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will draw half the prizes Sunday day two of the major at Salisbury.Tickets are $20 each and you can buy as many as you want. There
will be a button on the credit card payment page for easy payment or bring
check or cash to any of the tournaments. You do not have to be present to win so please at least give on
ticket a chance for the cause.
as we did this summer at Irish Creek we will have a 50/50
drawing for $10 a ticket. This we only be done at The Palisades day one
we should have 100 players so if everyone puts in just $10 each we will have
$1,000 in the pot so $500 to the winner!
John Torres won this summer’s drawing which netted him $505.
weekday Foursomes to all the courses we have played thus far in 2014!
Ford, Piper, Firethorne, Cabarrus, Carolina Lakes, Edgewater, Irish Creek, Palisades
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Jaspers wins 5th 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
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
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.”
David Aussicker wins B Flight Sunday at Irish Creek!
Jaspers Third Day in the Red Wins Him the 2014 N.C. Mid-Amateur Championship
DURHAM, N.C. – Final round results of the 21st North Carolina Mid-Amateur Championship hosted by Old Chatham Golf Club in Durham, N.C. on Sunday, September 21, 2014 (6900 yards, par 36-36—72, 73.7,132).
First round co-leader Joe Jaspers, 48, of Huntersville, put together another round in the red numbers to hold off Daniel Neveu and reigning U.S. Mid-Amateur Champion Scott Harvey by a single stroke to take home the 2014 North Carolina Mid-Amateur Championship at seven-under par 209. “Consistency was my key all week,” said Jaspers on only making two bogeys and one double bogey in 54 holes. On his first CGA Championship, “There were some great golfers out there and I was fortunate to come out on top.”
Daniel Neveu, 47, of Pinehurst followed up his course-record 64 Saturday with a four-under par 68 to finish at six-under par 210. Neveu was tied for the lead going into the last hole and came away with a three-putt bogey. “I thought I had to make that birdie putt.” Neveu said on his aggressive birdie try from 18 feet. Neveu played a strong stretch of golf over 29 holes, going 13-under in that stretch, but came up one-stroke short.
2013 Champion, Jeff Allen of Jacksonville, recorded a two-over par 74 and finished T-33 for the championship.
The Carolinas Golf Association would like to thank the membership and staff at Old Chatham Golf Club for their hospitality and a great weekend of golf.
Joe Jaspers, Huntersville, N.C.
Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C.
Daniel Neveu, Pinehurst, N.C.
Matthew Crenshaw, Burlington, N.C.
Jonathan Jackson, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Banks Wood Jr., Charlotte, N.C.
Paul Tucker, Waxhaw, N.C.
Scott Patnode, Belmont, N.C.
Chris Cassetta, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Sherrill Britt, West End, N.C.
James Harris, Lillington, N.C.
Uly Grisette, Winston Salem, N.C.
Kevin Knox, Wake Forest, N.C.
Trey Holroyd, Cary, N.C.
Greg Earnhardt, Greensboro, N.C.
Korky Kemp, Greensboro, N.C.
Rick Marion, Mount Airy, N.C.
Brandon Reece, Raleigh, N.C.
Mike Gentry, Indian Trail, N.C.
Mark Nieters, Clemmons, N.C.
Chris Buffaloe, Garner, N.C.
Ron Kirkpatrick, Charlotte, N.C.
Gary Robinson, Fayetteville, N.C.
Russ Perry, Winston Salem, N.C.
Justin Livonius, Charlotte, N.C.
Lionel Sutton, La Grange, N.C.
Scott Lincicome, Pinehurst, N.C.
Daniel Welborn, Charlotte, N.C.
Brant Stovall, Sandy Ridge, N.C.
Bubba Aughtry, Concord, N.C.
Brad Clark, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Brad Mundy, Hickory, N.C.
Jobe Dyson, Don Bridges, David Aussicker, Larry Hinson and Paul Sharples all win at Irish Creek!
Jobe Dyson wins for the first time on tour winning
by two shots with 71. Jay Barnes tried
to catch Jobe on the back but fell short in second with 73. Anthony White grabbed third at 75 and Jody
Clary beat out Jeff Malone and Steve French on the card at 76.
Don Bridges wins by one shot with 74 followed by
Derek Goodyear at 75 and Charles Devenney with 76. Cliff Sult made a birdie putt on the last
hole for 4th place money at 77.
David Aussicker fired a 78 good enough for a one
shot victory over Brian Swanson at 79. Mark
Janse Van Rensburg was solo third at 81 and Paul Aschmann beat out Kirk Tatge
on the card with 82.
Larry Hinson wins also by only one shot with 82
followed by Chris Lepore & Mike Goga at 83’s. Tony Pharr and Stephan N-Plotnicki tied at 86 with Pharr winning 4th
place money on the card.
Columbia Tour member Paul Sharples wins with 91
followed by Tyler Ellis at 92. Terry
Bollenbecker rounded out the top three spots at 102.