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OPLGA Member-Member Tournament Winners Announced

The Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association held its Member-Member Tournament on Aug. 25. Ten teams competed in the Pinehurst (Chapman) format and enjoyed brunch at The Clubhouse Bar and Grille after.
Pictured, from left, are Carolyn Neal/ Debbie Schwertner, second-place winners, and Chung Cho/Martha Arthur, first-place winners. Closet to the pin were Geri Fasulo on the fifth hole and Dot Waters on the seventh hole.
The Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association is an active golf league that encourages women to come out and play golf at Ocean Pines every Tuesday morning. New members are always welcome. For further information about the OPLGA, please contact the Golf Shop at 410-641-6057.

OPMGA Hosts Senior and Super Senior Championship

The Ocean Pines Men's Golf Association held its Senior and Super Senior Championship on Saturday, Aug. 15.
Super Senior Champions:
Bud Humphries Low Gross Champion, 80 –  8 = 72
Pete Gomsak Low Net Champion, 90 – 19 = 71
Senior Champions:
Craig Binetti Low Gross Champion, 80 –  8 = 72
Roger Gardner Low Net Champion, 83 – 13 = 70
Results by Flight:
Top 5 Super Seniors Gross (age 77 & up)
Bud Humphries, 80 –  8 = 72
Joe Lynch, 83 – 10 = 73
Bob Reifsnyder, 85 – 10 = 75
Bill Stafford, 85 –  9 = 76
Scotty Wheatley, 87 – 13 = 74

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OPMGA Holds Member-Member Tournament

Pantone Fasulo OPMGAMemberMember2020Forty-eight Ocean Pines Men's Golf Association members participated in the 2020 Member-Member Championship on Saturday, July 18 at the Ocean Pines Golf Club.
The team of Al Fasulo and Joe Pantone bested the field with a first-place score of 67 for 18 holes. The event featured scramble, better ball and alternate shot formats.

Tournament winners included:

First-place team: Al Fasulo and Joe Pantone (67)
Second-place team: Craig Binetti and John Jensen (68)
Third-place team: Cliff Robbins and Paul Wineke (68)
Fourth-place team: Joe Lynch and Bud Humphries (70)
Fifth-place team: Al Wolski and Neil White (70)

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Golf Members' Council Continues Fundraising for Scholarship Awards

The Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council (OPGMC) continues its fundraising efforts for its annual scholarships, despite having to cancel its signature event, the Ocean Pines/Taylor Bank Scramble scheduled for July, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, last year, raised $11,000 for scholarships for local high school students.
Instead, OPGMC Scholarship Committee Chairman Bob Long said much of the money received this year has come from small donations from Ocean Pines golf groups.
Long credited Scotty Wheatley, chairman of the annual golf tournament, with helping to raise a record amount last year. The organization awarded scholarships of $4,000 in 2017, $5,000 in 2018 and $7,000 in 2019.
“In early March, Scotty was full of optimism about our 2021 fund and was hoping we would again have a big increase. A week later, we all were under some form of quarantine and that optimism faded,” Long said.
This year, Long said the OPGMC decided to award $6,000 in scholarships to five graduating students, representing about half of the scholarship fund balance. “The remaining money would remain in the fund to insure we had something to award in 2021,” he said.
After canceling the golf tournament, Long said the Scholarship Committee began looking for new ways to raise money.
“Our members have been very supportive and generous. Things are not looking as bleak as they did a couple of months ago,” Long said. To date this year, he said the Members’ Council has raised $6,600.

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Pines Officials Highlight Teamwork During Golf Clubhouse Grand Opening

FrankBrown JohnDaily GrandOpening(June 17, 2020) “Teamwork” was the word of the day, as Ocean Pines officials held a grand opening ceremony for the new Golf Clubhouse on Wednesday morning. 

The Ocean Pines Board approved the project in April 2019 at a guaranteed maximum cost of $1.6 million.

Salisbury architectural firm Davis, Bowen and Friedel, Inc. developed plans for the roughly 7,200 single-story building, which includes a large meeting room and space for a new restaurant, along with an outdoor deck, pro shop and club-fitting area.

Absolute Demolition of Ocean City took down the former two-story clubhouse last May, and the Whayland Company, based in Laurel, Delaware, began construction in October.

The project officially wrapped last month, at a final cost of about $1.49 million, General Manager John Viola reported during a recent Board meeting.

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