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September 18, 2012

 

  • Sign-up for Local Finals at Bryan Park - September 22-23
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2012 GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR
BRYAN PARK
2 DAY LOCAL FINAL 
SATURDAY - SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22-23

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Bryan Park - Champions Course
 

 

 

Bryan Park - Players Course

 

 

 

There’s not much to say about this venue – they are great courses to play and you will play each this weekend.

 

The Champions Course opened in 1990 by the legendary Rees Jones. Therefore be warned, it can become a real skill challenge! It is a big time course that is always lookedatand most times selected for competitive rounds to separate the real golfer from the pretenders.

 

Play this course Saturday and you will be able to match your card against many of the collegiate and future PGA stars as well as The US Amateurs.

 

This is an 18 hole championship layout featuring 97 sand traps, numerous grass bunkers, hollows and seven holes bordering Lake Townsend.

 
  • Runner up best new public course in the country Golf Digest 1990.
  • One of the best New Public Courses in The Country - Top 10 You Can Play - Golf 1991.
  • Four star rating and honored with the distinction of a GREAT VALUE - Golf Digest's Places to Play 1994-95, 1996-97
  • Noted as one of the few public courses worthy to host the U.S. Open - Golf World 1992
  • One of the top 12 golf courses in North Carolina - Tee Time Golf 1995
  • "Best In State" Rankings - Golf Digest 1995-96, 1997-98
  • Listed in "America's 500 Best Places You Can Play" - Golf Digest 1996.
  • (A ranking of the 10 best public and resort courses in all 50 states, the Champions ranked third in North Carolina.)
  • Listed in "America's Best Golf Courses Everyone Can Play" as the #12 best affordable golf course in the country - Golf Digest 1996.

The Players Course opened in 1974. Originally designed by George Cobb, the course was later modified by Rees Jones.

 

Do not be lulled asleep by Bryan Park Players Course. Be warned, the Players Course will get you if you fail to execute any shot correctly.

 

Course Notes

  • 18 hole championship layout featuring 79 bunkers and eight ponds/lakes.
  • Bryan Park was voted Best Golf Course in the Reader's Choice -- Tops In The Triad contest by the Greensboro News and Record
  • Listed in the Middle Atlantic's 100 Best Places To Place -- Washington Golf Monthly 1997, 1998
  • Listed in 1998-99 Places To Play, three and a half rating -- Golf Digest 1998, 1999, 2000

 

The quick review: Bent grass Greens and Bermuda Fairways and other accolades too many to mention - as an example the site of the 2010 US Amateur Publinks Tournament.

 

This is an 18 hole championship layout featuring 97 sand traps, numerous grass bunkers, hollows and seven holes bordering Lake Townsend.

 

Expect your peers to have already signed-up. You know the drill - to sign-up call Bruce Hallenbeck at 336-495-6556 or email him at behgolf@aol.com


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

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Event Info:

 

Saturday, September 22 - 23, 2012

 

Bryan Park (Players and Champions Courses)

 

Fee is $140.00

9:00 AM Shotgun Each Day

 

Physical Address:
6275 Bryan Park Road

Greensboro, NC 27214

 

Directions to Bryan Park

 

 

 

 

2011 Flight Winners and Defending Champions

and Top 5

 

Bryan Park

 

CHAMPIONSHIP

Park Williams, Kernersville 75-73 148

Sean Pardue, Greensboro 73-77 150

Dan Holland, High Point 74-78 152
Mike Tyner, Greensboro 79-76 155

Kevin Goedeck, Greensboro 76-79 155

 

A FLIGHT

Tim Knight, Columbia, SC 74-74 148

Mike Meadows, Advance 71-77 148

Dan Anthony, Thomasville 74-76 150

James Earles, Greensboro 76-78 154

Billy Lankford, Kernersville 76-79 155

Coray Mitchell, Greensboro 78-77 155

 

B FLIGHT

Joe Magyar, Burlington 75-82 157

Daren Green, Durham 79-81 160

Johnny Brooks, Youngsville 81-80 161

Bob Sheahan, Apex 86-81 167

Nelson Peterson, Greensboro 81-86 167

 

C FLIGHT

Don Pollock, Union Hall, VA 77-88 165

Ben Martin, Pinehurst 79-86 165

Bill Wilkerson, Rolesville 83-83 166

Randy Starr, Rocky Mount 79-90 169

Allen Pegram, Reidsville 90-84 174

 

D FLIGHT

Ken White, Greensboro 91-86 177

David Flanagan, Clemmons 89-98 187

Dwight Williams, Columbia, SC 92-98 190

Craig Johnson, Summerfield 88-107 195

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 97-99 196


 

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STRICKLAND GOES LOW FOR GOLFWEEK TOUR WIN

 

Southern Pines, NC

September 15, 2012

 

Bennett's Mark Strickland started quickly today at the Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour event held at Hyland Golf Club, posting 3 birdies on the front side to help him post an overall 2-under par score of 70 in the Championship Flight competition. Crews Miller of Raleigh finished 2 strokes back, a model of consistency with even par scores on both the front and back nines. Miller's score was even more impressive when you consider his group finished the entire 18 holes in a Tour record 3 hours and 15 minutes!

 

 


Champion Flight Winner:  Mark Strickland

 

You had to go low in every flight today to grab the top spot, which is what Chuck Poole of Wake Forest did for his A Flight win. Poole's 73 edged Greensboro's Coray Mitchell by 2 strokes. Poole, a charter member of the Tour when it was still called The Carolina Blonde Tour fourteen years ago, was playing in his first return event in 10 years.

 

While Raleigh's Paul Harmon played from tees about 400 yards shorter than the Championship and A Flights, the B Flight "top-dog" still impressed with his solid 78. He was the only flight member to break 80, although 4 players did hit that number "on-the-nose".

 

The top two spots in the C Flight went to Fayetteville residents Joe Cho and Henry Lech. By far his best score on tour this season, Cho's 81 edged Lech by a single stroke.

 

C Flight Winner: Joe Cho

 

Garrett Domingue grabbed his first Tour win ever with a 93 that put him 3 shots clear of Candor's Chuck Hutchings in the D Flight. "It always feels good to hand a guy his first winner's trophy", stated Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck.

 

D Flight Winner - Garrett Domingue

 

Next week the Golfweek Tour will be playing at Bryan Park in Greensboro for the 2-day Local Finals, a chance for players "on the bubble" in the season long points race to qualify for the National Finals at Hilton Head in October. The Local event is open to any Tour member and there are still open spots available.

 

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

HYLAND GOLF CLUB EVENT

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (6620 yds)

Mark Strickland, Bennett 70

Crews Miller, Raleigh 72

Henry Lister, Chapel Hill 74

Geroge Shadwick, Jackson Springs 75

Neal Faulkner, Gibsonville 75

 

A FLIGHT (6620 yds)

Chuck Poole, Wake Forest 73

Coray Mitchell, Greensboro 75

Bill Berry, Garner 77

David Randall, Pinehurst 77

Mike Groenewald, Morrisville 79

 

B FLIGHT (6255 yds)

Paul Harmon, Raleigh 78

James Adamski, Fayetteville 80

Nick Slager, Winston-Salem 80

Jack Frazier, Clemmons 80

Jim McLean, Hillsborough 80

 

C FLIGHT (6255 yds)

Joe Cho, Fayetteville 81

Henry Lech, Fayetteville 82

MIke Hawkins, Pittsboro 84

James Eatmon, Sims 84

Darien Upchurch, Wake Forest 85

 

D FLIGHT (6255 yds)

Garrett Domingue, Fayetteville 93

Chuck Hutchings, Candor 96

Keith Thomas, Greensboro 98

Mark Wamsher, Hope Mills 98

Rick Tate, Fayetteville 98

 

 

 

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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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 #163

 

Larry has found his tee ball up under a bush where he has determined it is unplayable. Under penalty of one stroke he has opted to drop using option “c” from R28 and marks the limit of his two club-lengths from the spot of his ball for his drop.

 

Select from the following statements all correct answers:

 

1. Larry marked the limit of his two club drop with a tee, if his ball comes to rest against the tee, he should re-drop.

 

2. Larry marked the limit of his two club drop with a club, if his ball comes to rest against the club, he should re-drop..

 

3. Larry marked the limit of his two club drop with a pine cone, if his ball comes to rest against the pine cone, he may remove the pine cone. If his ball moves, there is no penalty.

 

4. Larry marked the limit of his two club drop area with a coin. His ball rolled overtop the coin and came to rest about a foot away. Provided his ball did not come to rest nearer the hole than where it originally lay and did not roll more than two club-lengths away from the point where it first struck a part of the course when dropped, it is in play and he need not re-drop.


Answer

The correct answers are 2 and 4.

 

Answer 1 is not correct. If a tee, coin or other small object is used to mark the extent of an area for dropping a ball, by exception it is temporarily not classified as equipment (see Definition: Equipment). This is important because if a dropped ball comes in contact with the equipment of any player, it must be re-dropped (R20-2a). There are no limits as to the number of times a ball must be dropped if it comes in contact with equipment.

 

Answer 2 is correct. A club is not a “small object” typically used to mark the extent of a drop. So if Larry’s ball comes in contact with his club, it must be re-dropped.

 

Answer 3 is not correct because, like the club he used in #2, a pine cone also does not change descriptive category to that of a small object; it remains a loose impediment. So now, with Larry’s ball against the pine cone, if he moves the pine cone and his ball moves as a result, he has breached R18-2a. (See R23-1)

 

Answer 4 is correct. Any time a ball is dropped it may roll up to two club-lengths away from where it first struck a part of the course on the drop. The coin at this point is not equipment, so the fact that his ball rolled overtop the coin is of no concern. Since he got to drop in an area extending 2 club-lengths from where his ball originally lay and the ball could roll another two club-lengths after being dropped, Larry’s ball could come to rest essentially 4 club-lengths away from where it originally lay without needing to be re-dropped.

 

When marking the extent of an area for dropping a ball, the idea is to follow the recommended practice as implied in the Rules and mark using a tee, coin or similar small object (divot repair tool). A ball can roll up to two club-lengths on any drop, so a tee or coin won’t have much influence on the movement of a dropped ball. A club or other large piece of equipment could have significant influence, however, and for that reason, if used for that purpose would require the player to drop again if his ball came in contact with the equipment.

 

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

Hyland Hills 

September 15, 2012

 

Tees by Flight:

Champ & A: Black Tees; Rating- 72.1; Slope- 141; Yards - 6650          B,C, D: Blue Tees; Rating- 69.5; Slope-133; Yardage - 6233  

 

Pos Name Flight Score
1 Strickland, Mark CH 70
2 Miller, Crews CH 72
3 Lister, Henry CH 74
4 Shadwick, George CH 75
4 Faulkner, Neal CH 75
6 Kuusinen, Alden CH 77
7 Taubersmith, Chuck CH 78
7 Mann, Anthony CH 78
9 Lankford, Bill CH 80
10 Harp, Chris CH 82
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Mitchell, Coray A 75
2 Berry, Bill A 77
2 Randall, David A 77
4 Groenewald, Mike A 79
5 Elder, Bobby A 81
6 Andrews, Rob A 82
7 Ton, Cuong A 83
8 Almodovar, Cisco A 85
9 Smith, Jon A 86
10 Gomez, Robin A 88
11 Hair, Ryan A 91
1 Harmon, Paul B 78
2 Frazier, Jack B 80
2 Adamski, James B 80
2 McLean, Jim B 80
2 Slager, Nick B 80
6 Walker, Greg B 81
7 Flowers, Burt B 82
8 Adams, Jimmy B 83
8 Hubbard, Larry B 83
8 Dockery, James B 83
11 Kubla, Tom B 87
11 Sheahan, Bob B 87
13 Smith, Jason B 88
14 Rilling, Rus B 89
1 Cho, Joe C 81
2 Lech, Henry C 82
3 Eatmon, James C 84
3 Hawkins, Mike C 84
5 Upchurch, Darien C 85
6 Ingle, Jesse C 86
6 Wilkinson, Bill C 86
8 Williams, Howard C 87
9 Greer, George C 88
10 Bell, Steven C 90
11 Lingo, James C 91
11 Wilkes, Landon C 91
11 Johnson, Craig C 91
14 Wesley, Robert C 93
14 Carlton, Greg C 93
16 Garner, Marty C 94
17 Dauscher, Greg C 100
1 Domingue, Garrett D 93
2 Hutchings, Chuck D 96
3 Tate, Ricky D 98
3 Thomas, Keith D 98
3 Wamsher, Mark D 98

 

 

 

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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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