The seventh annual Legend Oaks Gives Back Used Golf Equipment Drive is going on this month with the club collecting used golf equipment that will be donated to the South Carolina Junior Golf Association for use in its programs. The month-long initiative began April 1.
Each year the SCJGA collects and refurbishes more than 2,000 used golf clubs for its Clubs-4-Kids program. Equipment is provided to schools, individuals, specialty programs and any child needing clubs.
Since beginning its program, Legend Oaks, through the generosity of other golf clubs and members, has donated more than 3,300 golf clubs along with golf balls, bags and head covers.
For information or to participate contact Kathy Chickarello at Legend Oaks Golf Club, 843-821-4077 ext. 113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel Island Club has joined Wescott Golf Club in serving as a host site for the Charleston PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) chapter, a golf partnership between the PGA of American and the Veterans Administration. The program introduces veterans with disabilities to the game of golf and has grown from six last summer to 40 participants for the spring program that will begin this month. For information contact Rich O’Brien at 843-826-0837 or email@example.com.
Charleston Municipal, with the top four individuals, was an overwhelming winner in the Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association match played at Crowfield Golf Club. Municipal finished with 33 points, followed by Shadowmoss with 12 and Wescott with 9.
Muni’s Ted Kornya was the top individual with 18 points, followed by Dave Steffens with 13, Rich Bull with 11 and Charles Callaway with 10.
Shadowmoss leads the overall standings with 46.5 points. Wescott is second with 37.5 Municipal third with 35.5.
Bill Jenner won the Championship Flight with a score of 74 in the Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour event played at Legend Oaks. Glenn Powell shot 76 to win A Flight. Randy Tame won B Flight with a score of 76. Tommy Hunt won C Flight with an 85. Aaron Chase shot 89 to win D Flight.
April 18-19, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center 16th annual golf tournament, Bulls Bay Golf Club, contact Gordon Robertson at 843-266-5218, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit cydc.org.
April 25: Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic ninth annual Celebrity Golf Invitational, Cassique-Kiawah Island Club, $500 per player, visit bifmc.org.
April 27: Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach 23rd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament, The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek, $375 per player, email email@example.com visit www.olmoutreach.org.
April 30: Berkeley, Summerville and James Island high schools Alumni (30 and older) Golf Tournament, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 1: Knights of Columbus Council 6250 16th annual charity golf tournament, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, $75 per player or $300 per team, contact Ron McNally at 843-789-0687 or email email@example.com.
May 12: PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) Charleston Chapter tournament to benefit veterans with disabilities, Wescott Golf Club, $75 per player, 843-871-2135 or visit wescottgolf.com. In conjunction, Anthony Netto, CEO of the Stand Up and Play Foundation, will conduct a clinic on the driving range. He is the record holder for long driving by a paraplegic and is capable of hitting a golf ball 305 yards.
May 13: The Palmetto Military Support Group will hold a Red White Blue Golf Tournament at Wrenwoods Golf Course, located at Charleston Air Force Base. The entry fee is $45 or $180 per team. Contact Cheryl Clark, this event chair at 843-452-9920, visit palmettomilitarysupportgroup.org or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 14: Inaugural Haygood/Grady Golf Tournament to benefit Roper St. Francis Cancer Care Center and an educational fund for the Haygood boys, Oak Point-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, $185 per player which includes gourmet dinner, call 843-768-3828 or visit haygoodgrady.com.
May 16: Charleston Symphony Orchestra League Swing for the Symphony 2016, Cassique-Kiawah Island Club, $400 per player, $1,600 per foursome, visit csolinc.org or call 843-559-7802.
May 16: Sea Island Habitat for Humanity golf benefit, Ocean Course-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, $475 per player, call 843-768-0998 ext. 112 or register online at seaislandhabitat.org.
May 16: East Cooper Habitat for Humanity golf tournament, Snee Farm Country Club, $150 per player or $500 per team, call (843) 881-2600.
May 16: The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Charleston golf tournament to raise money for scholarships for Lowcountry students, Crowfield Golf Club, $300 per team, contact Bob Kinney at 843-818-8674 or Barry Thomas at 843-729-6469.
May 27-29: 43rd annual Chick Miler Invitational Summerville Country Club, call 843-873-2210 ext. 221.
June 25-26: Summerville Country Club Father/Son-Daughter tournament, call 843-873-2210 ext. 221.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
Ron Collier, Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club, No. 4, 117 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Tom McDavid, Bob Swehla, Bill Trago.
TUESDAY, APRIL 5
Larry Kash, Cassique-Kiawah Island Club, No. 16, 131 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Walter Schlauch, Wayne Mickiewicz, Dan Hubbard.
SUNDAY, APRIL 10
Gary Berenyi, Crowfield Golf Club, No. 4, 142 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Mike Westmoreland, Glenn Stiles, Jerry Joyner.
Rudy Gill, Harbor Course-Wild Dunes Resort, No. 13, 142 yards, 5-iron. Witnesses: Jay Brown, Jim Harlow.
Ben Kramer, Links Course-Wild Dunes Resort, No. 18, 165 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Tony Wagman, Lang Hunter.
MONDAY, APRIL 11
Joseph Gerard Martin, Cougar Point-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, No. 6, 168 yards, 6-iron. Witness: Mark Mentzer.
TUESDAY, APRIL 12
Jim Banks, Summerville Country Club, No. 15, 140 yards. Witnesses: Jack Williams, Bob Kessock, Marty Bunch.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13
Carol Myer, Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club, No. 12, 129 yards, driver. Witnesses: Ginny Reese, Donnette Potter, Irene Bower.