Searing back nine sparks Woodholme pair to win

The Woodholme Country Club pair of Sheldon Kalish and Terry Mayer burned the back nine with a 31, including birdies on the last three holes, to capture the Baltimore two-man team golf championship at Mount Pleasant.

Kalish set up the late Woodholme charge when he birdied the 16th hole of the second round. Then, Mayer took over, dropping birdie putts at the 17th and 18th, giving the team a 136 total. Their individual rounds were 68 and 68, 6-under-par.


The rally nipped two challenging teams by a stroke. Defending champions Bill Stout of Germantown and Dave Rasley of Lakewood had 71-66-137. Tied for second were Joel Kaye of Woodholme and Dave Fenichel of Tantallon with 69-68-137.

Another stroke back were the teams of Ray Daue (Greystone) and Al Mank (CC of Md.) 70-68-138 and Tim Dilli (Hunt Valley) and Adrian Druzgala (Hobbits Glen) 70-68-138.




* Md. Golf: The foursome of Jim Griffin, Butch Mattheu, Don Gurney and Harry Pippin led team play with a 197 score. Other leaders were: 198-Dave Kuchta, Gil Bresnick, Charles Florial and Mike Drossner; 199-Steve Allen, Sid Price, Jack Nichols and Bob Fritschi.

* Rolling Road: A three-way tie in the Redding Memorial Tournament forced a playoff to be staged at a later date. Tied for first place were: Jack Miller 80-12-68, Vince Sullivan 81-13-68 and Warren Cooper 83-15-68.

Dick Renehan won low gross with 76.

* Hunt Valley: Foursome play was led by the team of Bryan Gately, Jeff Wellner, Bob Enten and Carol Corbin, scoring 45. Second place went to the foursome of Chris Hidalgo, Carmine Picanelli, Ken Thompson and Bill Drussell with a score of 46. Tied for third with scores of 47 were the teams of Bill Tignanelli, Gary Kyer, Chip King and Anne Lambdin and Bill Cooper, Robert Liberto, Jim Grem and Gale Feland.

* C.C. of Md.: Winning teams in the club's senior competition were 65-Bill Owen, Jack Dougherty, R.J. Long and Lee Jones; 67-Charles Wingfield, Joe Lance, Bob Ford and Dick Franke; and 67-Bud Rice, Ken McNamara, Gene Lance and Ed Mallinson.

* Woodholme: The men's club championship was completed with Leonard Grossman winning the fourth flight final, defeating Gary Becker.


* Green Spring: Using a format similar to that of the Ryder Cup matches, Peter Martin and his guest, Pat Tallent, were overall winners of the club's invitational tournament, scoring a 283 net score for the 54-hole event. Overall gross winners with a 318 total were Sandy Martin and Robert Jermain.

Other winning combinations were: Bo Jarrett and Jim Wilkerson with 150 in team totals, Preston Athey and Bill Moeller with 71 in alternate shots, and Jeff Amling and Dave Bannaster with 64 in better ball play.

The overall runners-up were Neil Mitchell and Michael Hinder with a 291 net score.

* Chartwell: A gross score of 73 by Mike Gillis and Linda Hickman swept top honors in the mixed two-ball championship. ZTC Low net leaders were Rick and Kathy Page 90-29-61, Stu and Lee Crow 92-30-62 and Jim and Jean Adams 82-20-62.

Steve Dulin captured the club's senior championship, defeating Mort Creech in the final.

* Wakefield: Gary Witt closed as top ranked player for 1991 in the Wakefield Valley Men's Club League competition. He was followed by Mike Myers, Jack Curtis, Nate Jenkins and Howard Fryimier.


Steve Bosley scored a hole-in-one on the 165-yard fifth hole of the green course.

* Carroll Park: Art Smith was winner of the Fall Championship, scoring 74 and 68 for a 142 total for 36 holes. Bernard Bell was second with 75-74-149.

Other flight leaders were: (A)-Tony Franklin 156 and Billy Smith 160; (B)-Ray Hartline Sr. 163 and Charles Smith 177; (C)-Paul Burchell 171 and Horace Thompson 191.

* Rocky Point: Ray Schiurman starred in the fall championship, scoring a hole-in-one to win the event's D-flight with a net score of 69.

Ray Boswell, competing in B-flight, was overall winner with 66. Tom Sacker's 67 won A-flight and Pete Conti won C-flight with 68.

* Turf Valley: Low gross leaders after 18 holes of the 36-hole Couples Tournament were Fred and Joan Lins 164 and Ken Ellison and Mary Buettner 172. Low net pacesetters were Lou Miller and Nedra Walton at 146 and Dick and Betty Ann Robinson at 148.