Recreation Highlights (Jan. 31)

From staff reportsJanuary 30, 2013 

BOWLING

280-299 Games

• Jimmy Attaway | Attaway bowled the last eleven strikes for a 290 game with the South Beach Classic at Surfside Beach.

• Ken Shealy | Shealy added another eleven in row 290 game to his resume in the Surfside Classic.

• Eric Grainger | Grainger rolled a ten strike 288 game with McDonald’s Classic at North Myrtle Beach.

• Pat Fields | Fields had an eleven strike 280 game with the Monday Madness at Little River.

• Hollie Wicker | Wicker bowled an eleven strike 280 game for the Heritage League at Surfside Beach.

Youth 600-700 games

• Patrick Christenson | Christenson rolled games of 234 and 213 towards a 626 series with the Surfside Great Whites.

• Andrew Diley | Diley bowled a 618 series with high game of 222 in the Surfside Great Whites.

Noteworthy

•  From the score sheets | Senior bowler Dave Davis rolled games of 255, 226 and 222 for a 703 series with McDonald’s Classic at North Myrtle Beach. … Ginny Duncan bowled games of 246, 233 and 196 for a 675 series with the Cimerron Rollers at Surfside Beach. … Mike Albert continues to bowl well in the Little River Scratch League when he had games of 279, 268, 258 and 215 for a 4 game total of 1020.

GOLF

Eagles

•  Al Smith | Smith scored an eagle on the par-5 15th hole at Barefoot Landing Norman Course on Jan. 17 using a driver, 3-wood and putter.

Holes-in-one

• Bob Miller | Miller, of Sea Trail, shot a hole-in-one on the 126-yard par-3 12th hole of the Byrd courseon Januray 17. He used a 7 iron.

• Shirley Link | Link aced the 123-yard, par-3 11th hole at Whispering Pines on Jan. 21 using a 4-hybrid club.

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