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2023 Tournament Schedule

  • Forest Oaks Golf Course June 10 @ 10:00 Straight Tee
  • June 24 TBD
  • Hyland Hills Golf Course July 1 @ 8:30 Shotgun
  • Gates Four Golf Course July 29 @ 11:00 Straight Tee
  • Anderson Creek Golf Course August 12 @ 8:30 Shotgun
  • Quail Ridge Golf Course "Jimmy Smith Memorial" (open to both Golfweek & Senior) August 19 7:30 Straight Tee
  • Colonial Golf Course August 26 @ 2:00 Shotgun
  • Mill Creek Golf Course Sept. 9 @ 8:00 Straight Tee
  • Stoney Creek Golf Course Sept. 16 @ 12:00 Straight Tee

Central North Carolina took the CUP home with a 2 day score of 1655
beating Charlotte North Carolina which scored 1764

Jayson Jennings - Champ Flight Winner 143

Brad McDougald -  A Flight Winner 155

Brian Cozart - B Flight Winner 163

Sean Kip - C Flight Winner 172

Johnathan Honeycutt - D Flight Winner 185

Quail Ridge GC
May 6th, 2023
By: Tom Kubla

The Central North Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour arrived in Sanford on Saturday May 6th to tackle The Golf Club at Quail Ridge. Great greens and fairways made for great competition. The cooler morning temps quickly turned to a warm summer day with a very light breeze that led to some good scoring. 

In the Champ flight, Eric Parziale fired a one over par round of 73 collecting his first win of the season. Kyle Moffett continues to play well as he took runner up honors shooting 75. Steven Hamby shot 81 to claim third place, while Kerney Black placed fourth carding a score of 86. Ben Holloway rounded out the top five recording a score of 89.

In the A flight, Director Chuck Smith brought his A game to the course posting a 76 for a four shot victory. The runner up score of 80 was turned in by two players, Buck Kercheval, and Brian Bunn from the Eastern NC Tour. It was a trifecta of scores for the T4 finish as Victor Rivera, Dana Parziale, and Jason Watkins all posted scores of 81.

And now the B flight. Ah the B flight. No less than four, yes four players tied for first place. Ricky Urbach from the Charlotte Tour, Mike Ivy, Steven Zannos also from the Charlotte Tour, and Shannon Holt all posted rounds of 83. So off they went to hole1 for the four way sudden victory playoff. Ricky and Shannon made par on hole 1, but Mike and Steven did not so they fell out of the playoff. After matching scores on hole 2, Ricky and Shannon moved on to hole 3 where Ricky poured in a par putt that Shannon was unable to match giving Ricky the hard fought win. Well done Ricky!  Jacob Gregory rounded out the top five with his round of 84. 

The C flight also required a playoff as two players tied with rounds of 85. Our newest member Ben Smith and veteran Bill Mock also went out to hole 1 to determine who would be taking home the crystal and first place honors. Unlike the B flight, this playoff didn’t go three holes as Ben made a par to Bill’s bogey for the win on the first hole. Good job Ben!  Joe Candleana carded 86 to finish third, while Ed McNally’s score of 88 put him into fourth place. Giovanna Jackson and Curtis Dabney posted 89 as they rounded out the top five. 

In the D flight, Charli Wicker posted a very nice round of 88 to take her first win on the Golfweek Tour by six shots. Great job Charli!  Justin Cook from the Charlotte Tour and John White shot 94 in their runner up finish. Fourth place was also a tie as Ryker Wicker and Joan Wicker shot  matching scores of 100, while Sola Edwards carded 102 taking sixth. 

After a short break, the Central North Carolina Tour returns to action at the Carolina Trace CC in Sanford on Saturday May 27th and Sunday May 28th. We’ll be playing the beautiful Lake Course on Saturday and Creek Course on Sunday. Sign up today for your spot on the roster. 

Keith Hills 2 Day Major
April 22-23, 2023
By: Tom Kubla

The Keith Hills CC at Campbell University was the host site for the Central North Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour on Saturday April 22nd and Sunday April 23rd. The Saturday morning weather was just fine, but the afternoon brought some rain and thunderstorms. Everyone finished their round eventually despite the tournament being halted three times due to lightning. Sunday was sunny and mild. 

Par was under assault as the Champ flight players took dead aim at the flags. Jayson Jennings from the Eastern North Carolina Tour came out on top but it required a sub par score. His scores of 72-71-143, one under par produced a one shot victory. Steven Hamby would have to live with a runner up finish despite a two day even par 70-74-144 total. Robert LaFear from the Charlotte Tour grabbed third place with a 71-76-147, while Justin Lang placed fourth shooting 77-75-152. Eric Parziale finished fifth carding 78-75-153. Meanwhile Lance Kastamo from the Charlotte Tour and Jeremy Tyndall finished T6 carding two day totals of 156.

In the A flight, Brad McDougald took control on Saturday and never let go of the lead. Brad’s 73-82-155 gave him a comfortable seven stroke win. Al Reams from the Eastern NC Tour grabbed the runner up position carding scores of 79-83-162. Three players ended the tournament T3 as Buck Kercheval, Dwayne Pope, and Spencer Bock from the Eastern NC Tour all posted totals of 164. Buck 84-80, Dwayne 82-82, and Spencer 81-83. Coming home in sixth place Dana Parziale carded 82-83-165. Finishing T7, Travis Wireman from the Charlotte Tour and Jamie Hollis shot the two day total score of 166.

In the B flight, Brien Cozart from the Eastern NC Tour made his trip worthwhile as he claimed the trophy and first place by posting 84-79-163. Andre Banks from the Charlotte Tour shot 83-82-165 ending the event as runner up. Shawn Cacioppo 85-84-169, and James Branham 84-85-169 closed out the two days T3. Johnny Sears fired 84-87-171 claiming fifth, as Henry Lech carded 84-89-173 to end in sixth place. Peyton Gray from the Eastern NC Tour and David Pitt posted two day totals of 175 to finish T7. 

There was a lot of back and forths from the top four players in the C flight over the two days. In the end, Sean Kip’s consistent play 86-86-172 rose to the top in the end for a single stroke victory. Justin Barefoot was runner up behind Sean as he shot rounds of 82-91-173. Another Eastern NC Tour member Jason Sherron took third place shooting 89-85-174. Trey Bridges from the Charlotte Tour grabbed fourth carding 84-91-175, while Curtis Dabney rounded out the top five with rounds of 88-90-178. Sebastian Restrepo, Case Mulherin, and Joe Candleana all finished T6 with a two day total 182.

In the C flight, Jonathan Honeycutt from the Eastern NC Tour made a huge day two comeback to pull out a single shot victory with scores of 97-88-185. Director Sola Edwards fired rounds 90-96-186 as she finished in the runner up position. Grabbing the third place slot it was Ryker Wicker with scores of 98-94-192. Greg Dotson 103-95-198 and Eric Sirois 93-105-198 ended their tournaments T4. Davy Avina 105-97-202 and John White 104-98-202 closed out the event T6.   

Next stop for the Central Carolina Tour will be played on the beautiful Quail Ridge GC in Sanford on Saturday May 6th with a 7:30am straight tee start. It’s a great course in great condition so sign up today. Don’t miss this one.

Pinewood CC
April 1, 2023
By:  Tom Kubla

Saturday April 1st was the day the Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour rolled into Asheboro to tackle the challenging Pinewood CC golf course. To add to the challenge, light rain fell until about 15 minutes before the shotgun tee time. Then the 20-25 sustained wind started with gusts to 40 plus.

In the Champ flight, Steven Hamby followed a runner up finish last event with a victory as he posted 78 to win by two shots. Dalton Berry was that runner up as he carded a score of 80. Gage Moloney grabbed the third place spot as he recorded a round of 82. Tyler McSwain racked up fourth place points with an 83. Matt McSain and Kerney Black ended their day T4 as both players shot 84.

Two players in the A flight tied at the top of the scoreboard with scores of 79 which required a playoff. Scott Ide from the Charlotte Tour and Benjamin Graham from the Eastern NC Tour must have felt like their day would never end as they tied one hole after another in their playoff. Finally on the fourth hole Scott finally put it away with a par that Ben couldn’t match. Dwayne Pope and Gerald Frye ended the day T3 as both shot 81. And rounding out the top five, Eli Villanueva and Buck Kercheval posted scores of 84. 

In the B flight, Ricky Urbach from the Charlotte Tour pulled off a one shot win by carding a round of 77. Runner up behind Ricky was Dan Johnson as he posted a nice round of 78. Shawn Cacioppo garnered third place points with his round of 85, while Allen Hagen from the Charlotte Tour placed fourth with an 88. Andy Parker rounded out the top five posting a score of 90. 

In the C flight, Barry McDonald from the Charlotte Tour fired an 88 for the victory in the wind. Benton Smith and Bill Mock were dual runner ups as both players shot scores of 91. Myke Mclaughlin posted a score of 95 to place fourth, while Tom Kubla snuck into the top five with a round of 96. 

Davy Avina pulled off a single shot win in the D flight as he posted a round of 94. Dean Sanders from the Myrtle Beach-Wilmington Tour and Director Sola Edwards ended the tournament T2 as they carded scores of 95. Justin Cook from the Charlotte Tour snared fourth place shooting 96, as Jim Dollar from the Eastern NC Tour rounded out the top five with his round of 98. 

After a brief pause in competition, the Central Carolina Golfweek Tour returns to action in Lillington/Buies Creek on Saturday April 22nd at Campbell University’s fabulous Keith Hills Golf Club for a two day double points event. Another Tour event you do not want to miss, sign up today before it’s too late.

Bayonet at Puppy Creek Tournament Results
March 18, 2023
By: Tom Kubla

On Saturday March 18th, the Golfweek Central Carolina Amateur Golf Tour took on Bayonet at Puppy Creek Golf Course in Raeford. Temps started cool but warmed up quickly as the round progressed.

It was close in the Champ flight down the stretch. But when the cards were tallied, Kyle Moffett had pulled out a one shot victory posting 75. It became a T2 finish for John Masotti from the Myrtle Beach-Wilmington Tour and Steven Hamby with scores of 76. It was also a tie for fourth place as Justin Lang and Chase Suitt carded a pair of 79’s.

In the A flight, Michael Tooley shot a one over par 73 to clinch the victory. Bret Miller was the runner up carding 75. Dwayne Pope took third place alone shooting a score of 77. Fourth place became a three way tie as Austin Locklear, Victor Rivera, and Juan Sanders all turned in scores of 79.

Andrew Britt in the B flight collected a two shot win by posting his round of 79. Henry Lech grabbed the second place position by carding an 81, while Mike Craig took third place honors posting 82. Another three way tie occurred as Steven Zannos from the Charlotte Tour, Toby Sheehan, and James Branham all submitted scores of 85. 

In the C flight, Sebastian Restrepo fired an excellent score of 84 to take the first place honors. John Carosso held on to second place by posting a score of 89. Giovanna Jackson, Myke McLaughlin, and Joe Candleana made it a third three way tie as they each carded 92.

In the D flight, Charles Krick made his drive from the Eastern Carolina Tour worthwhile by posting 87 to take the win. Jim Phillips became the runner up by turning in his score of 89. Director Sola Edwards claimed the third place slot posting her round of 90. John White snagged fourth place shooting 101, while Devin Biagianti rounded out the top five carding a round of 102. 

After a week away from competition, the Golfweek Central Carolina Tour travels to Asheboro on Saturday, April 1st to tackle perennial favorite Pinewood CC. Sign up early, you don’t want to miss this event. 

McGregor Downs CC Tournament Results
March 6, 2023
By: Tom Kubla

On Monday March 6th, the Central Carolina Senior Amateur Golf Tour kicked off the 2023 regular season on the fabulous MacGregor Downs CC in Cary. The temperatures were comfortable with partly sunny skies.

In the Champ flight, Gage Moloney shot a round of 74 to take the win by a solid six strokes. Jeremy Tyndall, and Stephen Pippin from the Eastern Carolina Tour finished T2 with scores of 80. Ben Holloway and Justin Lang both posted 81 as they finished T4.

Jay Yergeau posted 75 in the A flight enroute to his first win of the new season. Chuck Smith claimed the runner up slot by carding a score of 77. Juan Sanders completed his round in third place by shooting 78. Mike Martin closed out the day with an 81 in fourth place, while Dwayne Pope rounded out the top five with a round of 83.

In the B flight, Henry Lech shot an outstanding round of 76 for the victory. James Branham placed second as he shot 83, while Shawn Cacioppo posted 84 to take third place. Andy Parker grabbed the fourth place position by shooting 88, as Dan Johnson and Emil Burriss finished T5 with scores of 89.

John Carroso posted 80 in the C flight to eak out a single shot victory. Blaine Toler from the Eastern Carolina Tour posted 81 as he was the runner up. Tom Kubla and Joe Candleana completed their rounds of 90 in a T3 finish. Meanwhile, JD Osbourne and Nick Wilson completed the day in a T5 position with scores of 91.

In the D flight, eighteen holes of golf could not produce a winner. Devin Biagianti and Chad McCaskey from the Eastern Carolina Tour shot identical scores of 93 which, by tour rule, requires an on course playoff. Devin won the playoff for his first tour victory. Congrats Devin! Doug Chase grabbed third place shooting 100, while Joan Wicker took fourth with a round of 101. Sola Edwards rounded out the top five turning in a score of 102.