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NATIONAL CHAMP FINALLY WINS LOCAL GOLFWEEK TOUR EVENT AT WHISPERING PINES

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Carolina Trace (Lake Course) 

e-newsletter Summary

 

In This Issue
April 22, 2012
  • Sign-up for Carolina Trace (Lake) - 1:00 PM Shotgun
  • Read the Whispering Pines Story and Full Leaderboard
  • 2012 Tour Schedule Via Link
  • Rules Review - Discussions On When a Ball moves during your backswing.  Do You Know the Rules? 
  • Check Your Current Golfweek Issue To View Photo of Winners From Pinehurst/Raleigh/Triad Tours
  • Tour Weather Guidelines Reminder
  • Where In The World Is Mike Hindmarsh? 

Congratulations to all golfers that played at Whispering Pines

 

Next week you are at Carolina Trace playing the Lake Course in Sanford, another great private course by Robert Trent Jones. 

 

The rules review this week deals with a ball that moves during your backswing.  Are you accessed a penalty?  Why or why not?

 

Where are you in the end-of-year Point Standing Race?  See links at bottom of e-newsletter to see where you stand.

 

Check the  Full Leaderboard at the bottom of the newsletter to see how you fared against the competition in your flight. 

 

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2012 GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR
SATURDAY, APRIL 28
CAROLINA TRACE  - LAKE COURSE

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 Signature Hole #8: Par 3- Over Water to a Small Green

 
Carolina Trace - Lake Course

 

A Private Country Club

 

The course architect of Carolina Trace is Robert Trent Jones Sr. and if you are a student of the game, you should know Robert Trent Jones portfolio of courses.

 

Jones, Sr. worked with golf legend Bobby Jones on the Peachtree course in Atlanta and again on the Augusta National course, the home of the Masters.  Robert Trent Jones, Sr. became a national celebrity with his complete re-design of the Oakland Hills South course for the U.S. Open Tournament in 1951.

 

He immediately became the "Open Doctor" and in quick succession re-designed such major venues as Baltusrol-Lower course, Olympic-Lake course, Southern Hills, Oak Hill and Congressional Country Club.During his career, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed or re-designed nearly 500 courses in at least 40 states in the U.S. and 35 countries around the world.

 

At Carolina Trace Country Club, members are fortunate to have two courses designed by such a world renowned architect.The Lake Course winds around the 315-acre Lake Trace with captivating views where maintaining focus on your game can be difficult "but fall asleep at your peril and potentially higher scores".

 

The course you will be playing at this private golf community  in 2 weeks is the Lake Course which opened for play in 1971Jones, creativity of design is apparent in the Lake Course and remains visible on every hole.The course is always in excellent condition and if you can play, don't miss it. 

 

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

 

Directions:

 

2100 Country Club Drive

Sanford, North Carolina 27332

Pro Shop: (919) 499-5611

 

 

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Bruce Hallenbeck
 
Sandhills Golf Pro 736 Mallard Dr. Randleman, NC27317

336-495-6556

behgolf@aol.com

 

To reserve your place and to sign-up, please reply to this email, sign-up on-line, mail a check or call Bruce Hallenbeck.

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Event Info:

 

Carolina Trace (Lake Course)

 

Saturday, April 28, 2012

 

Fees:     $70.00 Time:     1:00 PM Shotgun

 

Physical Address:

 

Carolina Trace Country Club, Inc.

2100 Country Club Drive Sanford,

North Carolina 27332

 

Pro Shop: (919) 499-5611

 

Driving Directions

 

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

 

Carolina Trace Country Club  - Lake

 

2011 Carolina Trace (Lake) Flight Winners (left to right):
 
Championship Flight - Dan Holland, A Flight - Bobby Elder,
B Flight- Mike Hindmarsh,  C Flight - Michael Doak, D Flight- Eric Friar

 

CHAMPIONSHIP  (6,837 yards) Dan Holland, High Point  74
A  FLIGHT  (6,283 yards) Bobby Elder, Randleman  76  B  FLIGHT  (6,283 yards) Mike Hindmarsh, Ramseur  81  C  FLIGHT  (6,283 yards) Michael Doak, Cary  83  D  FLIGHT  (6,283 yards) Eric Friar, Whispering Pines  90

 

 

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NATIONAL CHAMP FINALLY WINS LOCAL GOLFWEEK TOUR EVENT AT WHISPERING PINES

 

Whispering Pines, NC

(April 21, 2012)

 

Last October Daren Green of Durham made the year-ending trip to Hilton Head for the Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour National Championship Finals. Representing the Raleigh/Pinehurst Tour at that event, Green emerged as the winner of the B Flight competition, besting over 150 entrants from Tours all over the country.

 

Winners (left to right)  Mark Lawson - C Flight;

Daren Green B Flight;   Henry Lech  - D Flight

 

Funny thing about that victory was that in 10 years of competition in his local events, Green had never secured a B Flight win prior to being the "top-dog" at the Nationals.

Green changed that record with a sudden death playoff win at The Country Club of Whispering Pines - The West Course - against Greenville's Jimmy Adams. Both finished regulation play with 80s and then headed out for the playoff. This win wasn't gonna be easy for Green though, who worked 3rd shift the night before and came straight to the course from work. Adams then made a 30 foot clutch putt to extend the playoff. Green managed to out-steady him however and take the playoff on the 2nd extra hole.

 

Joining Green as a local Tour winner for the first time were 3 other players in the event. First amongst them was A Flight winner James Adamski of Fayetteville. Adamski was playing in his very first Tour event and shot a 78 to nip Kernersville's Billy Lankford by 1 stroke to grab the top spot.

 

Asheboro's Mark Lawson, playing in his second year of Tour competition, got his first taste of the winners circle in the C Flight with an 82 that was also 1 stroke clear of 2 pursuers - Fort Bragg's Jason Goodwin and Eric Friar of Whispering Pines. Henry Lech of Fayetteville enjoyed his 1st win as a Tour member with an 88 that gave him a 2-shot cushion over West End's Tom Anderson for the D Flight crown.

 

Winners (left to right):  James Prasse Championship Flight; 

James Adamski -  A Flight

 

The only repeat winner was James Prasse of Fayetteville in the Championship Flight, whose 74 was 4 shots clear of Raleigh's Don Moore. Not only had Prasse won on Tour before, but this win made it 2-in-a-row as he also emerged victorious last week at Pinewood Country Club in Asheboro.

 

"Prasse's play has been impressive this year", noted Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck. "I'm expecting big things from him this coming October at those National Finals in Hilton Head".

 

Next stop for the Golfweek Tour is Carolina Trace - the Lakes Course on Saturday, April 28. Any amateur golfer interested in playing in that event, or any other Golfweek Tour event, can contact Hallenbeck at 336-495-6556, or email him at behgolf@aol.com.

 

 

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

COUNTRY CLUB OF WHISPERING PINES EVENT

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

 

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (6521 yds)

James Prasse, Fayetteville 74

Don Moore, Raleigh 78

Eli Villanueva, Fayetteville 80

 

A FLIGHT (6521 yds)

James Adamski, Fayetteville 78

Billy Lankford, Kernersville 79

Robin Neverve, Laurinburg 80

Cuong Ton, Greensboro 84

Jon Blum, Jacksonville, FL 84

 

B FLIGHT (6144 yds)

Daren Green, Durham 80

Jimmy Adams, Greenville 80

Scott Williams, Raleigh 81

Jim McLean, Hillsborough 81

Johnnie Baggett, Dunn 83

Tom Vasseur, Raleigh 83

Terry Evans, Apex 83

Steve Marinelli, Cary 83

James Dockery, Southern Pines 83

 

C FLIGHT (6144 yds)

Mark Lawson, Asheboro 82

Jason Goodwin, Fort Bragg 83

Eric Friar, Whispering Pines 83

Tony Robison, Southern Pines 84

Chris Vogts, East Bend 84

 

D FLIGHT (6144 yds)

Henry Lech, Fayetteville 88

Tom Anderson, West End 90

Greg Green, Apex 97

Ricky Tate, Fayetteville 99

Travis Evans, Farmville 101

Daniel Patterson, Fuquay-Varina 101

Jerry Jordan, Winston-Salem 103

 

 

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2012 Point Standings Race?

 

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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

 

Question from week #141

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Remember two weeks ago when Jerry found his ball sitting on a clump of fescue in the rough? Well this time, a similar thing happens, but he is careful when he address the ball not to do so too firmly. Unfortunately, when he starts his club back to make a stroke at the ball, the movement of his club causes his ball again to move downward. He completes the stroke but completely misses the ball. The ball now is on the ground in the middle of the clump of grass.

 

Jerry:

A. Has incurred a 1-stroke penalty, the stroke made at the ball counts, and he should play the ball as it lies.

 

B. Has incurred a 1-stroke penalty, the stroke made at the ball counts, and he should replace the ball on the spot or on the nearest spot most similar, no closer to the hole.

 

C. Has incurred no penalty, the stroke made at the ball counts and he should play the ball as it lies.

 

D. Has incurred no penalty, the stroke made at the ball counts and he should replace the ball on the spot or on the nearest spot most similar, no closer to the hole.


Answers

A. is the correct answer. I quote Rule 18-2b:

b . Ball Moving After Address

 

If a player's ball in play moves after he has addressed it (other than as a result of a stroke), the player is deemed to have moved the ball and incurs a penalty of one stroke .

 

The ball must be replaced, unless the movement of the ball occurs after the player has begun the stroke or the backward movement of the club for the stroke and the stroke is made.

 

Exception : If it is known or virtually certain that the player did not cause his ball to move, Rule 18-2b does not apply.

 

Rule 18-2 states three things that apply to Jerry's situation: 1) Jerry is deemed to have moved the ball; 2) Jerry incurs a 1-stroke penalty; and, 3) Jerry does not replace the ball must play the ball as it lies. Thus the stroke counts, he adds the 1-stroke penalty to his score and must now play the ball from deep in the rough.

 

Confusion often arises around this situation and the wording of this particular Rule. Remember, by definition a stroke is the downward movement of a club with the intention of striking and moving a ball. Jerry's ball moved as a result of his backswing,not as result of his stroke, thus his 1-stroke penalty.

 

The second paragraph of Rule 18-2b tells us in this situation Jerry does not replace the ball. It does not say there is no penalty, that was already decided in the first paragraph. Since he does not replace the ball, the obvious intention is to play the ball as it lies. In Jerry's case he completely missed the ball, but he could have just as easily moved it a few yards, or adjusted his swing to have caught the ball squarely and hit it flush. Because the movement of the ball occurred prior to the stroke, he cannot avoid the penalty. And, since the stroke counts, he plays the ball were it ended up.

 

It's important you understand, even if Jerry was able to hit the ball on the green or even into the hole, he would still have to count the 1-stroke penalty because the ball moved prior to and not as a result of his stroke.

 

How many of you would call such a penalty on yourself?

 

In a similar circumstance, Bobby Jones did.

Bobby Jones Video (movie)

 

 

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

Whispering Pines

April 21, 2012

 

Tees by Flight:

 

Champ & A: Blue Tees; Rating- 70.8; Slope- 129: Yardage - 6521 B, C, D: White Tees; Rating- 68.9; Slope-126; Yardage - 6144

 

Pos Name Flight Score
1 Prasse, James CH 74
2 Moore, Don CH 78
3 Villanueva, Eli CH 80
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Adamski, James A 78
2 Lankford, Bill A 79
3 Neverve, Robin A 80
4 Ton, Cuong A 84
4 Blum, Jon A 84
6 Almodovar, Cisco A 85
7 Martin, Mike A 87
7 Reams, Al A 87
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Adams, Jimmy B 80
1 Green, Daren B 80
3 McLean, Jim B 81
3 Williams, Scott B 81
5 Baggett, Johnnie B 83
5 Vasseur, Tom B 83
5 Evans, Terry B 83
5 Marinelli, Steve B 83
5 Dockery, James B 83
10 Gomez, Robin B 84
11 Flowers, Burt B 85
11 Sheahan, Bob B 85
13 Frazier, Jack B 86
13 Lawson, Aaron B 86
15 Tompkins, Doug B 87
16 Walker, Greg B 91
17 Kubla, Tom B 92
18 Jones, Joe B 93
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Lawson, Mark C 82
2 Friar, Eric C 83
2 Goodwin, Jason C 83
4 Robison, Tony C 84
4 Vogts, Chris C 84
6 Johnson, Craig C 86
7 Bell, Steven C 87
7 Williams, Rat C 87
9 Canales, Rudy C 91
10 Wilkes, Landon C 92
10 Boggie, Adam C 92
12 Carlton, Greg C 93
13 Bulgarino, Rob C 94
14 Wesley, Robert C 95
14 Davis, Shirral C 95
16 Wilkinson, Bill C 96
16 Bullock, Tom C 96
18 Picking, Aaron C 99
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Lech, Henry D 88
2 Anderson, Tom D 90
3 Green, Greg D 97
4 Tate, Ricky D 99
5 Evans, Travis D 101
5 Patterson, Daniel D 101
7 Kinnard, Issac D 102
8 Arnold, Stewart D 106
8 Domingue, Garrett D 106

 

 

 

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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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