From the Fringe

Staff Report

Pinecrest Senior Shootout

Clyde and Willie Jacobs continued their run through the Pinecrest Senior Shootout with a five-stroke win in the championship flight on Thursday.

Knocky Thorndyke and Bill Bulloch earned a runner-up finish. W.C. Meares and Lee Hunt took top honors in the first flight, with Ronnie Freeman and Bob Slahetka taking second.

Bulloch and Frank Clawson were the closest-to-the-flag winners.

The next Pinecrest Senior Shootout will be Thursday with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.

Fairmont Senior Shootout

Clyde and Willie Jacobs earned a three-stroke victory in the championship flight of the Fairmont Senior Shootout on Tuesday, edging out J.T. Powers and Phillip Bradford.

Delton Burns and Vinson Chavis won the first flight, with Knocky Thorndyke and Billy Bulloch taking second.

Bradley Butler and Jimmy Waddell took top honors in the second flight, with Jimmy and Tommy Dyson earning a runner-up finish.

D.J. Jones had the shot of the day with a hole-in-one on the par-3 15th, earning closest-to-the-pin honors with Willie Jacobs and Phillip Bradford. It was the first ace for Jones, who used a pitching wedge from 108 yards to hole the shot. The shot was witnessed by Butler, Waddell and Jim Rogers

The next Fairmont Senior Shootout will be Tuesday with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.

Fairmont’s week in review

Dennis Moore, Mike Tyson and Jasper Jackson won the Old Hackers League.

Fairmont Golf Club will host a super ball tournament on Saturday with a noon shotgun start. This will be a four-person super ball format with a cost of $30 for members and $40 for non-members. The entry fee includes cart and greens fees, lunch, meal after play and prizes. Call the pro shop at 910-628-9931 to sign up.

Best rounds posted this week include:

Ronald Moore – 70

David Sessions – 70

Donald Arnette – 71

Bill Link – 72

Eddie Butler – 72

Aaron Maynor – 73

Mark Smith – 73

James Barron – 76

Brian Davis – 76

Staff Report

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