Recreation Results and Standings, Oct. 17

info@islandpacket.comOctober 17, 2012 

CHIPS & PUTTS

Bear Creek

Results of tournament held Oct. 11 and 12; Format: Championship; Championship Flight: Renee Rezzetano; First Flight net: Diane Myers, Second Flight net: Linda Wittstock, Third Flight net: Marion Foster.

Country Club of Hilton Head

Results of Men's day tournament held Oct. 13; Format: 2 better ball of 4; 1. John Winnestaffer, Dave Lunka, Jerry Dees, Jim Davies; 2. Dave Palmetier, Bob Smith, Max Schlitter, Bill Clark; Closest to the Pin -- John Winnestaffer.

Results of Couples-Mixed Pairs Championship held Oct. 13; 1. Jerry and Lorretta Cutrer; 2. Bob and Barbara von Bremen; 3. Andy and Chris Kohlhepp.

Dolphin Head

Results of tournament held Oct. 11-13; Format: Match Play; 1. John McReynolds, 2. Jim Dharte; Flight 1 -- 1. Jim Walsh, 2. Mike Moore; Flight 2 -- 1. Ron Wittekind, 2. Art Leesman; Consolation: 1. Kirt Eaton, 2. Frank Bennett; Senior Flight -- Low Gross: Dieter Meuderscheid, Low Net: Ken Beadling, 2nd net: Bill Rupp.

Okatie Creek

Results of WGA 18-Hole tournament held Oct. 11; Format: Low Net-White Tees; Flight 1 - 1. Charlotte Jeffrey; Flight 2 - 1. Sheila Divvens, 2. Ann Tullie, 3. Eva Dion, 4. Sue Gordon; Flight 3 - 1. Sandy Tooley, 2. Betty McMillion, 3. Jean Nerone, 4. (tie) Marilyn Schaefer, Joyce Sargent; Flight 4 - 1. Connie Davidson, 2. Brenda Carter, 3. Sandy Antonacio.

Rose Hill

Results of MGA Men's Day tournament held Oct. 13; Format: Format: Blind Draw - 3 of 4; 1. Jack Diver, Tod Powers, Mike Burnce, Greg Vavoso; 2. Jerry Wells, Hud Molloy, Ed Scott, John Bryan; Low Net -- George Kelly; Closest to the Pin -- Don Kelsey.

Wexford Plantation

Results of tournament held Oct. 4-6; Format: Five 9 hole Match Play; Overall Champion -- Peter Keber/Steve Dey; Overall Runner-Up -- Rick Anderson/Rich Anderson.

TENNIS

Hilton Head Island Tennis Leagues

Super Senior 60s standings

M3.0 -- Moss Creek Tornadoes in first at 5-2

W3.0 -- SPCC White Lightning in first at 5-0; clinched championship

M3.5 -- Flight 1: PDTC in first at 4-1; Flight II: Spring Lake Remnants in first at 6-0; playoffs next

W3.5 -- Flight 1: Moss Creek Aces, Wexford Sassy Super Ladies tied in first at 5-1; Flight 2: PRRC Royal Ladies in first at 7-0; playoff next

M4.0 -- Port Royal Whipping Boys in first at 7-0

W4.0 -- PD Har-Tru Believers in first at 5-0

M4.5 -- Palmetto Dunes only team entered

W4.5 -- Long Cove Club only team entered

Super Senior 70s standings

M3.0 -- Fiddler's Cove USTA B's in first at 4-1

M3.5 -- Spring Lake Spare Parts in first at 4-1; clinched championship

W3.5 -- Spring Lake Stingers in first at 7-0; clinched championship

M4.0 -- Island Retreads, Indigo Run tied in first at 2-1; Retreads clinch on fewer games lost

W4.0 -- Port Royal The Whacketts only team entered

Super Senior 75s standings

M3.0 -- Fiddler's Cove USTA B's 2 in first at 5-0; clinched championship

M3.5 -- Shipyard Old Timers in first at 3-2

Coastal Carolina Tennis Leagues

Super Senior 60s standings

M3.0 -- Sun City Ball Busters in first at 5-1; clinched championship

W3.0 -- Sun City Volley Dolls in first at 6-0; clinched championship

M3.5 -- Sun City Challengers, Sun City Court Busters, Sun City 2nd Serves tied in first at 5-2; Challengers clinch on most courts won

W3.5 -- Sun City Racquet Rulers in first at 6-1; clinched championship

M4.0 -- Hampton Lakers, Sun City Sun Strokes tied in first at 8-1; Lakers clinch on most courts won

W4.0 -- Spring Island Spring Chix in first at 4-1; clinched championship

Super Senior 70s standings

M3.0 -- Sun City Baseliners only team entered

W3.0 -- Sun City Golden Girls only team entered

M3.5 -- Dataw Hurricanes, Callawassie Islanders tied in first at 4-1; Hurricanes clinch on most courts won

W3.5 -- Sun City Ya Yas in first at 5-0; clinched championship

M4.0 -- Sun City Retreads in first at 5-1; clinched championship

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