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August 26, 2012

  • Sign-up To Play Hyland Golf Club - September 15
  • Anderson Creek Results & Full Leaderboard
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2011 Flight Winners and Defending Champions

Hyland Golf Club

CHAMPIONSHIP (6,782 yards)

Dan Holland, High Point 73

A FLIGHT (6,256 yards)

Eli Villanueva, Fayetteville 69

B FLIGHT (6,256 yards)

Brian Anderson, Willow Springs 74

C FLIGHT (6,256 yards)

Mike Hawkins, Pittsboro 81

D FLIGHT (6,256 yards)

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 92


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GOLFWEEK ANDERSON CREEK "MAJOR" PROVES TOUGH TEST

Spring Lake, NC

August 25, 2012

A Major Championship event is supposed to present a tough test of golf to the players participating and that is just what Anderson Creek Golf Club provided today for the contestants in the Golfweek Amateur Tour's final Major of the 2012 season.

With the possible exception of the D Flight, winning scores across the board were higher than recent Tour standards.

Fittingly, the largest margin of victory occurred in the D Flight where Knightdale's Doug Harvey shot a 92 for a comfortable 7 stroke cushion over 2 golfers: Fayetteville's Isaac Kinnard and Greensboro's Keith Thomas. For Harvey, who normally plays on the Senior Amateur Tour, it was his 1st Golfweek Tour win.

At the other end of the spectrum in the Championship Flight, things couldn't have been closer as the top 3 spots were separated by a single stroke each. All 3 players are former Tour winners with High Point's Dan Holland taking the top spot with a 77, Neal Faulkner of Gibsonville 2nd with a 78, and Kernersville's Park Williams 3rd at 79.

In A Flight action, Greensboro's Coray Mitchell nipped Bill Berry of Garner by a single stroke - 78 to 79. In fairness it should be noted that the A Flight played from tees about 400 yards shorter than the Championship boys.

Raleigh's Paul Harmon also enjoyed a 1 stroke margin of victory in taking the B Flight with an 82. Winston-Salem's Nick Slager continued his fine play of late in grabbing 2nd place.

It took Phillip Maynor, a member at Anderson Creek two holes of extra play to ease past fellow Fayetteville resident Joe Cho in a playoff for the C Flight crown. Both registered 88s on their original 18 holes of play. Cho missed a golden opportunity to end the playoff on the 1st extra hole, but caused an errant shot around the green, which enabled Maynor to get a second chance which he used to his advantage.

At the end of the event the raffle drawing for two original framed, matted, and signed photographs of the 13th hole at Augusta National was held after two weeks of collecting money for The Folds Of Honor Foundation - a charity that provides subsistence and scholarships to the families of US servicemen killed in action. The winners were Larry Plesser of Fayetteville and Mike Brown of Pittsboro. $1,200.00 was raised by donations from both The Senior Amateur Tour and The Golfweek Amateur Tour.

The Tour will be taking the next 2 weeks off and return with an event at Hyland Resort on September 15. There are openings for that event.

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

ANDERSON CREEK (MAJOR) EVENT

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

CHAMPIONSHIP (6897 yds)

Dan Holland, High Point 77

Neal Faulkner, Gibsonville 78

Park Williams, Kernersville 79

Henry Lister, Chapel Hill 80

Chris Harp, Pinehurst 80

A FLIGHT (6463 yds)

Coray Mitchell, Greensboro 78

Bill Berry, Garner 79

Bobby Elder, Randleman 80

Mark Cobb, Hope Mills 80

Daren Green, Durham 81

B FLIGHT (6463 yds)

Paul Harmon, Raleigh 82

Nick Slager, Winston-Salem 83

Ryan Quick, Raleigh 83

Jimmy Adams, Greenville 84

Larry Hubbard, High Point 85

Steve Marinelli, Cary 85

C FLIGHT (6463 yds)

Phillip Maynor, Fayetteville 88

Joe Cho, Fayetteville 88

Bill Wilkinson, Rolesville 89

Eric Friar, Whispering Pines 89

Greg Carlton, Cary 90

D FLIGHT (6463 yds)

Doug Harvey, Knightdale 92

Isaac Kinnard, Fayetteville 99

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 99

Greg Dotson, Raven, VA 104

Ricky Tate, Fayetteville 105

John Dorris, Raleigh 105

GOLFWEEK CURRENT NEWS

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ONLY TWO WAYS TO GET TO THE GOLFWEEK NATIONAL TOURNAMENT AT HILTON HEAD

Where Are You In The

Year-End Point Standings Race?

There are only two ways to get to the year ending National Tournament - win one of the four majors (none remains-you are on your own) or be one of the Top 10 point earners in your flight.

We have reached the end of the season and some of the point races of who will be #1 in the Flights and places 7 - 14 are very tight. As little as 25 points separate some of those fighting for the Top 10.

Do you know how many tournaments you will need to play and what place you will need to finish in each tournament to ensure you have your automatic invitation? Don't be left out.

To see where you stand today* click below:

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* Points from this week's tournament may not have posted.

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 #160

Brothers Joey and Johnny Grimm are partners in a foursome stroke play competition. They have decided that Joey will tee off on the odd holes. On the fifth hole, Joey has hit their tee ball into the lateral hazard that runs down the left side of the hole.

The partners correctly determine the spot where their tee ball last crossed the margin of the hazard and decide to drop a ball under R26-1c within two club-lengths of that spot, no closer to the hole. Johnny drops a substituted ball within the prescribed area but it starts rolling down the slope towards the hazard. Joey stops the ball with his foot before it can reach the hazard margin, picks it up and tosses it back to Johnny to re-drop. This time the ball moves only about a foot before it comes to rest. Johnny hits this ball onto the green and Joey made the putt.

What did the brothers score on the 5th hole?

a. They did everything correctly and scored a 4.

b. Joey should not have stopped the dropped ball short of the hazard and as a result they are penalized two strokes instead of one. They made 5.

c. Joey should not have stopped the dropped ball short of the hazard and as a result they get an additional 2-stroke penalty under Rule 1-2. They made 6.

d. The brothers had a total of five penalty strokes and scored an 8 on the hole. They may face a possible DQ.

Answer:

The correct answer is “d”. This indeed is a grim situation.

They hit the ball three times and had five penalty strokes (R26-1, R1-2 and Rule 20-7.

The penalty for R26-1 is obvious because they took relief for a ball in a lateral water hazard.

This is foursomes stroke play where the players alternate shots from tee to hole-out. Since it is Johnny’s turn to play next, he must be the one to drop a ball for taking relief under R26-1 which he did correctly. But his brother must not stop the ball before it comes to rest unless it either has crossed the margin of the hazard or has rolled more than two club-lengths and in either case has no reasonable chance of reversing direction ( see Decision 20-c/4). The penalty for prematurely stopping the ball breaches Rule 1-2; a two stroke penalty. In this case the ball must then be placed and played from where it was stopped by Joey’s foot (see Note 2 below the penalty statement for R1-2).

When they failed to replace the ball where it had been stopped by Joey’s foot and instead played their next stroke from a position a few feet away, they breached Rule 20-7, Wrong Place, a second 2-stroke penalty.

Depending on the exact circumstances, the Committee could rule this a serious breach and DQ the brothers Grimm.

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

Anderson Creek

August 25, 2012

Tees by Flight:

Champ: Black Tees; Rating- 74.1; Slope- 139; Yards - 6897 A,B,C, D: Blue Tees; Rating- 72.4; Slope-136; Yardage - 6463
PosNameFlightScore
1Holland, DanCH77
2Faulkner, NealCH78
3Williams, ParkCH79
4Harp, ChrisCH80
4Lister, HenryCH80
6Clarke, RobCH82
7Pardue, SeanCH83
PosNameFlightScore
1Mitchell, CorayA78
2Berry, BillA79
3Cobb, MarkA80
3Elder, BobbyA80
5Green, DarenA81
6Yergeau, JayA82
6Groenewald, MikeA82
8Newsome, TerryA83
9Clark, ChrisA84
9McMinis, RichardA84
9Ton, CuongA84
12Cook, SpurlingA85
12Goulding, JimA85
14Hair, RyanA88
15Almodovar, CiscoA90
16Lambert, BrannonA93
17Mastrucci, VicA94
17Gomez, RobinA94
PosNameFlightScore
1Harmon, PaulB82
2Slager, NickB83
3Adams, JimmyB84
4Marinelli, SteveB85
4Hubbard, LarryB85
6Magyar, JoeB87
6Dockery, JamesB87
8Williams, ScottB88
9Kubla, TomB89
9Rilling, RusB89
11Tetlak, EdB92
11McLean, JimB92
13Flowers, BurtB93
13Sheahan, BobB93
13Padgett, RussB93
16Bennett, JasonB94
17Simon, BrettB95
18Germain, MikeB97
19Frazier, JackB104
19Terry, JohnB104
PosNameFlightScore
1Cho, JoeC88
2Friar, EricC89
2Wilkinson, BillC89
4Carlton, GregC90
5Lingo, JamesC92
5Bell, StevenC92
5Davis, ShirralC92
8Lech, HenryC93
9Upchurch, DarienC94
10Johnson, CraigC97
11Sears, JohnnyC98
11Dauscher, GregC98
13King, MikeC99
14Ingle, JesseC100
15Wilkes, LandonC101
16Simpson, CarlosC104
PosNameFlightScore
1Harvey, DougD92
2Thomas, KeithD99
2Kinnard, IssacD99
4Dotson, GregD104
5Tate, RickyD105
5Dorris, JohnD105
7Schindo, GlennD106
8Wamsher, MarkD108
9Green, GregD112
10Marion, LouisD115

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