Recreation Highlights (Nov. 1)

From staff reportsOctober 31, 2012 


Ladies 700 series

•  Michelle Kochanski | Kochanski rolled games of 247, 237 and 223 for a 707 series with the Surfside Classic.

Youth 600-700 series

•  Austin Smothers | Smothers rolled a 617 series with high game of 223 with the Surfside Great Whites.

•  Patrick Christenson | Christenson had a 243 game and 616 series in the Surfside Great Whites.

280-299 Games

•  Grant Ramberg | Ramberg rolled the first eleven strikes for a 298 game and weeks high series of 772 with the Surfside Classic.

•  Hollie Wicker | Wicker bowled the last eleven strikes for a 290 game and 761 series for the Heritage League at Surfside Beach.

•  Richard LaRiviere | LaRiviere had ten strikes for a 284 game in the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

•  Sean Harrelson | Harrelson bowled an eleven strike 280 game for a 705 series with the Surfside Classic.


•  From the scoresheets | Karen Brown had a nice 247-688 set with the Wednesday Fun League at Waccamaw.



•  John Cain | John Cain eagled the 445-yard par-5 at Wachesaw East, using a driver, a 5 rescue club, and a putter from 18 ft.

•  Ralph Ferrara | Ralph Ferrara shot an eagle on the 402-yard par-5,17th hole. He used a 5 wood, a 5 iron, and a wedge.

•  Bill Reichling | Reichling of Georgetown shot an Eagle 3 on the ninth hole at The International Club on October 25. He used a driver, 4 iron and a 6 iron from 150 yards.

•  Don Studds | On October 26 at Possum Trot, Don Studds eagled the 425-yard, par-5 18th hole, using a driver, 7 wood and putter.

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