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Shadow Moss Champs; Maland, JOhnson, Carlisle and Dixon. Kenneck Not Pictured

Charleston Takes on Shadow Moss

The Charleston tour ventured down old, scenic, historic HWY 61 for their event at Shadow Moss Plantation on June 2nd.  It was definitely a Charleston day in June. The temperatures were high, humidity up and the course was playing a little tough.  We almost got everyone in before the tournament ending rain, unfortunately the C and D flights had to be reduced to a common 16 hole event.

The Championship Flight saw Eric Maland record his first victory of the year with a solid round of 80 to outdistance the field.  Eric who hails from Southern California commented on the weather, “Unbelievably hot” was all he needed to sum up the day.

In the A flight Fred Dixon and Steve Walters continued their strong play of late as they finished 1st and 2nd for the second tournament in a row.  This time it was Fred Dixon birding hole 18 for a one shot victory 77-78 over Steve.  Mark Ducker, tony Capehart and Glenn Powell all finished 3 shots back with solid 81’s.

The B flight saw Sean Kenneck keep up his strong play as well.  Sean fired a very nice round of 78 for a two shot victory over Jerry Mast.  Jeff Babin posted a nice 84 to finish in third.

The C flight saw Chris Huge become a victim of the weather as he went from a possible one shot victory to second place as Travis Carlisle edged Chris on the 16 hole scorecard.  Chris made up for it with a nice birdie that held on for a super skin tho.  Casey Sullivan who was really playing well when the rain hit, took home third place honors.

In the D flight, the only question was who was going to come in Second as Julie Johnson used her home course knowledge to post a very impressive round of 80 that was reduced to a 69 on the 16 holes.  The race for second was close between T.J. Angerer and Sean Galpin.  T.J. edged Sean by two strokes due to the 16 hole format. 

Our next event is June 23rd at Santee Cooper Country Club. Early tee times start at 8:30. Sing up online or just shoot me an email. 


 




The Charleston Golf Week Amateur held their annual social event at Crowfield Plantation Golf Course on April 21st.  The wind was up a bit, the course was in good shape and their was some fine golf played prior to our annual shindig after party.

The Champ Flight saw new comer Jeff Sullivan show that he will be a force all year with a dominate round of 75 from the tips to secure his first victory in his first event. Actuall the race for second place was a bit tighter than that for first as Stephen Kauble continued his solid play with a nice round of 82 on this difficult day to secure second place by a shot over Matt McInnis.

The A flight saw our first playoff of the day.  Dennis Slezak and George Rasque both posted impressive rounds of 80.  The two headed out to the first tee and with a big crowd by #1 green it was Dennis who prevailed with a Par on the first playoff hole.  Rounding out the top three was Randy Tame who posted a solid round of 82.

The B flight was the next group to finish and again we had a tie for first place that needed to be settled on the course.  John Saager and Jerry Mast both posted rounds of 84.  They too took off for the first tee box.  Both players had nice chances at par but Jerry let his slip on by the high side, giving John his first victory of the year.  Sean Kenneck who came in third, one shot out of the playoff was the leard up till the last couple of holes.  All-in-all it was good playing.

The C flight saw our first back to back Champion as Glenn Eagerton followed up his nine hole victory at Orangeburg Country Club with a win at Crowfiled.  Glenn fired a steady round of 84 for a three shot victory over Michael Menna who continued his solid play.  New comer Alex Hill rounded out the top three and it appears it is only time till we see Alex taking a victory.

The D flight saw long time member Cowboy have a great event.  Cowboy posted his best score of the year with a very solid 93 for a 10-shot victory over his friend Michael Miller and Aaron Chase.  Michael won on the scorecard playoff with a back nine 52 to Aarons 54.


 

 

 

 

 

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