Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Earlier this month Legend Oaks won its second straight Charleston Area Men’s Interclub Golf Association match.
The sixth match of the 2014 season was played May 5 at the Coosaw Creek Country Club. Legend Oaks came in with 18 points to win the event and the host team was just behind with 15 points.
RiverTowne came in with 14 points to claim third place.
“The weather was superb, the course was set up very well and 127 competitors vied for prizes and team points for their respective club,” association president Mike Phillips said. “Our appreciation goes to host interclub director, Steve Windich, for having volunteers on the course to ranger and keep the pace of play moving, and spotters to help out on select holes.
“As usual, the excellent staff at Coosaw Creek provided a very nice course setup and quick score posting.”
Trailing were Berkeley (8 points), Shadowmoss (7), Crowfield (5), Stono Ferry (-1), Wescott Plantation (-3), Charleston National (-4), Pine Forest (-5), Dunes West (-7), Charleston Municipal (-8) and Summerville (-26).
Individual honors went to Greg Martin from RiverTowne who finished with a plus 10 score. Jack Heidenreich from Dunes West (+8), and Dick Ramsdell from Legend Oaks (+7) rounded out the Top 3.
Visit chsinterclub.org for full results and further association information.
In the yearly team standings, Pine Forest regained first place by a point. The team enters the next match with 52 points. With its back-to-back victories, Legend Oaks (51) has moved from 11th place to a tie for second with Shadowmoss (51).
Trailing are Charleston Municipal (50.5), Wescott (47), Charleston National (46), Stono Ferry (44.5), Dunes West (43), Berkeley (42), Coosaw Creek (41.5), Crowfield (35), RiverTowne (32.5) and Summerville (22).
“The overall team competition is very close right now with only 7.5 points separating the top seven teams,” Phillips said. “With seven matches to go for 2014, it looks to be a close race to the end.”
The next Interclub match is 9 a.m. June 2 at Wescott Plantation.
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