Crowfield and Pine Forest both turned in scores of 29 points to share first place in the Charleston Area Men's Interclub Golf Association match played at Coosaw Creek Country Club.
Shadowmoss finished one point behind, while Stono Ferry finished with 27 and Dunes West and Legend Oaks shared fifth with 26 points.
Ray Brock of Dunes West and Skip Godow of Stono Ferry were the top individuals with 10 points, while Steve Windich and Mike Sujka of Coosaw Creek, Norm Shwarts of Wescott and Jim Thomson of Crowfield each tallied 9 points.
Stono Ferry leads the overall standings with 60 points, followed by: Wescott, 57.5; Pine Forest, 53.5; Dunes West, 51.5; and Crowfield, 51.
Little Legends juniors
The South Carolina Junior Golf Association's Little Legends program is underway throughout the state, including programs in Summerville and Mount Pleasant. Golfers 12 and under form teams and compete against each other on a weekly basis throughout the summer while adhering to a captain's choice format. Teams are introduced to on-course play on a “short course” setup which offers yardages around 250 yards for par-5s, 200 yards on par-4s and 100 yards or less for par-3s. Visit scjga.org.
Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour
Jace Gause shot 76 and beat Mark Ducker by three shots in the Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour event played at Shadowmoss Plantation. James Ravenel won B flight by one shot over Jerry Mast. David Mays shot 86 and won C flight by three shots over Erik Eadie. Dennis Harris posted a 93 for a one-stroke win over Steve Hartoin.
BI-LO Charity Classic
The 29th annual BI-LO Charity Classic golf tournament will be held June 2-4 at 11 courses in Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina. Last year's event raised more than $4.9 million for non-profit organizations, including $130,000 for charities in the Charleston area. The Medical University of South Carolina received funds for the expansion of the Children's Hospital Pediatric Oncology Program. Call (864) 286-5895 or visit bi-locharities.org.
May 29-June 2: 29th annual National Retired Military Golf Classic, Myrtle Beach area, $295 for men and $250 for women, visit oceanresorts.com or call 1-877-840-8464.
June 5: Carolina Prep Golf Tour Osprey Point Junior Classic, open to ages 12-17, $60, registration deadline June 2, visit carolinaprepgolftour.com.
June 9: Beaufort County Gamecock Classic, Sanctuary Golf Club at Cat Island, entry fee is $100 per player, contact Linday McCarty at (843) 521-1445 or mail entries to Beaufort County Gamecock Club, 2 Carolina Lane, Beaufort, S.C. 29907.
Oct. 2: Third annual Marriott Business Council Rally for the Cure golf tournament, Daniel Island Club, $800 per team, contact Jay Lefkowitz at (843) 534-9013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACESTUESDAY, APRIL 24Patricia Hocutt, Snee Farm Country Club, No. 4, 133 yards, driver. Witness: Bill Hocutt.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28Muriel “Moo” Sugden, Crowfield Golf and Country Club, No. 8, 124 yards, 5-wood. Witnesses: Bud Fleming, J.P. Taylor, Terry Torrence.
FRIDAY, MAY 11Jim Reder, Charleston National Golf Club, No. 2, 118 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Stan Hall, Fred Pridgen, Ray Levins.
MONDAY, MAY 14Walter Pringle, RiverTowne Country Club, No. 14, 140 yards, 6-iron. Witness: Marsha Pringle.
TUESDAY, MAY 15Legree Redmond, Redbank Golf Club, No. 13, 98 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Frank Comer, Bob Devoll, Bob Kersey.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16Jim Hisman, Pine Forest Country Club, No. 17, gap wedge, 95 yards. Witnesses: Jerry O'Toole, Dorn Backman.
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 email@example.com.