Katelyn Dambaugh, who finished second in the 2010 U.S. Junior Girls Championship, heads a trio of area golfers who will be competing in the U.S. Junior championships this week.

Dambaugh and Reona Hirai of Summerville are both participating in the U.S. Junior Girls Championship at Lake Merced in Daly, Calif.

Richard Hubbard of Daniel Island qualified for the U.S. Junior Boys Championship, which will be played at The Golf Club of New England in Stratham, N.H.

Both events begin Monday and continue through Saturday.

Carolinas-Virginias team matches

Women golfers representing South and North Carolina, along with Virginia and West Virginia, will be participating in the 2012 Carolinas- Virginias Team Matches Monday through Wednesday at Bulls Bay Golf Club. Lea Anne Brown of Mount Pleasant is the Carolinas women’s captain. Anna Martin of Charleston is also on the Carolinas team.

Hirai wins CPGA Jr.

Reona Hirai of Summerville shot 71-71—142 to win the girls title in the Carolinas PGA Junior, played at the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University in Conway. Katelyn Dambaugh of Goose Creek and Louise Oxner of Greenville tied for second at 144.

Joint Base

R.J. Keur shot 139 and scored a 14-stroke victory in the Joint Base Golf Championship. Tony Walters and Adam Hall were second with totals of 153. Rick Parish won the seniors (55-64) with a score of 159 and Joe Schneider won the super seniors (65-plus with a total of 139.

Charleston Interclub

Crowfield won the Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association match played at Crowfield, posting a score of +7. Wescott was second at -1 and Charleston Municipal third at -3. Jim Buzon of Wescott was the top individual with 8 points, while Dave Steffens of Charleston Municipal was second with 6.

Wescott leads the overall standings with 78½ points with Stono Ferry at close second at 77. Crowfield is third with 68.

Ace on a par 4

Dave Snyder made a hole-in-one on a par 4 June 23 at Charleston National Country Club. Snyder used a driver to ace the 336-yard sixth hole. His witnesses were Eric Savastano and Bill Jenneman.

Summerville CC wins Pro-Junior

Pro Bray Blanton and amateurs Christian Woods, Barron Knight and Brodie Blanton birdied the first hole of sudden death after tying for first place at 58 with Columbia Country Club and Spring Valley Country Club in the S.C. Junior Golf Association’s Pro-Junior event played at Woodlands Country Club in Columbia.

Summerville CC Father-Son/Daughter

Tod and Brady Cox were the overall champions with a score of 59-60—119 in the Father-Son/Daughter golf tournament at Summerville Country club. The Coxes also won the first flight with a net score of 127. Other flight winners (net) were: second — Jim and Jimmy Harrell, 129; third — Tom and Ben Jeter, 131; fourth — Mark and David Boyd, 135; and fifth — Glenn and Billy Huggins, 133.

Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour

Mark Ducker won a two-hole playoff over Dan Wanner after both golfers posted 75s in the A flight of the Charleston Golf Week Amateur Tour event played at Legend Oaks. David Lawrence won the B flight with a 78, Wayne Carter shot 90 to win C flight and Sean Gilpin posted a 91 to win D flight.


Tuesday-Wednesday: 58th annual Al Esposito Junior Championship, Municipal Golf Course, $50, age groups from 9-under through 15-17, call (843) 795-6517.

Friday: Junior Open in memory of Dr. Roy Meyers, Summerville Country Club, $25, age groups 7-18, call (843) 873-2210 ext. 1.

Saturday: Dorchester District 2 Athletic Hall of Fame golf tournament, Summerville Country Club, $60, call (843) 873-2210 ext. 1.

July 28: Edward Jones/Stuff the Bus Golf Tournament, Crowfield Golf and Country Club, $100 per player, visit golfdigestplanner.com/ 21243-Stuff the Bus Golf.

Aug. 20: Third annual Wounded Warrior Tournament, Coosaw Creek Country Club, visit golfdigestplanner.com/21212-smga.

Aug. 31-Sept. 2: 53rd Berkeley Invitational, Berkeley Country Club, $170 per player, entry deadline is Aug. 27, call (843) 761-4653 or visit berkeleycc.com.



Rich O’Brien, Summerville Country Club, No. 15, 162 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Malissa Ward, Nancy Shows.


David Spence, Pine Forest Country Club, No. 17, 135 yards, pitching wedge. Witnesses: Jim Carlton, Don Brown, Gary Ramage.


Max Thomas, Osprey Point- Kiawah Island Golf Resort, No. 6, 120 yards, pitching wedge. Witness: John Thomas.


Mark McDivitt, Harbor Course-Wild Dunes Resort, No. 3, 144 yards, 8-iron. Witness: Mark Angelino.


Dave Snyder, Charleston National Country Club, No. 6, 336 yards, driver. Witnesses: Eric Savastano, Bill Jenneman.


Chris Barth, Snee Farm Country Club, No. 7, 104 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Cynthia Andereck, Andrea Lowry, Diane Smith.


Dick Rackovich, Crooked Oaks-Seabrook Island Club, No. 5, 145 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Dick McGuire, Ray Gorski, Paul DePalma.


Josh Malone, Snee Farm Country Club, No. 17, 186 yards, 3-iron. Witnesses: Greg Malone, David Malone, Leon Leggett, Andy Burch, Jamie Wilson.

Wayne Marshall, Osprey Point-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, No. 3, 156 yards, 6-iron. Witnesses: Greg Peterson, Daniel Peterson.


Frank Antonelli, Bulls Bay Golf Club, No. 7, 152 yards, 7-iron. Witnesses: Debbie Antonelli, Joey Antonelli, Frankie Antonelli, Patrick Antonelli.


Jack Williams, Summerville Country Club, No. 15, 140 yards, 6-iron. Witnesses: Steve Hutchinson, Mark Meyers.


Alexander David Macinanti, Cougar Point-Kiawah Island Golf Resort, No. 6, 136 yards, 9-iron. Witnesses: Anthony Macinanti, Jake Macinanti.

A hole-in-one should be reported by the golf course. To report an ace, contact Tommy Braswell at (843) 937-5591, fax (843) 937-5579 or email braswell@postandcourier.com.