Crowfield captures second Charleston Area Men’s Interclub golf match

  • Posted: Sunday, January 27, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Crowfield scored 12 points to win the second Charleston Area Menís Interclub Golf Association match held at Charleston National, edging Pine Forest by two points. Charleston Municipal was third with 5.

Jeff Hemphill of Coosaw Creek and Chuck Zirkle of Charleston Municipal tied for first with 10 points. Lowell McGaughey and John Grund, both of Pine Forest, and Bob Wambolt of Legend Oaks tied for third with 9.

Pine Forest leads the yearly standings with 21.5 points, followed by: Shadowmoss, 20; RiverTowne, 19.5; Stono Ferry, 19; Coosaw Creek, 17; Crowfield, 16; Charleston Municipal, 15; Dunes West, 14.5; Charleston National, 14; Berkeley, 10.5; Wescott, 7.5; Miler, 6.5; and Legend Oaks, 5.

Hubbard second
Richard Hubbard of Daniel Island finished tied for second in the Carolinas-Georgia tournament played at Mt. Vintage Plantation in North Augusta. Hubbard shot 72-70-142.

Hurricane Junior Tour
Jamie Wilson of Mount Pleasant finished second and Kent Lawrence of Mount Pleasant third in the boys 11-14 age group of the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour tournament at Hilton Head National.

The tour is coming to Kiawah Islandís Cougar Point course Feb. 9-10 for the Kiawah Island Junior Challenge. The registration deadline is Wednesday. The event is open to boys and girls ages 11-18. Visit hjgt.org, call (904) 379-2697 or email info@hjgt.org.

Rules of golf seminar
The Carolinas Golf Association will hold a free Rules of Golf seminar from 5:30-7:30 p.m. March 6 at Wild Dunes.

Register online at carolinasgolf.org or call (910) 673-1000.

Henley honored
The Country Club of Charleston held a reception Thursday to honor member Russell Henley, who won the PGA Tourís Sony Open in Hawaii. It was Henleyís debut as a member of the PGA Tour. Henley, a former University of Georgia star who resides in Sea Island, Ga., is a non-resident member.

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