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Battle By The Lake Champions, Martin, King, Middleton, Lyles and Asbel

Battle By The Lake

The Charleston Tour ventured up I95 for their annual Battle By The Lake at Lake Marion Golf Course.

The battle by the Lake proved to be just that, with some spectacular golf and some clutch play on display all day.  Chris Asbel continued his tremendous hot streak and fired a 3 under par round of 69 to cruise in past Mike Cobb who fired a nice round of even par.  The two played some awesome golf as they had 9 birdies between the two of them.  B.J. Hill rounded out the top three with a 1 over par 73. 

The A flight saw Kevin Lyles return to the winner circle with a very nice round of 3 over par 75 to hold off a hard charging Steve Walters by a single shot.  Dan Wanner coming off his victory at Legend Oaks rounded out the top three by virtue of a score card playoff over Sean Kenneck as both golfers posted solid 79’s, but Dan’s 35 on the back side was the determining factor.

The B flight saw one of our visitors, Lamont Middleton(85) from Columbia take top honors by a single shot over John Saager and Mike Menna who both fired rounds of 85 with Mike taking the scorecard playoff.

The C flight had four golfers finish with nice rounds of 85.  Jack King, James Ravenel, Chuck Lane and Chris Huge all went to hole one for an on-the-course playoff.  The first hole saw Chuck and Chris eliminated and James and Jack moved on to hole two.  It was a nice par on the second hole that propelled Jack to his first victory in the C flight, congratulations Jack.  On the scorecard playoff it was Chuck edging out Chris for third place money.

The d flight saw Tyler Martin proceed to the winners circle for the first time ever!  Tyler fired a nice round of 87 to out distance the field by four shots.  Charlie Cook continued his strong play by finishing second with a round 91 to slip past Johnny Cooper by a shot.  Our next event is next Sat at Stono Ferry, it is sold out but there is a wait list if you would like to get on the wait list, let me know.


Sean Kenneck A Flight Champion    

Spring Social is a little wintery!

The Charleston Tour held their annual Spring Social at Crowfield Plantation on March 7th.  The weather was a little more wintery than springish….at least at the start….

The Spring Social was played on March 7th at Crowfiled Plantation and the weather was cool, the golf hot and cold and the food was outstanding.  The Champ Flight saw Bill Jenner continue his dominance when he shows up as he cruised to an easy victory in the Champ Flight with a smooth 2 over par on 17 holes……The 18thhole was the one that made it a close call!

Playing in Bills group Sean Kenneck and Randy Tame battled it out all day with Glenn Powell and Eric Maland as the four of them were tied late in the round.  Glenn Randy and Sean all went to the 18th tee box at 9 over par.  All three had great drives on the tough finishing hole.  With no chance to go for the green in two they all laid up to 100-yard marker.  Randy and Sean had almost Identical putts for Birdie and the win.  Unfortunately for Randy he had o putt first and just came up a hair short on the difficult read; Sean was next up and rolled his putt in for a Birdie and a Win!

The B flight saw Crowfield Member Jack Sharp use his local knowledge and Smooth stroke to out distance the field for a 4 shot victory over a threesome of golfers; Brad Fore, Jeff Rosier and Justin Gainey all fired rounds of 84 to tie for second.  Using the back nine as a score card playoff it was Brad (39) taking second and Jeff (43) edging Justin (46( for third place.

The C flight saw a continuing theme as Chris Huge win for the second time in the past three tournaments at Crowfiled. Chris posted a solid round of 88 to finish two shots up on Michael Becker and Jack King who both fired 90 with Michael taking the score card playoff for second place. 

The D flight saw Bill Northrop continue his solid play.  After finishing second at Seabrook the week before, Bill jumped up to the winners circle with an even 100 to barley edge out Wayne Gainey by a shot (101) and Johnnie Cooper by two (102).

The social after the event saw Tour Director Irma cooking for the entire field…word is getting out about this event……be sure to sign up early for the September finals as Irma will have her cooking prowess on display once again. 




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