Blackmoor's Monday Night Ladies League played a blind draw event on June 17.
The winners were Lucy Karran and Signa Findlay.
Tammy Cox rook low putts.
Findlay had closest to the pin on nole No. 8.
Mountaineer Women's 18-Hole Association. June 20th
The women invited the men from Mountaineer Woodview to join in play with the men providing breakfast and the women preparing lunch.
Game: Two-Person Best Ball
First place: Cathy Ralston, Joe McFarland, Dave Chafin, Frank Hanselman
Second place: Elaine Minda, Karen Pannett, Gary Virtue, Tim Walnoha
Third place: Pat Carey, Linda Wade, Doc Clarke, Dick Pannett
Fourth place: Erin Ankrum, Jay Carey, Terrry Grant, Dave Nixon
50/50 winner: Dick Pannett
Erin Ankrum, Jay Carey, Terry Grant, Dave Nixon (3)
Pat Carey, Linda Wade, Doc Clarke, Dick Pannett (2)
Kathi Moore, Charlotte McCoy, Jim Torrance, Dave Z (2)
Cathy Ralston, Joe McFarland, Dave Chafin, Frank Hanselman (1)
Patty Filak, Janice Whitaker, Andy Gulish, Bob Wade (1)
Game: T's & F's
First place: Elaine Minda
Second place: Cathy Ralston
Third place: Patty Filak
Chip-ins: Dotty Virtue on No. 10
Kathi Moore on No. 9
50/50: Cathy Ralston
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played the second half of Spring Handicap on the back nine on June 20.
A flight, Mary DiMichael with a score of 42; coming in second in A flight was a tie between Neysa McCart and Claudia Norris.
B flight, Amy Mader with a score of 42; coming in second again with a tie Erin Mader and Vickie Grant.
C flight, Brenda McClosky with a 50 and coming in second was Eleanor Kindsvatter,
Proximity winners were Long Drive on No. 18, A flight, Cindy Montgomery; B flight, none in fairway; C flight, Eleanor Kindsvatter.
Closest to the pin in 2 on No. 16, A flight, Lori Szymanek; B flight, Erin Mader; and C flight, Eleanor Kindsvatter.
Low putts for the evening was Brenda McClosky with 15 putts.
The 50/50 winner was Neysa McCart.
Following play, a brief business meeting was conducted by Ann Eroshevich, president.
The invitational on Aug. 1 is a four-woman scramble. The league will pay first, second and third low gross and low net in each flight.
There will be mulligans and team skins and a share the wealth 50/50 where all money collected will be given to players.
Decorations will be red, white and blue. The fee will remain $55.
Sponsors for holes will be spearheaded by Dru Fleshour. Signs will be done by Mary Alice Myers. Team photos will be done by Claudia Norris.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Town and Country Women Golf League had a medal playon June 20 at Spring Hills Golf Course on the back nine.
Low gross, A flight, Signa Findlay and Wanda Retzer; B, Edie Higgins; C, Irene Vaja.
Low net, A flight, Jeanne Dowden; B, Kathy Antinone; C, Margie Serafini.
Long drive No. 11, A flight, Laura Froehlich; B, Antinone; C, Vaja.
Long drive No. 17, A flight, Findlay; B, Antinone; C, Shirley Guida.
Close to pin No. 16, A flight, Lillian Kestner; B, Higgins; C, Vaja.
Wanda Retzer had the lowest putts, and Bobbie Mangan had a chip-in.
The Williams Ladies Golf Association held its annual "Beat the Pro" event, playing against Assistant Pro Jason Smoljanovich.
With the Pro shooting a 75 only 3 over par, the association still had three women beating him with their net scores. Winners were Phyllis Phillips and Sue Sakara with 72's and Rita Kohn with a 74.
Linda Staffilino tied with her score of 75.
The "Pot of Gold" held a two-week "jackpot" for Maribeth Arlia chipping in on hole No. 8 and Rita Wickham on hole No. 10.
Skill prize for the week was second shot on hole No. 6. First flight went to Priscilla Mavrich, second flight was Alicia Myers and Rita Wickham in third flight.
Staffilino, association president, called a meetings following the luncheon with her "Invitation Committee" photographer Karen Edwards and theme coordinator Toni Vosseler.
Rally co-chairs Mavrich and Phillips also met with Staffilino to continue plans for the Aug. 10 event.
This week's play will be "Throw out Par 5's" in mixed flights, and players are asked to call the pro shop to be listed for play.