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Forest Oaks Niners

Mystery game. First: Darnell Eller, Eva Thomas, Corrine Gregory, Helga Crafton, Rita Jones, Phyllis Roberts. Low putts: Bebe Layne.\

Plantation LadiesMember guest event. First: Dot Marsh and Sara Dixon, 70; second: Sue Crouse and Kay Simpson, 71, third: Linda Witherspoon and Cindy Wall, 74. Closest-to-pin: Ann Williams on No. 5, Witherspoon on No. 7. Longest drive: Kelly Hilliard on No. 2.\

Forest Oaks 18 Holers

Low gross, low net, three clubs and putter event. Low gross - first: Tee Noggle 47, second: Jeanette Faulconer 48, third: Shirley Van Horn 51. Low net - first: Mary B. Fields 37.5, second: Nancy Brooks 39, third: Rena Ellis 39.5. Low putts: Helen Lawson 16, tied with Faulconer.\

Greensboro Country Club

Captain's choice. First: Alwiner Comer, Alice Westervelt, Hope Chapman, Kee Davis, 73.\

Sedgefield 18 Holers

Captain's choice. First gross: Pat Vaughn, Lillian Hoffman, Betty Clark, 74; second gross: Jean Williamson, Lib Murray, Connie Baker, Lillian Lehey, 74; first net: Barbara Hines, Ginny Rice, Helen Duncan, 51; second net: Jean Wehner, Phyllis Sechrest, Millie Saunders, Joan Brisley, 54.\

Cardinal Niners

Low net event. Flight A - first: Myra Holt, second: Barbara Artman. Flight B - first: Brenda Mitchell, second: Debbie Justice. Flight C - first: Jean Stephens. Low putts: Holt.\

Greensboro Super Seniors

The seniors played a captain's choice event at Longview. First: Milton Jessup, Ronnie Skenes, Walt Waynick, Wade Stout; second: Tom Hutchinson, Reeves Lukens, Charlie McLoud, Joe Westbrook; third: Archie McBee, Ray Mason, Herm Trop, Carl Webster.\

Cardinal Senior Men

Half-way tournament. First: Ray McGalliard, Jim Hunsucker, Henry Peraldo, Skip Paxton, tied with A.C. Jordan, Lou Chuisano, Jim Kittrell, Gordon Forrester.\

Bur-Mil Park Seniors

Individual straight stroke tournament. Flight A - first: Al Cumbie, second: John Wolfe, third: Howard Harris. Flight B - first: Dot Butler, second: Jerry Bos, third: Sue Rivenbark. Closest-to-pin: Goldie Wilmoth and Frank Koger.\

Bryan Park 18 Holers

Member-member tournament. First: Ellie Rankin, Barbara Fields, 62; second: Carolyn Alley, Lucille Fitzner, 63; third: Dee Eanes, Chris Masteler, 64. Closest-to-pin: Barbara Bryant on No. 3, Midge Lewis on No. 5, Masteler on No. 11, Becky Lowdermilk on No. 17. Low putts: Tee Noggle tied with Eanes and Wilhelmia Young, 29.\

Starmount Forest

Low gross, net and putts. First flight - low gross: Grace Flannagan, first net: Bernice Driver, second net: Bobbie Forrest. Second flight - low gross: Laura Baumhart, first net: Dottie Milligan, second net: Erma Smith. Third flight - low gross: DeLee Dempsey, first net: Muriel Wechsler, second net: Jean McIlwain. Fourth flight - low gross: Sherry Brown, first net: Elaine Guise, second net: Kathryn Lauten. Low putts: Driver 29.\

Starmount Niners

Flight A - low gross: Myrtle Carey, low net: Glorine Luper in a card playoff with Mary Adams. Flight B - low gross: Pat Johnson, low net: Jean Phillips in a card playoff with Nancy Balderacchi. Flight C - low gross: Alma White in a card playoff with Esther Christiansen and Jerry Banks, low net: Banks. Flight D - low gross: Evelyn Ellsweig, low net: Lois Snitzer.\

Longview 18 Holers

Low gross event. First flight: Audrey Staruch 90. Second flight: Audrey Pipan 97. Third flight: Cornelia Davis 95. Birdies: Staruch on No. 16. Chip-ins: Betty Salter on No. 16, Lucille Fitzner on No. 10, Alvina Frappier on No. 18, Donnie Allen on No. 17.\

Longview Niners

Beat the club champion. First: Jean Hodgin 52, Carol Wood 52, Kay Wagstaff 53, Ethel Wrenn 54, low putts: Margaret Williamson, Phyllis Pitcher, 14. Birdies: Kay Perkowski on No. 16, Wood on No. 16.

Throw out the worst hole event. First: Wood, Barbara Geese, 41. Low putts: Geese. Chip-ins: Geese on No. 15, Ann Donnell on No. 16.


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