DSGA Scholarship Winners Announced
June 22, 2018
The Delaware State Golf Association Scholarship Fund announced this year’s winners of the organization’s scholarships at the Rehoboth Junior Open June 18.
Daniel Dougherty of Wilmington and William Haskell of Middletown, DE won the Robert McCurry Award, named after a founder of the Fund and a great friend of junior golf. Each will receive $4,500 for the first year, up to $18,000 total.
Tyler Mayhew of Middletown, Grace Lombardi of Bear, DE and Vincent Alois tied for the James Powell Award. Each will receive $2,500 for the first year, up to $10,000 total.
Nolan Brown of Rehoboth Beach won the 6thplace scholarship for $1,500 up to $6,000 total.
The DSGA runs a major fundraiser tournament in October at Rehoboth Beach Country Club as its main source of proceeds. All scholarship winners demonstrate high academic achievement, community service, and a love of golf.
For more information about the Fund, or to make contribution, go to http://www.dsga.org/junior-golf/scholarship-fund/.
Junior golf clinics offered at Rookery South
This summer’s junior golf clinics at Rookery South begin June 25, with assistant golf pros Chris Osberg and Eric Willey providing their guidance and expertise. All skill levels are welcome.
Each three-day session keeps to a maximum ratio of one teacher for each eight students, with two age groups of 7-11 and 12-17. Students are welcome to bring their own clubs but that is not necessary.
The sessions are set for June 25-28, July 17-20, and Aug. 13-16, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The fee is $100 per student, with sibling discounts.
For more information, call 302-684-3000.
Coming up aces
We’re happy to announce the holes in one Cape Region golfers make. Now there’s an organization ready to help.
The United States Golf Register says it is “the nation’s official historical registry” for all aces made in the United States.
For example, we recently received word from them that Rick Jalot of Georgetown, DE made a hole in one on the 103-yard par 3 18thhole at Stenger’s Par 3 near Milton. He used a pitching wedge, and John and Dave Jalot witnessed it.
The same organization also let us know that Gregory Sherman of Lewes used a 7-iron on the 127-yard par 3 fifth hole at Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links near Ocean City, MD to make his ace on June 12. Brad Gardner saw it happen.
Congratulations to both.
Local club competition results
The Rehoboth Beach CC 9-Hole Ladies League played an individual low net, par 4’s and 5’s game June 19.
Christina Moore won first place, with Bardelle Offutt in second and Lynn Runsten in third. Runsten also had the fewest putts for the day.
The Mulligans’ Pointe Ladies 18-hole group played a better ball of three game June 19.
Brenda Lewis, Carol Love, and Dee Prillaman won first place. Karen Feuchenberger, Carol Mcfawn, and Debbie Quinn finished second, with Maxine Ansbach and Barbara Willin taking third.
The Kings Creek CC 9-Hole Ladies played a Criers game June 13, in which the two worst scores are adjusted to par minus the full handicap for those holes.
Pat Devoll won first place, with Gail Petren in second, Sue Nardo in third, and Judy Pezone in fourth. Sandy Neverett won closest to the pin on the seventh hole.The Kings Creek Ladies’ 18-hole group played their Criers game June 15. Dorrie Spellman and Jean Chlastawa tied for first place in the first flight, while Jeannine Doane, Ruth Lauver, and Kelly Brown tied for third.
Robbie Monkman won the second flight, with MaryAnn Veitch in second Carol Loewen in third, and Faye Slatcher and Joanne Yurik tied for fourth.
Rehoboth Beach CC held its Ladies’ Spring Member Guest tournament June 13. Peggy Roca and Erin Gillespie won the overall net championship. Britny Whitby and Megan Adams won first place gross overall. Roca was closest to the pin on the third hole
In the first flight, Else Coar and June Allan won first place, followed by Sally Fogarty and Pressie Hoffman in second. Karen Storms and Geri Fasulo took third, and Bailey Schuerer and Diane Herndon finished fourth. Pam McCrery and Lori Ehrit finished in fifth, while Carol Knott and Carol McGill came in sixth.
Patty Lessy and Allison Ford won the second flight, with Virginia Rettig and Mary Pat Urbank in second. Kerry Lockwood and Tina Brown finished in third place, and Barbara Collins and Noreen Brosnan took fourth. Judy Scrutchfield and Diane Ogorek finished in fifth, and Sheila Halfpenny and Aubre Duncan took sixth. Collins was closest to the pin on the 13thhole.
Ann Cunningham was closest to the pin on the 19thhole, with Barbara Wisneski doing the same on the fifth hole. Paula Anderson completed the closest to the pin competitions with her effort on the 15thhole.
Mulligans Pointe also held its Ladies’ Member-Guest tournament June 13.
Brenda Lewis, Darlene Calle, Susan Brady, and Debra Collado won first place gross, with Rhetta Rose Frampton, Sue Scagiione, Janet Griffith, and Madelyn Macklin taking second.
Maxine Ansbach, Sue Ahern, Sue Colby, and Debb Pitts won first place net, with Sandy Harrison, Simone Harrison, Hazel Pusey, and Ellen Sobieski finishing second.
Debbie Quinn, MaryAnne Chicone, Dawn Slacum, and Joanne Zorb came in third net, and Barbara Willin, Kay Gremminger, Susan Shockley, and Kathy Hudson coming in fourth.