Avalon Golf Club

Jim Minnick shot a 73 to win an Old Friends Athletic Association Memorial Tournament to the heroes of 9/11 on Tuesday. Jim Faulk (76) was second, one stroke ahead of Mike Layton. Paul Rowe (61) won low net. Minnick and Ed Gheysens tied for second at 67, followed by Faulk, Layton and Jack Rothwell at 69.

Leading Scores by flight: (Gross/net): A — Minnick (73/67); B — Joe Larkin (85/72); C — Rowe (81[61); D — Tom Kelly (89/72)

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Closest to the pin — Greg Ferrari, 5 feet, 2 inches; Jim Malloy 8-10.

Weekly match play — Faulk, 25 points; Rothwell, 23; Dave Cistone, 20.

B.L. England at Green Tree

Bunny Sheeron, Debbie Bolis, Beth Wasilewski, Gloria Fernandes had a 195 in a Surprise Tournament (handicaps were totaled and then halved for each team). Cathy Connor, Pat McCann, Joann Burns and AnneMarie Glenn had a196 for second.

Alyssa Harris, Paula Finnerty, Rikki Muzslay and Pat Gazsi-won low net with a 131. Alice Booth, Nancy Ryan, Melissa Juliano and Gail Davis were second at 135. Marge Coach, Joanne Sankey, Claire Moyer and MaryAnne Jones were third with a 143.

Greate Bay Country Club

Tracey Didonato, Karen Johnson and Ginny Dudas won an ABCD Tournament on Tuesday with a 134. Mary Hughes, Bunny Bennett and Annette Lombardo were second at 141 on a match of cards with Jane Davis, Jan Smith and Bobbie Lutz.

Linwood Country Club

Laurie Wagenheim, Diane Vogel, Judy Laughlin and Sandi Mackler won low gross in a Closing Day Tournament on Wednesday. France Hermann, Amy Remer, Ilene Daniels and Robin Mintz won low net with Jayne Suskin, Barbara Goldstein and Bethanie Gorny second. Robin Pritz, Hillary Matison, Paula Gardner and Susan Lang were third.

Closest to the pin — Robin Mintz (Hole 3), Cheryl Kaplan (Hole 6)

Susan Adelman had an eagle on the second hole.

Mays Landing Country Club

Rich Hawthorne won Flight A of the Ocean City Men’s Tuesday Senior Golf League with a 79.55 percent score.

Flight B — Jim Hurston, 93.75; Flight C — Hank Dugan, 79.17.

McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links

Larry Trulli of Ocean City qualified to take a shot in the Atlantic Auto Group Million Dollar Shootout on Friday at McCullough’s Emertald Golf Links. Trulli did not hit an ace from 165 yards on the 18th fairway, but he did win a 2013 membership to McCullough’s. He was closest to the pin from 150 yards at 15 feet, 4 inches to qualify for the shootout. Roger Reed was second at 21-5. Jane Satterthwaite led the women in the competition.

Rick Bechtel shot a nine-hole 32 to win low gross in the Thursday Night League on Sept. 6.

Closest to the pin - Steve Sladek, Bechtel.

Scats - John Iside, Bechtel, John Kronberger.

Vineyard Golf at Renault

Young Ahn, Kathy Callender and Dorothy Torrchio tied for first in an Even Holes Tournament.

Wildwood Golf and Country Club

Colleen Purdy, Linda Dunne, Bob Johnson and Buck Purdy won low gross in a Sadie Hawkins Tournament on Wednesday. Terry Chila, Deb Danis, Curt Clifford and Bob O’Donnell were second with Barb Noel, Cathy Hasson, Bob Noel and Jack Hasson third.

Nancy McKelvey, Rose Killian, John McKelvey and Leon Bellapigna won low net. Nancy Schaffer, Marie McFadden, David Schaffer and Don Mackerell took second with Ida Trimboli, Betsy Hession, George Hopper and Harry Hession third.


Ray Bolis of Egg Harbor Township and Port Charlotte, Fla., aced the 120-yard 16th hole at McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links on Monday with a 9-iron. Bill Stecklein and Don Decker witnessed.

Mike Angelo of Egg Harbor Township used a 6-iron to hit a hole-in-one on the 160-yard second hole at McCullough’s on Monday. Randy Ballier and Tom Hunt witnessed.

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