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Tournament Results
By: Tom Kubla

Riverwood Golf Club

July 20, 2024

 
 
Colonial Country Club
June 1, 2024
 

The Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour arrived in Thomasville on Saturday June 1st to take on the Colonial CC. The weather was perfect, warm with a light breeze. And the course conditions were excellent. 

 

In the Champ flight, James Thomas Moore put together a great round of one under par 70 on the par 71 layout in victory. Well done James!  Bilal Ghandour from the Charlotte Tour made the runner up position posting a score of 76. Jansen Perdue and Matt McSwain finished their day T3 with matching rounds of 80, while Spurling Cook rounded out the top five with his score of 87.

 

Michael Atwood led wire to wire in the A flight carding a very nice two over par 73 to wrap up a six shot victory. Good job Michael!  The runner up slot was shared by two golfers as Ricky Urbach and Tour Director Chuck Smith recorded matching 79’s. Dan Anthony claimed fourth place by posting a round of 81. Meanwhile Jeremy Penderman, and Ken Fishback from the Charlotte Tour, completed the event T5 with a pair of 83’s. 

 

In the B flight, Blaine Toler from the Eastern NC Tour made his trip to Thomasville worthwhile as he fired a round of 84 to take the victory by a single shot. Kudos Blaine!  David Pitt and Sean Kip ended their competition day T2 with scores of 85, as Jacob Gregory took fourth place by scoring 87. Kevin Perrault and Sebastian Restrepo ended in a tie for fifth place carding scores of 91.

 

Bill Mock collected his second win of the 2024 season in the C flight shooting 85 for a two stroke victory. Great golf Bill!  Frank Brammer from the Charlotte Tour made it a runner up finish by shooting 87. Gray Watts took third place honors with his score of 88, while Justin Cook snagged fourth place with a round 89. Mike Groom posted 90 to round out the top five list.

 

In the D flight, Jonathan Rabon secured his second victory of the season as he carded a very nice round of 85. Way to go Jonathon!  Tour Director Sola Edwards grabbed the runner up position with an 86, as Ralph Bevis made it a top three finish with a score of 90. Austin Groom notched a fourth place finish scoring 93, and Barry Whitesell’s round of 102 rounded out the top five scores.

 

Next up for the Central Carolina Tour will be The Jimmy Smith Memorial at The Golf Club at Quail Ridge in Sanford on Saturday June 8th. This is a very special event on an excellent golf course with a lot of added features to make it a day you don’t want to miss. Sign up now to assure you get a spot on the roster.

 

 
The Challenge GC
May 4, 2024

On Saturday May 4th, the Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour rolled into Graham to accept the challenge that is the Challenge Golf Club. The course did not disappoint.

In the Champ flight, Justin Lang pulled off a two stroke victory with his round of 76. Well done Justin!  Steven Hamby’s 78 was the runner up score, wh O ile Jansen Perdue and Kyle Moffett ended the day T3 matching scorecards with 79. James Thomas Moore rounded out the top five with a score of 80. 

It was nip and tuck all day in the A flight, but in the end it was Brad Wicker standing alone in first place with a score of 80. Good job Brad!  Kevin Woroch finished a single shot back with 81, while Jamie Hollis grabbed third place with his round of 82. Meanwhile, Mike Martin and Buck Kercheval finished T4 by shooting a pair of 84’s.

Eighteen holes of golf couldn’t produce a winner in the B flight as three players shot identical scores of 83. So Jean-Claude Fils-Aime, David Pitt, and Sebastian Restrepo made their way to hole one for a sudden victory playoff. The playoff didn’t last long as Sebastian and David unfortunately hit their tee shots Out of Bounds while Jean-Claude striped it down the middle. J-C then calmly hit the green and two putted for a par and the victory. Kudos Jean-Claude!  Shawn Cacioppo and Ben Foster both posted 86 in a T4 ending.

In the C flight, Witson Rodrigues hung on to a slim one shot lead to shoot 85 taking the victory and the crystal. Great golf Witson!  Runner up Ed McNally came in with a score of 86, while Myke Mclaughlin placed third as he carded a round of 88. Fourth place was yet another tie as Wesley Upchurch and Steve Carlyle both recorded scores of 91.

Visiting Columbia SC member Tim Rabon, playing in the D flight, posted a very nice round of 89 to take the win by four shots. Way to go Tim!  It was a tie for the runner up position as Tia Shoemaker and Austin Groom both carded scores of 93. Fourth place was snagged by Ralph Bevis with a round of 94, while our very own Tour Director Sola Edwards rounded out the top five shooting 95.  

Next on the schedule for Central Carolina Golfweek is a two day Carolina Cup event at Bryan Park. The Players course will be tackled on Saturday May 24th while The Champions Course will show what it has to offer on Sunday May 25th. It’s a 10am shotgun start both days in Browns Summit.

You DO NOT want to miss these courses or this competition. This event will likely sell out so don’t delay!

On Saturday April 6th, the Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour came to the “most central point” in North Carolina, Sanford. The reason for the trip was not a geography lesson, but Day 1 of golf competition on the beautiful Creek and Lakes courses of Carolina Trace. Cool temps and good course conditions welcomed the players. 

 

In the Champ flight, 36 holes of golf failed to produce an outright winner as Chip Collins(72-78) and Steven Hamby(74-76) shot two day totals of 150 which demanded an on course playoff as per tour rules. So the players proceeded to hole one to decide the winner once and for all. After matching scores on holes 1 and 2, they came to the par 5 third hole. Chip’s shot out of the greenside bunker came to rest just 10” from the hole and produced a tap in birdie. Steve had a birdie putt of his own but not as close as Chips. Steve’s putt rolled just outside the hole giving him a par and Chip the victory. Great golf by both players. Well done Chip!  Chase Suitt posted scores of 73-80-153 for a third place finish. Wes Strader from the Eastern NC Tour carded 76-80-156 grabbing fourth place, while David Cook also from the Eastern Tour made a good comeback by shooting 82-78-160 to round out the top five.

 

Dalton Johnston played two consistent rounds allowing him to make a   comeback from two back in the A flight by firing an 84-85-169 to claim the victory. Good job Dalton!  TD Chuck Smith posted the runner up total of 82-88-170, while Brad Wicker finished third posting 89-82-171. Two Eastern NC Tour players ended the day T4 with two day totals of 172. Ken Gray did it with scores of 85-87, and Matthew Graley 88-84.

 

In the B flight, Brien Cozart from the Eastern NC Tour would likely be the first to admit day one was not what he hoped for as he posted 91. But he more than made up for it by shooting a very nice 82 to win(173) the flight by three shots. Kudos Brien!  Steven Zannos from the Charlotte Tour held on to the runner finish posting 88-88-176. Third place was a tie at 177 with Shawn Cacioppo 88-99, and Dwayne Brabble 91-86. Scott Prouty from the Eastern NC Tour rounds out the top five shooting 88-90-178.

 

Duncar Jaggers was hanging around the top of the C flight leader board all day on day one. He closed Saturday a couple shots out the lead posting 93. But he came out firing the second day and carded an excellent round of 84 for a total of 177 to win by 5 strokes. Great golf Duncan!  Bill Mock’s 92-90-182 was good enough to make him runner up. Witson Rodrigues fired rounds of 97-95-192 to take third place, while Joseph Luthman carded scores of 94-99-193 to wrap up fourth. Fifth place was a three way tie at 194 by Jonathon Honeycutt 90-104, Ed McNally 98-96, and Myke Mclaughlin 102-92.

 

Johnny Hayes from the Eastern NC Tour shot the low round of day two in the D flight, a 90 to add to his 97 to make his two day total 187 making him the victor by five strokes. Way to go Johnny!  Dylin Cook-Watt, also from the Eastern NC Tour made the runner up finish by carding 95-97-192, while Tom Kubla took down third place by posting 101-92-193. Joan Wicker placed fourth carding 95-105-200, while Ryker Wicker rounded out the top five with scores of 101-95-201.

 

Next up for the Central Carolina Golfweek Tour will be the Chapel Ridge GC in Pittsboro on Saturday April 27th with a 9am straight tee time start. Come check out the new greens and renovation done to this classic course!

 

Bayonet Golf Course
March 23, 2024

On Saturday March 23rd, the Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour arrived at the Bayonet at Puppy Creek  in Raeford. It was a cool spring day, and not even a brief shower could cool down the enthusiasm of the competitors.

In the Champ flight, eighteen holes of golf did not produce a winner as Chip Collins and Larry Hardee both shot rounds of even par 72. By Tour rules an on course playoff was required so they made their way to the first hole to sort things out. Hole one was halved as both players made par so the match continued. Hole two was a different story, as Chip rolled in a birdie putt that Larry was unable to match allowing Chip to claim his first win in 2024. Well done Chip!  James Thomas Moore finished solo third place posting 75, while Chris Collins from the Charleston SC Tour and Stephen Pippin from the Eastern NC Tour ended their rounds T4 with scores of 77.

Andrew Britt started quickly in the A flight and kept the pedal to the metal to eventually win by four strokes with a round of 76. Great job Andrew!  Brad Wicker and Mike Martin both carded 80 to tie for the runner up position. Anthony Davis fired 82 to snag fourth place alone, while Victor Rivera and Jamie Hollis both shot 83 in a T5 finish. 

In the B flight, Sebastian Restrepo brought Bayonet to its knees as he posted a round of 77 for a nine stroke victory. Kudos Sabastian!  As in the A flight, another tie for the runner up spot occurred when David Pitt and Robin Neverve from the Eastern NC Tour both recorded rounds of 86. Not to be outdone, three players finished T4 as Toby Sheehan, Shawn Cacioppo, and Ben Foster all carded stores of 89. 

As in the Champ flight, eighteen holes of golf failed to produce a winner in the C flight as well. In this case Justin Barefoot from the Eastern NC Tour and Willie Johnson turned in identical rounds of 89, so out to the course they went. When they arrived at the green of the par 5 first hole, Justin got down for a par. Willie had a straight uphill  putt for his own par from the left side of the green. He hit it pure and it rolled straight at the hole. Unfortunately his putt came to rest on the lip of the hole for a heartbreaking bogey. Great golf Justin. Joe Porter from the Eastern NC Tour and Bill Mock recorded matching scores of 90 to finish T3, while Steve Carlyle rounded out the top five posting 92. 

In the D flight, TD Sola Edwards shot a fantastic round of golf carding 84 to run away from the field taking the three stroke victory. Sola has been knocking on the win door and now has kicked it open. Way to go Sola!  Tom Kubla gave it his all but could not keep up with Sola but did manage to take the runner up spot posting 87. Danny Avina and Ralph Bevis shot 95 to end the event with a T3 finish, while Danny Pyles completed the top five list with his round of 104. 

Next up for the Central Carolina Golfweek Tour is the first annual two day Carolina Challenge, as Central Carolina will do battle with the Eastern NC Tour for golf bragging rights. The event will be held at Carolina Trace CC in Sanford on Saturday and Sunday, April 6th & 7th. It will be an 8am shotgun start on both fantastic courses. The roster is filling up fast, so sign up now!!

MacGregor Downs CC 
March 5, 2024

The Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour took on MacGregor Downs CC in Cary on Monday March 5th. It was typical spring weather but wet conditions made scoring a little more difficult. 

In the Champ flight, John Masotti from the Eastern NC Tour shot a great score of one over par 73 to take the victory. Well done John!  It was a tie for the runner up position as Robert Dabbs and Kyle Moffett shot scores of 76, while Coston Fogleman claimed fourth place with a round of 77. Stephen Pippin from the Eastern NC Tour and Spurling Cook ended the day T5 as both competitors carded 79.

In the A flight, Mike Levister recorded a score of 78 to grab the three stroke victory. Great job Mike!  Three players seized the runner up position as Jamie Hollis, Buck Kercheval, and Quinton Toler from the Eastern NC Tour recorded rounds of 81, while Victor Rivera placed fifth by carding 83. Brian Bunn, Jerry May, and Dana Parziale posted 84 to finish sixth. 

The B flight was a dog fight all day, but as the dust settled it was Mike Ivy alone in first with a score of 84 taking the win. Kudos Mike!  Ricky Urbach took control of second place shooting 85, while Shawn Cacioppo and Toby Sheehan were T3 finishers posting 86’s. Daniel Barrett from the Charlotte Tour rounded out the top five posting 87, while Michael Cherry grabbed sixth scoring 88. 

In the C flight, Blaine Toler from the Eastern NC Tour made his drive home easier by posting a score of 84 to take the victory. Great golfing Blaine!  Phillip McArn took second place honor carding 87, while Giovanna Jackson placed third by shooting a 90. Nick Wilson from the Eastern NC Tour finished in fourth place with a round of 93. Rounding out the top five, Danny Perrault and Bill Mock shot identical rounds of 94.

Tom Kubla turned in a score of 98 to make it back to back wins in the D flight. Way to go Tom!  Greg Green was runner up posting a round of 101, while Ralph Bevis snagged third place by carding a score of 103. Fourth place was claimed by Chad McCaskey from the Eastern NC Tour, while Jonathan Turlington rounded out the top five scoring 123. 

Next up for the Central Carolina Golfweek Tour is Bayonet at Puppy Creek in Raeford on Saturday March 23rd with a 10am shotgun start. You don’t want to miss Puppy Creek so sign up today!

Keith Hills Golf Course
February 17, 2024

Campbell University in Lillington welcomed the Central Carolina Golfweek  Amateur Golf Tour to play their Keith Hills Golf Course on Saturday February 17th. It was cool and breezy, and that added to the challenge of Keith Hills.

In the Champ flight, James Thomas Moore grabbed the reins and rode to a win by posting a round of 80 making it two in a row for James. Well done James!  Two back with an 82 it was Stephen Pippin from the Eastern NC Tour taking the runner up spot, while Richard Johnson also from the Eastern NC Tour laid claim to third place shooting 83. The Eastern NC Tour continued to be well represented as John Masotti took fourth shooting 84 and John Costa’s 88 rounded out the top five.  

Mike Levister drove to Lillington with one thing on his mind and that was a win in the A flight and his round of 79 made that a reality. Great job Mike!  Brad Wicker was runner up as he posted 83, while Quinton Toler from the Eastern NC Tour placed third with a score of 84. TD Chuck Smith and Gavin Locklear ended the day T4 by carding 87’s, while Jeremy Penderman and Mike Martin matched scorecards posting 88 for a T6 day.

In the B flight, eighteen holes of golf was not enough to produce a winner in regulation so a sudden victory playoff was required as Toby Sheehan, Shawn Cacioppo, and Benjamin Graham from the Eastern NC Tour all posted scores of 84. The playoff contestants proceeded to the Orange 1 hole to get it on. Toby and Shawn both parred the hole and returned to the same hole due to play ahead. The second time around Toby made par again but this time Shawn was not able to cover the par making Toby the winner. Kudos Toby!  Benjamin left the event prior to its finish and missed the playoff thus he placed third. C.J. Jackson and Sebastian Restrepo ended the day T4 as both players carded 89.

Mark Brannon from the Eastern NC Tour made the drive to Lillington worthwhile as his round of 86 held on to win the C flight by a single stroke. Good shooting Mark!  Justin Cook and Jeremy Davis tied for second as both players shot 87. Danny Perrault took fourth place with a round of 90, while Landon Wilkes from the Eastern NC Tour grabbed fifth with a 91. Benton Smith shot 93 and Ed McNally posted 94 to round out the flight.

In the D flight, Tom Kubla fired off a round of 94 to take the victory by five strokes. Way to go Tom. Mark Dyvig’s round of 99 made that the runner up score, while Ralph Bevis placed third with a round of 100. Chad McCaskey from the Eastern NC Tour and TD Sola Edwards snagged a fourth place finish tie by scoring 102.

Next up for the Central Carolina Golfweek Amateur Golf Tour will be MacGregor Downs Country Club in Cary on Monday March 4th with an 11:00am shotgun start. Sign up early to claim your spot, you don’t want to miss this great course.

Quail Ridge Golf Course
February 10, 2024

On Saturday February 10th, the Golfweek Central Carolina Amateur Golf Tour rolled into Sanford to take on the fabulous Golf Club at Quail Ridge. The course was/is in great shape, and the weather was very warm but windy at times adding to the challenge of golf.

In the Champ flight, James Thomas Moore claimed the victory by shooting a score of 74 for his first win. Well done James!  Steven Hamby posted the runner up score of 78, while Eric Parziale grabbed third place with a round of 81. Stephen Pippin from the Eastern NC Tour and Jeremy Tyndall ended the round T4 as both players shot rounds of 85.

Buck Kercheval came out swinging early in the A flight and put together a round of 76 to complete a five shot victory. Great job Buck!  Jamie Hollis finished in second place by carding a score of 81, while Jay Yergeau posted 83 to take third place. Fourth place was a three way tie as Brian Bunn, Quinton Toler from the Eastern NC Tour, and James Shoemaker all recorded scores of 84. 

The B flight was dominated by visiting Tour members this Saturday at Quail Ridge as four of the top six scores were turned in by our friends outside the Central Carolina Tour. Brian Cozart from the Eastern NC Tour fired a score of 79 to capture the victory by five shots. Kudos Brian!  Jason Parker, also from the Eastern NC Tour took runner up honors with a round of 84. Blake Gravitt, from the Eastern NC Tour and Kevin Perrault ended the day T3 by carding rounds of 88. Fifth place was also a tie as Steven Zannos of the Charlotte Tour and David Pitt shot a couple of 89’s.   

In the C flight, it was Jeremy Davis cruising in with a three stroke victory shooting a score of 85. Good shooting Jeremy!  Laura Cooper posted 88 making her the runner up, while Michael Kessler recorded a score of 90 to take third place honors. Witson Rodriques snagged fourth place as he posted a 93, while Landon Wilkes from the Eastern NC Tour rounded out the top five by carding 94.  

In the D flight, yet another Eastern NC Tour member had a good day on the links as long-time Tour member Charles Krick put together a nice round of 86 to take the victory. Way to go Charles!  Tia Shoemaker grabbed runner up honors by posting a score of 88, while Davy Avina placed third with a round of 90. Ralph Bevis snagged fourth place with a round of 92, as John White’s score of 95 rounded out the top five. 

Hyland Hills Golf Club
February 3, 2024

On Saturday February 3rd, the Golfweek Central Carolina Amateur Golf Tour kicked off the 2024 season at Hyland Golf Club in Southern Pines. Temperatures were a little cool, but the competition was hot. 

In the Champ flight, Steven Hamby got off to an especially hot start by firing an awesome three under par round of 69 to collect the win. Well done Steven!  Richie Chmura was runner up posting an 81, while Kyle Moffett grabbed third place honors with a round of 83. Jeremy Tyndall carded 84 to get his season off and running with a fourth place finish, and Andrew Goodman rounded out the top five with his round of 86.

Jerry May scored a single shot victory in the A flight by posting a score of 77. Great job Jerry!  Jamie Hollis took second place one back at 78, while Hank Frankenberg placed third scoring 80. Jeremy Penderman and Jay Yergeau finished T4 as both competitors posted 83. Ricky Urbach shot 84 in his sixth place finish.

In the B flight, Shawn Cacioppo also pulled out a one victory as he carded a score of 82. Kudos Shawn!  C.J. Jackson garnered the runner up position shooting 83, while Sebastian Restrepo snagged third place honors with a score of 85. Jean-Claude Fils-Aime nabbed fourth place by posting 86, while Michael Cherry rounded out the top five with his round of 87.

Joe Candleana in the C flight got his season off to a good start shooting 84 to eak out the single shot win. Good shooting Joe!  Justin Cook took the second place slot by carding 85, while Bill Mock posted 86 in a top three finish. Danny Perrault and Dustin McClanahan shot identical rounds of 88 in the T4 finish, and Myke Mclaughlin claimed sixth place with a score of 89. 

In the D flight, Davy Avina posted a three stroke victory with a nice round of 88. Way to go Davy!  John White shot 91 to take second place, while Charli Wicker posted 93 for the third place finish. Ryker Wicker placed fourth by carding a round of 95, while Mark Dyvig rounded out the top five as he posted a score of 98. 

The next event for the Golfweek Tour is Saturday February 10th at the fabulous Golf Club at Quail Ridge in Sanford. The fairways are green and lush and the greens are immaculate. This one will again be a sell out so sign up now to avoid missing this great course.

 

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