A golf tournament held to benefit first responders and loss-of-limb victims at Four Oaks CC in Dracut drew players from Boston’s Engine 33, Ladder
A golf tournament held to benefit first responders and loss-of-limb victims at Four Oaks CC in Dracut drew players from Boston's Engine 33, Ladder 15, the company that lost two firefighters in a Boston fire in March. From left: Jim Freda, Paul O'Brien, Tim Freda and Pat O'Brien. SUN/DAVID BROW

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Nabnasset Lake Country Club crowned its Senior and Super Senior club champions this weekend and will finish up the final round of the men's club championship on Saturday with a two-way battle developing.

Golf column

In other local golf news, a 10-year-old boy scored a hole-in-one at Tewksbury CC, the Country Club of Billerica reached the halfway point of its 72-hole club championships, and the Junior City Tournament is ready to tee up at Mt. Pleasant on Friday.

Nabnasset Lake CC

Bob Abraham took home the Nab Senior club championship with a 36-hole score of 150, while Steve Jacques was the Super Senior champ with a 148 total.

For the Seniors, John Wooding was low net at 132, followed by Al Windhol at 138 and Manny Bagherzadeh at 139.

Low net for the Super Seniors was Don Webster with a 133 total, followed by Dick Mungevan (134) and Craig Galipeau (142).

The men's club championship has 36 holes down and 18 to go with Mike Walker and Mike Schnyer sharing the lead at even-par 140.

Tied in third place are Keith Micavich and Steve Jacques at 148, while Mike McCann sits in fifth with a 149 total. The final round is Saturday.

Tewksbury CC

Ten-year-old Justin Cataldo of Billerica scored a hole-in-one on the third hole at TCC, utilizing his driver on the 150-yard hole.

His playing partners were Michael J. Cataldo, Michael R. Cataldo and Charlie Hartnett.

CC of Billerica

The grueling 72-hole club championships are halfway home, with the final two rounds scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday.


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The leader after two rounds in the championship flight is 19-year-old Donny Clericuzio of Billerica, with scores of 69 and 74 for a 143 total. That's six shots ahead of Remy Fletcher (149) and seven up on Paul Velardo (150).

In the Senior Division, Tony Romano is the halfway leader with a two-day total of 161, but he's just one shot ahead of three golfers who will be breathing down his neck this weekend. Sitting at 162 are Sonny Higgins, Tom Swithenbank and Bob Shellenbach.

Leslie Velardo has a commanding lead in the women's division, posting a 36-hole total of 159, some 20 shots ahead of second-place Chris White at 179. Deb Lyman sits in third place (185). Joanne Russo is low net at 133 with two days to play.

Long Meadow GC

Bob Scannell and Jon Warneke teamed up to take low-gross honors in a one-day member-guest clambake on Havilah Street.

Second gross was the team of John and Ed Breen, while low net was a tie at 63: Mike Flanagan-Brian Walsh and Mike Breen-Patrick Breen.

Third net went to the team of Mike Piccolo and Ken Welchman (64) while Tipper Durkin and Glenn Mello were at 65.

In a best selected nine event, John Miller was low gross with a score of 30, while low net was shared by Lance Burgess, Dave Couillard and Al Parke at 26.

Brian Barry Sr. and Jay McGilvray were tops in a point-quota tourney at plus-11. Coming home in plus-8 were three players, Angelo Karabatsos, Jim MacLaughlan and Mike Vitale. Plus-6 scores were turned in by Dick Anderson and Paul Murphy, while Mark Silva, Al Parke and Paul Lappin were all at plus-5.

LM has a big member-member event this Saturday and Sunday.

Mt. Pleasant GC

Clarissa Samuels and Gail Green teamed up to claim the top prize in a women's member-member tournament at MP, carding a score of 78 gross. Connie Leclair and Elaine Matte were second at 86.

Net honors went to Donna McMahon and Laurie Hadley with a score of 62. Second net at 64 were Ruth Silk and Marge Torrice, while third net at 65 was a tie between the teams of Mary Moriarty-Deb Soha and Karen Moynihan-Mary Ellen McCabe.

Gail Green was closest to the pin on No. 7 (3 feet, 10 inches) and Tina Daley had the longest putt on No. 9 (29 feet, 2 inches).

Mike L'Hussier and Brendan Allen took first place in a blind draw point-quota event with a plus-12. Mike Marchelletta and Jay Heelon were a distant second at plus-6.

The Luau Open was held over nine holes (couples, selected drive, alternate shot) with 94 players in the field. Scott and Christine Pare emerged victorious with a score of 39 gross, while Jim and Joanne Soulard took low net honors with a 28.

In a best random nine contest, Mike Mullavey and Brendan Allen were low gross at 31 while Dave Hunt and Rick Gray were low net at 25.

Four Oaks CC

Mike Andre of Dracut aced the 144-yard fourth hole at the Dracut layout. 

Andre connected using an 8-iron. Witnesses were Bill Zeoli, Matt Field and Steve Bradley.

In addition, Francisco Maldonado of Lowell aced the 15th hole, a 139-yard par-3, using a 7-iron. Kevin Shaw witnessed the event.

The club championships will wrap up on Sunday.

Swanson Meadows

Julie Brodie of Chelmsford hit the shot of a lifetime on Friday at the Billerica layout, scoring a hole-in-one on the 120-yard, par-3 fifth hole.

Brodie used a 6-iron for the fateful shot, which was witnessed by Ken Brodie.

Misplaced Divots

Trull Brook held the Redmen Tournament on Monday and will host the Shawsheen Tech Tournament next week. Both are fundraisers for local high schools ... The club championship at Butter Brook is this Saturday and Sunday ... Townsend Ridge will hold its club championship on Saturday ... The Chelmsford CC men's club championship is Aug. 16-17 and is open to all members and league players. Call the pro shop at 978-256-1818 for entry info ... Dan McPhee carded a hole-in-one on the 15th hole at Campbell's Scottish Highlands in Salem, N.H., using a sand wedge. His playing partners were Ed Murphy, John Engle and Dave Hamilton.