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Steve Agazzi wins Jenkins Links title at Charleston Municipal Golf Course

64th Men's City Amateur (copy)

Steve Agazzi won the Jenkins Links Golf Association Club Championship played Nov. 20-21. File/Staff

Steve Agazzi won the Jenkins Links Golf Association Club Championship played Nov. 20-21 at Charleston Municipal Golf Course, where he serves as the course superintendent.

Agazzi posted a 36-hole score of 150. Stephen Perry was the net champion with a score of 146.

Pat Harrington won the senior title with a score of 162 while Bubba Livingston was the senior net champion with a score of 146. Nabila Piper won the women's title.

All champions will represent Jenkins Links in the S.C. Golf Association Tournament of Champions.

CALGA at Seabrook

Cathy Martin of Seabrook won the field low gross title with a score of 83 while Mary Carney of Shadowmoss was the field low net winner with a score of 61 in the Charleston Area Ladies Golf Association (CALGA) tournament played Nov. 16 at Seabrook Island.

Flight winners: First - Diane Eberhard, Seabrook, 87 gross; Evie Wasson, Dunes West, 77 net. Second - Flo Gilson, Seabrook, 96 gross; Linda Travis, Rivertowne, and Candace Royer, Dunes West, 79 net. Third - Suzy Jones, Rivertowne, and Nancy Pondelik, Seabrook, 93 gross; Pat Slagle, Coosaw Creek, 77 net. Fourth - Melodie Murphy, Seabrook, 100 gross; Mary Basel, Shadowmoss, 78 net. Fifth - Stephanie Kelleher, Dunes West, 96 gross; Brenda Griffin, Wescott, 72 net. Sixth - Mary Driscoll, Dunes West, 104 gross; Mary Sudzina, Charleston Municipal, 75 net. Seventh - Chiaki Kight, Shadowmoss, 102 gross; Kim Brueggemann, Rivertowne, 75 net.

Rivertowne's 'Ace'

Rivertowne Country Club member Jay Nuckolls has par-3s at his home course figured out. On Nov. 21 during a member tournament, Nuckolls aced the eighth hole for his second hole in one of the month (third in three months and fourth in the past year). Nuckolls used a 7-iron from 146 yards. Dave Rossi and Jayson Tompkins were the witnesses. He aced No. 17 on Nov. 14. Nuckolls made a hole-in-one on No. 14 at Rivertowne on Dec. 27, 2020 and added another hole-in-one on April 17 at Rivertowne's eighth hole.

Coming up

• March 4-6: Seventh annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship, TPC at Myrtle Beach, field of 90 boys and girls, player applications available at worldjuniorgolfchampionship.com.

Aces

Eddy Anthony, Nov. 2, Snee Farm Country Club, No. 7, 120 yards, gap wedge. Witnesses: Don Campbell, Joe Brant.

Peter Cotton, Nov. 17, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 17, 140 yards, 6-iron. Witness: Andy Cotton.

Mike Lynn, Nov. 17, Cassique-Kiawah Island Club, No. 7, 136 yards, rescue club. Witnesses: Jon Marsh, Jerry Sussman, Bob Kimmel.

Bobby Wilson, Nov. 17, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 17, 130 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Randy Glover, Terry O'Shaugnessy, Joe Padgette.

Jay Nuckolls, Nov. 21, Rivertowne Country Club, No. 8, 146 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Dave Rossi, Jayson Tompkins.

Dave Harper, Nov. 24, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 17, 145 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Kate Harper, Phil Tralies.

Rob McKee, Nov. 24, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, No. 4, 161 yards, 8-iron. Witnesses: Mike Mazza, Joey Polk, Mike Harrison.

Bob Miles, Nov. 27, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 12, 125 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Bill Anderson, Josh Sapolich, Fred Thompson.

Brett Kelley, Nov. 28, Burn Kill-Wescott Golf Club, No. 6, 205 yards, 5-iron. Witnesses: Kane Ateshian, Darren Sanders, Colby Steere.

Andrew Slotin, Nov. 28, Patriots Point Links, No. 7, 129 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Travis Barnett, George Slotin.

A hole-in-one should be reported by the golf course. Please email aces to braswellsports@hotmail.com and to sportsdesk@postandcourier.com.

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