates Four Golf & Country Club, Fort Bragg B/G12-18. 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. www.triadgolf.com

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. 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 13-14 – 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. 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. TRIAD GOLF TODAY • JUNE 2021


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