Wolfgang Wistorf, Craig DelFabro, Ian Cutmore and Robert Oglesby scored 131 to win the 1-2-3 on 6-6-6 Men’s event on King’s Dunes Nov. 4. Nicholas Toms, Melvin Nash, Leonard Goldstein and Richard Chais scored 136 for second place.
Margaret Swift shot 33 to win the individual low net WGA event Nov. 5. Dot Best shot 36 for second place; and Rita Specter shot 37 for third place.
Jacki Booker, Therese Poulos, Pam Czech and Ann Marie Henry scored 124 to win Flight 1 of the ladies team quota points event Nov. 7. Pat Poirier, Tina Catlow, Ilene Fielstad and Norma Elley scored 138 to win Flight 2.
Dee Izzo and Kathy LaStella each shot 30 to tie for first place in the low putts LGA event Nov. 7. Dianne Griesman and Liz Bostrom each shot 32 to tie for third place.
Bill Fridlington, Don Mclewain, Al Hartmann and Brian Meloche scored 130 to win the Nelson Flight of the 3-2-1 on 5-4-3 MGA event Nov. 4. Bob Ponchak, Chad Curry, Frank Sahicitano and Gary Chapin scored 137 to win the Nicklaus Flight.
Tim Eisenmann, Art Connor and Gary Wilson scored 114 to win the two best balls of four MGA event Nov. 4 at Bradenton Golf and Country Club.
Marcia Rylott, Shelley Gresham, Pat Bajkowski and Elaine Drewniak scored 57 to win the two best balls of four nine-hole event Nov. 5. Joyce Leone, Martha Brandon, Barbara White and Jeanne Overton scored 63 for second place. Robin Bessire, Martha Galli, Joyce Furman and Georgette MacDonald scored 65 for third place.
John Gillies, Jim Kopnisky, John Wagner and George Koenig scored 126 to win the two best balls of four net MGA event Nov. 4. The teams of Randy Holden, Gunnar Jonsson, Sandy Marks and Harvey Gross and Gus Skulason, Bill Breen, Dan Helpbringer and Darrell Roberts each scored 129 to tie for second place.
Cheryl Kleiman, Mary Marblestone, Carolyn Leshyn and Marty Gersman scored 27 to win the A/C division of the AC/BD team net LGA nine-hole event Nov. 5. Joan Pensack, Lyda Arimond and Pat Gripshover scored 25 to win the B/D division.
Bill Kiger used his 3-wood to record an ace Nov. 4 on the 170-yard No. 11 of Waterlefe Golf and River Club.
Bill Kiger, George Nazarovitch and John Harrison scored 104 to win the 1-2-3 on 5-4-3 Men’s Day event Nov. 4.
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