Women’s golf news
Blackmoor’s Monday Evening Women’s Golf League played a low gross event on July 21 with Lori Defallo the winner of the event. Yuko Atwell had longest putt. Lacey Bennett had longest drive, and Lucy Karran had low putts.
The Blackmoor Monday Evening Golf League played a “three-gal, best ball” event on July 14 where winners of the event included Yuko Atwell, who also had closest to the pin on hole No. 12. Her name was incorrectly submitted to Women’s Golf News printed in the July 20 Valley Life edition.
Play of the Day on July 23 for the Cadiz Women’s Golf Association was “Three Blind Mice,” where three mystery holes are deducted from a player’s score.
Hostess Glenda Sensel announced winners as Nep Rowland in A flight; Bonnie Beetham in B flight; and Ginny Ferrell in C flight. Least putts were won by Kathy Smith and Beetham. Kathy Smith also scored a chip-in on hole No. 1. She will be the hostess on Wednesday.
Members were reminded to sign up in the locker room for the club championship tournament to be played on Aug. 6 and Aug. 13.
Winners of the low net game at the Dyer Ladies League on July 22 were:
A flight: Debbie Phillippi
B flight: Signa Findlay
C flight: Ann Eroshevich
Chip-in(s): Mary Alice Meyer, Paula Hope
50-50 drawing: Lucy Karaan
Play chairmen: Cindy Montgomery, Ann Eroshevich
18-HOLE WOMEN’S GOLF
The Mountaineer Woodview 18-Hole Women’s Golf Association game played July 17 was a one best ball team event. Taking first place was the team of Yangja Koh, Marilyn Kenny, Elaine Minda and Janice Torrance. Second place was won by the team of Cathy Ralston, Janet Stukins, Janice Whitaker and guest Debbie Provenzano.
Winning closest to the pin on No. 5 was Koh and once again, no one could keep their golf balls on No. 17 so there will be a carryover for next week, Koh also won the longest putt on No. 13.
The Pleasant Valley Ladies’ Golf League of Ponderosa Golf Course announced its June winners during a luncheon meeting held July 2 at the course restaurant. Tournament Director Terry Viskovicz announced the following:
Event: T’s and F’s
Winner: Karen Heinz
Birdies: Karen Heinz, Terry Viskovicz, Kay Mortimer
Chip-ins: Donna Grant, Kay Mortimer
50/50 winner: Betty Patterson
Event: Lowest putts
Winner: Terry Viskovicz
Birdies: Terry Viskovicz
50/50 winner: Diane Kessler
Event: Low net – front, back, total
Front: Terry Viskovicz,
Back: (Tie) Glenda Virtue, Barb Williams,
Total: (Tie) Terry Viskovicz, Glenda Virtue
Birdies: Terry Viskovicz
50/50 winner: Kay Mortimer
Event: Low Putts/Most Fairways
Winners: Terry Wiskovicz, Glenda Virtue
Birdies: Barb Williams
50/50 winner: Terry Wiskovicz
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played low net July 17. The winners were: A flight, Mary DiMichele with a score of 31; B flight, LeeAnn Grimm with a 29; and C flight, Mary Arehart with a 32.
Mary DiMichele had low putts with 13 putts for the night. Long drive A flight was Lori Szymanek; B flight, Patty Gerlando; and C flight, Mary Arehart. Closest to the pin in two was A flight, Lori Szymanek; B flight, LeeAnn Grimm; and C flight, Mary Alice Myers
Cindy Montgomery had two birdies for the night with a gross score of 40. Claudia Norris and Linda Caputo had chip-ins. Linda Caputo had two.
The 50/50 winner was Mary Arehart.
The Pink and Blue Tournament, a long-standing tradition for the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association, was played with YangJa Koh and Charlene Freshwater as chairmen. The tournament was originated many years ago by Gladys Yost, who was a longtime member of the Women’s Golf Association and club champion in 1961.
Players dressed in their team colors, and net scores were totaled to determine the winning team. The blue team prevailed with a total net score of 304, and its members were Koh, Kim Criss, Renee Morelli and Theresa Metcalf. Each member of the winning blue team received a new golf ball from the pink team members.
Many skill prizes were awarded as part of the event, and Koh and Freshwater announced the winners at a luncheon following play.
Low putts winners were Marilyn Kenny in the first flight and Metcalf in the second flight.
Criss took the prize in the first flight for the tee shot closest to the pin on No. 12. There was no second flight winner.
Long drive champs were Koh in the first flight and Dianna Adams in flight two.
A closest to the pin on the second shot on No. 3 saw Kenny claiming the first flight prize and Freshwater taking the second flight honors.
Longest putt winners on No. 7 were Kenny in first flight and Freshwater in second flight.
Metcalf had a chip-in par on No. 10 to claim the money cup. Birdies were recorded by Criss on No. 1 and Kenny on No. 3 and No. 5.
Following lunch, a meeting was held to discuss the East Central Tournament being played at the Steubenville Country Club on Aug. 1. Adams and Kenny are co-chairmen of the event which will have eight teams and 58 golfers competing. They are being assisted by Golf Professional John Denholm and members of the golf association.
This week’s event will be two best balls. Golfers are asked to report at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Town and Country Women Golf League played low gross, low net sponsored tournament at Spring Hills Golf Course on July 17. Wintersville Trophy Shop sponsored the tournament.
The winners were:
Low gross, Signa Findlay.
Low net, Margie Serafini.
Longest drive on hole No. 7, A, Findlay; B, Edie Higgins; and C, Irene Vaja. Longest drive on hole No. 9, A, Lucy Karaan; B, Higgins; and C, Vaja. Closest to the pin on hole No. 4: A, Kay Mortimar; B, Patty Saccoccia; C, Vaja. Wanda Retzer and Findlay had the lowest putts. Retzer had a chip-in on hole No. 4, and Findlay had a chip-in on hole No. 8.
WILLIAMS LADIES GOLF
Williams Ladies Golf Spectacular Invitational of the Year was held for women golfers throughout the Tri-State Area and beyond. As the players drove up Williams Drive, Weirton, the first notice was a gigantic billboard welcoming players to the themed “20,000 (Golf) Leagues Under the Sea” event.
Continuing up the drive, cars were directed to the 20-foot high octopus- lined registration entrance where they were greeted by Vi Stein and Alicia Myers to receive individual booklets listing events of the day and the names of team members and their club name.
A breakfast featuring a variety of items was available with tables decorated with fish netting, sea shells, floating fish and sparkling stones.
Players also could buy mulligans and a ticket on sharing a “Pot of Gold,” which would be drawn following golf with the “gold” being divided into two prizes. In charge of this were Rita Wickham, treasurer, and Sue Sakara rules chairman.
Karen Edwards served as event photographer assisted by Toni Vosseler. Willaims Pro Dean DiBerardino and Assistant Pro Jason Smoljanovich announced and explained the “Game of the Day,” which was a modified shamble. Each team would go to their longest drive, then play their own ball into the cup. The team would then count the three best balls of four, and each player had to have at least two drives during the 18-hole event. The local rule was explained for hole No. 12, which is over water.
Refreshments were served at the turn.
Following play, teams assembled in the main ball room where white tablecloths were overlayed with seafoam satin luncheon cloths; table center- pieces were tall glass tumblers with small fish bowls and “betta” fish. Bubbles were hanging from the chandeliers in clear and aqua colors along with a giant inflated whale swimming across the ceiling. Netting, sea shells and treasure chests decorated the prize table where individual team prizes consisted of burlap bags tied up “gold colored one dollar coins” to go to each team winning member. The bags were held in decorated treasure chests for each winning team.
President Linda Staffilino greeted the women with a thank-you for attending from more than 30 clubs. Staffilino also thanked the Williams staff; Executive Chef Domenic Pulice; event coordinator, Aubrey Koscevic; co-chair Vosseler, along with Priscilla Mavrich, breakfast table chair, Jennie Epifano, Jerry Chambers, Erikka Buracchio, Phyillis Phillips, Karen Pitchok and Maureen Dumbaugh.
Prize winners were announced by DiBerardino and Smoljanovich with the team of Cindy Settino, Andrea Tamburrino, Pam Brown and Gen. Cameron-Wilson taking first place in first flight, and second place went to Kathy Moore, Pat Carey Maryanne Mustio and Denise Reehl.
Second flight winners were Pam Harris, Shirley Roberts, Mary Masterman and Louise Morin, and second place in second flight were Linda Staffilino, Alicia Myers, Judy Neely and Trish Layton.
Third flight winners, first place, were Louise Seman, Joyce George, Carole Kassouf and Cheryl Fanning; and second place in third flight were Theresa Metcalf, Maureen Dumbaugh, DeeDee Scugoza and Shannon Irvin.
Skill constests winners were in flight one longest putt made on hole No. 9, Priscilla Mavrich; flight two, Debbie Phillippi; and flight three, Rose Breen.
Closest to the pin on hole No. 12 in first flight was Carole Ostrowski; second flight, Linda George; and third flight, Phyllis Phillips.
Longest drive on hole No. 18 in first flight went to Linda Costello; second flight, Judy Prado; and third flight, Shannon Irvin.
Women’s golf news
The Blackmoor Monday Evening Golf League played a “three-gal, best ball” event on July 14.
Winners of the event were Yuko Williams, Lacey Bennett and Linda Caputo. Yuko Williams had closest to the pin on hole No. 12; Linda Caputo took long drive on hole No. 17; and Lucy Karran had low putts.
All women are welcome to play in the league on Mondays at 5 p.m. Call Blackmoor Golf Club to sign up.
Hostess for July 16 play was Nancy Beckert, and play of the day was “Best score on the odd numbered holes and one half handicap.”
Winners were: A flight, Nep Rowland; no B flight players; and C flight, Ginny Ferrell.
The “Putt Pot” was won by Nep Rowland with 28 putts for 18 holes.
Winners of the “Low Gross Game” in flights for July 15 at the Dyer Ladies League were:
A flight: Cindy Montgomery;
B flight: Lucy Karaan; and
C flight: Mary Arehart.
Proximity: Arlene Owens
50-50 drawing: Paula Hope
Play chairmen: Mary Arehart and Mary Alice Meyer
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played “Blind Partners” on July 10.
Winners for the night were A flight, the team of Neysa McCart and Dru Fleishour; B flight, Jay Risnear and Lee Ann Grimm; and C flight winners, the team of Eleanor Kindsvatter and Brenda McClosky.
Long drive A flight was Marge Alpino; B flight, Sharon Coleman; and C flight, Tammy Cox.
Closest to the pin on No. 4 in two was A flight, Marge Alpino; B flight, Jay Risnear; and C flight, Brenda McClosky.
The 50/50 winner was Jay Risnear, which topped off her night after winning “Blind Partner B flight” and also closest to the pin.
STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
YangJa Koh was the big winner in the Rally for the Cure Tournament held by the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association with Renee Morelli as chairman. This marked the 15th consecutive year the Steubenville Women golfers held their annual rally to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Each golfer contributed an entry fee to benefit Komen for the Cure, the nation’s largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to curing breast cancer.
The highlight of the rally tournament was a closest to the pin contest on the par three second hole. Koh put her tee shot within 2 feet of the flag to win a Datrek black and pink golf bag donated by Komen. Each golfer received a Titleist golf ball bearing the pink ribbon breast cancer awareness symbol.
Following play, a luncheon was held in the clubhouse grill room where Morelli distributed pink and gray insulated tote bags courtesy of the Komen Foundation. Each bag contained pink golf socks and tees, two pink lapel pins with ribbon logos, a Card for the Cure donated by Hallmark, a gift card from Golfsmith and educational material regarding breast cancer detection. Every participant also received a one-year subscription from Conde Nast Publications. In keeping with the theme all golfers dressed in pink for the event.
The weekly event was “throw out two worst holes,” one on each nine. Winners were: Dianna Adams, first place; Morelli, second place; and Theresa Metcalf, third place. Koh won low putts with 31 putts. Chip-ins were recorded by Koh on No. 10 and Metcalf on No. 8 to share the money cup which had carried over from the previous week.
This week’s event will be the annual Pink and Blue Tournament with Koh and Charlene Freshwater as hostesses. Golfers are asked to report to the pro shop at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.
TOWN & COUNTRY
On July 10, Town & Country Women’s Golf League played a “Throw Out Two Worst Holes.”
The winners were: A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, Jane Myers.
Winners for long drive on hole No. 3 were: A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Jeanne Dowden; and C flight, Rose Kaczmarek.
Winners for long drive on hole No. 6 were: A flight, Laura Froehlich; B flight, Norma Henson; and C flight, Shirley Guida.
Winners for closest to the pin on hole No. 8 were: A Flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, Nancy Lellie.
Players who had the lowest putts were A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, triple winners, Jane Myers, Janet Backel and Rose Kaczarek.
Signa Findlay and Nancy Lellie each had a chip-in.
The Williams Ladies Golf Association held a “Low Gross Low Net” event July 15, paying out in two flights.
Flight one low gross score went to Jennie Epifano, posting a 94, and low net to Erikka Buracchio with score of 71.
Second flight low gross was taken by Kay Mascio with a score of 108 and Vi Stein taking low net with an 83.
Skill prize for the day was lowest putts with Stein placing first and Epifano, second.
The Pot of Gold went to Sue Sakara, chipping in on hole No.16 for a three-week carryover prize. The members attending also wished Sakara a happy 52nd wedding anniversary and still taking time to play golf.
Jason Smoljanovich figured and announced all the winners.
Next week will be the first week of the two-week senior championship. Players must register in advance with the Pro Shop and then call the day prior to the tourney for actual tee times. Those not playing in the championship will play a regular 18-hole event.
The Williams Ladies Golf Association held the annual “Beat the Pro” this year with Williams Golf Professional Dean DiBerardino playing against the women and turning in a gross score of 74.
The women playing against the pro got to use their “net scores” to “Beat the Pro.”
Vi Stein came in first net score with a 66, and Sue Sakara followed with a 68. Marybeth Arlia and Erikka Buracchio came in third with net scores of 70.
Skill prize for the week was “Closest to the Line” on hole No. 18 and was won by Rita Kohn.
Chip-ins will be a carry over to the week following the “20,000 Golf Leagues Under the Sea” Invitational.
Women’s golf news
On July 7, the Blackmoor Ladies Golf League played a “Throw Out Two Worse Holes” event.
Lucy Karran and Lacy Bernett tied for the win. Denise Augustine and Linda Caputo tied for low putts. All women are welcome to play on Mondays at 5 p.m.
Cadiz Women’s Golf Association played a game of scoring only the even holes with one half handicap on July 9.
Hostess Cathy Shepherd announced the winners of A flight, Nep Rowland; B flight, Bonnie Beetham; and C flight, Joann Watson.
Low putts of the day were split between Bonnie Beetham and Kathy Smith. Nancy Beckert will be the hostess for July 16.
The Cadiz Women’s Golf Association played Low Net on July 7 for the play of the day. Hostess Nep Rowland announced the winners during lunch. A Flight Nep Rowland B Flight Kathy Smith and C Flight Betty Thompson. Low putts of the day were split between Nep Rowland and Nancy Beckert. Nancy Beckert had a Chip-In. Next weeks hostess will be Joann Watson.
The Mountaineer Woodview Women’s 18-Hole Golf League played a one best ball, low gross and low net event on July 3.
On the winning low gross team were Marilyn Kenny, Yangja Koh and Janice Torrance. The winning low net team was comprised of Elaine Minda, Cathy Ralston and Janet Stukins.
Winning the closest to the pin on hole No. five was Koh, while Minda took closest to the pin on No. 17. Winning the longest putt made on No. 13 was Kenny.
Most 4’s & 7’s Game
First place: Peg Barber
Second place: Patty Powelson
Third place: Sheila Robinson
50/50 winner: Patty Gerlando
Next game is add even holes.
The officers and invitational committee met June 30 at the home of Ann Eroshovich, president of the league, to complete planning of this year’s invitational. It will be a four-woman scramble to be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hills, with the theme being “I Love Sports.”
The price will remain the same at $55 per person. This will include 18 holes, cart and green fees, a continental breakfast, food at the turn and a luncheon at the end of play.
Winners will be awarded in all the three flights and paying both low gross and low net, in each flight. In addition to proximity prizes, players will be able to participate in the Chinese auction and the “Share the Wealth” drawing.
Proceeds will benefit the Tony Teramana Cancer Center. The cost for sponsoring a hole is $50. Anyone interested in sponsoring a hole can contact the pro shop at Spring Hills at (740) 632-6192.
A team photo will again be taken by Claudia Norris, who will present every member of the team with a copy of the photo at the luncheon following play.
Spring Hills will be sporting decorations of many sports and many area teams. Players are encouraged to wear their favorite team colors or something representing a favorite team sport.
Registration for play continue to be accepted by calling (740) 283-2605 or (740) -512-6291.
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played “Count the Even Holes” on the back nine at Spring Hills on July 3.
Players dressed accordingly in red, white and blue attired.
A flight winner for the night was Erin Madder, who had a special night with three birdies, winner of long drive for A flight and winner of the A flight for the night with a score of 40.
B flight winner for the night was Kathi Moore, who also took center stage with winning B flight with a 40, low putts for the night with 12 putts and closest to the pin for B flight.
C flight winner was Brenda McCloskey and also winner of long drive for C flight. Linda Caputo had long drive for B flight. Other closest to the pin winners were A flight, Marge Alpino, and C flight, Mary Alice Myers.
There were four people with chip-ins – Ann Eroshevich, Eleanor Kindsvatter, Kathi Moore and Linda Caputo. Tammy Cox won the 50/50.
A brief business meeting was conducted by President Ann Eroshevich. She reviewed plans for the invitational “I Love Sports” to be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hill. It is a four-woman scramble. The cost is $55 per person and includes cart green fees, continental breakfast, food at the turn and lunch after play. Tee-off is at 8:30 a.m. Any team wishing to compete is asked to call (740) 283-2605 or (740) 512-6291 to register.
An odd hole tournament with one-half handicap was the weekly game for the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association with YangJa Koh as hostess.
In the first flight, Koh took first place and putts, and Kim Criss came in second. Renee Morelli won first place and putts in the second flight, and Shelle Pentes claimed second place.
Marilyn Kenny won long drive in the first flight, and Pentes was the second flight winner. Koh took the prize for second shot closest to the flag on hole No. 5.
Morelli reminded members to sign up in the locker room for the Rally for the Cure Tournament which will be held this week to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
In honor of Koh’s birthday, her golf cart was decorated with balloons, and cupcakes were served at lunch following play.
Members are asked to show up at the pro shop this week at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. tee-off and to wear pink for the Rally for the Cure tournament.
Town and Country Women Golf League played lowest putts ABC Flights, at Spring Hills Golf Course.
The winners were: A flight, Laura Froehlich; B flight, Jeanne Dowden; and C flight, Rose Kaczmareck.
Other winners were: Longest Drive Hole No. 2, A, Wanda Retzer; C, Irene Vaja. Longest drive hole No. 7, A Froehlich, C Kaczmareck. Closest to the pin, hole No. 4, A, Kay Mortimar; B Kathy Antinone; and C, Shirley Guida. Signa Findlay had a chip-in on hole No. 4.
Women’s golf news
On June 23, the Blackmoor Ladies played a two-gal best ball.
Cheryl Black and Yuko Williams were the winners of the event. Black had a chip-in on hole No. 1. Linda Caputo also had a chip-in on hole No. 9.
Yuko Williams had closest to the pin on hole No. 3. Tammy Cox and Lucy Karran were tied for long drive on hole No. 8. Rene Morelli took low putts.
On June 30, the Blackmoor Monday Night Ladies League played a low gross event. Linda Caputo was winner of the event.
Cheryl Black had closest to the pin on hole No. 16. Yuko Williams had low putts, and Lucy Karran had long drive on hole No. 14.
The Dyer Ladies League hosted its sixth-annual two-woman/one-best ball golf tournament, The Firecracker, on July 1.
The league would like to thank those who participated in the tournament and those who helped make it a success. Also, a special thanks was issued to the guests who traveled from afar to attend.
Tournament Chairmen: Paula Hope, Vickie Grant and Mary Arehart
Registration table: Ann Eroshevich, Mary Alice Meyer, Debbie Phillippi and Eleanor Kindsvatter
Winners of the event:
First place: Mishal Hawthorne, Priscilla Mavrich (29)
Second place: Dru Fleishour, Lori Szmanek (30)
* Third place: Mary Beth Arlia, Kathy Sapp (33)
*(two-way tie, won on third handicap hole, off scorecard)
(1) Hawthorne, Mavrich
(1) Fleishour, Szmanek
First place: Signa Findlay, Laura Froehlich (31)
Second place: Ruth Lamantia, Arlene Owens (33)
*Third place: Theresa Metcalf, Dianna Adams (35)
*(Four-way tie, won on fourth handicap hole, scorecard)
(3) Froehlich, Findlay
(1) Risnear, DiMichele
(1) Owens, Lamantia
Lori Szmanek: Closest to pin in two, hole No. 6
Sharon Coleman: Closet to pin, hole No. 5
Winner of the gift basket: J. Risnear
Winner of the ribbon wreath: Dianna Adams
The Woodview Women’s Golf League played a low gross/low net, front-back and total game June 24.
Winners for low gross on the front 9 was Elaine Minda; back 9 winner was Cathy Ralston, who also won the total.
Winning the low net on the front 9 was Ralston with Janet Stukins winning the back 9 and total. Closest to the pin on No. 5 was Marilyn Kenny, who also won longest putt made on No. 13. No one could keep their balls on No. 17 green, so there will be a big money carryover!
The June 26 game was a low gross and low net on the par 4’s. Low gross first place was taken by Mary Ann Bainbridge with Marilyn Kenny placing second. Low net first place was Cathy Ralston with a second- place tie between Yangja Koh and Elaine Minda. Closest to the pin on No. 5 was Koh, who came very close to a hole in one when her balled rolled over the hole and stopped 6 inches away. Closest to the pin and big money carryover on No. 17 was won by Minda with Ralston winning longest putt on No. 13.
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League held its guest night on June 26 with 12 guests attending to enjoy a night of competition, fun and food.
Guests attending the event were Lucy Karaan, Priscella Maurich, Mary Ann Bainbridge, Alicia Myers, Kathy Antinone, Penny Scarpone, Loretta Benbetto, Patty Reda, Rene Morelli, Edie Higgins, Sandy Finn and Debbie Phillipi.
The play for the night was a team scramble, with the winners with a score of 32 being the team of Patty Gerlando, Priscella Maurich, Mary Ann Bainbridge, and Judy Sorrenti.
The second-place team with a 33 was the team of Cindy Montgomery, Debbie Phillipi and Vickie Grant.
Following play, everyone was treated to a pizza party. Winner of the night’s 50/50 was Patty Reda, who returned the money to the club to use toward the upcoming invitational, which will be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hills.
STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
The Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association played a flag tournament in honor of the Fourth of July holiday with YangJa Koh and Charlene Freshwater as hostesses.
Golfers dressed in patriotic colors and carried American flags in their carts. The flags were planted on the golf course where the golfer’s score totaled par plus her handicap strokes.
In the first flight Marilyn Kenny took first-place when she had to extend her game past 18 holes to plant her flag. Kim Criss won second place when she placed her flag on the 18th hole. Koh and Kenny tied for low putts.
Freshwater planted her flag on the 18th hole to win first place in the second flight. Dianna Adams and Theresa Metcalf were second when they both placed their flags in the cup on No. 17. Adams also won low putts.
Metcalf claimed the Money Cup for her chip-in par on the seventh hole from the drop area after hitting her tee shot in the lake.
Her playing partners were amused at her amazing feat.
Adams reminded the golfers to sign up for the East Central Ohio tournament which is being hosted by the Steubenville women on Aug. 1. Kenny is co-chairing the event.
This week’s game will be odd holes with one half handicap. Golfers are asked to report to the pro shop at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.
Nine hole golfers will report at 9 a.m. for a 9:30 a.m. start.
WOODVIEW MONDAY WOMEN’S?GOLF?LEAGUE
First place: Charlotte McCoy, Patty Gerlando and Patty Powelson.
Second place: Signa Findlay, Pat Carey and Sheila Robinson
Third place: Kathy Moore, Holly Kisner and Pam Walters
Winner of chip-in was Sheila Robinson.
Winner of the 50/50 was Patty Gerlando.