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Step and John

March Madness....the beginning!

The Charleston tour ventured down Savannah highway to take on Stono Ferry for their second local event on there schedule.  The wind was up, making scoring a bit difficult but as usual, the course was in great shape.

The championship flight saw John Ashmore post his first victory of the season as he fired a 76 for a four-shot victory.  The A flight was closely contested all day but, in the end, Stephan Jones secured his first victory.  Step carded a very nice round of 79 for a two-shot victory over Biff Huff (81) who finished one shot in front of Glenn Powell to round out the top three.  The B flight saw Columbia’s Delano Jones post a solid round of 81 for a one-shot victory.  The B flight was also closely contested as Roland Hoffman and Jace Gause both finishing one shot back with 82’s.  Rolland secured the second-place prize money after the scorecard playoff.  Rolland had shot 40 on the back nine to Jace’s 42.  The C flight was won by Ozzy Osborne! Ozzy rocked an 83 for a two-shot victory over Michael Ridgway, (85). Rounding out the top three was Columbia’s Cleve Johnson who posted a very nice round of 86.  The D flight saw another Columbia golfer take the top honors as Gene Beamus outdistanced the field with a very nice 89 for a comfortable victory over the flight.  Mike Flanigan, also from Columbia finished in second place.  Overall it was a great day, a little tough for scoring but as always the staff there at Stono is top notch and it is always a pleasure and a treat to play there. 


The Charleston Golf Week kicked off their local season on the Isle of Palms at the Harbor golf course.  The winter freezer event lived up to its name with temps in the 40’s and constant 15-20 mph winds. New comer to the tour and a last minute add to the field, Chance Carrick lit up the course with a spectacular two over par 72 from the back tee’s.  Chance finished seven shots up on Stephen Kauble with his steady play.  In the A flight, Glenn Powell played some nice steady golf himself with nines of 40 41 for four shot victory over new comer Ed Borja.  Biff Huff took third in a score card playoff with Fred Dixon as the two posted rounds of 86.  The B flight saw newcomer Jason Trigiani show the field he will be a strong player as he fired a nice round of 79 for a three-shot victory over Jace Gause who posted an 82. Rounding out the top three with an 84 was John Saager.  Jason Courtney ran away in the C flight on the strength of his three birdies!  Jason fired an 85 for a seven-shot victory over a trio of golfers, Chris Huge, Vincent Ackerman and Casey Sullivan with Vincent taking second place money on the scorecard playoff.  The D flight provided the most drama as Mike Miller and John Davis from Myrtle Beach booth posted rounds of 103.  They took to the course for an on-course playoff.  The playoff went to the second hole with John securing victory with a very nice par.  We have an exciting schedule so please check it out on line @ Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour.  Our next local event is Mar 3rd at the Links of Stono Ferry. 














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