Peele: Greenville natives qualify for tournament
By Woody Peele
The Daily Reflector
Sunday, July 7, 2019
Nic Brown, currently a summer intern at Brook Valley Country Club, a Greenville native and a graduate of D.H. Coley, tied for medalist honors at the 105th Carolinas Amateur Championship sectional qualifying at Brian Creek in Raleigh last week.
Brown, who now lives in Wendell, shot a five-under par 67, along with Caden Baker of Mebane.
Both qualified for the finals, to be played at the Governor's Club in Chapel Hill later this month.
Twenty-one other golfers also made the cut and will also advance.
Among those is Andrew Sapp of Greenville with a one-under 71, tying for tenth.
Davis Fisher of Greenville missed the cut, shooting an 8-over 80.
Greenville Country Club's Men's Night resulted in a three-way tie for first place. Chris Holcomb and Ashley Rolfe, Mike Brothers and Ronnie Leggett tied with Kenny Watkins and John Custardo.
Fourth place went to Jim Slowinski and Bob Shaw.
The format for next Wednesday's Men's Night is a four-man Texas scramble. Golfers may make up their own teams. Call the golf shop by 2 p.m. Wednesday to sign up.
Debbie Pruitt and Bell Prusinowski tied for first place gross in Wednesday's LGA Play Day at Ironwood.
Leslie Bailey captured first place in the net division with Carol Kulikowski finishing second.
Pruitt and Prusinowski tied for low putts with 15 each. Kuilowski finished second with 20 and Bailey was third with 21.
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