A small group participated Jan. 28 in the Wednesday blitz at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, with 51 men teeing off.
Woody Kallas shot an 82, good for plus 7 points, to take individual honors.
First place, at plus 5, went to the team of Dave Mason, 86-minus 1; John Grupe, 90-plus 4; Kenny Pickett, 89-minus 2; and George Saunders, 98-plus 4.
Two teams tied at even for second and third places -- Price Poole, 78-even; Robert Tompkins, 80-plus 1; Bruce Porter, 94-minus 5; and Bobby Burnette, 83-plus 4; and Jim Deal, 86- plus 1; Bruce Hillis, 99-minus 5; Bill Murphy, 88-plus 2; and Abjorn Tefre, 92-plus 2.
There also was a tie, at minus 1, for fourth place involving the five-man team of Tom Gray, 89-plus 3; Kallas, plus 7; John Vanderhoof, 85-minus 9; Gary Deehan, 82-plus 3; and Dan Cerone, 92-minus 5; and the team of Lew Akins, 96-plus 1; Jim Gibson, 84-minus 4; Doug Wolfe, 90-minus 1; Ron Dandurand, 90-minus 1; and John Bray, 88-plus 4.
With better weather, there were more players in the Friday blitz on Jan. 30, with 70 players taking part.
Simon Carter shot a 79 to win individual honors with plus 12 points. Carter also was a member of the first-place team of John Bray, 87-plus 3; Robert Fender, 84-plus 1; and Larry Brauda, 90-minus 2; for a net plus 14.
In second place, at plus 10, was the team of Jim Perkins, 86-plus 3; Ed Hunter, 90-minus 2; D.D. Miller, 85-plus 3; and Dave Mason, 78-plus …