Wild Bunch

April 19 - Isabella Santa Maria
                             Gross  Net
Lenny Peterson   34   18.46
David Rousseau
Jerry Barnoske
Ron Dale
Kenny Kamas    37   19.49
Harley Burke
Art Holzman
Limozaine        35    19.89
Steve Irby
Kurt Nilsson
Jack Sandlin
Brad McGuire   35   20.33
Don Zeller
Michael Kerwin
Pat McCullough


Garland/Saline County Seniors Golf Association

The GCSGA had 67 members participating in the Chamberlyne tournament. Format was a four-man scramble.
Flight 1
1st – John Woodward, Marshall Thomsen, Robert Mahle and Mike Esch - 66
2nd (scorecard playoff) – Dale Logan, Stephen Mitchell, Keith Pochert and Leon Johannsen - 67
Flight 2
1st – Rodney Atkinson, Steve Williams, Donald Jones and David Hope - 65
2nd – Bob Pinson, Danny Clark, Don Stewart and Jerry Bach - 67
Flight 3
1st – Paul Earl, Ken Margrave, James Hopper and Michael Anderson - 65
2nd – Fred Martin, James McGlothlan, David Rider and Sammy Jutus - 67
The next tournament is May 18 at Russellville Country Club. Lunch will be at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at noon. The format is two-man best ball. The tournament is limited to the first 50 players. To play, mail a check for $48 payable to GCSGA to Bruce Ringquist, 5 Narvaez Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909. Deadline for the entry fee is May 13.
The GCSGA is open to all men 50 years or older who live in Garland, Saline or any county adjacent to Garland County. Membership applications can be found on the website gcsga.com.


WGA 18-Hole

April 20 - Two Low Net Team Event - Granada
First Flight
1st – Cindy Hopfensperger, Sherrie Nichols, Cathy Davis, Regina Smith 116
2nd – Cathy Moeller, Beverly Harris, Ann Kasten, Donna Hawkins 124
3rd – Rebecca Huber, Susan Benscriscutto, Shan Merritt, Valerie Shippers 125
Second Flight
1st – Marianne Kaercher, Karen Bayer, Marilyn Stiefvater, Ellen Chamberlain 122
2nd – Martha McHale, Pat Pochert, Nancy Holst, Kay Pearson 129
3rd – Kathleen Witt, Sandra Olson, Mary Wallace, Barbara Miller 130 (tie) Janet Norris, Beverly Morrow, Emma Pinson, Ruth Smith 130
Closest to the Pin –
Hole 6 – Marianne Kaercher
Hole 11 – Andreae Hoost



April 24 at Isabella, groups three and four played a two-man best ball net.
Group 3, flight 1 was won by Gus Noble and Marshall Thomsen with a 60.
Flight 2 was won by Michael Usnick and Wesley Harvey with a 73.
Group 4, flight 1 was won by Ron Stipp and Richards Mays with a 57.
Flight 2 was won by Ralph Bloemker and Ray Johnson with a 59.
April 25 Groups 1 and 2 played at Granada, playing a two-man best ball net.
Group 1, won by Spike Wolfe and Eric Rutledge with a 62.
Group 2, flight 1 was won by Kenneth Houston and Mike Hood with a 61.
Group 2, flight 2 was won by Roger Thomason and a Blind with a 60.
The Scratch group played at Granada, playing an individual gross event.
Flight 1 was won by Ben Starsky with a 76.
Flight 2 was won by Grady Shepard with a 81.
The objective of the Men’s 18-Hole Golf Association (MGA) is to encourage play of the game of golf, according to USGA rules. For the latest results and schedules, visit www.hsvmga18.com.


MGA 9-Hole

April 21 - Cortez
                             Gross  Net
Flight A
David Karr         42   30.76
Duane Ninke      38   30.95
Lenny Peterson  40   31.61
Flight B
Martin Blessing   44   29.87
Denny Moseley  43   30.43
Bob Blocker       43   30.45
Flight C
Kurt Nilsson      46   29.29
Doug Mezio         45    29.34
Schaumburg        46   30.28
Flight D
Larry Griffin          48   26.28
Dan Fitzgerald     46   26.36
Donnie Sumpter  54  27.87
Low gross
Duane Ninke 38
Jules Manson 38


Junior Golf

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the very popular and successful Hot Springs Village Junior Golf Program. Thousands of eager young golfers and hundreds of wonderful volunteers have participated over the years; and plans are underway to make this year a very special one for all partcipants.
Registration forms are available at all Village pro shops, and online at www.hsvjuniorgolf.org.
The juniors have practice each Wednesday during June and July at Magellan or Granada, and play each Thursday at Coronado.
This program is for kids between the ages of 8 and 18 who want to learn the game, improve their game and have a good time.
Orientation is at 4 p.m. June 5 at the Balboa Pavilion. The first practice is June 7 and the first play day June 8.
New caps will be handed out to all juniors at the orientation who have registered by June 2.
A special red moisture-wicking golf shirt has been chosen for the juniors and a special red and white shirt is available for adults. To order these shirts and have them available for pick-up at the orientation, check out the website at www.hsvjuniorgolf.org.
The cost for the program is still $35 per child.
As always, caring, helpful volunteers are needed for the instruction on Wednesdays and on-course help of Thursdays.
For more information on the Junior Golf Program, becoming a sponsor, or being a volunteer, call Bill Veal at 922-3478, Jack Barry at 922-2502, or Sharon Medica  at 922-2097.