Women’s golf news

TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS — Members of the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association who participated in the East Central tournament of the Ohio Women’s Golf Association were, from left, YangJa Koh, Marilyn Kenny, Kim Criss, Pam DiDomenico, Shelle Pentes and Paula Hope. The tournament was played Aug. 4 at the Cambridge Country Club. The Steubenville women placed in the tournament’s net division.
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TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS — Members of the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association who participated in the East Central tournament of the Ohio Women’s Golf Association were, from left, YangJa Koh, Marilyn Kenny, Kim Criss, Pam DiDomenico, Shelle Pentes and Paula Hope. The tournament was played Aug. 4 at the Cambridge Country Club. The Steubenville women placed in the tournament’s net division. -- Contributed

BLACKMOOR LADIES LEAGUE

July 31

The Blackmoor Ladies League played “Throw Out Your Worst Holes” on the back 9 of the course with Lori DeFallo the winner of the event and Yuko Atwell taking second place.

Linda Caputo had low putts. Tammy Cox took long drive on hole No. 14, and Claudia Norris took closest to the pin on hole No. 12. Signa Findlay had a chip-in on hole No. 17.

Aug. 7

The Blackmoor Ladies played a “Three-Gal Pink Ball” event.

The winners were Cheryl Black, Lori Defallo and Dora Elizaga, who also had closest to the pin on hole No. 3.

Tammy Cox had long drive on hole No. 8, and Lucy Karaan had low putts for the evening.

CADIZ COUNTRY CLUB

The Women’s Golf Association of Cadiz Country Club played low net on the par 3’s and par 5’s on Aug. 9.

Hostess Peg Buchanan announced the winners as Brenda Hartley, first place, and Glenda Sensel, second place. The pot for lowest putts was split between Buchanan and Hartley.

Hartley had a birdie on hole No. 8, and Buchanan had a chip-in on hole No. 12.

The hostess for Wednesday will be Donna Griffin. Tee time is 9 a.m.

MOUNTAINEER’S WOODVIEW WOMEN’S

18-HOLE GOLF LEAGUE

JULY 20

Mountaineer’s Woodview Women’s 18-Hole Golf League members played their set format of one low gross, two low nets, proximity prizes on all Par 3’s, longest putt made on No. 14 and lowest number of putts for the round.

Low gross winner for the round was Mishal Hawthorne. Taking first low net was Elaine Minda, and winning second low net was Dotty Virtue.

Closest to the pin winners on Par 3’s were: Hole No. 6, Elaine Minda; No. 8, Priscilla Mavrich; No. 14, Patty Filak; and No. 17, Mishal Hawthorne. Sinking the longest putt on hole No. 4 was Dotty Virtue, and the winner of low putts for the round went to Janet Stukins with 28.

Birdies recorded for the round were made by Hawthorne on No. 8; Minda on No. 8; and Mavrich on No. 8.

JULY 27

Mountaineer’s Woodview Women’s 18-Hole Golf League members played their set format of one low gross, two low nets, proximity prizes on all Par 3’s, longest putt made on No. 14 and lowest number of putts for the round.

Low gross winner for the round was Mary Ann Bainbridge with an 81. Taking first low net was Elaine Minda with a 68, and second low net was won by Erin Ankrum with a 69.

Closest to the pin winners on Par 3’s were: Hole No. 6, Erin Ankrum; No. 8, Mishal Hawthorne; No. 14, Lori Szymanek; and No. 17, Mary Ann Bainbridge. Sinking the longest putt on No. 14 and also having the lowest putts for the round was Elaine Minda.

Birdies recorded for the round were Bainbridge on No. 7; Janet Stukins on No. 8; and Hawthorne on No. 18. Bainbridge also would have birdied No. 17 but Ankrum didn’t pull the pin when directed to and Bainbridge’s ball deflected off the flagstick, denying her a birdie.

AUG. 1

Mountaineer’s Woodview Women’s 18-Hole Golf League members traveled to Indian Run Golf Club to play their weekly golf league event. Low gross winner was Mary Ann Bainbridge with a round of 81.

Winning first low net was Janet Stukins, and second low net was won by Lori Szymanek. Low putts for the round was won by Janet Stukins. Lori Szymanek won three closest to the pin proximities, while Elaine Minda managed to win the remaining prize.

PLEASANT VALLEY LADIES GOLF LEAGUE

The Pleasant Valley Ladies Golf League of Ponderosa Golf Course announced its July winners at a luncheon at the course restaurant. Tournament Director Kay Mortimer announced the following winners:

JULY 5:

Event: Fairways (Individual) and Low Putts

Winner: Viola Stein

Low Putts: Viola Stein

50/50: Kay Mortimer

JULY 19:

Event: One Best Ball

Winners: Kay Mortimer and Diane Kessler

Birdies: Kay Mortimer

50/50: Barb Williams

JULY 26:

Event: Holes with T’s and F’s Half Handicap

Winners in Flights: First, Dorothy Baier; second, Kay Mortimer; and third, Janet Backel

Birdies: Terry Viskovicz

50/50: Linda Wade

The Pleasant Valley Ladies Golf League plays every Wednesday through September. Tee-off is at 8:30 a.m. through August and 9 a.m. through September. It is not too late to join for the rest of the season. For information, call Glenda Virtue at (304) 748-1672 or Karen Pannett at (304) 748-7731.

STEUBENVLLE COUNTRY CLUB

WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

The Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association played a NOSE tournament on Aug. 2 with Marilyn Kenny and Dianna Adams as hostesses. Scores on the holes beginning with the letters N, O, S and E were counted, and one-half handicap was used to determine the winners.

YangJa Koh took first place with Adams coming in second. Birdies were recorded by Kenny and Kim Criss on hole No. 3 and Koh on hole No. 12. Kenny chipped in for a par on the 16th hole to take the money cup. Koh won low putts for the day.

The first round of the club championship was played Aug. 9 with golf professional John Demholm in charge. The championship will conclude Wednesday and will produce winners in two flights as well as the 2017 women’s champion.

The weekly game on Aug. 9 was gross and net in flights with Kenny and Adams in charge. First flight winners were: Koh, low gross; Criss, low net; and Kenny, low putts. Second flight wnners were: Shelle Pentes, low gross; Adams, low net; and Pam DiDomenico, low putts.

Birdies were recorded by DiDomenico on hole No. 2, Criss on hole No. 3 and Koh on hole No. 5. There were no chip-ins, so the money cup will carry over.

In the nine-hole golf group Charlene Freshwater won low gross and putts with Dotty Tegano taking low net.

Play will begin this week at 9 a.m., and a luncheon will follow in the clubhouse, where Denholm will announce the winners of the championship tournament.

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Town and Country Golf played the back nine of Spring Hills on Aug. 1. The gross winners were: A flight, Laura Froehlich; B flight, Kathy Antinone; and Rose Kaczmarek, C flight.

Other winners were:

Long drive Hole No. 11

A flight, Froehlich

B flight, Antinone

C flight, Nancy Lellie

Long drive hole No. 17

A flight, Minnie Walters

B flight, Antinone

C flight, Kaczmarek

Closest to the Pin No. 14

A flight, Wanda Retzer

B flight, Betty Jose

C flight, Kaczmarek

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