The Carolina Prep Golf Tour has announced an eight-week summer schedule with visits to Kiawah Island, Wild Dunes, Coosaw Creek, Pine Forest, Patriots Point, Stono Ferry and Shadowmoss Plantation.
The CPGT is for male and female golfers ages 12-17. A male or female golfer may not compete in any CPGT event upon graduation from high school.
The series begins June 5 at Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s Osprey Point and ends July 31 at Shadowmoss with a week off for the Fourth of July.
Contact Dale Mercer at (843) 568-7735 or email email@example.com.
Women’s City Amateur
Entries are being accepted for the City of Charleston Ladies Amateur and Ladies Senior Amateur that will be played May 4-6 at Municipal Golf Course.
The tournament is open to female amateurs 18 and older who live in Charleston, Berkeley or Dorchester counties. To compete in the seniors, players must be at least 50 as of May 4.
The entry fee is $90 per player and the entry deadline is set for 5 p.m. Friday. Call (843) 795-6517 or visit charleston-sc.gov/golf.
Charleston Golfweek Amateur Tour
Dan Wanner shot 77 and finished two shots in front of B.J. Hill in the Charleston Golfweek Amateur Tour event played at Hillcrest Golf Course in Orangeburg.
Other flight winners included: A — Paul Sanderson, 78; Mike Peters, 82. B — James Ravenel, 84; Denny Miller, 84. C — John Furr, 83; Gary Colins, 84. D — Todd Ledford, 91; Sean Galpin, 91.
Charleston Golf News leagues
The Charleston Golf News Summerville Golf League begins May 3 and plays on Thursdays, the Saturday Travel Golf League starts May 5 and plays Saturdays, the South of Charleston Golf League starts May 29 and plays on Tuesdays and the Mount Pleasant Golf League starts June 18 and plays on Mondays. Sign up at CharlestonGolfNews.com or call (843) 209-5143.
April 29: Knights of Columbus Council No. 6250 12th annual charity tournament, Charleston Municipal, $65 per player, contact David Errthum at (843) 762-1504 or email Errthums@aol.com.
May 5: Third annual Curtis Jacobi Memorial tournament, Wescott Plantation, $79 per player, entry deadline April 29, register at golffusion.com/Wescottgolf under club events or call (843) 847-1452, (843) 252-8106 or (843) 830-5466.
May 8: Spirit of Caring Golf Tournament to provide financial assistance for students entering nursing profession, Daniel Island Club, $1,600 per team, registration deadline is April 15, contact Joan Wherley at (843) 724-2193.
May 10: Kiwanis Club of Moncks Corner tournament, Berkeley Country Club, visit MoncksCornerKiwanis.org or call Lynn Smith at (843) 899-1255 or (843) 312-0621.
May 12: Charleston Basket Brigade Golfun’ for a Great Cause, Patriots Point Links, $500 per team, visit eventbrite.com and search Armada.
May 15: Fifth annual Commonwealth Cares Classic to benefit Palmetto Medical Initiative for providing sustainable, quality health care to those in need, Ralston Creek-Daniel Island Club, $300 per player or $1,200 per team, visit commonwealthcares.org or call (843) 884-4545.
AcesSATURDAY, APRIL 14Murray Neale, Oak Point-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, No. 2, 110 yards, 6-iron. Witness: Julie Limehouse.
Jim O’Dare, Links Course-Wild Dunes Resort, No. 8, 180 yards, 5-iron.
Jake Varn, Charleston National, No. 7, 130 yards, driver. Witness: Scott Varn.
John Weeks, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, No. 11, 130 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Andy Grooms, Roger Burris, Bobby Anderson.
SUNDAY, APRIL 15Greg Brown, Cassique-Kiawah Island Club, No. 5, 125 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: John Strauch, Bill Lawrence, Bruce Butler.
Bruce Hawkins, Burn Kill-Wescott Plantation, No. 8, 148 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Steve Horner, John Spielman.
David Monroe, Wedgefield Country Club, No. 3, 157 yards, 9-iron. Witnesses: Neal Medinger, Grey Medinger, Terry Julian.
A hole-in-one should be reported in a timely manner by the golf course. To report a hole-in-one, contact Tommy Braswell at (843) 937-5591, fax (843) 937-5579 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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