Entry fee is $60 a player.
After drawing a limited number of players last year, organizers are hopeful of a normal 20- to 25-team draw this season.
Proceeds from the tournament go toward scholarships for students at
Alexandria, where Ginn was an ultra-successful football and basketball coach. For more information, call Lenn Costner (256-310-2139).
• The Over-The-Hill Gang Civic Club is hosting its summer three-man scramble Aug. 9 at Cane Creek. Prizes will be awarded for three places in three flights. Entry fee is $60, which includes mulligans and specialty prizes. Proceeds benefit projects in the White Plains community. For more information call Jeff Barnwell (256-310-4000, 256-435-2483) or Donnie Ford
• Jacksonville State¹s Fun & Feast athletics fundraiser, a four-man scramble, is set for July 20 at Cane Creek. Entry fee is $100 for golf, $130 for golf and seafood. Deadline for entries is July 16. For more information call Jan Evans (256-782-5368).
ON THE LEADERBOARD: Micaela Truett shot 80 and won a scorecard playoff over
Jordan Gregoria to win the girls 15-18 division in the Elite Home Theater Invitational at Pine Hill CC on the Future Champions Junior Golf Tour. MacKenzie Prickett (46) won the 11-14 division, while Bailey Webb (49) won in 10-and-under.
On the boys side, Dustin Travis won for the third straight week in 15-18. He shot 1-over 73 and edged Caleb McKinney (for the second week in a row) by a shot and his White Plains teammate Trevor Lane by three. Jacob Lecroy, playing up in age after two dominant showings in 11-14, was fourth at 77.
Nathan Griffin (90) won for the first time in boys 11-14, by a shot over Cameron McCareeth.
The Tour now takes a couple weeks off for the Fourth of July and Sunny King Charity Classic.
• Jeremy McGatha, Grant Hockman and T.J. McGatha scrambled to a 20-under-par 52 to win the American Legion Post 57 tournament at Cane Creek.
They chipped in three times in the round once for birdie, twice for eagle. They had three eagles total.
ACES IN THE CROWD: Derrick Cotton scored his second hole-in-one within a month last week when he aced the 169-yard second hole – again -- at Stoney
Brook Golf Course. This time he used a pitching wedge to a front pin location. The shot was witnessed by Jerry Allen, Danny Craven, Milton Harris and Brady Turner.
• Lewis Roberts aced No. 17 at Cider Ridge Golf Club from the II tees.
The shot was witnessed by Jim Catush.
• Not a hole-in-one, but Oxford 14-year-old Jacob Vaughn scored back-to-back birdies on Nos. 14 and 15 at Cane Creek in a round with his grandfather, Ralph. Jacob is going into 10th grade and plays for the Oxford golf team.
Sports Writer Al Muskewitz: 256-235-3577. On Twitter @almusky_star.