Friday, April 25, 2014
The fifth match of the Charleston Area Menís Interclub Golf Association 2014 season was played April 7 at Summerville Country Club.
The weather forecast had been rain for Sunday and Monday, but the rain held off until the golfers finished and scores reflected the good conditions.
There were 127 players in the competition, almost a full house for an Interclub event.
The Legend Oaks team played the best overall to come in with a plus 41. Dunes West (+36) and Wescott (+32) rounded out the Top 3.
Trailing were Shadowmoss (+29), Charleston Municipal (+25), Summerville (+24), Pine Forest (+23), Berkeley (+22), Crowfield (+19), Charleston National (+18), Stono Ferry (+12), Rivertowne (+10) and Coosaw Creek (-4).
Individual honors went to Stan Petrovich from Wescott who came in with a plus 15. Ed Rose (+14) of Dunes West and Ross Penley (+11) of Berkeley rounded out the Top 3. Full individual results can be found at chsinterclub.org.
In the team point standings, Charleston Municipal surged into the lead, replacing Pine Forest in the top spot by a 5-point margin. The biggest move of the day was the Legend Oaks team, moving up three spots from 11th place eighth. Wescott, Dunes West and Shadowmoss also moved up two spots each with excellent team play.
Charleston Municipal now has 48.5 points while Pine Forest has 48 and Shadowmoss has 42. Trailing are Charleston National (41) and Wescott Plantation (41), Dunes West (40), Stono Ferry (37.5), Legend Oaks (36), Berkeley (32), Coosaw (29.5), Crowfield (27), Rivertowne (21.5) and Summerville (21).
The next match is scheduled for 9 a.m. at Coosaw Creek Country Club.
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