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B FLIGHT BREAKTHROUGH ON GOLFWEEK TOUR

"Where Amateurs Play Like Pros"

2013 GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

e-newsletter Summary

April 21, 2013

  • Sign-up For Carolina Trace (Creek)- April 27, 2013
  • Bentwinds - Winners and Full Leaderboard
  • Improve Your Golf Swing and Your Golf Mental Toughness
  • Where Are You InThe 2013 Point Standings Race?
  • Tiger Woods - Why the Ruling at the Masters Was Correct
  • Golf Rules Q&A - Ball Moves When Being Marked With A Putter - What Would You Do?
  • Tour Weather Guidelines - Review and Reminder

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2013 GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR
APRIL 27, 2013
CAROLINA TRACE COUNTRY CLUB
(CREEK)


Carolina Trace Country Club
(Creek Course)

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 community is the Creek Course, which opened for play in 1979. The Creek Course features dramatic elevation changes, rolling terrain, and a “Creek” interspersed among the 18 holes. The narrow fairways are Bermuda grass with the greens featuring Crenshaw Bent grass.


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

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Event Info:

Carolina Trace (Creek Course)

Saturday, April 27, 2013

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

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2012 Flight Winners and Defending Champions

Carolina Trace Country Club

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B FLIGHT BREAKTHROUGH ON GOLFWEEK TOUR

Fuquay-Varina, NC

April 20, 2013

It's a pretty simple formula: cut 13 strokes off your Tour scoring average and you're probably going to find yourself high on the leaderboard in Golfweek Tour play.

That's exactly what Cary's Steve Marinelli did today at Bentwinds Country Club to secure his 1st win "on-Tour". His 77 was the only sub-80 score in the flight and gave him a 3 stroke cushion over runner-up James Adams of Greenville. "The putts went in today" said Marinelli, who was competing in his 6th event of the young season.

(Flight Winners L to R) Championship - Rob Clarke;

A Flight - Matt Daugherty; B Flight - Steve Marinelli

Five players managed to break 80 in the A Flight, led by Matt Daugherty of Jackson Springs with a 74. Anthony Powell of Colfax came in second with his best effort of the year - a 76.

That score equaled the Championship Flight winning number turned in by Raleigh's Rob Clarke. The higher Championship Flight score was due to the fact that the Champ guys were playing from the Black (back) Tees, while the rest of the field were going from the Blue tees. "They were playing a different course than the rest of the field", noted Tour Director Bruce Hallenbeck. Winston-Salem's Zach Arms came in second, one stroke behind Clarke.

It took a playoff to determine the C Flight victor as Tour veteran Bill Wilkerson of Rolesville took on 1st year player AJ Haardt of Greensboro in a sudden death "shoot-out" after both finished with 87s in regulation play.

C Flight Winner - AJ Haardt;

D Flight Winner - Kurt Bryant (Photo Unavailable)

The rookie made short work of the playoff with a par on the first extra hole. It was Haardt's first win on Tour. Accepting his trophy for the win Haardt stated "This is what I've been waiting for".

Kury Bryant of Fayetteville ran off with his 2nd win in-a-row in the D Flight with an 88. Greg Green of Apex was 2nd with a 102.

THE GOLFWEEK AMATEUR GOLF TOUR

BENTWINDS COUNTRY CLUB EVENT

TOP FIVE SCORES BY FLIGHT

CHAMPIONSHIP (6680 yds)

Rob Clarke, Raleigh 76

Zach Arms, Winston-Salem 77

Gene Queen, Advance 78

Gerry Farmer, Greensboro 79

Jason Ray, Wake Forest 79

A FLIGHT (6345 yds)

Matt Daugherty, Jackson Springs 74

Anthony Powell, Colfax 76

William Green, Pinehurst 77

Joey Todd, Myrtle Beach 78

Mike Mullins, Raleigh 79

B FLIGHT (6345 yds)

Steve Marinelli, Cary 77

Jimmy Adams, Greenville 80

Greg Walker, Raleigh 81

Eddie Warren, Kernersville 83

Nick Slager, Winston-Salem 83

Scotty Lewis, Greensboro 83

C FLIGHT (6345 yds)

AJ Haardt, Greensboro 87

Bill Wilkerson, Rolesville 87

Will Staten, Fayetteville 89

Barry Fleming, Chapel Hill 90

Johnny Sears, Fayetteville 92

D FLIGHT (6345 yds)

Kurt Bryant, Fayetteville 88

Greg Green, Apex 102

Greg Dauscher, Zebulon 105

John Dorris, Raleigh 105

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Where Will You Be In The

2013 Year-End Point Standings Race?

Here Are the 2013 Point Standings By Tour

Raleigh/Pinehurst Tour

Triad Tour Point Standings

There are only two ways to get to the year ending National Tournament - win one of the four majors or be one of the Top 10 point earners in your flight.

As you plot your tour schedule be cognizant of the fact, only the top 10 are guarenteed access. Usually, most flight races are tight and depends on how well you play and of course how many tour dates you participate in during 2013.

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* during the 2013 Tour, click your Tour city below:

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Tiger Woods - Why the Ruling Was Correct

As much confusion still seems to surround the recent ruling at The Masters involving Tiger Woods, John Morrissett, former Director, Rules of Golf for the USGA, offers the following in hopes of clarifying what, once the key facts are determined, is a much simpler ruling than was initially thought by announcers from ESPN and The Golf Channel

First, the facts: On the 15th hole in the second round, Tiger's third shot struck the flagstick and came back into the water hazard (yellow stakes and lines) fronting the green. He elected to use the stroke-and-distance option under the water hazard Rule (Rule 26-1a). That option required him to drop a ball as near as possible to where he just played from, but Tiger dropped a ball approximately 2 1/2 feet away, a distance that does not meet the "as near as possible" requirement. He then played the ball onto the green and holed the putt, believing he had scored 6 for the hole.

A former Rules official, watching the telecast at home, called to report a possible breach. While Tiger was still playing (and that is the most important point of the entire incident), the Committee reviewed the video and, believing the results to be inconclusive, ruled there was no breach. The Committee did not tell Tiger of its ruling, and Tiger went on to return his score card for the second round, with a score of 6 for the 15th hole.

Following Tiger's post-round comments to the media that he had dropped "two yards" from the spot of the previous stroke, the Committee wondered if it had made the correct decision. It consulted with Tiger Saturday morning and retroactively penalized him two strokes on the 15th hole (for playing from a wrong place - Rules 26-1a and 20-7c) but did not disqualify him for returning a score for that hole that was lower than he actually made (Rule 6-6d).

While this seems like a complicated set of facts, the ruling becomes straightforward when it is boiled down to its basic elements: On Friday the Committee made an incorrect ruling (of no penalty), and on Saturday the Committee corrected that incorrect ruling. The key is that, before Tiger returned his score card on Friday, the Committee had reviewed the incident on 15 and made the ruling of no breach. (Even though the Committee did not tell Tiger of this ruling, it was still a ruling.) On reflection, the Committee realized it made an incorrect ruling and corrected that ruling on Saturday (with ample authority and precedent to do so).

If the Committee had not become aware of the incident and had not made a ruling before Tiger returned his score card on Friday, then it would have been a straightforward disqualification. It is interesting to note, therefore, that the timely telephone call actually prevented Tiger from being disqualified.

It should be emphasized that Rule 33-7 has been part of the Rules of Golf for decades (at least 50 years). This Rule was invoked to waive the penalty of disqualification for the score card error because the score card error was a result of the Committee's incorrect ruling during the second round. In other words, if the Committee had ruled correctly on Friday and had informed Tiger of the two-stroke penalty for playing from a wrong place before Tiger returned his score card, Tiger would have returned the correct score for that hole. Decision 34-3/1 provides authority for the Committee to correct its ruling by adjusting the previous round's score.

Contrary to what some reported, Decision 33-7/4.5, which was significantly revised two years ago, played no role whatsoever in the Saturday ruling at Augusta National. That Decision shows sympathy for the player who breaches a Rule because he did not know, and could not have reasonably known, the facts that led to his breach. In Tiger's case, he could have and should have easily known the facts of the case (i.e., that he dropped 2 1/2 feet away from where he was required to drop), so the principle of this Decision does not apply.

Consider the ramifications if the Committee had disqualified Tiger on Saturday. In that case, Tiger would have been justified in being furious at the Committee for failing to advise him of the issue before he returned his score card so that he could have avoided disqualification. Tiger made an error and was penalized two strokes; the Committee's incorrect ruling should not have resulted in further penalty.

I don’t think we will ever really know the answer to why the Committee dismissed the issue in the first place. That was clearly a mistake. Did the player’s celebrity influence their decision? If the initial call came in while Tiger was finishing on 15, why did it take them till he was on the 18th to review the video footage?

Some people have found fault that Tiger did not DQ himself. While that might have been a good PR move, it would not serve the game. The best thing for all parties and for the good of the game was to let the Committee make it’s ruling and everybody live with the result. End of story.

Doc

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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 #194

Sue has hit the green of a par four with her second stroke. Her first putt goes about three feet by the hole. Since this is stroke play, she announces that she will finish putting out. She intends to use the toe of her putter to mark her ball while she aligns her sharpie line in the direction of her putt. Unfortunately, when she places the toe of her putter on the putting green, she accidentally touches and moves her ball about a foot laterally. Sue uses her hand to retrieve the ball and places it back on its original spot next to the toe of her putter. She makes her next stroke.

What score did Sue make on this hole:

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7


Answer:

A.

A ball in play that is to be lifted and replaced (or touched without lifting) under a Rule must first be marked. The position of a ball to be marked should have a ball marker, small coin or similar object placed immediately behind the ball. (R20-1). The use of the word “should” in the wording of R20-1 indicates the preferred method of marking. However, Decision 20-1/16 expands upon this recommended best practice technique to include other methods that, while they are not recommended, are permissible:

  • placing the toe of a club at the side of, or behind the ball
  • using a tee
  • using a loose impediment
  • scratching a line, provided the putting green is not tested and a line for putting indicated. As this practice may cause damage, it is discouraged.

Sue’s use of her club to temporarily mark her ball is permitted. As such, when she places her mark (the toe of her putter) next to her ball and she accidentally moved her ball in the process, she is exempt from penalty:

If a ball or ball-marker is accidentally moved in the process of lifting the ball under a Rule or marking its position, the ball or ball-marker must be replaced. There is no penalty, provided the movement of the ball or ball-marker is directly attributable to the specific act of marking the position of or lifting the ball. (R20-1)

As Sue properly replaced her ball on the correct spot and made her second putt, she made 4.

This lesson’s message: using a club to mark is permitted, though not recommended. BUT, what ever method you employ in this circumstance, remember you must mark before touching your ball. If you simply spin your ball in position without marking you are assessed a 1-stroke penalty for touching your ball in play (R18-2).

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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.

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GolfWeek Amateur Tour Full Leaderboard

Bentwinds

April 20, 2013

Tees by Flight:

Champ: Black Tees; Rating - 72.3 Slope- 136; Yardage - 6680 A,B,C,D: BlueTees; Rating - 71.0; Slope - 126 Yardage - 6345
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Clarke, Rob CH 76
2 Arms, Zach CH 77
3 Queen, Gene CH 78
4 Ray, Jason CH 79
4 Farmer, Gerry CH 79
6 Lister, Henry CH 80
7 Macejko, Mark CH 81
7 Holland, Dan CH 81
9 Hockensmith, Ron CH 82
10 Pomeroy, Brad CH 84
10 Scrimshire, Ethan CH 84
12 Beasley, Jeff CH 87
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Daugherty, Matt A 74
2 Powell, Anthony A 76
3 Green, William A 77
4 Todd, Joey A 78
5 Mullins, Mike A 79
6 Yergeau, Jay A 80
6 Elliott, Brad A 80
8 Hair, Ryan A 81
9 Pettis, Matt A 82
10 Ton, Cuong A 83
10 Gregory, Chris A 83
10 Gomez, Robin A 83
10 Campbell, Jay A 83
14 Green, Daren A 84
15 Neverve, Robin A 86
15 Cook, Spurling A 86
17 Stonestreet, Ben A 87
17 Ealey, Lanny A 87
17 Ellerman, Matt A 87
20 D'Ostroph, Tom A 94
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Marinelli, Steve B 77
2 Adams, Jimmy B 80
3 Walker, Greg B 81
4 Slager, Nick B 83
4 Warren, Eddie B 83
4 Lewis, Scotty B 83
7 Sheahan, Bob B 85
7 Kubla, Tom B 85
7 Flowers, Burt B 85
10 Schmanke, David B 87
11 Harwood, Ralph B 92
11 Frazier, Jack B 92
11 McLean, Jim B 92
11 McMinis, Richard B 92
15 Smith, Jason B 94
16 Padgett, Russ B 95
17 Vasseur, Tom B 99
18 Clark, Don B 100
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Haardt, AJ C 87
1 Wilkinson, Bill C 87
3 Staten, Will C 89
4 Fleming, Barry C 90
5 Sears, Johnny C 92
6 Eatmon, James C 93
7 Wilkes, Landon C 94
8 Wamsher, Mark C 96
9 Lingo, James C 97
Pos Name Flight Score
1 Bryant, Kurt D 88
2 Green, Greg D 102
3 Dauscher, Greg D 105
3 Dorris, John D 105

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2013 Amateur Golf Tour Schedule

Raleigh/Pinehurst and Triad Tours

DATE WEBSITE COURSE/LOCATION FEE/PHONE#
2/2/2013 Website Preseason event no Points! The Legacy Golf Links 800-314-7560
11:00 AM Shotgun Aberdeen, NC $70.00
2/16/2013 Website Preseason event no Points! @ Longleaf 910-692-6100
10:00 AM Shotgun Pinehurst, NC $70.00
3/2/2013 Website The Challenge 877-548-5070
9:00 AM Shotgun Graham, NC $75.00
3/9/2013 Website Bryan Park (Players) 336-375-2200
9:00 AM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $75.00
3/16/2013 Website Foxfire (West) 910-295-5555
9:00 AM Shotgun Fox Fire Village, NC $70.00
3/23/2013 Website Devils Ridge CC 919-557-6100
1:30 PM Shotgun Holly Springs, NC $75.00
4/6/2013 Make Up Date
1:00 PM Shotgun $0.00
4/13/2013 Website Sapona CC 336-956-6245
1:00 PM Shotgun Lexington, NC $75.00
4/20/2013 Website Bentwinds CC 919-552-5656
1:30 PM Shotgun Fuquay Varina, NC $75.00
4/27/2013 Website Carolina Trace (Creek) 919-499-5611
1:00 PM Shotgun Sanford, NC $70.00
5/4/2013 Website Forest Oaks CC 336-674-0126
1:30 PM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $75.00
5/11/2013 Website Meadowlands 336-769-1011
1:30 PM Shotgun Winston-Salem, NC $75.00
5/18/2013 Website Mill Creek GC 919-563-4653
1:30 PM Shotgun Mebane, NC $75.00
6/1/2013 Website Bermuda Run (West) 336-998-8075
1:00 PM Shotgun Bermuda Run, NC $75.00
6/8/2013 Website Little River GC 910-949-4600
9:00 AM Shotgun Carthage, NC $75.00
6/15/2013 Website Bryan Park (Champ) 336-375-2200
9:00 AM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $75.00
6/22/2013 Website The National GC 800-471-4339
1:30 PM Shotgun Village of Pinehurst, NC $80.00
6/29/2013 Website Pinewood CC 336-629-4444
1:30 PM Shotgun Asheboro, NC $75.00
7/13/2013 TBD
1:00 PM Shotgun $0.00
7/20/2013 Website Seven Lakes CC 910-673-1092
9:00 AM Shotgun Seven Lakes , NC $75.00
7/27/2013 TBD
1:00 PM Shotgun $0.00
8/3/2013 Website Southern Pines (Elks Club) 910-692-6551
9:00 AM Shotgun Southern Pines, NC $75.00
8/10/2013 Website Grandover Resort (West) 336-294-1800
1:30 PM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $80.00
8/17/2013 Website Carolina Trace (Lake) 919-499-5611
1:00 PM Shotgun Sanford, NC $70.00
8/24/2013 Website Anderson Creek 910-814-2115
9:00 AM Shotgun Spring Lake, NC $75.00
9/7/2013 Website Salem Glen CC 336-712-1010
9:00 AM Shotgun Clemmons, NC $75.00
9/14/2013 Website Hyland GC 910-692-3752
9:00 AM Shotgun Southern Pines, NC $75.00
9/21/2013 Website Chapel Ridge 866-301-4811
1:30 PM Straight Tee Pittsboro, NC $75.00
9/28/2013 Website Bryan Park (Players) 336-375-2200
9:00 AM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $0.00
9/29/2013 Website Bryan Park (Champ) 336-375-2200
9:00 AM Shotgun Greensboro, NC $140.00

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2012 Golfweek Amateur Tour starts 1/28 at The Legacy Golf Links!
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GOLFWEEK TOUR 2-DAY LOCAL FINALS HAS PLAYOFFS, COMEBACKS AND CHAMPIONS
GOLFWEEK TOUR PLAYERS UNDAUNTED BY WEATHER WOES
Golfweek Amateur Tour National Championship tournament in Hilton Head, SC Oct. 21st-23rd!
GOLFWEEK TOUR HAS 2 FIRST-TIME WINNERS & 1 SEVEN-TIME WINNER
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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