Terry Rickson of Charleston Municipal won field low gross honors with a score of 83 while Lynda Bartmeyer won field low net with a score of 64 in the Charleston Area Ladies Golf Association (CALGA) tournament played at Crowfield Golf Club.

Flight winners: First — Sandy Bland, 86 gross; Lynne Fleming, Crowfield, 67 net. Second — Dianne Bowler, Shadowmoss, 90 gross; Barbara Ambler-Naples, Crowfield, 66 net. Third — Jane Weisman, Shadowmoss, 95 gross; Lisa Tang, Crowfield, 66 net. Fourth — Darlene Ryan, Coosaw Creek, and Ande Savana, Stono Ferry, 103 gross; Becky Arndt, Wescott, 69 net.

C of C women win second title

The College of Charleston women's golf team won its second event of the spring season at the Red Rocks Invitational played March 24-25 in Sedona, Arizona. The Cougars shot 909, six ahead of runner-up Portland State. In February the College of Charleston won the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Spring Classic. The Red Rocks win was coach Jamie Futrell's 25th victory at the College of Charleston and 28th overall.

WSCGA Team Championship

Dawn Woodward of Thornblade Club and Sue Churchich of Belfair combined for a 2-under-par score of 142 and won their sixth consecutive Women's South Carolina Golf Association Team Championship played at Dolphin Head Golf Club on Hilton Head Island.

Lea Anne Brown of Bulls Bay and Lea Venable of Holly Tree finished second, one shot back. Victoria Tsurutis of Charleston Municipal and Emily Rapp of the Preserve at Verdae placed third at 144.

Coming up

• April 10: RiverDogs 13th annual Saint Paddyshack Tournament to benefit MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital, Harbor Course-Wild Dunes Resort, $600 for foursomes, $175 for individuals, contact Lisa at

• April 16: My Sisters House Golf Tournament, Coosaw Creek Country Club, register by March 27, $125 per player or $400 per team, email or call 843-480-1905.

• April 20: Trident Health Golf Tournament benefiting American Heart Association, Crowfield Golf Club, contact Jim Parker at 843-452-5861 or email

• April 23: Knights of Columbus Councils 8900 and 11910 17th annual HOPE Golf Classic, Coosaw Creek Country Club, $80 per player, contact Don Cronin at 843-209-4918.

• May 5: William Brian Moody Foundation Golf Tournament, Pine Forest Country Club, benefits the William Brian Moody '86 Memorial Scholarship at Clemson and the Roper Foundation Patient Assistance Fund, sign up by April 1, information, Will Moody at 843-323-7729 or Ben Moody at 843-323-7730.

• May 10: Kiwanis Club of Moncks Corner Golf Tournament, Berkeley Country Club, $65 per player, $260 per team, contact Lynn Smith at 843-312-0621 or

• May 14: Third annual Ohio State University Alumni Club of Charleston outing to raise funds for scholarships for Lowcountry students attending OSU, Crowfield Golf Club, $75 per person, $300 per team. Contact Bob at 843-818-8674 or Barry at 843-729-6469.

• May 21: Ninth annual East Cooper Habitat for Humanity Golf Tees to House Keys tournament, Snee Farm Country Club, $150 per player or $500 per team, contact Christine at 843-881-2600 ext. 201.


Kevin Lyden, March 7, Country Club of Charleston, No. 3, 160 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Wayne Marshall, John McNeil.

John Gratiot, March 14, Yeamans Hall Club, No. 6, 165 yards, 6-iron. Witnesses: Doug Dunnan, Kevin Costello, Brian Boss.

Bill Cattorini, March 17, Coosaw Creek Country Club, No. 15, 178 yards, 5-hybrid. Witnesses: Jack Frost, Randy Nelson, John Radak.

Allyn Jones, March 17, RiverTowne Country Club, No. 8, 115 yards, 9-iron. Witnesses: Joe Daly, Howard Greenbaum, Keith Civil.

Parker Cleveland, March 18, Pine Forest Country Club, No. 17, 140 yards, wedge. Witnesses: Jack Tupper, Ray Lauman, Lee Besse, Denny Miller.

Katherine LeDoyen, March 18, Links at Stono Ferry, No. 14, 65 yards, 8-iron.

Ron Ellis, March 24, Dunes West Golf & River Club, No. 17, 164 yards, 4-rescue. Witnesses: Adrian Wewers, Joe Zinaich, Ron D'Alessandro.

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