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Devils Ridge e-newsletter Summary

 
In This Issue
March 18, 2012

  • Devils Ridge Sign-up 
  • Forest Oaks Winners and Full Leaderboard
  • 2012 Tour Schedule
  • Rules Review - Additional discussions on water hazard versus lateral water hazard and taking relief 
  • Weather Reminder

Congratulations to the winners at Forest Oaks and the superb scores across all Flights.   Please read the Forest Oaks story and review the full leaderboard at the bottom to see how you fared against your flight competitors. Don't forget to share with your non-tour golfing buddies to remind them of the fun you are having every week.

 

The season continues as the tour returns to the Raleigh area to play  one of the best private courses in the area.  Plus with the season 1st  Major the next week, this is a good time to schedule to play at Devils Ridge and Bryan Park which will be a sell-out for sure.

 

Make sure you review the rules question this week on the difference between water hazards (yellow stakes) and lateral water hazard (red stakes).  There is a difference and if you do it wrong you can be penalized.  Please read and if you have questions,  ask.

 

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2012 GOLFWEEK 
SATURDAY, MARCH 24
DEVILS RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB

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Devil Ridge Country Club 

 

Don’t miss playing this private course in Holly Springs. 

 

Devil’s Ridge Country Club is always in pristine condition, is a great course to play and one that can yield some very low scores.  It was built on rolling terrain with convex fairways (seldom a level lie but balls funnel to middle of the fairway). The course is lined with towering hardwoods, and the elevated greens have moderate undulations and can be fast but true.

 

The signature hole is #17, a 388-yard, par 4, with an elevated green that has a twenty-foot drop off the back side.   Make sure you select the correct club for your approach. 

 

This is a perennial favorite and always bring out the best in your tournament round.

 

 

Sign-up & Pay Online Here

 

 

Positions will go quickly.

 

To reserve your place and to sign-up, please reply to this email, sign-up on-line or call Bruce Hallenbeck - 336-495-6556 or behgolf@aol.com

 

 

 


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The Tournament at Devils Ridge 

 

 

Event Info:

 

Saturday, March 24, 2012


Devils Ridge Country Club

 

Fee is $75.00

1:30 PM Shotgun

 

Physical Address:

 

Devils Ridge Golf Club,

5107 Linksland Drive,

Holly Springs, NC 27540


Telephone: 919-557-6100

 

Directions to Devils Ridge

 

 

To sign-up, call or email Bruce at 336-495-6556 or behgolf@aol.com.

 

To sign-up, call or email Bruce at 336-495-6556 or behgolf@aol.com.

 

 

 

2011 Flight Winners and Defending Champions*:

 

Devils Ridge Country Club

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (7002 yards)

Greg Hall, West End 77

 

A FLIGHT (6430 yards)

Brad Morris, Four Oaks 74

 

B FLIGHT (6430 yards)

Lanny Ealey, Durham 78

 

C FLIGHT (6430 yards)

Harold Alvarez, Raleigh 84

 

D FLIGHT (6430 yards)

Pierre Samson, Greenville 93


 

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GOLFWEEK TOUR "ROOKIE" FIRES FIRST ACE AT FOREST OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

 

March 17, 2012

 

What could be better than winning a "Skin" in the weekly cash game and getting the closest-to-the-pin prize on the same hole in a GolfWeek Amateur Golf Tour event? How about doing it with your 1st career hole-in-one in your Tour debut event?

 

That's exactly what Salisbury's Ron Richard pulled off today on the 157 yard, par-3, 8th hole at Forest Oaks Country Club. He used his trusty 6-iron to accomplish the feat. Upon leaving the hole he stated: "I'm still shaking from that. It's gonna be tough to play my next shot".

 

"We've had a bunch of 'aces' through the years on-Tour", said Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck, "but never one right out of the gate like this".

 

Richard's feat somewhat overshadowed the best Championship Flight effort of the young season as Winston-Salem's Chris Cassetta posted a 2-under 70 to cruise to a 5 stroke win over High Point's Dan Holland. As a matter of fact, low scores were the norm at the top of each flight as over 110 members competed in this event.

 

Forest Oaks Flight Winners (l to R):  Championship Flight - Chris Cassetta and A Flight - Mike Meadows

 

Mike Meadows of Advance shot a 75 to edge Laurinburg's Robin Neverve by a single swing in the A Flight. The margin of victory in the B Flight was the same as in "A" - 1 stroke, with John Biggs of Mayodan besting Terry Evans of Apex and Raleigh's Al Reams.

 

B Flight Winner - John Biggs

 

The C Flight was even tighter as Asheboro's Mark Lawson and Charlotte's John Torres tied at 87 after regulation and headed out for a sudden death playoff. Torres emerged as the winner with a par.

 

C Flight Winner - John Torres after sudden death playoff with Mark Lawson(Photo of D Flight Winner Ken White not available)

 

Other than in the Championship Flight, the only flight winner to enjoy a comfortable margin of victory was Ken White of Greensboro in the D flight, whose 91 was 6 strokes clear of both Raven, VA's Greg Dotson and Fayetteville's George Greer.

 

The next GolfWeek Tour event is Saturday, March 24 at Devils Ridge Country Club in Holly Springs. Any amateur golfer interested in playing in any Tour event can call Hallenbeck at 336-495-6556, or by emailing him at behgolf@aol.com.

 

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

TOP FIVE SCORES (AND TIES) BY FLIGHT

FOREST OAKS COUNTRY CLUB EVENT

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (6868 yds)

Chris Cassetta, Winston-Salem 70

Dan Holland, High Point 75

Mark Macejko, Vass 77

Gene Queen, Advance 80

Anthony Mann, Raleigh 81

 

A FLIGHT (6429 yds)

Mike Meadows, Advance 75

Robin Neverve, Laurinburg 76

Jason Breedlove, Charlotte 78

Brian Carson, Danville, VA 78

Chris Clark, Chapel Hill 78

 

B FLIGHT (6429 yds)

John Biggs, Mayodan 81

Terry Evans, Apex 82

Al Reams, Raleigh 82

Jack Frazier, Clemmons 84

Nick Mooneyham, Elon 84

 

C FLIGHT (6429 yds)

John Torres, Charlotte 87

Mark Lawson, Asheboro 87

Josh Hyten, Fayetteville 88

Adam Boggie, Fayetteville 89

Henry Lech, Fayetteville 90

Brad Smith, Winston-Salem 90

 

D FLIGHT (6429 yds)

Ken White, Greensboro 91

Greg Dotson, Raven, VA 97

George Greer, Fayetteville 97

Jeff Jackson, Randleman 98

Brandon Andrews, Jamestown 100

Travis Evans, Farmville 100

Jerry Jordan, Winston-Salem 100

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 100

 

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Rules Review
It has been suggested that there should be  a series of Rules scenarios for you to solve.  So begins a series of problems titled What's the Score?   Doc Miller has graciously agreed to allow me to share these with you that he has been sending since July 2009. I will include one each week.  You should try to determine the answer based upon your knowledge of the Rules when ever possible and then use your Rule book to confirm.   There will be no trick questions or hidden information. 

If you do not have a Rules of Golf book handy, go to: usga.org/Rule-Books and-Decisions

 

RULE 26-1 - RELIEF FOR BALL IN WATER HAZARD

 

Sometimes there is confusion concerning the rule that governs the treatment of a ball in a water hazard (including lateral water hazard). Let's try to simplify it.

 

Here are the basics…

 

To begin, understand that an area that is designated a water hazard does not have to actually have water in it to fall under the definition but it must have stakes or lines that define the margin of the hazard. There are two designations of water hazards: a (regular) water hazard and a lateral water hazard.

 

A water hazard is defined by yellow stakes and/or yellow painted lines on the ground. Normally, this type of hazard is one you must hit over to reach the hole like a creek that crosses the fairway at 90 degrees. If your ball is lost in or not playable out of a water hazard, the Rules offer you two options for relief under penalty of one stroke. The first option is to re-hit from the previous spot. The second option is to drop a ball anywhere along an imaginary line and play from there.

 

The orientation of this imaginary line is often misunderstood.

IMPORTANT: When you hit a ball into a hazard (water or lateral) you should immediately note where it last crossed the margin of that hazard for this is the point you will work with for all options other than re-hitting from the spot of your previous stroke.

 

It doesn't matter where the ball ends up in the hazard. All that matters is where did it last enter th e hazard. Think of a hazard as having a wall of glass around it that extends vertically upwards from the hazard margin. When you hit your ball into the hazard it made a hole in the glass. The point on the hazard margin

directly below the hole you made in the glass is the point on the ground that you are going to use for your relief options other than replaying the stroke from the previous spot.

 

Sometimes you may make multiple holes in the glass: one on the near side and a second on the far side and then a third after it hit the ground on the far side and bounced back or rolled back into the hazard. The point on the ground directly below that third hole is the last hole and is thus the point on the margin that you

need to reference. It never matters where it first crossed the hazard margin, but where it last crosses. You must remember this, it is necessary to correctly take relief under R26-1.

 

Now, hopefully you understand the meaning of the phrase "last crossed the margin" of the hazard because we will need to reference this point for three different relief options. I said the second option for a water hazard uses an imaginary line. In order to draw any line we need two points. The first point, or anchor for the line is the hole (use the flagstick if you cannot see the hole).

 

The second point for our line is that spot on the ground discussed above where your ball last crossed the margin of the hazard. The line starts at the hole and goes away from the flagstick over top your reference point on the hazard margin and

continues on behind and away from the hazard till it becomes impractical to follow-but far enough for you to use if you choose this relief option. In practical sense, here is how to apply this option:

 

1. I hit my ball into the hazard and I immediately take notice where it last broke the plane of the hazard margin.

2. I line that point up with the hole.

3. I now walk backwards away from the hazard keeping that point on the margin directly between me and the hole.

 

I can retreat as far as I want and drop the ball. I can drop it in the rough right near the hazard or in the fairway if that's where the extension of my line takes me. I can even drop in a bunker or another water hazard. I could also continue back, crossing over a second hazard and drop the ball. The point is, I can go back along this line as far as I need to for my drop.

 

NOTE : If the spot where your ball last crossed the margin of the water hazard is on the far side, meaning your ball cleared the hazard then came back into it, works no differently than if the spot were it last crossed was on the near side. You still line that point up with the flag and retreat backwards on the near side

(i.e., behind the hazard) to drop a ball.

 

Picture number 12 at the Masters: from the tee, the players must hit a ball over Rae's Creek to reach the green. If they come up short and dump one in the creek, where are they permitted to drop? Because this is marked as yellow, back in the fairway. They must still successfully negotiate the creek.

 

Sometimes they make it over Rae's Creek only to have the ball roll back into it--same relief option of dropping back in the fairway requiring a shot over the creek. Less common, but it happens, is a player may put a ball in the bunker behind the green, then

when they play the ball out, do so with too much force and hit it back into Rae's Creek from behind the green. The requirement to keep the point the ball last crossed the margin between them and the hole still applies and they join everybody else and drop back in the fairway for their 4th stroke.

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Notes:

 

When both stakes and lines are present, the stakes identify the hazard and the lines define the hazard margin. What this means is, if you encounter both stakes and lines around a hazard, treat the stake like a sign that says "here is a hazard". It has no meaning beyond a visual cue. The painted line becomes your reference point for all the measuring, reference points, etc.

  • · The painted lines often fade away over time. If you can no longer see the line, you must then reference just the stakes. There should be a sufficient number of stakes so the margin of the hazard is adequately defined along the natural boundaries of a hazard. The stakes themselves are inside the hazard. So to determine the precise margins using only stakes, sight along the fairway side of any two stakes at ground level.
  • · If the lines and stakes are missing, the player must reference the naturalboundaries of the hazard to define the margin.
  • · A ball touching the margin of a hazard is considered "in" the hazard. So if it touches the line, consider it in the hazard.

Understand the difference between a lateral water hazard versus a water hazard. When proceeding under this Rule, the player may lift and clean or substitute his ball.

 

You can read more herewater hazard 

 

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Tour Weather Guidelines:

 

Primarily, we adhere to the same guidelines that the PGA Tour uses:  If the course is open, we're going to play. 

 

The only exception to this is that I'll never put any of you in harm's way during an event because of dangerous weather.  (i.e. - lightening or severe cold and wetness). 

 

In other words, I won't let the course "bully" us into playing where an unsafe condition might exist.
 

Because I arrive at every event at least two hours prior to the start time and I generally have to leave my house at least an hour before that to get to the course, there is no sense calling me just before the event, because I won't be at the office.  The best avenue to take is to call the course if the weather seems threatening.


If you are on the roster for the event, and you do not get a cancellation notice from the course after calling them, you are expected to show up in time for the scheduled shotgun start.

 

Bruce

 

 

 

GolfWeek Amateur Tour Full Leaderboard

Forest Oaks Country Club

March 17, 2012

 

Tees by Flight:

Champ: Green Tees; Rating - 74.0; Slope - 139: Yardage - 6868 A, B, C, D: White Tees; Rating-71.5; Slope-133; Yardage-6329

 

 

Pos

Name

Flight

Score

1

Cassetta, Chris

CH

70

2

Holland, Dan

CH

75

3

Macejko, Mark

CH

77

4

Queen, Gene

CH

80

5

Mann, Anthony

CH

81

6

Smith, Garrett

CH

82

7

Kiser, Wayne

CH

84

Pos

Name

Flight

Score

1

Meadows, Mike

A

75

2

Neverve, Robin

A

76

3

Breedlove, Jason

A

78

3

Carson, Brian

A

78

3

Clark, Chris

A

78

6

Bickley, Rex

A

79

6

Elder, Bobby

A

79

6

Lankford, Bill

A

79

9

Mitchell, Coray

A

80

9

Penland, Lee

A

80

11

Reynolds, Rob

A

81

11

Ronan, Kevin

A

81

11

Sample, Gary

A

81

14

Barbee, Dexter

A

82

14

Everhart, Robert

A

82

14

Faulkner, Neal

A

82

14

Groenewald, Mike

A

82

14

Hubbard, Larry

A

82

14

Ton, Cuong

A

82

20

Richard, Ron

A

84

21

Goulding, Jim

A

85

22

Jenkins, Pat

A

86

23

Dill, Mark

A

87

23

Webber, Bob

A

87

25

Andrews, Rob

A

88

26

Lawson, Aaron

A

89

Pos

Name

Flight

Score

1

Biggs, John

B

81

2

Evans, Terry

B

82

2

Reams, Al

B

82

4

Frazier, Jack

B

84

4

Mooneyham, Nick

B

84

6

Adams, Jimmy

B

85

6

Burns, Jeff

B

85

6

Fesperman, Gary

B

85

6

Schmanke, David

B

85

10

Green, Daren

B

86

10

Magyar, Joe

B

86

10

Maryman, Bill

B

86

10

Peterson, Nelson

B

86

10

Sheahan, Bob

B

86

10

Smith, Geoff

B

86

10

Vangeersdaelen, Phil

B

86

10

Williams, Scott

B

86

18

Gomez, Robin

B

88

18

Martin, Greg

B

88

18

Spires, Jerry

B

88

18

Turbeville, Mike

B

88

22

Flowers, Burt

B

89

22

Vasseur, Tom

B

89

24

Barnica, Jay

B

90

24

Slager, Nick

B

90

24

Wilkinson, Bill

B

90

27

Ferrell, Wayne

B

91

27

Simon, Brett

B

91

29

Baggett, Johnnie

B

92

30

Goedeck, Kyle

B

93

30

Hawkins, Michael

B

93

30

Pollock, Don

B

93

30

Sharpe, Mike

B

93

30

Vetrone, Chris

B

93

35

Marinelli, Steve

B

94

35

Whitescarver, Todd

B

94

37

Kubla, Tom

B

95

38

Honeycutt, Ricky

B

98

39

Martin, Jeffrey

B

100

40

Starr, Randy

B

102

41

Carden, Brian

B

105

Pos

Name

Flight

Score

1

Lawson, Mark

C

87

1

Torres, John

C

87

3

Hyten, Josh

C

88

4

Boggie, Adam

C

89

5

Lech, Henry

C

90

5

Smith, Brad

C

90

7

Sutton, Daryl

C

91

8

Ingle, Jesse

C

92

8

Upchurch, Darien

C

92

10

Friar, Eric

C

93

10

Williams, Howard

C

93

12

Davis, Shirral

C

94

12

Johnson, Craig

C

94

14

Brown, Mark

C

95

14

Wilkes, Landon

C

95

16

Williams, Rat

C

97

17

Smith, Darrell

C

98

17

Vogts, Chris

C

98

19

Bullock, Tom

C

100

19

Wesley, Robert

C

100

21

Dauscher, Greg

C

101

21

Flanagan, David

C

101

23

Waddell, John

C

102

24

Carson, Corey

C

103

25

Tate, Ricky

C

107

Pos

Name

Flight

Score

1

White, Ken

D

91

2

Dotson, Greg

D

97

2

Greer, George

D

97

4

Jackson, Jeff

D

98

5

Andrews, Brandon

D

100

5

Evans, Travis

D

100

5

Jordan, Jerry

D

100

5

Thomas, Keith

D

100

9

Simpson, Carlos

D

103

10

Mooneyham, Matt

D

104

11

Lee, Richard

D

107

12

Arnold, Stewart

D

108

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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2 FIRST-TIMERS GET GOLFWEEK TOUR WINS
HOT WEATHER IMPACTS GOLFWEEK TOUR NUMBERS
BREAKING 100 WINS GOLFWEEK TOUR EVENT
"HOLE-IN-3" HIGHLIGHTS GOLFWEEK TOUR EVENT
2ND GOLFWEEK AMATEUR TOUR MAJOR CONTESTED AT SAPONA CC
EAGLES FLY IN GOLFWEEK EVENT
3 FIRST-TIME WINNERS SHINE IN GOLFWEEK AMATEUR TOUR EVENT
COMFORTABLE MARGINS OF VICTORY FOR GOLFWEEK TOUR WINNERS
SUNNY SKIES FOR GOLFWEEK TOUR'S 1ST MAJOR OF 2011
WEATHER SHORTENED EVENT STILL PRODUCES WINNERS ON GOLFWEEK TOUR
HAMILTON'S BIRDIE WINS GOLFWEEK TOUR PLAYOFF
PARDUE NIPS DAULER BY 1 FOR GOLFWEEK AMATEUR TOUR WIN
GOLFWEEK TOUR WINNERS SCORCH HYLAND GC
PLAYOFFS DECIDE 3 OUT OF 5 FLIGHTS IN GOLFWEEK TOUR CROOKED CREEK EVENT
WINNERS CRUISE IN 4 OUT OF 5 FLIGHTS ON GOLFWEEK TOUR
Rick Luzar beats the "Flatbellies" at Mid Pines!
GOLFWEEK AMATEUR TOURS KICK-OFF 2011 SEASON AT THE LEGACY
LEGACY EVENT RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, FEB. 12.
2011 Season kicks off February 5th at Legacy Golf Links in Pinehurst!
1ST TIME WINNERS AND PLAYOFF TOP EGOLF 2-DAY LOCAL FINALS
3 PLAYERS WIN FLIGHTS IN SUDDEN DEATH ON EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR
THE COURSE "WINS" AT FINAL EGOLF TOUR 2010 MAJOR
LANDON WILKES GETS 1ST CAREER EGOLF TOUR WIN
GREENVILLE'S AARON STUNS FIELD AT EGOLF EVENT
KERNERSVILLE'S MORGAN SURVIVES ROUGH FINISH FOR EGOLF TOUR WIN
ROCKY MOUNT'S STARR HAS "BREAKOUT" ROUND AT LONGLEAF GC
CHICAGO EGOLF MEMBER TAKES PINEHURST TOUR WIN
RALEIGH'S BELL CRUISES TO MAJOR EVENT EGOLF WIN
FAYETTEVILLE'S SANDERS WINS FOR THE 3RD TIME ON EGOLF TOUR
A FLIGHT ELDER BLITZES EGOLF TOUR FIELD AT 12 OAKS
This Saturday's event scheduled for Hyland GC in Southern Pines has been cancelled. Play the Charlotte Tour instead at the Warrior GC!
4 EARN SPOT TO TOUR FINALS IN EGOLF EVENT
ARLINGTON OF APEX TAKES EGOLF WIN IN 1ST EVENT
FAYETTEVILLE'S SANDERS WIND WHIPPED EGOLF WINNER
MACEJKO NOTCHES 2ND EGOLF TOUR WIN!
ROARING GAP GOLFER EARNS 1ST EGOLF TOUR WIN
THOMASVILLE'S NICK TERRY BLITZES B FLIGHT FIELD ON EGOLF AM TOUR!
NEW PRIZE POOL A HIT ON EGOLF TOUR
CLAYTON'S MILLER REPEATS AS EGOLF CHAMP
FAYETTEVILLE AREA GOLFERS DOMINATE EGOLF EVENT
2 GO UNDER PAR IN SOGGY EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR EVENT
GARNER'S TORRENCE TAKES EGOLF TITLE AT FALLS VILLAGE
EGOLF TOUR MEMBERS BATTLE TOUGH CONDITIONS AT BRYAN PARK
The 2010 season finally starts with 128 players battling it out at Mid Pine Resort!
2010 Season starts finally: Mid-Pines – February 20
RESCHEDULING (AGAIN) OF PRE-SEASON OPENER TO SEVEN LAKES COUNTRY CLUB
ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSTPONEMENT OF LEGACY EVENT - 1/30/10! - NEW DATE SATURDAY- 2/6/10
PLAYOFFS, LUCKY "SKIN" TOP EGOLF MAJOR EVENT
3-MAN PLAYOFF DECIDES EGOLF EVENT
FUQUAY'S CHRISTENSON WINS EGOLF EVENT
EAGLE WINS EGOLF TOUR PLAYOFF
WINSTON'S WEBBER MAKES IT 2 IN-A-ROW ON EGOLF TOUR
LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD IN EGOLF EVENT
TWO 1ST-TIME WINNERS HIGHLIGHT EGOLF TOUR EVENT
EDEN'S WALKER EARNS EGOLF PROMOTION
RALEIGH'S GERMAIN WINS 2ND EGOLF EVENT PLAYOFF IN-A-ROW
RALEIGH'S GERMAIN WINS 3RD CAREER MAJOR
3 PLAYOFFS DECIDE EGOLF TOUR WINNERS
NARROW WINS, HOLE-IN-ONE, HIGHLIGHT EGOLF TOUR EVENT
CLAYTON'S MILLER OFF TO HOT EGOLF TOUR START
EGOLF TOUR HOSTS SEASON'S 1ST MAJOR AT FOREST OAKS
DOUBLE EAGLE HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF EVENT!
HIGH SCORES DOMINATE EGOLF EVENT
FLIGHT WINNERS GO LOW IN EGOLF BERMUDA RUN WEST EVENT!
EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR BRAVES WEATHER AT MID PINES!
117 players battle it out at The Legacy Golf Links on Saturday!
2009 egolf Amateur Tour kicks off the season on January 31st at the Legacy!
egolf Amateur Tour National Championship Brings Record Field to Hilton Head, Oct. 25-26
EGOLF MAJOR EVENT GOES TO PLAYOFF
REYNOLDS FIRES CAREER-LOW EGOLF ROUND!
EGOLF TOUR "GRADUATE" WINS AT CAROLINA TRACE!
TIGHT RACES HIGHLIGHT EGOLF TOUR EVENT!
PITTSBORO'S THOMAS FIRES CAREER BEST ROUND FOR EGOLF TOUR WIN
EASY WINS MARK EGOLF LONGLEAF EVENT!
BELCHER POSTS CAREER ROUND TO WIN EGOLF MAJOR
PAIR OF 74s TAKE TOP SPOTS IN EGOLF TOUR EVENT
WINSTON’S LOGAN FIRES EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR RECORD SCORE!
ACE HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF TOUR MAJOR AT MILL CREEK!
JAMES MOORE WINS EGOLF TOUR BRYAN PARK EVENT
GOLF COURSE WINS IN EGOLF AMATEUR TOUR CAROLINA LAKES EVENT
SECOND YEAR GOLFER MAKES LEAP ON EGOLF TOUR AT KEITH HILLS
3 WAY PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS EGOLF TOUR PINEWOOD CC EVENT!
WEATHER WOES ONCE AGAIN PLAGUE EGOLF EVENT!
SUDDEN DEATH PLAYOFFS DECIDE EGOLF TOUR WINS!
egolf TOUR “B FLIGHTER” ACES RAIN SHORTENED MAJOR EVENT
egolf Amateur Tour members find going tough at Sapona CC
egolf Amateur Tour Kicks off 2008 Season at Bermuda Run West
egolf Amateur Tour and Harris Teeter Senior Tour kick-off 2008 season
Egolf Amateur Tour starts January 26th!
 
 

 

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