Epworth UMC Fundraiser Tournament October 1
September 23, 2016
The George Simpson Men’s Group of Epworth United Methodist Church is holding its 4th Annual Golf Outing–Drive Away Hunger Oct. 1, at the American Classic Golf Club, on Postal Lane in Midway.
The event supports three local programs that feed the hungry in the Cape Region: The Epworth Food and Love Soup Kitchen, The Good Samaritan Emergency Food Program at Epworth, and the Immanuel Shelter. Their combined efforts in 2015 provided thousands of meals, household goods and personal hygiene items, and shelter for homeless individuals over the winter season.
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m., with play starting at 9:30 a.m. The $50 fee for walking ($60 for riding) includes 9 holes of golf, lunch, and prizes.
For more information, contact Evans Shearon (302-841-3072), Dave Waters (302+463-4548) or Fred Smith (302-382-8583), or go to eumcrb.org/2016-mens-group-golf-outing/.
DSGA Scholarship Fund Tournament at Rehoboth Beach Country Club Oct. 3
This year’s Delaware State Golf Association Scholarship Fund Tournament takes place Oct. 3 at Rehoboth Beach Country Club.
This is the major source of funds for a very successful scholarship program, awarding three or four deserving high school seniors with grade-dependent four-year stipends. A committee selects scholarship candidates based on applications demonstrating academic excellence, community spirit, and a connection to golf.
The tournament format is best one ball of four, net. Players without USGA handicaps will have their handicaps determined using a modified Callaway scoring system.
The day starts with lunch at 11:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. The entry fee of $160 for singles and $600 for a foursome includes the lunch, a cocktail hour with hors d’oueuvres, tournament prizes, and a silent auction following play.
For more information about the tournament, visit dsga.org. For information about the scholarships, contact Ron Barrows at 302-227-4404, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black and Gold for First Tee
The 14th edition of the Rehoboth Beach Country Club Black & Gold Event took place June 22. This year the popular team match play tournament benefited The First Tee of Delaware, which uses golf instruction to instill good values and habits in juniors.
In addition to the donated money, participants also contributed hundreds of dollars of tangible contributions useful for First Tee programs, such as clubs, bags, balls, clothing, and range finders.
The Gold Team won the tournament, 18 ½ to 8 ½, and included the following members: Beth Carpenter, Joan Crowley, Carole Medd, Sheila Halfpenny, Connie Kotula, Kathy Carroll, Pauline Porter, Pat Beebe, Kathy Curry, Pris DeSena, Ann Cunningham, GiGI Lank, Jullie Burton, Barb Morgan, Reagan Strasser, Barbara Bullock, Carol Wetherhold, and Roberta Amendola.
The Black Team included Suzanne Moore, Jeanne Allen, Daisey Hudson, Barb Collins, Elise Coar, Jeannie Lindsay, Ella Alexander, Gayle Truitt, Beth Forbes, Lyn Webster, Charlotte Samans, Carol Perry, Bee Ekdahl, Cyndy Simeone, Iris Mensh, Kerry Lockwood, JoJo Barrows, and Linda Welch.
For more information about The First Tee of Delaware, visit its website at thefirstteedelaware.org, or call 302-384-8759.
RBCC Men’s Senior Club Champions
Rehoboth Beach Country Club held its Men’s Senior Club Championship Aug. 20-21. Bob Randa is this year’s overall champion, with Jack Storms the runner-up. Dan Krausz was the overall senior net winner.
Bruce Humphries took first place gross in the Senior-Senior category, with Larry Bouman in second. Pat Amendola was the net winner.
Lanny Tindall won first place gross in the Super-Senior category, with Don Halfpenny in second. Gil Ekdahl took first place net. Jay Martin is the Legends Champion in the gross division, with Bob Wilson taking second. Bob Nardone won the Legends’ net division.
Local Club Competition Results
The Kings Creek CC Ladies 18 Hole group played a Tee to Green game Sept. 20. In this format, only the strokes used to reach the green are counted.
Deb Ward won first place, with Anita Pettitt in second. Marilyn Hewitt won the closest to the pin contest.