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or every PGA Tour player, there are hundreds, even thousands of guys like Ben Schlottman. Schlottman was a state champion at Forsyth Country Day, a star college golfer at Auburn who was named SEC freshman of the year and won the prestigious North and South Men’s Amateur Championship at Pinehurst Resort in 2018. A PGA Tour career was certainly within reach. If it were only that easy. In a span of just three years, Schlottman’s life has literally spanned the globe as his golf game -- in his mind, heart and soul – became less and less important in his overall attitude, landing him in Quantico, Va., and a military path in the U.S. Marines. After his impressive North and South title, Schlottman got cut in the first stage of Q School and began playing mini tour golf with varied success before heading overseas, in large part to be close to his girlfriend, who was playing soccer in Israel. Schlottman discovered the MENA Tour (Middle East North Africa Golf Tour) and had some success there with a few top 10 finishes, and also secured his Asian Developmental Tour Card, traveling back and forth between Thailand and the Middle East. “And then I went on vacation to Amsterdam with my girlfriend and that was when we heard of COVID, and we all had to go home and suspend all of our plans,” he said. Back in the Triad, Schlottman once again began to ponder his future in golf.

Schlottman selects service over scorecards “The military is something that has always been on my mind,” said Schlottman, whose older brother served as well as his grandfather in World War II. “I remember in college I would think ‘why am I not serving our country and other people who are just as capable as I am are?’ I have always been very physically active and mentally I am relatively sharp, so I just thought to myself if other people are doing this why am I not doing this? In college, you always think, ‘oh, I’m going to play on the PGA Tour’ and once you get out into pro golf you realize what a grind it is. “And I wasn’t as technically gifted as many golfers I saw. It’s one of those things where it was a culmination of all those factors as well as personally wanting to make my own mark -- I really wanted to find some kind of independence. I don’t want to necessarily say ‘go on a soul searching journey,’ but sort of start a new chapter.” It’s hard to say if Schlottman would still be playing golf overseas had the pandemic not began in early 2020. “That’s a great question,” he said. “I think I would still be playing golf because I wasn’t planning on coming back to the United States anytime soon. I was planning on finishing out through May on the MENA Tour. I was doing a lot better as far as results than the mini tours in the United States. You want to find that group of competitors that challenge you but doesn’t demoralize you, and that’s how I felt on the MENA Tour. If I played well I could compete to win, and if I

didn’t play that well I would still make the cut. On the mini tours in the United States if you don’t play well there is a good chance you’re going home $1,000 poorer. “When I was over there my mindset became ‘I don’t care about playing on the PGA Tour,’ I want to play on the European Tour and travel, and enjoy this ride as long as I can. It was becoming a vessel for me to see the world and also scrounge out enough money to pay for my next flight kind of deal, and really be able to enjoy different cultures and different foods and I made so many good friends over there. Sometimes you are the only people in a country that speak English so you say, ‘Hey man, you want to go to dinner?’ Even if you don’t like the guy you’re going to dinner with him.’’ So in June 2020 while back in North Carolina, Schlottman pulled the trigger, and


reached out to a Marine officer selection office in Raleigh and signed up. “I was sitting on my butt at home and not doing much, and I was just not very happy with where I was at,” Schlottman said. “It was almost one of those things that nothing (with golf) seemed like it was going to get going with COVID. I was like, ‘well, I’m kind of getting old for the military now and if I’m ever going to do it it was probably the time to do it.” At 25, has traded in his black bushy hair for a crew cut, and this August graduated with honors from Officer Candidate School with the U.S. Marines. “When you get there you immediately say ‘Oh my God, why did I do this?’ Schlottman said. “Anyone who has been any type of military training understands the transition from regular civilian life to where you have so many freedoms and then you go into this little bubble and being yelled at what to do every second of the day and you have no freedom at all. It’s a weird adjustment, especially for me coming from playing professional golf and pretty much being my own boss. But it’s the best decision I’ve ever made.”

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he first lunch meeting in February 2012 between Pine Needles Resort president Kelly Miller and golf course architect Kyle Franz hit on a wide range of topics. At one point, Southern Pines Golf Club came up, and Franz sat up in his chair. Franz had played the 115-year-old course numerous times while he was executing bunker work at Pinehurst No. 2 for Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw as a rookie architect in his late 20s, and considered it to be one of the more interesting Donald Ross layouts with sweeping vistas, stunning topography and a fun test of golf. At the time almost a decade ago, Miller was operating award-winning and USGA favorite layout Pine Needles and sister resort Mid Pines, but had always had one eye on Southern Pines Golf Club, which had been owned by the Elks Club since 1951. “I played it with my father-in-law dating back to 1981,” Miller said. “I’ve played a lot of rounds there and I’ve always loved Southern Pines. I’ve been trying to purchase it for 20-plus years, and it probably worked out best that I didn’t get it until now because no telling what I would have done 20 years ago.” When Miller acquired the former Elks Club course last year, he immediately swung Franz into action on a renovation project. Franz, now 40, had already done stunning work for Miller at Mid Pines (2013) and Pine Needles (2018), so he was the natural choice to work his magic on this Southern Pines course. There is no telling what Franz would have created if his Ross renovation work had been reversed. “I’m really glad I did this project third and last of the three because of the escalating requirements we’ve had at

do it for the ratings, we did it to restore Southern Pines,” Franz said. “In the case of Mid Pines, it was some of the most well- the golf course and provide a great place to play for our members and Elks Club preserved set of Ross greens out there, we golf members.” only had to fix a few greens with expanPinehurst Resort has Courses No. 1 sions and hole locations. When we jumped and 2 as Ross designs, with several of its to Pine Needles, and they had switched other layouts being hybrid Ross layouts. to USGA greens, we had some little detail So, Miller believes his resort will be the things that Kelly and I wanted to get back only in the nation with three origiin there and really get that horse nal Ross layouts to offer golfers. blade touch of Ross. “Kyle’s team has done “But Southern Pines has amazing restoration work really been a major challenge. at all three courses, so we The challenge of these are thrilled, honored and greens was so big because almost humbled by it,” (architect) John LaFoy had Miller said. “I tell people changed them in the early we are just the current care1990s. We spent months takers of the (Ross) courses. preparing for what every All we want to do is make concept would be like withsure we leave them in better in the greens to get to feel shape than what we found like a Ross course as opposed them in.” to a 1990s course. And our goal The price of a round will was to make each one of these Kyle Franz increase slightly at Southern Pines properties different, so while Pine Golf Club, but both Miller and Needles is the most restrained set Franz agree that it should remain affordof greens and Mid Pines is really steep able. Rates from Sept. 13-Nov. 17 are $75 greens, this one has the most contouring on weekdays and $85 on weekends, dropwithin the greens.” ping to $55 and $65 this winter. Southern Pines plans an opening “From the beginning we really wanted around Labor Day weekend. Miller says golfers have been clamoring for months to this to stay a golf course that is publically get the first crack at playing the new Franz accessible, and we didn’t want the rates going super high. That has been a priordesign. ity for Kelly and myself,” Franz said. “I “There has always been this little cult grew up playing on a public golf course. following here but it’s really not so little The design style has tried to work toward anymore – it is growing and there is a lot that. The bunkers are big and burley, but of excitement,” Miller said. “Once people they are easy to maintain. There is more get on site and see it that following is going to multiply. At times Southern Pines of a meadow like feel -- scruffy and fluffy has always been rated as a ‘sleeper course’ around the edges with broom sedge and North Carolina native plants. At Pine or ‘the best value,’ but we’ll let the social Needles, we tried to make it as clean as media and the golf raters decide things possible. An analogy I make is it’s a Ross now. But we’re pretty comfortable with course with Ross features, but with the the work done here, and with that may cleanliness of an Augusta National. Here, come additional top rankings. We didn’t

it’s going to be a little more rugged and a little more natural. That’s what has kind of been the ambiance of the place for decades.” The design work by Franz will also feature a gradual movement to more “natural” cart paths over the next few years. The “soil stabilization” cart path product was first used by Franz during his renovation work at Raleigh Country Club last year and blends in more with the natural Sandhills scenery than concrete. Miller says golfers will immediately notice some fantastic design features by Franz. “First of all, the course is so much more open than what it was, and we still have some work to do as it relates to tree removal,” Miller said. “We’re raised the canopy so you can see through the golf course. Overall, this course has such phenomenal topography and the vistas here are spectacular. And one of the best set of par 3s, really anywhere, and Kyle has done great work on them. It is scaled properly for the average guy, but this is going to be quite a test at 6,900 yards as a par-70. This will be all anybody wants to play.” The second hole is the first of a half dozen where Franz restored and added back into the layout fairways “crossing features” that include mounding, native grasses and bunkers to create a series of forced carries through the course. The Franz design also reintroduces a “lost hole” that was deemed unsafe to play back in the day. It’s just another historic touch that Franz has added to create what golfers will surely find as yet another visually stimulating experience from the 40-year-old architect. “Southern Pines Golf Club has always been in my heart,” added Franz. “I’m so thrilled how it turned out.”






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Former Duke star Alex Smalley lines up a putt at the 2021 Wyndham Championship. Smalley, a member at tournament venue Sedgefield Country Club, carded an impressive top 30 finish. Photo courtesy of Alex Smalley.

No small accomplishment for Smalley at Wyndham Championship By BRAD KING


lex Smalley didn’t quite play his way into the six-man playoff to determine the 2021 Wyndham Championship, eventually won by Kevin Kisner. Nevertheless, the former Duke star captured plenty of attention along the way. Playing on his home course at Sedgefield Country Club, the 24-year-old Smalley carded three rounds in the 60s, responding to the heat of Sunday’s finalround pressure in equally torrid fashion, finishing his day with three straight birdies and a 66. In just his fifth PGA Tour event, playing on a sponsor’s exemption in a full-field event on the last weekend of the 10


PGA Tour regular season, Smalley finished at 10-under par and tied for 29th. His top 30 effort earned him a check for $41,013 and a spot in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, the three-event series that determines PGA Tour eligibility for the 2021-22 season. Smalley has made the cut in all five of his PGA Tour starts, and earned enough FedExCup points to finish inside the top-200 and qualify for the first Korn Ferry playoff event in Boise, Idaho. On Saturday morning, having secured the Wyndham cut, Smalley reserved airline tickets to fly to Boise. “I don’t know that I can put it into words,” he said. “To have the opportunity to play for a PGA Tour card in the Korn Ferry finals is huge. To have the opportunity to not have to go to Korn Ferry Q (qualifying) school is huge. I just have to go play like I know

how to play.” Smalley was born in Rochester, N.Y., but grew up outside of Raleigh in Wake Forest, competing against peers such as current PGA Tour standout Doc Redman. His buttery smooth golf swing was built with help from instructor David Sykes at Heritage Golf Club in Wake Forest. But Smalley stopped taking lessons by the time he was 14. Throughout middle school and high school, he and his father, Terry, had a standing golf game every weekend. Terry got to know his son’s swing tendencies. “He told me what he saw and I would fix it,” Smalley said. “I haven’t really seen an instructor since then.” His family moved to Greensboro near the end of Smalley’s high school career, and he joined Sedgefield in June of 2020

and estimates he has played 75 rounds or more on the classic Donald Ross design. Smalley enjoyed plenty of local support during the week. Along with his father and his mother, Maria — both of whom have caddied for Smalley throughout his career — his sister, Katie, and numerous friends and playing partners from Sedgefield followed his group and rooted him on. “It was nice to hear the cheers out there,” Smalley said. “I don’t get to play in front of a whole lot of people very often. It’s pretty cool to have people scream at you after you make a putt.” Smalley’s grandmother, Ruby Lyons, even traveled down from Ohio to watch one of her nine grandchildren compete against some of the world’s best. “We’re Continued on page 11

Wyndham from page 10 small-town people and family means everything” she said. Ruby walked with her grandson on Thursday and Saturday. “I was joking with my family,” Smalley said. “(My grandmother) didn’t walk with us in the second round on Friday and I shot 6 under, and Sunday I shot 4 under. So, I said she’s not coming out to watch anymore.” In Sunday’s final round, Smalley said he “had the break of a lifetime on 15,” after he hit his tee shot into the weeds on the right and assumed the ball was headed out of bounds. Instead, he found it deeply buried, but in bounds. A rules official said the ball was embedded, enabling Smalley to take a free drop on the matted part of the long grass. From there, he chipped out sideways, hit a 5-iron from 210 yards to 7 feet and made it “for an easy 4,” he said. On the par-3 16th, Smalley knocked it to 3 feet for a kick-in birdie. Though his tee shot on No. 17 found the rough — “not the greatest place to be with where that pin was” — Smalley was able to use the green’s slope and his approach ended up 15 feet from the hole. “That putt

On the driving range before the first round in Boise. breaks a lot,” he said. “I’ve seen that putt before and it breaks quite a bit. I snuck it in the back door.” After his drive on Sedgefield’s finish-

ing hole found the fairway, Smalley hit it close again. “I told my caddie walking up 18 I wanted to get it to double digits,” he said. “I couldn’t have dreamt of a better finish.” Smalley knows how to go low. During an all-state high school career, he once shot 60 in the junior club championship at Heritage GC. The Duke University 2019 first-team All-American and Ben Hogan Award semifinalist also shot 61 at the 2018 Louisville Cardinal Challenge. Smalley was a four-year letterman at Duke and the 2019 ACC Men’s Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year, graduating with a 3.6 GPA studying environmental science. He left as one of Duke’s most decorated players ever, holding the best career scoring average, the best singleseason scoring average, the most top-5 finishes and the most sub-70 rounds in school history. At the 2016 U.S. Amateur, Smalley finished one shot back of the all-time scoring record during the stroke-play portion, capturing medalist honors by shooting 65-68. He also qualified for the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin. In 2018 and 2019, he became the first player since Rickie Fowler to win backto-back Sunnehanna Amateurs, and later

he was a member of both the 2019 U.S. Arnold Palmer Cup team and the Walker Cup team, registering a 3-1-0 record in each event. More recently, Smalley posted backto-back finishes in the top five on the Forme Tour, an eight-event circuit providing U.S.-based players a route to the Korn Ferry Tour qualifying tournament, while the PGA Tour Canada has been off limits due to COVID-19 restrictions. Wyndham Championship tournament director Mark Brazil said he regularly sees Smalley practicing at the club and was happy to give him one of the sponsor’s exemptions. “He’s got some real game -- a great young man. I was excited about giving him a spot,” Brazil said. For Smalley, finishing strong in a PGA Tour event on his home course was a dream come true. Afterward, he took to Twitter to sum up the experience: “Wow, what a week! It’s tough to put into words how much this past week meant to me. Playing in front of a home crowd was incredible. I will be forever grateful to @WyndhamChamp for giving me this opportunity. Time to get back to work the next 3 weeks at the Korn Ferry Finals!”

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North Carolina-based companies get creative during pandemic By BRAD KING


hough it may be slowing a bit, by most accounts golf’s “shutdown boom” has continued into the second half of 2021. The National Golf Foundation (NGF) reports that U.S. rounds are running 19 percent above the 2017-2019 average. Rounds at public courses are outpacing growth in rounds at private clubs, with public rounds played up 26 percent this year against a 13 percent increase in private loops. Meanwhile, quarterly results for the game’s two largest publicly-traded equipment companies similarly reflect the continuing positive surge. Callaway Golf reported golf equipment revenues that “rose 91 percent in the second quarter, while [Titleist parent company] Acushnet said golf club sales rose 111 14


percent and golf ball revenues were up 98.1 percent,” according to a Yahoo Finance report. All of which is welcome news for a pair of North Carolina companies that have long endeavored to carve out their own niche in the golf industry. Since 1983, Wilmington-based ProTag America Inc. ( has produced high-quality utility items and promotional products that project the image of a golf course in a lasting and dignified way. Six years ago, husband and wife Gordon and Leslie Schenk purchased ProTag from a husband-wife team who started the business nearly four decades earlier. “They were a real company that was very much focused on their customers and outstanding customer service,” said Gordon Schenk. “When they left

the business, it was important to them that their baby — they didn’t have any kids — would be carried along much the same way that they treated it.” The Schenks are a “passionate golf family,” according to Gordon, who was formerly a partner in an injection molding company in Indiana that produced the earth-friendly Eco Tee, made out of 100 percent recycled polymer. “You could easily use one of our tees for 10 rounds of golf,” Schenk said. ProTag generally participates in the world’s largest annual gathering of the golf industry, the PGA Merchandise Show each January. The 2021 edition of “The Show” was forced to shift to a virtual event to connect the international golf industry online. While there are typically several dozen North Carolina-based companies exhibiting their wares at the

merchandise show, in 2021 that number was reduced to just a small handful. And those who did pay to play found themselves needing to get creative. ProTag made moves that in hindsight appear prescient. Recognizing the important role that “face time” plays in the business, the ProTag team developed a zoom trade show booth, which includes product cameras and screen sharing capabilities. “Our goal was to make someone feel like they were standing across from us,” Schenk said. “Collaborating with customers over concepts, colors, designs, etc., in a private and unrushed zoom has actually improved the design process. While we’re anxious for shows to resume, we plan to continue to utilize the zoom platform in our process.” Continued on page 15

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virtual marketplace. “Like so many ways COVID has impacted our lives, we are Schenk noted that ProTag also offers committed to understanding how we custom metal items such as ball markers, can engage our customers that makes it custom repair tools, leather products, and as easy as possible for them,” said SSG challenge coins, which are often used for VP of Business Development Dave Buck. fundraising purposes. “Whatever our clients decide is the best ProTag works with top country clubs way to connect in the future, we will and resorts across the globe. “ProTag is accommodate. probably the most recognized name in “When we were told there was not bag tags,” he said. “We are proud and going to be a traditional trade show in excited to work with top golf properties 2021, we still felt it was important to pararound the world.” ticipate in the virtual marketplace,” he SSG Premium Printing Solutions said. “Unfortunately, our engagement levhas operated in High Point since 1980. els before and during the 2021 show were SSG ( is a fullat about 10 percent of our 2020 levels.” service commercial printer to the golf Nevertheless, as society and the industry, printing scorecards, yardage industry transition out of the pandemic books, yardage cards, pin placement shutdown, SSG reports that it is printing cards, rack cards – as well as any addimore scorecards than ever. By October tional marketing needs. of this year, SSG will have printed more SSG services more than 100 courses scorecards than the company did during around North Carolina and hundreds all of 2020. more across the United States. Last year, “Because our clients are so busy, we SSG purchased the Fujifilm J Press 750S, have been focused on making the pura state-of-the-art digital printing press chasing process as simple and easy as that is revolutionizing the print industry. possible,” Buck said. “Our new equipment With this investment, SSG has been able helps, but the team at SSG has rededicated to offer its clients greater flexibility and themselves to customer service this year. sharper images. It is paying off in the amount of printing Since the pandemic, SSG also recwe are doing right now.” ognized the need to participate in the

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Flynn’s rally in Forsyth tourney falls short despite ace By STEVE WILLIAMS


leven shots back and in a tie for 11th place after two rounds of the Forsyth Championship, Kenny Flynn of Winston-Salem needed a miraculous final round if he wanted to claim the title for the second time, some 10 years after he first won it. Flynn came close – thanks in part to a hole-in-one on the 160-yard 11th hole at Tanglewood Park’s Championship Course. His final round 66 was the low score of the day and it left him four shots off the pace of Michael Robb, who led wire-to-wire in the 74th playing of the tournament. Flynn’s ace came Aug. 8 with a 9-iron as Chris Logan, Lance Link and Dewayne Blakely witnessed. It was his third career ace – the other two registered at Reynolds Park’s second hole. Other great shots reported to Triad Golf Today since our August issue follow.

Double Eagle Richard Arning of Burlington, Aug. 14, Mill Creek GC. No. 6, 456 yards. Driver, then 5-iron from 185 yards. Playing partners: Tim

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Catlin, Bartlett, Gregg Lassiter. His first double eagle.

Par-4 Ace Jamie Bowen of Winston-Salem, May 18, Wilshire GC. No. 15, 284 yards, driver. Playing partners: Tyler Morgan, Steve Blakely, Eli Atwell.

Par-3 Aces Johnny Miller of Lexington, Aug. 24, Lexington GC. No. 3, 94 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Jerry Chipman, Garland Swiney, Cindy Corlett, Woody Bowman. His eighth ace. Jeff McClaren of Robbins, Aug. 21, Asheboro Municipal GC. No. 7, 132 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: Terje Karlsen, Jennie Branch, Richard Woodell. His third ace. Kelly Williams of Reidsville, Aug. 19, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 11, 75 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Steve Money, Josh Money. Her first ace. Paul Harris of Cary, Aug. 19, The Valley GC. No. 8. 150 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners:

Clyde Evans, Harold Burch, Neil Arlington. His first ace. Quinton Clay of Roxboro, Aug. 15, Quaker Creek GC. No. 3, 135 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Sam Spencer, Mike Smith, Bobby Mims. His second ace. Tim Byrd of Yadkinville, Aug. 13, Silo Run GC. No. 7, 130 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Doug Cheek, Jerry Kidd, Buck Kidd. His first ace. Ryan Winfree of Kernersville, Aug. 6, Bryan Park Champions Course. No. 14, 191 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Travis Haskins, Brandon Berrier, Drew Whicker. His fifth ace. Bob Mullings of Reidsville, Aug. 6, Oak Hills GC. No. 17, 73 yards, 9-iron. Playing partners: Wallace Early, Mike Shelton. His third ace. Fred Darby of Reidsville, Aug. 6, Monroeton GC. No. 12, 84 yards, pitching wedge. His first ace. Jim Orlopp of Graham, Aug. 5, Quaker Creek GC. No. 15, 157 yards, 7-iron. Playing partner: Ron Brewer. His second ace. Eugene Hyjek of Brown Summit, Aug. 4, Stoney Creek GC. No. 4, 153 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Joe Burns, Patrick Allred, Rod Wishert. His fourth ace. Terry Logan of Blairs, Va., Aug. 4, Goodyear GC. No. 12, 147 yards, 7-iron. His third ace. Butch Clark of Winston-Salem, Aug. 4, Reynolds Park GC. No. 2, 138 yards, 8-iron. Playing partners: Mike Roland, Brad Kiger, Jay Love. His third ace.

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Trip Marion of Greensboro, Aug. 4, Forest Oaks CC. No. 13, 187 yards, 5-iron. Playing partners: Garrett Smith, Jamie Strickland, Mark Walker. His second ace. Mike Polinsky of Kernersville, Aug. 4, Hemlock GC. No. 12, 150 yards, 7-iron. Playing partners: John Richardson, Randall Spainhour. His first ace; has been playing 35 years. Riley Harmon of Winston-Salem, Aug. 1, Pine Knolls GC. No. 11, 172 yards, 6-iron. Playing partners: Derek Harmon, Nick Thompson, Van Sinclaier. His first ace. Rob Holliday of Greensboro, July 28, IronPlay Par-3 Links. No. 18, 8-iron. Playing partners: Bob Williams, Jack Whitley, Earl Waddell, Brad Earle, Bill Plott. Ace was in an 8-iron challenge where that was only club used. Greg Remson of Chambersburg, Pa., July 14, Greensboro National GC. No. 8, 127 yards. Playing partners: Al Annunziata, Chris Goddford. His first ace; playing course for first time. Matthew Turnbull of Greensboro, July 2, Greensboro National GC. No. 16, 161 yards, pitching wedge. Playing partners: Michael Collins, Matt Collins, Charles Garrison. His first ace. Adam Francis of Winston-Salem, July 1, Olde Homeplace GC. No. 3, 124 yards, 52-degree wedge. Playing partners: Nick Cech, John Conlan, Dave Bossi. His first ace.

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97th Truist Carolinas Open Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit (par 72) Aug. 17-19 1. Tommy Gibson, Mt. Airy, $5,000! 65-70-70--205 2. Rohan Allwood, Prosperity, SC, $3,200! 71-67-71--209 3. a-Stuart Fuller, Winston-Salem! 70-70-70--210 4. Jimmy Flippen, Danville, $2,287! 72-69-70--211 4. Aaron Black, Indian Land, $2,287! 71-71-69--211 4. Preston Cole, Charlotte, $2,287! 69-71-71--211 4. a-Graham Chase, Charlotte! 73-69-69--211 Selected others from field of 156 9. Jerry Haas, Winston-Salem, $1,730! 72-66-75--213 19. a-Andrew Plate, Greensboro! 69-71-78--218 21. a-Noah Connor, Reidsville! 73-71-70--219 21. Brock Elder, Randleman, $892! 72-77-70--219 25. Davis Richards, Kannapolis, $758! 73-73-74--220 25. Michael Hutcheon, High Point, $758! 74-71-75--220 35. Mitchell Ellis, Greensboro, $560! 75-74-75--224 Notes: Tommy Gibson, assistant professional at Old Town Club, birdied the first four holes of the opening round and never trailed while claiming his second win of the CPGA season ... the win clinched the 2021 Carolinas PGA Bob Boyd Player of the Year award ... Gibson earlier had a second in the South Carolina Open, a T-2 in the CPGA Professional Championship and a T-4 in the North Carolina Open. Carolinas PGA Senior Professional Championship Florence CC, Florence SC (par 71) • Aug. 9-10 1. Neal Lancaster, Smithfield, $1,500! 68-67--135 2. Larry George, Wallace, $950! 71-68--137 3. John Faidley, Charlotte, $800! 70-68--138 4. Steve Isley, Oak Island, $650! 71-68--139 4. Rick Morton, Jacksonville, $650! 69-70--139 Selected others from field of 72 10. Michael Hutcheon, High Point, $337! 67-75--142 20. Mitch Adams, Asheboro, $210! 74-72--146 20. David Thore, Wilmington, $210! 72-74--146 27. Bradford Latimer, Winston-Salem! 74-74--148 30. Kent Shumate, Mount Airy! 74-75--149 Note: The top six finishers qualified for the 33rd Senior PGA Professional Championship Oct. 21-24, at PGA Golf Club (Wanamaker & Ryder Courses) in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Carolinas PGA Professional Championship The Reserve Club at St. James, Southport • July 27-29 1. Morgan Deneen (The Dunes)! 69-69-67--205 2. Tommy Gibson (Old Town Club)! 66-75-67--208 2. Kyle Akins (Bentwinds)! 70-69-69--208 2. Scott Hunter (Wexford)! 70-69-69--208 Selected others from field of 119 12. Steve Isley (Oak Island)! 70-72-72--214 12. Josh Webb (Sedgefield)! 71-72-71--214 18. Jimmy Flippen (Greensboro National)! 72-72-73--217 21. John Faidley (Longview)! 71-72-75--218 24. Mitch Adams (Pinewood)! 71-74-74--219 31. Michael Hutcheon (Sapona)! 71-74-77--222 Notes: The top 10 finishers qualified for the 2022 PGA Professional Championship at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa of Austin next April ... Deneen also earned a berth in an upcoming PGA Tour event in the Carolinas (either the Wyndham or the RBC Heritage) ... Tommy Gibson of Old Town Club, who won the event in 2020, birdied two of the last three holes to claim a tie for second. National Car Rental CPGA Assistants Championship Palmetto GC, Aiken, SC • Aug. 23-24 1. Mason Stutler, Banner Elk, $2,500! 65-68--133 2. Jared Howard, Charlotte, $1,625! 67-69--136 3. Josh Stockwell, West End, $1,375! 68-70--138 4. Tommy Gibson, Mt. Airy, $1,125! 70-69--139 Selected others from field of 94 25. Brock Elder, Randleman, $220! 76-75--151 39. Ben Raff, Graham! 77-77--154

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Cabarrus Championship Cabarrus CC, Concord • Aug. 24-26 1. Joshua Lee, Fleming Island, Fla., $15,000! 64-67-63--194 Selected others from field of 113 33. Ryan Sullivan, Advance, $1,005! 68-69-69--206 Chatmoss Classic Chatmoss CC, Martinsville, Va. (par 72) • Aug. 17-19 1. Jimmy Beck, Columbus, Ga., $13,500! 64-68-66--198 Selected others from field of 59 7. Ryan Sullivan, Advance, $1,400! 69-65-69--203 19. Tanner Bibey, Walnut Cove, $825! 69-70-70--209 21. David Mathis, Wake Forest, $800! 72-67-71--210


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12th North Carolina Amateur Match Play Forsyth CC, Winston-Salem Championship Match • Aug. 1 Davis Womble, Winston-Salem def. Cyrus Stewart, Raleigh, 1 up Semifinal Matches • July 31 Stewart def. Timothy Driver, Holly Springs, 1 up Womble def. Randall Hudson, New Bern, 3 and 2 Quarterfinal Matches • July 31 Stewart def. Daniel Neveu, Pinehurst, 5 and 3 Driver def. Connor Armistead, Charlotte, 4 and 3 Womble def. Bryson Boyette, Wilson, 4 and 3 Hudson def. Ben Woodruff, Huntersville, 3 and 2 Notes: Davis Womble didn’t reach the 17th hole in any of his four matches on his way to the championship, winning 6 and 4, 4 and 3, 4 and 3 and 3 and 2 ... it was different in the final match against Cyrus Stewart as he came back from an early deficit and didn’t take the lead until the 15th hole ... Stewart got even at 16 but Womble won 17 with a par and then tied 18 ... Womble and Stewart were teammates at Wake Forest ... It was Womble’s first CGA title as an adult (he won a couple of CGA junior championships) ... Womble tied for second in the medal play portion of the event with 69-64, a shot off Kenan Poole’s pace ... Stewart tied for 24th with 73-70.

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6th Carolinas Mixed Team Championship Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms Links Course - Aug. 21/Harbor Course Aug. 22 Modified Alternate Shot (par 70) Championship Division (14 entries) 1. Jodee Tindal,Rock Hill,SC-Jack Parrott,Columbia! 65-66--131 2. Thomas Bonney-Amanda Bonney, Greensboro! 65-69--134 Senior Division First Flight (15 entries) 3. Mark Walker-Paige Walker, Greensboro! 68-70--138

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Selected finishers from Triad (top half of division) Sapona GC, Lexington • Aug. 2 Men Long Tees Flight 1 (8 entries) 1. Derek Lipe-Eric Edwards, Salisbury! 2. Richard Youden, W-S-Drew Haywood, Chapel Hill! 4. Jeremy Ray, Pfafftown-Jonathan Ray, Raleigh! Men Long Tees Flight 2 (8 entries) 3. Willy Brown-Owen Brown, Greensboro! Men Regular Tees (7 entries) 1. Jeffrey Bruce, Gboro-Eugene Hyjek, Brown Summit! 3. Lewis Braswell, Gibsonville-Todd Spivey, Benson! Men Short Tees (14 entries) 1. Gary Littell, Winston-Salem-Roger Joyce, Walnut Cove! 2. Sam Crawley, Yadkinville-Doug Todd, Matthews! 4. Tim Peele, Pilot Mountain-Billy Sawyers, West End! 5. Gary Eubanks, Greensboro-Steve Eubanks, Reidsville! 5. Doug Talley-Benjie Nunn, Greensboro! 5. John Lindsay, Lexington-Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! Mixed and Women (9 entries) 1. Ann Hogan-Rick Hogan, Denton! 4. Karli Jump, Winston-Salem-Emily Wellspeak, New Bern!

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SENIOR ONE-DAY FOUR-BALL TOURNAMENTS River Landing GC (Landing) • Aug. 26 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (10 entries) 3. Mark Marion-Larry Kiger, Winston-Salem! 73 4. Eugene Hyjek, Brown Summit-Jim Sturm, Whitsett! 75 Super Senior 70+ (x entries) 4. Larry Boswell, High Point-Ronnie Grove, Raleigh! 70 River Landing GC (River) • Aug. 25 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (11 entries) 2. Mark Marion-Larry Kiger, Winston-Salem! 72 Super Senior 65+ (14 entries) 6. Terry Glidewell, Greensboro-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! 74 Super Senior 70+ Flight A (8 entries) 3. Larry Boswell, High Point-Ronnie Grove, Raleigh! 70 Grandover Resort (East) • Aug. 17 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (8 entries) 1. Randy Beeson, Colfax-Arlis Pike, Kernersville! 69 1. Jeffrey Guernier-Jeff Burcham, Greensboro! 69 4. Michael Lycans,Greensboro-Michael Suess,Kernersville! 72 4. Billy Williford, Durham-Joey Hall, Mebane! 72 4. David Waggoner, Holly Ridge-Mike Shoffner, Graham! 72 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (9 entries) 1. David Frye-Parker Whitt, Winston-Salem! 71 2. Larry Kiger-Mark Marion, Winston-Salem! 73 4. Dale Slate, Advance-Herb Whitesell, Hickory! 76 4. Earl Blink, Pfafftown-Brian Nason, Kernersville! 76 Super Senior 65+ Flight A (8 entries) 1. Ray Copeland, Gibsonville-Michael Burdick,McLeansville! 69 3. Jeffrey Bruce, Greensboro-Eugene Hyjek, Brown Summit! 72 4. Stephen Harris-Rick Hogan, Denton! 75 Super Senior 65+ Flight B (8 entries) 1. John Lindsay, Lexington-Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! 77 1. Steve Eubanks, Reidsville-Danny Nunn, Greensboro! 77 4. Doug Davis, Holly Springs-Keith Rich, Randleman! 79 Super Senior 70+ Flight A (8 entries) 2. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! 72

Grandover Resort (West) • Aug. 16 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (9 entries) 2. Randy Beeson, Colfax-Arlis Pike, Kernersville! 70 2. Charles Lucas, Greensboro-Penn Compton, Wilmington! 70 2. David Waggoner, Holly Ridge-Mike Shoffner, Graham! 70 Tournament 55+ • Flight B (9 entries) 1. Billy Williford, Durham-Joey Hall, Mebane! 69 2. Larry Kiger-Mark Marion, Winston-Salem! 70 3. Earl Blink, Pfafftown-Brian Nason, Kernersville! 72 4. Dale Slate, Advance-Herb Whitesell, Hickory! 76 4. Gary Eubanks-Doug Talley, Greensboro! 76 Super Senior 65+ Flight A (8 entries) 67 1. Laurence Blood-Alan Connolly, Mount Airy! 3. Stephen Harris-Rick Hogan, Denton! 70 Super Senior 65+ Flight B (9 entries) 1. Joseph Crocker, W-S-Richard Gottlieb, Kernersville! 70 4. Billy Sawyers, West End-Tim Peele, Pilot Mountain! 76 4. Doug Davis, Holly Springs-Keith Rich, Randleman! 76 Super Senior 70+ (15 entries) 2. David Lane, Advance-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! 71

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Hasentree Club, Wake Forest • Aug. 2 Tournament 55+ • Flight A (11 entries) 1. Keith Hiller, Clemmons-Carl Hiller, Raleigh! Super Senior 65+ (12 entries) 4. David Brown, Clemmons-Steven Johnson, Jefferson! 6. Keith Rich, Randleman-Doug Davis, Holly Springs! Super Senior 70+ Flight B (10 entries) 1. Ralph Wadlinger, Graham-Jones Pollard, Durham!


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Danville Golf Club Two-Man Invitational Danville GC, Danville, Va. (par 70) • Aug. 14-15 Championship Flight (top 6 of 8) Blake Carter-Brandon Grogan! 64-64--128 Jack Adkins-Ronnie Fultz! 64-65--129 Bradd Crews-Lee Lovelace! 67-66--133 Jamie Gilley-Jordan Thompson! 68-66--134 Chris Compton-Robert Hoyt! 68-67--135 Lance Stallings-Joe Weinberger! 67-69--136 First Flight (top 4 of 7) Tony Byerly-Scott Trent! 69-64--133 Randy Clayton-Logan Thornton! 71-67--138 Dustin Hussey-Wes Smith! 69-71--140 Adam Hamlett-Wesley Perry! 70-72--142 Second Flight (top 5 of 10) Shane Brackin-R.J. Weaver! 72-65--137 Kevin Lane-Michael Smith! 72-69--141 Alan Stovall-Gil Stovall! 72-70--142 Ashley Hull-Gary Hull! 72-73--145 Nathan Daly-Paul Daly! 76-72--148 Senior Flight (top 5 of 11) Mike Bayes-Bobby Cadieux! 69-67--136 Roy Foutz-Danny Hopkins! 70-66--136 Derek Edmonds-Layne Mills! 69-68--137 Steve Bigham-Chester Thorpe! 67-70--137 Mike Tennant-Scott Wintrode! 70-70--140 Super Senior Flight (top 3 of 6) Phillip Allen-Blake McSherry! 66-68--134 Wayne Pyrtle-Barron Walker! 63-73--136 Dwight Jefferson-Ray Womack! 72-67--139 Madison-Mayodan Rotary Four-Ball Deep Springs CC, Stoneville (par 72) • Aug. 7-8 First Flight Michael Wade-Robert Hoyt! 65-66--131 Mike Crawford-Matt Younts! 67-67--134 Derek Ward-Keenan Denny! 68-67--135 Frank Ward-Patrick Brady! 64-72--136 Addison Manring-Joe Poplin! 64-72--136 Shane Grady-Jerel Whiting! 70-68--138 Bennett Early-Riley Hamilton! 69-70--139 Carson Nease-Jack Adkins! 66-73--139 Second Flight Joe Burns-Jim Cantamessa! 71-71--142 Noah Coleman-Chris Hopper! 74-69--143 Gil Priddy-Jerry Rogers! 72-71--143 Scott Trent-Steven Trent! 71-74--145 Third Flight Scooter Mooney-Chase Loye! 77-72--149 Dalton Berry-Ross Jackson! 79-70-149 Robbin Doss-David Vaden! 76-76--152 Fourth Flight Tim Gantt-Jesse Duncan! 81-74--155 Donald Corns-Bailey Corns! 82-73--155 Jamey Dodson-Walt Block! 81-80--161

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US Mid-Amateur Qualifying Qualifiers advance to the U.S. MidAmateur, scheduled Sept. 25-30 at the Sankaty Head GC in Siasconset, Mass. The Patriot Golf Club, Ninety Six, S.C. August 12 1. Davis Womble, Winston-Salem! 64 2. Christian Sease, Sunset, SC! 68 2. C.J. Gatton, Athens, Ga.! 68 Note: Davis Womble claimed one of three bids with his 8-under-par performance ... his 31-33 card featured an eagle on the par-4 12th hole to go with seven birdies to offset a lone bogey. High Point CC (Willow Creek) August 18 1. Timothy Driver, Holly Springs! 70 2. Cole Isban, Charlotte! 71 2. Daniel Welborn, Charlotte! 71 4. Burton Wood, Siler City! 72 Note: Burton Wood birdied the second playoff hole to outlast three other players who also shot 72 and earned the fourth bid to the championship. US Women’s Mid-Amateur Qualifying Pinewood CC, Asheboro • Aug. 29 1. Mariah Hopkins, Danville, Va.! 74 1. Ann Marie Costello, Longs, SC! 74 1. Samantha Perrotta, NJ! 74 Also qualified: 5. Jessica Younts, Greensboro! 76 Qualifiers (top 6) advance to the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur at Berkeley Hall in Bluffton, South Carolina Sept. 25-30.


North Carolina Senior Four-Ball Championship Tanglewood Park (Championship), Clemmons (par 70) • Aug. 10-12 1. Gary Robinson, Fayetteville-Preston Edmondson,Morrisville! 67-63-65--195 2. Ryan Fox, West EndSteve Kidd, Liberty! 68-63-65--196 3. Patrick Brady, Reidsville-Steve Harwell, Mooresville! 64-65-68--197 3. Jeff Jamieson, Chapel HillMark Kozel, Cary! 67-65-65--197 5. Robert Desjardins, MatthewsWilliam Boles, Wilson! 69-66-65--200 Selected others from field of 92 teams 6. Glenn Collins, Greensboro-Steve Sharpe, Greensboro! 66-68-68--202 9. Charlie Parks, AsheboroDoug Owens, Albemarle! 67-67-69--203 13. Elton Trent, ReidsvilleWilliam Baker, Raleigh! 66-68-70--204 13. Jeff Burcham, Greensboro-Jeffrey Guernier, Greensboro! 68-65-71--204 20. Dickie Brewer, High PointMike Bivins, W-S! 68-70-67--205 22. James Kemerling, LewisvilleJohn Fairchild, W-S! 68-66-72--206 !

CGA One-Day

Listing Triad area players in top half Red Bridge GC, Locust • Aug. 15 Senior Men A (4 entries) 1. Brandon Birch, Elon! 79 Senior Men B (7 entries) 1. Robert Ring, Haw River! 79 Wildwood Green GC, Raleigh • Aug. 14 Men A • Flight 1 (11 entries) 4. Richard Youden, Winston-Salem! 75 Men A • Flight 2 (11 entries) 1. Seth Hall, Greensboro! 74 Senior Men B (8 entries) 3. Robert Ring, Haw River! 44 Mill Creek GC, Mebane • Aug. 1 Men A • Flight 2 (10 entries) 4. Seth Hall, Greensboro! 80 Men B (9 entries) 1. Ryan Yates, Winston-Salem! 81 Senior Men A (9 entries) 2. Gary Roberson, Burlington! 74 2. Stephen Willard, Roxboro! 74 4. Michael Lycans, Greensboro! 76 Senior Men B (10 entries) 1. Parker Whitt, Winston-Salem! 76 4. Tim Duhan, Greensboro! 80 Super Senior Men Flight 2 (9 entries) 2. Steve Manley, Reidsville! 83 3. Baxter Kiger, Yadkinville! 84 4. Mark Hartson, Winston-Salem! 87

Amateur Individual

74th Forsyth Championship Reynolds Park GC, W-S • Aug. 6 Pine Knolls GC, Kernersville • Aug. 7 Tanglewood Park (Champion) • Aug. 8 Championship Division (top 21 of 41) Michael Robb ! 66-71-73--210 Chris Ingram ! 68-76-69--213 Kenny Flynn ! 72-76-66--214 Dewayne Blakely ! 71-76-69--216 Kevin Logan ! 72-73-72--217 Brad Helms ! 69-77-71--217 Aaron King ! 70-70-78--218 Justin Franklin ! 72-70-77--219 Avery Papalia ! 71-74-74--219 Jeremy Ray ! 76-71-72--219 Brian Ingram ! 75-73-72--220 Mason Beshears ! 73-77-72--222 Chris Logan ! 74-74-75--223 Brandon Sheng ! 75-76-72--223 Sam Haggas ! 80-74-69--223 Tate Coleman ! 75-73-76--224 Ben Burkhalter ! 73-79-73--225 Brad Kiger ! 76-76-75--227 Paul Yamane ! 76-78-74--228 Lance Link ! 73-74-82--229 John Hampton ! 74-75-80--229 White tees Division (top 10 of 18) Arlis Pike ! 71-73-72--216 Randy Beeson ! 69-78-74--221 Jim Blaylock ! 76-75-73--224 Joey Howard ! 76-73-76--225 Pete Howard ! 71-74-81--226 Sammy Evans ! 77-71-79--227 Larry Lunsford ! 74-76-81--231 Sonny Kiger ! 77-76-78--231 Terrance Newsome ! 77-77-81--235 Andrew Danley ! 75-75-86--236 23rd annual Charity Classic Holly Ridge GL, Archdale (par 72) Aug. 7-8 Championship Flight (top 10 of 13) Colton Sapp! 67-73--140 Anthony Baker! 71-70--141 Ryan Hodges! 71-72--143 Gary Pugh! 69-75--144 Sam Davidson! 70-75--145 Adam Bartlett! 72-74--146 Tanner Gross! 72-74--146 Adam Moretz! 72-74--146 Robert Trent! 70-77--147 Nick Cromer! 72-75--147 First Flight (top 8 of 15) Will Suddreth! 73-68--141 Dan Holland! 75-70--145 Nick Welshons! 75-70--145 Jake Clodfelter! 75-71--146 Justin Lang! 75-73--148 Mike Brewer! 73-76--149 Jeremy Campbell! 76-74--150 Wes Cline! 74-76--150 Second Flight (top 9 of 24) Brian Skeen! 79-69--148 Clint Harrison! 77-72--149 Tyler Franklin! 77-73--150 Ryan Marshall! 79-73--152 Brad Guyn! 78-74--152 Jeff Eddins! 78-76--154 Trey Clark! 80-74--154 Brett Sides! 80-75--155 Dustin Gaster! 79-76--155 Third Flight (top 6 of 16) Zach Johnson! 81-72--153 Justin Little! 82-74--156 Chris Martin! 82-76--158 Faron Skeen! 82-77--159 Mike Johnson! 81-79--160 Adam Fox! 82-78--160 Fourth Flight (top 6 of 20) Scott Daniels! 85-74--159 Ricky Zachary! 84-76--160 Addison Hall! 86-77--163 Don Peeler! 84-79--163 Roy Andrews! 87-77--164 Michael Pierce! 84-80--164 Fifth Flight (top 6 of 26) Christopher Johnson! 93-78--171 Rob Hart! 91-82--173 Derrick Welch! 90-84--174 Dale Gregory! 97-84--181 Luis Torres! 92-89--181 Chris Watcher! 96-85--181 Senior Championship (top 9 of 31) Marc Cox! 64-71--135 Buck Hall! 73-73--146 Eric Taylor! 75-73--148 David Camadine! 77-71--148 Reid Cox! 72-78--150

Garland Yates! Kim Mansfield! Spanky Goodyear! Grant Hoffman!

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Crooked Tree Amateur Crooked Tree GC, Brown Summit (par 72) • Aug. 7-8i a d Tr Championship Flight Ben Pinkleton      ! 66-72--138 Addison Lambeth    ! 68-73--141 First Flight Steve Doss    ! 76-73--149 Ron Lambert    ! 75-75--150 Second Flight Ryan Lambeth   ! 80-76--156 Steven Green    ! 82-77--159 Third Flight Ed Johnson       ! 87-81--168 Mike Arehart    ! 86-82--168

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Senior Am Tour

Listing Triad area players in top half Tanglewood Park (Championship) Aug. 26 A FLIGHT (17 entries) 3. Mark Harper, Winston-Salem! 74 B FLIGHT (12 entries) 2. Huston Shaw, Winston-Salem! 78 4. Mark Robinson, Winston-Salem! 80 5. Dave Teague, Winston-Salem! 82 C FLIGHT (23 entries) 1. Dave Baker, Greensboro! 79 4. Ron Tapscott, Walkertown! 86 4.Terry Lunsford, Winston-Salem! 86 4. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 86 7. Mike Charles, Winston-Salem! 87 High Point CC (Willow Creek) Aug. 5 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT (6 entries) 1. Craig Sturdivant, Sanford! 72 A FLIGHT (17 entries) 4. C.T. Ton, Greensboro! 84 4. Wilson Shelton, Madison! 84 B FLIGHT (19 entries) 6. Gene Jones, Thomasville! 85 8. David Boger, Greensboro! 86 9. Parker Whitt, Winston-Salem! 87 C FLIGHT (23 entries) 1. Ken White, High Point! 87 2. Greg Martin, Whitsett! 88 4. Ron Tapscott, Walkertown! 89 7. A.C. Guarino, Pfafftown! 91 10. Dave Baker, Greensboro! 94

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Lexington GC • Aug. 14-15 Kaleb Staker! 77-72--149 Scott Langley! 75-76--151 Bennie Ward! 83-76--159 Cardinal by Pete Dye • July 17-18 Preston Dembowiak! 68-68--136 Michael Nulty! 71-74--145 John Grimes! 74-72--146 Chris Baugh! 81-69--150 SENIORS Siler City CC • Aug. 21-22 Rex Hester! 74-72--146 Super Senior Raymond Johnson! 77-79--156 Lexington GC • Aug. 14-15 Buck Hall! 68-68--136 Mark Hedrick! 70-68--138 LADIES Pennrose Park CC • Aug. 28-29 Anna Roe! 35-79--114 Tammy Amos! 40-78--118 Susie Parks! 40-79--119

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Junior Golf Scoreboard HJGT HJGT Bryan Park Junior Open Bryan Park GC - Champions, Brown Summit, NC AUG 21 - 22, 2021 Boys Division - 6736 1 Daniel Jones, Greensboro 74-74--148 2 Sam Haggas, Winston-Salem 75-74--149 3 Logan Graf, Red Deer, AB 76-76--152 Selected Others 14 Jared Trindel, Summerfield 88-82--170 15 Jack Fischer, Greensboro 91-93--184

AJGA Preview at Carolina Trace Carolina Trace CC - Lake, Sanford, NC AUG 19 - 20, 2021 Boys Division - 6778 1 Griffin Garvin, Statesboro, GA 69-73--142 2 Payton Schmitt, Raleigh 69-73--142 3 Talan Harrison, Kannapolis 72-73--145 Selected Others 12 Pennson Badgett, Pilot Mountain 77-77--154 17 Freddy Ortmann, Greensboro 78-79--157 26 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 80-83--163 32 Cooper Drum, Advance 85-85--170 Girls Division - 5649 1 Angela Nip, Port St. Lucie, FL 71-76--147 2 Sofia Cherif Essakali, Miami, FL 74-74--148 3 Kanchana Duangsam, Haymarket, VA 74-75--149 Selected Others 7 Maria Isabella Errichetto, 82-79--161 Thomasville

Junior at Carolina Trace Carolina Trace CC - Lake, Sanford, NC AUG 15 - 18, 2021 Boys Division - 6896 1 Will Baker, Statham, GA 72-67-74--213 2 Owen Kose, Holly Springs 72-71-70--213 3 Ethan Paschal, Fayetteville 72-72-72--216 3 Tyler Jones, Jacksonville 74-73-69--216 Selected Others 11 Kyle Haas, Winston-Salem 77-73-73--223 29 Owen Pearce, Winston-Salem 76-79-77--232 42 Robert Gefaell, Winston-Salem 77-84-79--240 Girls Division - 5848 1 Thienna Huynh, Lilburn, GA 70-73-68--211 2 Sydney Yermish, Wynnewood, PA 67-75-69--211 3 Emily Mathews, Mebane 73-72-70--215

CGA Dogwood State Junior Boys’ Statesville Country Club, Statesville, NC AUG 10 - 12, 2021 Boys Division - 6672 1 Owen Kose, Holly Springs 67-65-70--202 2 Michael La Sasso, Raleigh 69-71-70--210 3 Jack Wieler, Charlotte 72-70-70--212 3 Max Cranford, Hickory 70-71-71--212 Selected Others 6 Cole Rouse, Kernersville 73-68-73--214 6 Jake Clayton, Burlington 67-74-73--214 17 Davis DeLille, High Point 71-72-73--216 19 Bradley Davis, Pilot Mountain 74-71-72--217 24 Jack Burris, Greensboro 73-71-74--218 24 Kyle Haas, Winston-Salem 75-72-71--218 34 Preston Howe, Winston-Salem 75-74-71--220 43 Cayden Bryner, Winston-Salem 72-74-77--223

Hope Valley CC Durham, NC, AUG 03 - 05, 2021 Boys Division - 6720 1 Andrew Gregory, Inman, SC 67-71-71--209 2 Clark Xander Goboy, 66-72-72--210 Chesapeake, VA 2 Ian Glanton, Metter, GA 71-73-66--210 Selected Others 13 Davis DeLille, High Point 76-70-70--216 25 Calvin Hawkins, Lexington 75-72-73--220 43 Ben Jordan, Greensboro 77-72-78--227 48 Bradley Davis, Pilot Mountain 77-78-74--229 Girls Division - 5936 1 Kate Barber, Savannah, GA 72-73-72--217 2 Ella Perna, Durham 77-71-70--218 3 Kiera Bartholomew, Wake Forest 74-73-73--220 3 Melanie Walker, Burke, VA 77-70-73--220 Selected Others 7 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 74-75-77--226

Carolinas Junior Boys Treyburn Country Club , Durham, NC JUL 27 - 29, 2021 Boys Division - 7126 1 Collin Adams, Charlotte 69-67-75--211 2 Kyle Haas, Winston-Salem 71-69-71--211 2 Will Conway, Charlotte 66-73-72--211



Selected Others 20 Davis DeLille, High Point 20 Jack Boyer, Greensboro 39 Owen Pearce, Winston-Salem 44 Robert Gefaell, Winston-Salem 53 Ben Jordan, Greensboro

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PKBGT PKBGT TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP Pine Needles GC, Southern Pines, NC AUG 13 - 15, 2021 Bell Division - 6150 1 Kathyrn Ha, Roanoke, VA 69-72-75--216 2 Kiera Bartholomew, Wake Forest 71-71-74--216 2 Maya Beasley, Pinehurst 75-71-70--216 Selected Others 4 Macy Pate, Winston-Salem 73-73-72--218 7 Ellen Yu, High Point 73-74-74--221 14 Anna Howerton, Kernersville 78-75-78--231 Futures Division - 5100 1 Ona Lukes, Chapel Hill 69-71--140 2 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 77-76--153 2 Paige Sidney, Clemmons 76-77--153 Selected Others 4 Ashley Limbacher, High Point 80-78--158 12 Ella Reed, Winston-Salem 90-79--169 22 Laura Lea Allen, Graham 92-87--179

North Carolina Series Open University of North Carolina Finley GC Chapel Hill, NC AUG 07 - 08, 2021 Prep Division - 5650 1 Rachel Joyce, Southern Pines 78-71--149 2 Katie Vu, Fairfax Station, VA 75-74--149 3 Mckenzie Weddle, Floyd, VA 77-73--150 3 Tyler Spriggs, Cary 73-77--150 Selected Others 5 Emma Niebauer, High Point 74-78--152 6 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 77-76--153 9 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 75-80--155 9 Katelyn Griggs, Lexington 75-80--155 30 Adamma Anukwuem, Salisbury 90-86--176 32 Ava Gutshall, Winston-Salem 93-92--185 33 Monica Solis, Clemmons 94-94--188 Futures Division - 5531 1 Caroline Hawkins, Columbia, SC 74-69-66--209 2 Jenna Kim, Raleigh 72-71-71--214 3 Kanchana Duangsam, 73-66-80--219 Haymarket, VA Selected Others 4 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 73-72-76--221 7 Mary Paige King, Clemmons 73-76-77--226 9 Maria Isabella Errichetto, 78-76-73--227 Thomasville 12 Emma Niebauer, High Point 78-75-77--230 16 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 78-78-78--234

TYGA PuttView Books Junior Open Lane Tree Golf Club, Goldsboro, NC AUG 21 - 22, 2021 Boys Division - 6866 1 Cameron Hardison, Greenville 69-64--133 2 Gray Mitchum, Winterville 70-68--138 3 Gavin Drose, Fayetteville 70-69--139 Selected Others 4 Freddy Ortmann, Greensboro 69-71--140 20 Brad Grajzar, Elon 77-72--149 22 Chase McLaughlin, Kernersville 77-73--150 24 Jack McCarthy, Bermuda Run 73-78--151 28 Zachary Liu, Clemmons 78-74--152 34 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro 74-81--155 39 Chase Daly, Summerfield 79-78--157 45 Zach Kupiec, Greensboro 83-78--161 47 Henry Andrews, Kernersville 86-76--162 51 Daniel Stamey, Clemmons 87-80--167 53 Hershal Patel, Clemmons 88-84--172

TYGA One Day Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro, NC August 13, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Chase McLaughlin, Kernersville 2 Matthew Coltren, Mt Olive 2 Daniel Jones, Greensboro Selected Others 4 Rhodes Baker, Winston-Salem 4 David Elliott, Asheboro 8 Trey Benson, Winston-Salem 8 Garrett Bowers, Thomasville 10 Connor Carter, Asheboro 12 Matthew Yetter, Browns Summit 14 Stone Venable, Climax 24 Kenneth Lanier, Lexington 24 Cole Taylor, Randleman

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26 Ethan Brown, Rockingham Boys 14-15 Division 1 Cameron Malboeuf, Kernersville 2 Samuel Key, Greensboro 2 Stephen Ryan Marshall, Sophia Selected Others 6 Aiden Thigpen, Summerfield 6 Hershal Patel, Clemmons Boys 12-13 Division 1 Tate Brokmeyer, Southern Pines 2 Zachary Prescott, Greensboro 3 Phillip Lee, Four Oaks 4 Austin Moon, Wake Forest Girls Division 1 Madison Dial, High Point 2 Jasmine Yeung, Waxhaw 3 Chloe Peters, Pinehurst Selected Others 5 Sadie Mecham, Winston-Salem

97 76 77 77 86 86 77 82 101 104 82 84 87 89

TYGA One Day Warrior Golf Club, China Grove, NC August 12, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Aiden McCall, Mooresville 70 2 Matteo Blanchfield, Mooresville 71 3 Aidan Dillingham, Fletcher 78 Selected Others 5 Trey Benson, Winston-Salem 79 Boys 14-15 Division 1 Landon Merrell, Salisbury 70 2 Chase McEvoy, Waxhaw 72 3 Hunter Justice, Cornelius 77 Selected Others 4 Samuel Key, Greensboro 78 8 Tyler Kepley, Salisbury 83 Boys 12-13 Division 1 Griffin Cheatwood, Charlotte 74 2 Thomas Cox, Concord 76 3 Henry Holland, Charlotte 77 Selected Others 7 Bryant Davis, Salisbury 93 8 Sam Goodman, Salisbury 94 Girls 16-18 Division 1 Gigi Nagy, Black Mountain 81 2 Sondra Uon, Newton 85 3 Ella Ott, High Point 87 Selected Others 5 Madi Flynt, High Point 91 Girls 12-15 Division 1 Sadie Mecham, Winston-Salem 83 2 Kaylee Nguyen, Charlotte 90 3 Charley Gaines, Summerfield 101

TYGA One Day Reynolds Park, Winston-Salem, NC August 10, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Mason Beshears, Lewisville 2 Rhodes Baker, Winston-Salem 3 Zachary Groce, Germanton 3 Daniel Norris, Greensboro Selected Others 5 Christian Muthomi, Kernersville 5 Larsen Gallimore, Walnut Cove 7 Javon Comer, Thomasville 8 Daniel Stamey, Clemmons 9 Nattapat Gunn Ruangrat, Winston-Salem 12 Connor Massey, Burlington 14 Michael Gaines, Greensboro Boys 14-15 Division 1 Cooper Drum, Advance 2 Freddy Ortmann, Greensboro 3 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro Selected Others 4 Hunter Master, Oak Ridge 5 Ethan Hutchens, East Bend 5 Landon Packard, Winston-Salem 8 Hershal Patel, Clemmons 9 Tatum North, King 11 Nathan Narehood, Dobson 12 Aiden Thigpen, Summerfield Boys 12-13 Division 1 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 1 Sawyer Slate, Walnut Cove 3 Jake Warren, Boone Selected Others 4 Cameron Harvey, Kernersville 5 Fen Coyne, Greensboro Girls 16-18 Division 1 Anna Howerton, Winston-Salem 2 Olivia Peterson, Summerfield Selected Others 4 Riley Crotts, Mocksville

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Girls 12-15 Division 1 Ella Reed, Winston-Salem 1 Katherine Perdue, Clemmons 3 Charley Gaines, Summerfield 12 and Under Division 1 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 2 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 3 Minyan Ou, Shelby Selected Others 4 Ryan Hiatt, Pinnacle 5 Reece Hart, Winston-Salem 7 Tate Welborn, Pfafftown

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TYGA One Day Jamestown Park Golf Course, Jamestown, NC August 9, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 Jaxson Morgan, High Point 68 1 Andrew Haarlow, Greensboro 68 3 Harrison Conrad, Cornelius 71 Selected Others 4 Zachary Groce, Germanton 73 5 Carter Huffman, North Wilkesboro 75 6 Hunt Jardina, High Point 76 6 Connor Massey, Burlington 76 8 Ayden Stacy, Oak Ridge 77 8 Javon Comer, Thomasville 77 8 Tucker Settle, Elkin 77 11 Jack McCarthy, Bermuda Run 78 12 Coy Bertrand, Julian 79 13 Brandon Gold, High Point 80 14 Kenneth Lanier, Lexington 81 15 Ryder Wilmouth, Reidsville 84 Boys 14-15 Division 1 Ethan White, Greensboro 76 2 Lincoln Newton, Wallburg 77 3 Hunter Master, Oak Ridge 79 Selected Others 4 Samuel Key, Greensboro 80 4 Chase Daly, Summerfield 80 6 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro 82 8 James Barham II, Summerfield 86 10 Grant Prevatt, Jamestown 89 11 Sirr Hill, Greensboro 92 12 Luke Woehr, High Point 93 13 Carson Sickmiller, Greensboro 96 Boys 12-13 Division 1 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 71 2 Zachary Prescott, Greensboro 72 3 Brendan Queen, Greensboro 80 4 Cameron Harvey, Kernersville 82 5 Noah Yeary, Greensboro 84 6 James Dunford, High Point 115 Girls 15-18 Division 1 Ella Ott, High Point 86 2 Hannah Waddell, Salisbury 94 Selected Others 4 Charley Gaines, Summerfield 103 Girls 12-14 Division 1 Hillary Gong, Pfafftown 73 2 Madison Dial, High Point 81 3 Sadie Mecham, Winston-Salem 92 4 Katherine Perdue, Clemmons 102 5 Naomi Lanier, Lexington 103 12 and Under Division 1 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 38 2 Peyton Wyatt, Kernersville 39 2 Minyan Ou, Shelby 39 Selected Others 4 Reece Hart, Winston-Salem 40 5 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 42 7 Tommy Testa, Greensboro 45 9 Rhodes Williams, Greensboro 46 9 Landon Thompson, Oak Ridge 46 11 Jake Dunford, High Point 49 12 Sophia Perdue, Clemmons 55


Bryan Park Championship, Greensboro, NC August 5, 2021 Boys 12 Division 1 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 70 2 Hampton Cogdill, Winston-Salem 75 3 Adam Markowski, Clayton 92 4 Drew Gearren, Winston-Salem 97 Boys 10-11 Division 1 Lee West, Goldsboro 65 2 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 72 3 Jackson Meister, Greensboro 74 3 Owen Anderson, Burlington 74 5 Peyton Wyatt, Kernersville 80 6 Caleb Joy, Reidsville 102 Girls 10-12 Division 1 Minyan Ou, Shelby 73 2 Mallory Pitts, Greensboro 90

3 Ava Milks, Greensboro 6-9 Division 1 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 2 Ryan Hiatt, Pinnacle 3 Tommy Testa, Greensboro Selected Others 5 Landon Thompson, Oak Ridge 7 Zack Beeson, Oak Ridge

93 70 71 76 83 112

Maple Chase Junior Maple Chase Country Club, Winston Salem, NC AUG 03 - 04, 2021 Boys Division - 6420 1 James Rico, Cary 72-67--139 2 Robert Thompson, Charlotte 67-72--139 3 Connor Warren, Spruce Pine 72-68--140 Selected Others 5 Cooper Diaz, Winston-Salem 69-74--143 10 Sean Finan, Winston-Salem 71-73--144 12 Chase Daly, Summerfield 72-73--145 14 Pennson Badgett, Pilot Mountain 70-76--146 20 Freddy Ortmann, Greensboro 72-75--147 20 Rhodes Baker, Winston-Salem 74-73--147 22 Benjamin Peters, Winston-Salem 76-72--148 22 Cole Rouse, Kernersville 75-73--148 22 Drew Walker, Advance 73-75--148 22 Landon Merrell, Salisbury 75-73--148 27 Ethan Wooten, High Point 74-75--149 30 Alexander Gould, Greensboro 76-75--151 30 Charlie Plate, Greensboro 79-72--151 30 Connor Massey, Burlington 72-79--151 30 Gavin Deibler, Winston-Salem 76-75--151 36 Zach Kupiec, Greensboro 77-75--152 38 Arman Azlan, Greensboro 80-73--153 38 Kevin Zhang, Clemmons 77-76--153 44 Andrew Haarlow, Greensboro 78-77--155 44 Jack McCarthy, Bermuda Run 81-74--155 44 Tanner Cadieux, Greensboro 75-80--155 44 Zachary Liu, Clemmons 79-76--155 50 Colby Moore, Advance 78-78--156 50 Ethan Moore, Graham 76-80--156 50 Zachary Groce, Germanton 78-78--156 Girls Division - 5362 1 Hallie Wilson, Lewisville 74-73--147 2 Elli Flinchum, Summerfield 71-80--151 3 Ellie Acrey, Winston-Salem 80-80--160 4 Sadie Mecham, Winston-Salem 81-82--163 5 Paige Sidney, Clemmons 83-84--167 6 Catherine DeSiena, Stokesdale 81-89--170 7 Ella Reed, Winston-Salem 88-96--184 7 Lily Smith, Winston-Salem 97-87--184 7 Monica Solis, Clemmons 96-88--184

TYGA Tots Salem Glen, Clemmons, NC August 2, 2021 Age 12 Division 1 Hampton Cogdill, Winston-Salem 2 Cameron Harvey, Kernersville 3 Drew Gearren, Winston-Salem 3 Jackson Freeman, Greensboro 5 Troy Geisler, High Point Age 10-11 Division 1 Cole Taylor, Clemmons 2 Jack Strickland, Greensboro 3 Grant Stewart, Clemmons Selected Others 4 Peyton Wyatt, Kernersville 6 Sophia Perdue, Clemmons Age 8-9 Division 1 Dominik Slovak, Jamestown 2 Ryan Hiatt, Pinnacle 3 Max Holshouser, Winston-Salem

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TYGA SAS Junior Prestonwood Country Club (Highlands & Meadows) Cary, NC August 2, 2021 Boys 16-18 Division 1 James Rico, Cary 67 2 Logan Atkins, Dunn 70 3 Evan Owen, Winston-Salem 73 3 Caden Hodges, Dunn 73 Selected Others 26 Trey Benson, Winston-Salem 84 32 David Howard, Clemmons 87 49 Trace McKinney, Greensboro 105 Boys 14-15 Division 1 Ford Amerson, Greenville 69 2 Lake Williams, Greenville 72 2 Quin Covington, Cary 72 Selected Others 26 Zach Kupiec, Greensboro 82 47 Lacy Carroll, Graham 106



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

Carolinas PGA Selected events; complete schedule at 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. Nov. 30-Dec. 2 – Pro-Pro Championship, Pinehurst area courses.

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

CGA Seniors/Super Seniors Sept. 8-9 – 13th North Carolina Super Senior, Cedar Rock CC, Lenior. Oct. 5-6 – 10th Carolinas Super Senior FourBall, Forest Oaks CC, Greensboro.

CGA Men/Mid-Am Sept. 17-19 – 28th North Carolina MidAmateur, 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 Women Nov. 17-18 – 5th Carolinas Women’s Club Team, Caledonia GC, Pawleys Island, SC.

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

CGA One-Day Individual Men, Senior, Super Senior and Women Sept. 12 – Beacon Ridge CC, West End Sept. 18 – Rumbling Bald (Apple Valley), Lake Lure

Sept. 19 – Rumbling Bald (Bald Mountain), Lake Lure Nov. 6 – Tanglewood (Championship), Clemmons Nov. 21 – Bermuda Run (West)

CGA One-Day Four-Ball Men, Women and Mixed Team Sept. 20 – Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit Oct. 11 – CC of Salisbury Oct. 25 – Finley GC, Chapel Hill Nov. 8 – Chapel Hill CC

CGA Women Four-Ball Play Days Sept. 14 – Talamore Resort, Southern Pines. Sept. 15 – Mid South Club, Southern Pines. Nov. 1 – Pinewild CC (Holly), Pinehurst. Nov. 2 – Southern Pines GC. Nov. 8 – Old North State Club, New London.

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

Amateur Individual 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. Oct. 8-10 – Alamance Amateur, The Challenge, The Valley, Mill Creek. Oct. 23 – Silo Run Shootout, Silo Run Golf Course, Booneville, 336-367-3133.

Amateur Team Sept. 11-12 – Perry Lowe 2-man Championship, Southwick GC, Graham. 336-227-2582. Sept. 11-12 – Lynrock Invitational Two Man Captain’s Choice, benefitting Morehead HS Athletics, Lynrock GC, Eden, Contact James Gilley . Sept. 18 or 19 – Southwick Parent-Child Tournament. Ages 11-under play 9 holes, ages 12-over play 18 holes. Choose which day to play. Southwick GC, Graham. 336-227-2582. Sept. 25-26 – Tuscarora Two-Man Invitational, Tuscarora CC, Danville. Medal play in flights. 434-724-4191. Oct. 1-2 – Chatmoss Two-Man Invitational, Chatmoss CC, Martinsville. Medal play in flights. Also senior division. 276-638-7648.




919-708-3351 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 Sept. 2 – Bryan Park (Champions), Brown Summit Sept. 13 – 12 Oaks CC, Holly Springs

Laid-Back Golfers Tour

Flights pre-determined by handicap Tees determined by hdc/age formula Sept. 27 – Caswell Pines GC, Yanceyville Oct. 11 – Chatmoss CC, Martinsville Nov. 1 – Goodyear GC, Danville, Va.

Captains Choice & Charity Sept. 3 – Third Annual John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival Golf Tournament, Oak Hollow GC, High Point, . Sept. 10 – Kernersville Civitan, Pine Knolls, Kernersville, Don Berrier 336-345-2653. Sept. 11-12 – Lynrock Invitational Two Man Captain’s Choice, benefitting Morehead HS Athletics, Lynrock GC, Eden, Contact James Gilley . Sept 17 – The 15th Annual Stogner Scholarship for Autism, Pudding Ridge GC, Mocksville, Leigh Shenberger 336-287-0305. Sept. 15-17 – Johnston Health Foundation Golf Classic (Pick your own day/time), Country Club of Johnston County, Smithfield, donate/events/golf-classic/ . Sept. 20 – Golfing for Gals, Governors Club, Chapel Hill, Sept. 22 – Winston-Salem Rescue Mission’s 15th Annual Golf Tournament, Bermuda Run West Country Club, Advance, https://

434-792-3728 • Men/Women All-Ages

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18 Holes • Monday-Thursday Walking – $19, Ride & Play – $27

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For the latest tournament schedule, now updated daily, go to then click on Tournaments


Beaver Creek Golf Course 9-Hole Course 44 Acres+

Oct. 2-3 – Sapona Two-Man, Sapona CC, Lexington, 336-956-6245. Oct. 9-10 – Goodyear Invitational Two-Man, Goodyear GC, Danville. 434-797-1909. 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. Nov. 6-7 – Greensboro National Fall Classic, Greensboro National GC, Summerfield. 2-man bestball. 336-342-1113. Nov. 13-14 – Two-man best ball flighted, Silo Run Golf Course, Booneville, 336-367-3133.

• Friday (no holidays): Walking – $19 Ride & Play – $29

All Equipment Included 4 Buildings to Include: Cart Corral, Clubhouse, Workshop, Chemical Shed 2 Ponds & Irrigation System

• Seniors Monday-Friday (no holidays) Walking – $16 Ride & Play – $24


18 Holes • Weekends & Holidays Walking – $22 Ride & Play – $35 After 1 p.m. Ride & Play – $32 • Seniors Ride & Play – $32 • Juniors play for 1/2 price after 12 p.m. of the REGULAR/NORMAL 18 hole rate when accompanied by a full paying adult.

All Events Available Online at

2391 Reynolds Park Road • Winston-Salem • 336-650-7660 Conveniently located next to Old Salem & Downtown Winston-Salem near the Hwy. 52 & Bus. 40 Interchange.

CALENDAR . Oct. 2 – Perry Lowe Memorial Scholarship Fund Charity Event, Southwick GC, Graham. 336-227-2582. Sept. 4-6 – NJGA 21st Annual National Championship, True Blue Golf Club, Pawleys Island, SC B/G 5-19. Sept. 4-5 – Tarheel Junior Golf Tour RBC Sandhills Junior Amateur, Longleaf Golf & Family Club, Southern Pines, B 6-19. Sept. 11 – PKBGT North Carolina Series, Country Club of Whispering Pines, Whispering Pines, G 8-19. Sept. 11-12 – TYGA Todd Kinlaw Memorial Junior, Brook Valley Country Club, Greenville, B/G 12-18. Sept. 12 – NJGA 21st Annual Adult/Junior Championship, Olde Sycamore Golf Course, Charlotte, B/G 5-19. Sept. 18-19 – 9th CGA Creed Junior Boys’ Invitational, Camden Country Club, Camden, SC, B 12-18. Sept. 18-19 – NJGA All-Star Cup, Country Club of South Carolina, Florence, SC, B/G 14-19. Sept. 18-19 – HJGT Myrtle Beach National Junior Open, Myrtle Beach National Golf Club, Myrtle Beach SC, B/G 8-18. Sept. 18-19 – PKBGT North Carolina Series Open, Colonial Country Club, Thomasville, G 8-19. Sept. 18 – TYGA Tots, Gillespie Park GC, Greensboro, B/G 6-11.

Sept. 18 – PKBGT South Carolina Series, Columbia Country Club, Columbia, SC, G 8-19. Sept. 18-19 – NJGA All-Star Junior Cup, Country Club of South Carolina, Florence, SC, B/G 5-13. Sept. 18-19 – HJGT Faldo Hurricane Series Mid-Atlantic Regional, Lonnie Poole Golf Course, Raleigh, B/G 8-18. Sept. 22 – TYGA/PKBGT Girls’ North State High School Girls Challenge, Keith Hills GC, Lillington, G 13-19. Sept. 25-26 – The Henry Transou Memorial Junior, Cherokee National Golf Club, Gaffney, SC, B/G 8-18. Sept. 25-26 – TYGA Tournament of Champions, Keith Hills Golf Club, Lillington, B/G 8-18. Sept. 25-26 – PKBGT Middle Atlantic Series Open @ Lakeview GC at JMU, Lakeview GC at JMU, Harrisonburg, VA, G 8-19. October 2-3 – PKBGT South Carolina Series Open @ Tega Cay GC, Tega Cay GC, Tega Cay,SC, G8-19. October 2-3 – HJGT Low Country Fall Junior Open, Crescent Pointe Golf Club, Bluffton,SC, B/G8-18. October 2-3 – TYGA Archdale-Trinity Junior Open, Holly Ridge Golf Links, Archdale, B/ G12-18. October 2-3 – TYGA Tots State Championship, Holly Ridge Golf Links, Archdale, B/G6-11. October 5 – TYGA Pinecrest Girls’ High School Invitational, Pinehurst Country ClubCourse 6, Pinehurst, B13-18.

October 9-10 – HJGT Charlotte Fall Junior Open, Red Bridge Golf & Country Club, Locust, B/G8-18. October 9-10 – Tarheel Junior Golf Tour: RBC Bryan Park Junior Amateur, Bryan Park Golf Club, Browns Summit, B6-19. October 9-10 – CGA/PKGGT Jimmy Anderson Girls’ Invitational, Jacksonville Country Club, Jacksonville, G12-18. October 16-17 – GSA Fall Classic, Legacy Pines GC, Greenville,SC, B/G8-18. October 16-17 – HJGT Mid Atlantic Regional Invitational, Greensboro National Golf Club, Summerfield, B/G8-18. October 16-17 – TYGA Zoo City Junior, Pinewood Country Club, Asheboro, B/G1218. October 14-17 – AJGA Vaughn Taylor Championship, Mount Vintage Golf Club, North Augusta,SC, B/G12-19. October 18-19 – HJGT Faldo Hurricane Series 2021 Grand Final, Barefoot Resort and Golf, North Myrtle Beach,SC, B/G8-18. October 22-24 – SCJGA 27th Annual Bobby Chapman Invitational, Country Club of Spartanburg, Spartanburg,SC, B13-18. October 23-24 – PKBGT Southeast Girls Classic, TBD, TBD,GA, G8-18. October 30-31 – PKBGT Colonial Girls Classic, Williamsburg National Golf Club, Williamsburg,VA, G11-19. October 30-31 – TYGA Triad Bill Harvey Memorial, Bryan Park Golf Course, Greensboro, B/G12-18.

Goodyear Two-Man Invitational

at Goodyear Golf Club, Danville, Va.

Saturday, October 9 & Sunday, October 10 Two-Man Bestball




per player or $300 team Entry Fee covers:

• • • •

Green and Cart Fees both days Range balls and player favors Prizes for top teams in five flights Lunch both days

Flights determined after 1st round. Five flights based on full field of 60 teams. Mail entry fee with player names, address & phone to:

Goodyear Golf Club

1901 Goodyear Blvd., Danville, Va. 24541

Questions? Call 434-797-1909

Alamance County Amateur Tournament Friday, Saturday and Sunday

October 8,9,& 10 Entry Fee: $149 and field will be limited to the first 100 players Entry Includes: Practice Round at 1 course of your choice Dinner Friday night and Breakfast Saturday morning. Format and Tournament Details: This event is a stroke play event. All players will play their first two rounds from tees at or around 6000 yards in length and then ALL PLAYERS WILL be flighted based on their two day totals for their final Round of golf. In the final round, the 1st Flight will most likely play from a distance of 6500 yards, but all other flights will be close to 6000 yards. Course Rotation: • Friday, The Challenge Golf Club 1179 Challenge Drive Graham, NC 27253 • 336.578.5070 • Saturday, The Valley Golf Course 1005 Indian Valley Drive Burlington, NC 27217 • 336.584.7871 • Sunday, Mill Creek Golf Course 1700 Saint Andrews Drive Mebane, NC 27307 • 919.563.4653

Call The Valley Golf Shop 336.584.7871 or sign up online

Prizes: Top prizes will include golf shop credit and new golf equipment. (more details to follow) Now open for registration.





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