Women’s golf news

BLACKMOOR

The Blackmoor Monday Evening Ladies League played a red and yellow tee tournament.

Winner of the event was Eleanor Kindsvatter. Denise Augustine came in second, and Minnie Walters took third place. Lind Caputo, Yuko Atwell and Claudia Norris had putts. Signa Findlay took closest to the pin on hole No. 12.

CADIZ WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

June 14 being Flag Day, hostess Nep Rowland scheduled a “Plant Your Flag” game. Kathy Smith carried her flag the furthest to win first place. Brenda Hartley finished second.

Least putts was won by Peg Buchanan and Bonnie Beetham, who split the “Putt Pot.”

Glenda Sensel will be the hostess for June 21 play with a 9 a.m. tee time.

Nep Rowland was hostess for the Cadiz Women’s Golf Association on June 7 when play of the day was “Blind Partners/Best Ball” net.

Winners were first team, Kathy Smith and Brenda Hartley; second team, Donna Griffin and Brenda Hartley; and a tie for third, the team of Nep Rowland and Glenda Sensel and the team of Bonnie Beetham and Peg Buchanan.

Beetham and Smith tied for least putts and split the putt pot. Smith had a chip-in and birdie on hole No. 3.

Rowland was to serve as hostess again on June 14 for a Flag Day tournament.

Special guests for lunch were Ila Walrath and Ann Milleson.

SPRING HILLS LADIES GOLF LEAGUE

Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played low net on the front 9 at Spring Hills on June 8. Winners for the night were:

A flight, Debbie Phillipi; B flight, three-way tie, Mary Arehart, Brenda McCloskey and Helen Sweeney; and C flight, Tammy Cox.

Long drive: B flight, Mary Arehart, and C flight, JoAnn Liberto.

Closest to the pin in two: A flight, Debbie Phillipi.

Low putts for the night went to Kay Mortimer with 10. There were no chip-ins.

The 50-50 winner was Arlene Owens.

The Spring Hills Ladies Golf League Invitational will be held Aug. 4 at Spring Hills Golf Course in East Springfield. Teams are invited to organize for participation.

STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB

WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

A “Throw Out Tournament” was the weekly event played by the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association on June 14 with YangJa Koh and Theresa Metcalf as hostesses. Each golfer threw out one hole on each nine and replaced that score with par. Handicaps were used to determine the winners.

Pam DiDomenico took first place with a score of 65. Winning second place with a score of 69 were Koh, Shelle Pentes and Marilyn Kenny, who also won putts with a total of 29 for the round.

Chip-ins were recorded by Metcalf on hole No. 8 and Kim Criss and Pentes on hole No. 9, so they shared the money cup.

DiDomenico birdied the par three second hole and Kenny the par four 13th hole.

The third round of the President’s Cup Tournament was played, and the final round will be played Wednesday. The winner will be the golfer with the best three out of four net scores.

Dotty Tegano won low gross in the nine-hole group, and Carol Oklok took low net and putts.

Following golf the women had lunch at the Greek Festival.

This week’s event will be a best ball team event, and golfers are to report at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start. Nine-hole golfers will tee off at 9:30 a.m.

A gross and net event was played by the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association on June 7 with YangJa Koh and Theresa Metcalf as hostesses.

Low gross winners were Koh in the first flight and Pam DiDomenico in the second flight. Paula Hope took low net in the first flight while Dianna Adams was the second flight low net winner.

Koh claimed the low putts prize with 32 putts for the round.

Kim Criss chipped in for a birdie on the par 3 16th hole to win the money cup after a four-week carryover. DiDomenico and Koh recorded birdies on the par 4 fifth hole.

The second round of the President’s Cup Tournament was played and was to continue for two more Wednesdays.

The golfers discussed plans for their participation in the East Central Tournament to be held Aug. 4 at Cambridge Country Club.

The June 14 game was to be a “Throw Out Tournament” in which one score on each nine would be thrown out and replaced with a par.

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Town and Country Golf played “Best Score Odd Holes” on June 5. Winners were:

Lucy Karaan, A flight; Lattee Chinakarn and Jeanne Dowden tied for B flight; and Rose Kaczmarek, C flight.

Long Drive hole No. 1

A flight: Signa Findlay

B flight: Chinakarn

C flight: Dora Elizaga

Long Drive hole No. 6

A flight: Karaan

B flight: Dowden

C flight: Shirley Guida

Closest to Pin hole No. 4

B flight: Kathy Antinone

Dowden had a chip in on hole No. 3.

Town and Country golf had medal play on June 1. Winners were:

Low Gross

A flight: Signa Findlay

B flight: Pat Zorne

C flight: Shirley Guida

Low Net

A flight: Lucy Karaan

B flight: Norma Henson

C flight: Dora Elizaga

Long Drive hole No. 2

A flight: Wanda Retzer

B flight: Edie Higgins

C flight: Sondra Hyde

Long Drive hole No. 7

A flight: Findlay

B flight: Zorne

C flight: Guida

Closest to Pin hole No. 8

A flight: Findlay

B flight: Henson

C flight: Margie Serafini

Karaan had a birdie on hole No. 6.

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