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Edgewater Saturday September 6th-11am shotgun. Please email me back (Yes or No) if you're in.

Tee Boxes:

Champ Flight (Black Tees) 6800 yards

A & B Flight (Gold Tees) 6500 yards

C & D Flight (Blue Tees) 6250 yards (Note play all the par 5's from the Gold Tees to get this yardage)


Directions to Edgewater (Don't use your GPS on this course it is not correct)! 803-283-9800


Please be aware that most GPS and internet mapping sites do not have us listed as yet. Google is the only mapping site that lists our proper address. Other sites will direct you into downtown Lancaster. If you are able to input Bethel Boat Landing Rd that will get you on our property.


From I-485 Charlotte


Take Highway 521 South

Turn right on Highway 9 in Lancaster, SC. Follow for 4.3 Miles.

Turn left on Grace Avenue at stop light (you'll see Springs Grace Plant entrance). Follow for 1.9 Miles.

Bear right on Bethel Road (#S-29-187) just before Victory Worship Center. Follow for 1.6 Miles.

Turn right on Bethel Boat Landing Road (#S-29-296). Follow for 2.7 Miles.

Bethel Boat Landing Road becomes Catawba Ridge Boulevard

Follow Catawba Ridge Boulevard for 2.8 miles, Golf Shop will be on your left.


From I-77 Charlotte


Take I-77 South

Take exit 65 (Highway 9)

At Highway 9, turn left and head South toward Lancaster, SC. Follow for 13 Miles

Turn right on Grace Avenue at stop light (you'll see Springs Grace Plant entrance) Follow for 1.9 Miles.

Bear right on Bethel Road (#S-29-187) just before Victory Worship Center. Follow for 1.6 Miles.

Turn right on Bethel Boat Landing Road (#S-29-296). Follow for 2.7 Miles.

Bethel Boat Landing road becomes Catawba Ridge Boulevard

Follow Catawba Ridge Boulevard for 2.8 miles, Golf Shop will be on your left

Edgewater Saturday September 7th-11am shotgun. Please email me back (Yes or No) if you're in for the new date.


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Jaspers wins 5th Charlotte City Am

Joe Jaspers pumps his fist after hitting a par-saving putt on the 18th green during the final round of the Charlotte City Amateur golf championship at Quail Hollow Country Club on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. Jaspers went on to win the tournament and become the first 5-time champion.


Joe Jaspers sunk a 25-foot par putt on the 18th green to put an exclamation mark on his final round Sunday as he captured his fifth Charlotte City Amateur Golf Tournament.

Jaspers finished the final round at Quail Hollow Club with a 2-under par 70 to capture the 2014 event with a three-round 7-under 208. The 24 golfers in Sunday’s final round faced the identical pin placements from the 2014 Wells Fargo final round.

Jaspers received the “Ron Green Sr.” trophy for winning the tournament, with the hardware named after the long-time Charlotte Observer golf writer and columnist. Green was in attendance Sunday at Quail Hollow for the trophy presentation.

Chase Sargent, one stoke off the lead heading into Sunday’s final round, shot an even-par 72 to finish in second place two stokes behind Jaspers at 210. The 2012 Charlotte City Amateur winner, John Eades, carded a 2-under 70 to finish third at 211.

Jaspers won the tournament for the first time since 2004. The 48-year old also won in 1997, 1998 and 2000, and including Sunday’s win his victories have spanned three decades.

Although Jaspers hadn’t won since 2004, he’s finished in second place three times the past several years. “This is a special win,” said Jaspers. “I was getting the bounces today and that’s what it takes sometimes. I haven’t played that well for three days in a row ever.”

Someone who didn’t get the final-round bounces was 18-year old Peyton White, who led after both the first and second rounds but couldn’t find his game Sunday. White finished his final round with a 4-over par 76 and three-round total of 213 to share fourth place with Andy Simmons, Vince Sumner, Jake McGlone and Mayson Petty.

“My goal coming into this tournament was to make it to Sunday,” White said. “Today I bogeyed the first hole and then never quite got anything going. I didn’t make any birdies. Joe played fantastic and didn’t miss a shot today.”

Eades had a chance to challenge Jaspers late. He was 6-under par after 15 holes but bogeyed 16 and never recovered. Eades and Jaspers were the only golfers to shoot under par Sunday.

Tournament director Braxton McLennan talked about the tremendous growth of the event the past several years. “This was over the top,” McLennan said. “The field has gone to a new level. The great courses that we played and then to finish at Quail Hollow, we couldn’t be happier.”

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Jaspers, Albright, Lawrence, Aschmann & Lopez all win and Steve French has his first hole-in-one ever all at Cabarrus CC!

Championship Flight:

Joe Jaspers wins again as next week at Carolina Lakes he will go for three in a row in August.  Jaspers has really been on a roll this season and yesterday he waxed the field with 69.  Steve French for the first time in his golfing career got an ace on the par three 5th hole Saturday.  French hit a 7 iron into the hole en route to a second place finish at 75.  Dave Schmist grabbed third at 77 and Scott Goodelle was 4th with 78.

A Flight:

Rick Albright won for the first time every with 76 beating out Derek Goodyear by only one shot with 77.  Mike Nasekos grabbed solo third at 78 and Tom Chambers and Phil VanGeersdaelen tied with 80.  On the card playoff Chambers took 4th place money.

B Flight:

Vic Lawrence won for the fist time all season with 77 followed closely behind by Dan Harmon at 78.  Harry Diehl and Terry Upright both shot 80’s with Diehl grabbing third on the card.

C Flight:

Paul Aschmann won by five shots firing a smooth 80 and with that was promoted to the B flight for the rest of the season.  Good luck Paul as you will still be very competitive in the B flight the rest of the season.  Sean Wrigglesmith had his best outing on tour with a second place finish at 85 followed by Matt Painter at 87.  John Still beat out Steve Daniels for 4th place with both players shooting 89’s.

D Flight:

Pat Lopez won for the first time ever on tour with 98 and the Allan Salcedo grabbed second at 104.


Edgewater current player list:

Name Flt
 Aschmann, Paul B
 Aussicker, David B
 Beatty, Bob D
 Bollenbecker, Terry D
 Boone, Richard A
 Bumgardner, David B
 Casper, Christian C
 Chambers, Tom A
 Crates, Matt B
 Daniels, Steve C
 Delgado, Juan B
 DeVenney, Charles A
 Dye, Judd A
 Dyson, Jobe E
 Elenz, Nolan B
 French, Michael D
 French, Steve E
 Gastineau, Jeff C
 Goga, Mike C
 Goodyear, Derek A
 Hagen, Allen B
 Hagen, Mason B
 Harmon, Dan B
 Harmon, Dan B
 Harmon, Paul C
 Harty, Robert A
 Hinson, Larry C
 Hodges, Randy A
 Hogan, Shane B
 Janse Van Rensbu, Marc B
 Lawrence, Vic B
 Lesnick, Mike C
 Loye, Mike A
 Malone, Jeff E
 McCormac, Dennis E
 McGhee, Todd D
 Mines, Charles B
 Morgan, Clif B
 Mullis, Todd B
 Nasekos, Mike A
 Page, John C
 Ries, Greg E
 Rinaldi, John B
 Slate, Darren C
 Smith, Tim E
 Sult, Cliff A
 Tatge, Kirk B
 Upright, Terry B
 Vangeersdaelen, Phil A
 White, Anthony E
 Wrigglesmith, Sean C
 York, Jerry B
 Zabrecky, Joe A

Note: Pace of play penalties will be given tomorrow for the entire group if you remain out of position. The last 2 day at Cowan’s Ford & Piper we had several issues which I have addressed with the particular players involved—KEEP UP WITH THE GROUP IN FRONT OF YOU and PLAY READY GOLF!










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