Ironwood played host to the 19th annual Jenni K Jewelry Ladies Invitational last week with Angela Stewart claiming the low gross score in the championship flight.

Stewart shot a 74 to win the title.

Carole Jones took second with an 80.

Kim Briel was the winner of the net division of the flight finishing with a 75. Second was Jolie Shore wigh a 78.

The first flight’s gross title went to Sharon Henke, who carded an 87. Second went to Linda McCallister finishing with a 91.

Net winner was Dianne Delaney, who finished at 73. Tonya Rowslowski was second, posting an 80.

Debbie Pruitt finishing atop the second flight’s gross division with a 95, with Cherly Newbold taking second at 124.

The “Niners” division, in which the player played only nine holes, saw Pam Anderson take low gross with a 46. Deb Hanson was second with a 52.


Ayden Country Club will play host to its 15th annual Toys for Tots Tournament on December 7. The event will us a superball as its format. A shotgun start will be held at 10 a.m.

The entry fee is $50 for individuals and $200 for four-person teams. In addition, each golfer should bring an unwrapped toy or gift valued at least $10.

Prizes will be awarded for first and second place. There will also be a raffle and a catered meal following play. Each golfer will have one mulligan and no more than a par will be scored. Players will be allowed to lift and clean and replace the ball no more than one club length and no closer to the hole.

A long drive contest will be held on the 10th hole and closest to the pins will be held on holes 4 and 17.

Should a tie for first place occur, a playoff will start on the first hole.

Players aged 18-54 will play the white tees; ages 55-64, the green tees; ages 65 and older, the yellow tees. Ladies and men 80 and older will use the red tees.

Ayden also held its Men’s Golf Association championship tournament with Zach Heath coming away with the championship.

It didn’t come easily, however. Heath had to go four holes in a playoff before beating out Dexter Garner.

Kelly Stancill scored an eagle on the seventh hole. The shot was witnessed by his father, Len Stancill.

Brook Valley

Brook Valley played host to the East Carolina University Letter-Winners tournament last week with over 120 golfers participating.

The group played in foursomes in a captain’s choice format. In addition to the letter-winners, members of the ECU Sports Hall of Fame, along with several other contributors made up the field.

First place, shooting a 56, went to Will Pope, Mike Cato, Ben Beach and Phillip Real. Second with a 58 were Kelly Stimart, Roger Newsome, David Waggoner and Mark Arcilesi. Finishing in third place were Kevin Miller (a Hall of Fame member), Dan Stibling, Jonathan Hill and Mason Bryan, who finished with a 61.

The club also played host to the ElectriCities Annual Golf Outing. Golfers from several towns and energy companies took part.

First place went to David Lee (City of Wilson), Brady Pinner (Wedgewood) Joey Camm and Brock Godwin (BB&T). The team carded a 49.

Mike McKee (FedEx), Will Hilliard (The East Group), Scott Mullis and Kelly Mayo (GUC) posted a 56 to take second place. Third, with a 60, went to Eddie Braxton, Bill Wilson, Eddie Johnson and Trey Lewis (all representing the Town of Scotland Neck).


Debbie Pruitt and Leslie Bailey were the top winners in last week’s Ladies Day at Ironwood.

Pruitt was the gross flight winner while Bailey took the net bracket.

Belle Prusinowski was second in the gross flight and Dianne Delaney finished second. In the net flight, Jan Thornton was second.

Delaney won low putts with 17 while Bailey, Pruitt and Prusinowski tied for second with 18 each. Thornton was third with 19.

Birdies were scored by Pruditt and Thornton, both on the 17th hole.


Washington Yacht and Country Club will hold a Parent-Child golf tournament on Saturday, November 23. A 10 a.m. shotgun start will be held.

The format will be a two-person captain’s choice. The cost is $25 for the parent with no charge for the child.

The winning team will receive a $50 gift card to Marabellas.

The event is hoped to become an annual affair.

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