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Crowfield Champions: Pond, Walters, Mast, Huge, Johnson

Crowfield Spring Social

The Charleston Tour had their annual Spring social at Crowfield plantation on Sta March 2nd.  The course was in great shape and the weather provided us with the Spring part of the Spring Social. The social part was catered by Irma’s Catering and was fantastic.  Everyone enjoyed the day; the golf was good and getting together is what this tour is all about.  Now for the golf

The Championship Flight fielded one of the strongest fields we have seen over the past two years with some very recognizable names competing.  Their play was strong and it came down to two bad holes for the second-place finisher, Chris Asbel as he posted a 77.  It was Chris Ponds day as he played steady and fired an awesome round of one over par 73 to secure the victory. 

The A Flight also witnessed some very strong play as Tony Walters and Tony Capehart battled it out all day.  The difference in their rounds was hole 18; Capehart’s birdie putt went by the edge and Walters birdie putt found the middle of the hole for a one-shot victory 77-78.  Sean Kenneck, Randy Tame and Jeff Rosier all posted solid 83’s to finish in third place with Sean taking the scorecard playoff.

The B flight seemed more a battle for second place than first as Jerry Mast fired a very nice round of 79 for a three-shot victory over Tim Sumption (82) followed by John Saager’s 84 and Billy Gamblin’s 85 to round out the filed

The C flight saw Chris Huge continue his strong play by firing a nice round of 87 for a three-shot victory over Vincent Ackerman who posted a nice round 90 to finish in second place.

The D flight saw Julie Johnson play a very nice round by posting a strong 92 in the D flight for another three-shot victory over Upstate’s Danny Sullivan who said he enjoyed the course some by the food more! 

Our next event is Kiawah’s Oak Point on Mar 16th, always a great time of the year to play any of the Kiawah’s courses. If you would like to play please sign up online or just shoot me an email. 


The Charleston Golf Week Amateur held their annual social event at Crowfield Plantation Golf Course on April 21st.  The wind was up a bit, the course was in good shape and their was some fine golf played prior to our annual shindig after party.

The Champ Flight saw new comer Jeff Sullivan show that he will be a force all year with a dominate round of 75 from the tips to secure his first victory in his first event. Actuall the race for second place was a bit tighter than that for first as Stephen Kauble continued his solid play with a nice round of 82 on this difficult day to secure second place by a shot over Matt McInnis.

The A flight saw our first playoff of the day.  Dennis Slezak and George Rasque both posted impressive rounds of 80.  The two headed out to the first tee and with a big crowd by #1 green it was Dennis who prevailed with a Par on the first playoff hole.  Rounding out the top three was Randy Tame who posted a solid round of 82.

The B flight was the next group to finish and again we had a tie for first place that needed to be settled on the course.  John Saager and Jerry Mast both posted rounds of 84.  They too took off for the first tee box.  Both players had nice chances at par but Jerry let his slip on by the high side, giving John his first victory of the year.  Sean Kenneck who came in third, one shot out of the playoff was the leard up till the last couple of holes.  All-in-all it was good playing.

The C flight saw our first back to back Champion as Glenn Eagerton followed up his nine hole victory at Orangeburg Country Club with a win at Crowfiled.  Glenn fired a steady round of 84 for a three shot victory over Michael Menna who continued his solid play.  New comer Alex Hill rounded out the top three and it appears it is only time till we see Alex taking a victory.

The D flight saw long time member Cowboy have a great event.  Cowboy posted his best score of the year with a very solid 93 for a 10-shot victory over his friend Michael Miller and Aaron Chase.  Michael won on the scorecard playoff with a back nine 52 to Aarons 54.






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