TCC hosts 1916 golf tournament

Published 2:31 pm Friday, September 24, 2010


A little greens keeping has led to some creativity at the Tryon Country Club.

With its greens being aerated, the TCC will host a 1916 Club Championship Saturday to be played on temporary greens that are located in or very near their original location when the Donald Ross-designed course was first opened.

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Prizes will be awarded in gross and net 9- and 18-hole divisions. A $10 entry fee will go to the prize fund.

Players can create their own foursomes or be teamed by the pro shop.

A shotgun start is scheduled for 9 a.m. For information, call the pro shop at 859-9561.

Meadowbrook Seniors

Hugh Bishop and Jim Forrester teamed up to win the two-man low-net tournament Monday at Meadowbrook Golf Club with a net 130.

The teams of Richard Alewine and Marvin Harvey and Bob Bolen and Tal Holloman tied for second place at net 132.


Peggy Woodward won the tie-break with Harlene Harm to take the 18-hole division of the Tryon Womens Golf Associations low-net reverse-to-par tournament on Monday.

The 18-hole group reversed three holes to par, while the 9-hole division reversed two holes to par.

Here are results:

18 holes: 1. Peggy Woodward (58), 2. Harlene Harm (58), 3. Hoppy Long (59).

9 holes: 1. Heidi Shull (25), 2. Bonnie Sakos (28), 3. Patsy Hanskat (28).