Blackmoor Ladies League played a game called "Nose," where players can only count the holes that have the letters in it that spells nose.
The winner of the event was Lori Defallo. Neysa McCart has closest to the pin on hole No. 4. Yuko Atwell was the winner of the longest putt on hole No. 8. Lucy Karran had the low putts.
All women are welcome to play every Monday at 5 p.m. Call (740) 765-5502 to sign up.
Winners of the Dyer Ladies Golf Association 18-hole club championship held on Aug. 3 were:
First place: Cindy Montgomery
Second place: Paula Hope
First place: Vickie Grant
Second place: Mary Arehart
Winners at the Dyer Ladies League, "Throw Out Two Worst Holes" event on Aug. 13 were:
A flight: Paula Hope
B flight: Teri Barkley
C flight: Mary Arehart
Proximity: Paula Hope
Chip-In: Teri Barkley
50/50 drawing: Mary Alice Meyer
MOUNTAINEER WOMEN'S NINE-HOLE LEAGUE
First-place team: Teri Barkley, Erikka Burracchio, Holly Kisner and Kristin McFadden
Second-place team: Kathi Moore, Patty Gerlando, Susan Mazzocco and Pam Walters
Third-place team: Ginger Green, Clondell Barkley, Pat Carey and Judy Sorrenti
50/50: Kristin McFadden
Chip-Ins: Signa Findlay and Kristin McFadden, both on hole No. 15.
Game: Low Gross
First place: Mary Ann Bainbride
Secon place: Kathi Moore
Third place: Signa Findlay
50/50: Sharon Coleman
Chip-ins: Peg Barber on No. 1 and Signa Findlay on No. 5
Birdies: Signa Findlay on No. 5
Game: Even Hole Count
First place: Mary Ann Bainbridge
Second place: Teri Barkley
Third place: Dorothy Baier
50/50: Susan Mazzocco
Game: Low Net
First place: Holly Kisner
Second place: Peg Barber
Third place: Erikka Burracchio
Chip-ins: Peg Barber on No. 14 and Susan Mazzocco on No.16
Birdies: Peg Barber on No. 14
MOUNTAINEER WOMEN'S 18-HOLE GAME
On Aug. 8, the game was the "Cha Cha game" which was played as one best ball for odd holes and two best balls on even holes.
Tie for 1st Place: Elaine Minda, Janet Stukins and Linda Wade and Holly Kisner, Kathi Moore and Cathy Ralston
Chip-in: Elaine Minda
Birdie: Elaine Minda
50/50: Linda Wade
The Pleasant Valley Ladies' Golf Association of Ponderosa Golf Course held its monthly meeting after play on Aug. 7 at the course restaurant. Linda Wade, tournament director, announced the July winners:
Event: Throw Out Three Holes
Winners: First place, Karen Heinz; second place, Kay Mortimer
Birdies: Linda Wade and Kay Mortimer
50/50: Barb Williams
Event: Throw Out Three Holes
Winners: First place, Betty Patterson; second place, Terry Viskovicz
50/50: Karen Pannett
Event: Back Nine Doubled
Winners: First place, Terry Viskovicz
Birdies: Terry Viskovicz
50/50: Barb Williams
Event: Two Best Ball
Winners: Team, Linda Wade, Glenda Virtue, Diane Kessler and Janet Backel
50/50: Glenda Virtue
Spring Hills Golf Course in East Springfield was "invaded" by red, white and blue as 100 women attended the God Bless America Invitational held there on Aug. 1.
As the players entered the complex decorated with flags and banners, they were greeted by helpers Dave Galbreath, Bob Alpino, Bob Syzmanek and Dave Leaduers - an effort coordinated by Lori Szymanek.
After check-in, the women were treated to a continental breakfast furnished by the ladies league and coordinated by Tammy Cox and Vickie Grant.
Group pictures were taken by Claudia Norris prior to play with players transformed into Miss America or Mrs. America complete with flowers and tiaras. Each member received a photo as an invitational keepsake.
Ann Eroshevich, president, welcomed the players, thanking them for their participation and thanked Spring Hills members who helped with the planning and preparation, especially owner Charlie Corder and Dan Stacy, golf pro. She also explained the hole sponsorship program enabling a donation to the Tony Teramana Cancer Center. There were 29 holes sponsored by Tri-State businesses and individuals.
Clubs represented included Beaver Meadows, Horsehoe Bend, Crispin, Ponderosa, Woodview, Oglebay, Dyer, Williams, Cadiz, Spring Hill, Blackmoor, Red Oaks, Mountaineer and Steubenville.
Mary Alice Meyer offered a prayer before the start of play. Each cart was adorned with red, white and blue pendants. Food at the turn featured a picnic-style fare with help from Suzie Rousey, Phyllis Bee and Charlotte Antil. A lunch was prepared by Connie's Corner.
Winners in the invitational were:
First place, low gross, team of Sharon Coleman, Susan Mazzocco, Teri Barkley and Cindy Vidus.
There was a tie for second place, broken by the score on the No. 1 handicap hole. Second-place low gross was the team of Sheryl Chewing, Betty Patterson, Deb Provenzano and Terry Viskovic.
Third-place low gross was the team of Priscilla Mavrich, Elaine Minda, Mishal Hawthorne and Mary Ann Bainbridge.
Low net winners were the first-place team of Denise Augustine, Linda Caputo, Cheryl Black and Renee Morelli. Second-place winner was Vicki McDonald, Sally Stello, Mary Ann Mowrey and Pat Meneilly. The third-place team was Nardis Hardi, Pat Urbanic, Linda Valek and Criss Jolly.
Proximity winners were: longest putt made on hole No. 17, Kathy Nubrun; closest to pin in two on hole No. 4 was a tie between Susan Mazzacco and Karen Faby; long drive on hole No. 15 was Mishal Hawthorne and No. 6 was Janice Cook.
Many door prizes were presented, including the Share the Wealth, which was a drawing of three tickets for women in attendance who shared the pot of wealth.
The Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played a two-lady best ball on Aug. 8 with the following winners:
A flight, team of Mary DiMichael and Claudia Norris with a 38; B flight, team of Linda Caputo and Jay Reisner with a 42; and C flight, team of Brenda McClosky and Mary Alice Meyer with a 46.
Long drive on No. 3 winners were Cindy Montgomery, Teri Barkley and Peggy Wang.
Closest to the pin on hole No. 2 were Teri Barkley, Ruth Lamantia and Susan Mazzacco.
The Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association played the first round of its club championship with golf professional John Denholm directing play. The championship is a 36-hole stroke play event, and Denholm gave each playing group the rules for play before tee-off. After the first round, two past champions were in close contention with Marilyn Kenny, who shot an 83, holding a three-stroke lead over YangJa Koh.
The weekly event was a gross and net tournament with Kim Criss as chairman. Winners in the first flight were: Kenny, low gross; Koh, low net; and Kenny and Koh tied for putts. Koh recorded three birdies during play with Kenny and Criss having one birdie each.
Second flight winners were: Dianna Adams, low gross and putts, and Renee Morelli, low net.
The nine-hole golfers also played the first round of their championship with Dotty Tegano in the lead going into this week's final round. Winners in their weekly event were Tegano, low gross, Shannon Irvin, low net, and Shirley Guida, putts.
This week will see the conclusion of the championship, and a celebratory luncheon will be held in the grill room following play.
The Cadiz Ladies Golf Association Club Championship was held with the play of the day being the best score on front nine minus handicap.
Winners were as follows:
A Flight - Nep Rowland
B Flight - Bonnie Beetham
C Flight - Donna Giffen
Putting winners were Billie Stanwick, Joann Watson and Nep Rowland
Chip In: Peg Buchanan and Nancy Beckert
Club Champions were:
A Flight Champion, Theresa Stotler
B Flight Champion, Bonnie Beetham
C Flight Champion, Ginny Ferrell
William's Ladies Golf Association along with the Pro Shop held an open "Rally for a Cure" on Aug. 10 to incorporate more participation this year. "Rally for a Cure" is the Susan G. Komen Foundation, dedicated to education and research about causes, treatment and a search for a cure. It is the most known and best funded breast cancer organization in the United States mostly identified by the "pink ribbon" symbol.
This year part of the proceeds also will be shared with a local charity, "Athena's Closset," a Weirton charity started by friends of Athena Ameredes, who died following a long bout with cancer. The group lends financial assistance to cancer patients for items not covered by insurances, such as wigs, travel expenses and some medical bills.
All participants and golfers met in the main dining room for a luncheon and presentation by Kelli McCoy, director of communications at Weirton Medical Center, who introduced special guests Dr. Carol Slomski, Dr. Rachael Gilman and staff of WMC.
William's Golf Professional Dean DiBerardino and assistant pros Jason Smoljanovich and Phil DiLorenzo announced the game of the day and the special "skill prizes" for both men and women, asking the group to meet on the practice green for the "ribbon" photo, wearing their special pink T-shirts provided by Phyllis Phillips.
Chef Marcus manned the outside grills for the dinner of steaks, salmon or chicken along with the side dishes and salads.
League President Linda Staffilino thanked all the participants and sponsors for a successful charity day.
DiBerardino announced winners for the day would receive $300 per team and runners-up would receive $140 per team, sponsored by Weirton Medical Center.
Women's winners were Kathy Sembrat, Carol Pfaff, Linda Dimsho and Carol Bayer with a score of 181. Runners-up went to Terri Mattock, Dona Curry, Leslie Kernan and Claire Van Matre with a score of 185.
Co-ed winners were Jennie and Jim Epifano, Maribeth and Mike Arlia with a score of 171. Runners-up were Joanne Letcher, Scott Jones, Kathy Hale and George Berry with a score of 186.
Men's winners were Adam Simich, Larry Kunzelman, John Tunanidas and Richard Lawton with a score of 207. Runners-up were P.J. Good, Mike Myers, Todd Martin and Tim Egyud with a score of 210.
Skill prizes in the "Longest Drive in Fairway for Women" was Priscilla Mavrich, and Ron Furbee for the men. "Longest Putt Made" for women was Bayer on hole No. 7 and on hole No. 9 Curry. For the men on hole No. 9 it was Berry, and hole No. 14, Mike Arlia. Each received $25.
Closest to the pin on hole No. 12 for women was Kernan and for the men hole No. 8 was Furbee, who each received a pair of golf shoes.
Closest to the Balloon in two shots for the women was Van Matre and for the men, Doug Dunn.
The women who reached the green on hole No. 12 received a rally golf ball were Linda Froehlich, Kernan, Debbie Phillippi, Signa Findlay, Sembrat, Pfaff, Linda Dimsho, Joyce Fazio, Susan Dunn, Susan Mazzocco, Arlia, Epifano, Nancy Snyder, Diane Becker and Diane Kessler.
The men who reached the green on hole No. 8 to receive a rally golf ball were Steinbock, Scott Jones, Adam Simich, Furbee and Bob Yuricic.
Committee members were Priscilla Mavrich, Phyllis Phillips and Staffilino. The photographer was Karen Edwards, and Ed Phillips for the aerial truck for photos. Ticket sellers were Jennie Epifano and Maribeth Arlia.
The William's Ladies Golf Association held an "Odd Hole Tourney" using half of handicaps, with winners in three flights.
First flight Winner was Sue Sakara, with a score of 43, and runner-up was Jennie Epifano coming in with a 44.
Phyllis Phillips took the second flight win with a score of 44, and Erikka Buracchio was runner-up with a 51.
Third flight winner was Vi Stein with a score of 48. The runner-up ended in a tie score of 52 with both Jerry Chambers and Kay Mascio.
Skill prizes for the day was longest drive on hole No. 1. In flight one, Sakara was the winner; flight two missed the fairway; and flight three was taken by Stein.
Longest putt on hole No. 14 for the field was Epifano, who also was the "Pot of Gold" winner with a chip-in. This week's play will start the club championships in a two-week event. Players must call the pro shop to be listed for tee times.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
The Town and Country Women's Leauge held its nine holes tournament on July 18 at Spring Hills Golf Course, which was sponsored by Wintersville Trophy Shop.
Winners were Rose Kazmarek, low net winner, and Signa Findlay, low gross winner.
Lucy Karaan was tournament chairman.