The tournament format is superball and the cost is $75 per person; silver, gold and platinum sponsorships are also available.
Registration and lunch, which is included in the tournament fee, begin at 11 a.m. The shotgun start is set for 1 p.m. Cash prizes will be awarded the top three teams.
On the course last week at Pinecrest, Ron Jones made his ninth eve hole-on-one, knocking in his tee shot on No. 7. Jones now has two aces on Nos, 2, 10 and 12 at Pinecrest, and three on No. 7
The team of Tom Taylor, Robert Lawson, Mark Smith and Jimmy Lawson shot a 15-under-par 57 on Tuesday to take first place in the Lumberton Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf tournament, which was played at Fairmont Golf Course. The second place team, with a 59, was Phillip Wallwork, Bruce Mullis, Travis Mullis and Johnathan Blue, and the third place team, with a 59, included Lee Todd, Joey Todd, Ean Payne and Elvin Matthews.
Blue, Truman Lowery, Jordan Kettlewell and Danny Odum won closest-to-the-hole prizes.
The annual ‘CC&CC Golf Tournament will be held May 10 at the Fairmont Golf Course in Fairmont. The registration fee is $50 per person, which includes includes lunch, free practice balls, and carts. Cost for a hole-sponsorship is $100 each.
The format is four-person superball. The first place team will split $400 in cash, second place will split $300 in cash, and the eighth place will split $200. There will be prizes for the longest drive, most accurate drive, and closest to the pin.
Registration begins at 10 a.m. and tee time is 12:30 p.m. Lunch is provided by McDonald’s and free beverages.
For registration or sponsorship applications, call Darlene Jacobs or Jim Kennedy at (910) 738-5204.
Texas Scramble winners from April 18 were Tim Parnell, John Potter, John Lahey, Scott Wester and Tim Rice.
Texas Scramble two ball winners from April 20 were Mel Britt, John Potter, Wilkie Lowry, Stan Winberry and Chris Adams.
Tommy Sipka and Mel Britt won the championship flight of the Senior Shootout on Tuesday, Charlie Carter and Phil Walters won the first flight, and Everett Davis and Paul Stone Jr. won the third flight. Tim Parnell, Jerry Jolly, Charles Hickman, Scott Townsend, Wilkie Lowry and Tommy Sipka won special events.