Blackmoor Ladies Monday Evening League played a "Throw out Your Worst Holes" event on Sept. 23. The winner was Lucy Karran.
Long drive honors went to Lori Defallo on hole No. 11. Yuko Atwell had a long drive also on hole No. 14.
CADIZ WINNERS — The Cadiz Ladies Golf Association’s “End of the Season” golf outing was held Sept. 25 with an awards dinner where winners recognized were, first row, from left, Billie Stanwick, Theresa Stotler and Nep Rowland; and second row, Donna Griffin, Marcia Bedway, Cathy Smith and Joann Watson.
WILLIAMS WOMEN — Williams Ladies Golf Association end-of-year winners and officers are, below, from left, Priscilla Mavrich, club champion; Jennie Epifano, senior champion, Maribeth Arlia, runner-up club champion; Jerry Chambers, invitational; Toni Vosseler, games; Phyllis Phillips, secretary; Vi Stein, most improved player; Rita Wickham, treasurer; Alicia Myers, publicity; and Linda Staffilino, president.
Sue Sakara was the winner of the “West Virginia Pin.”
Cheryl Black took Low Putts.
On Sept. 30, the league played a low gross event won by Lucy Karran. Long drive on hole No. 2 went to Cheryl Black, and Neysa McCart took closest to the pin on the second shot on hole No. 8. Low putts went to Signa Fenton and Linda Caputo.
Monday evening play will continue at 4:30 p.m. with all women golfers welcome.
Final game results for the Mountaineer Woodview Women's 18-Hole Association in September and August:
Game: Low Putts
First: Kathi Moore
Second: Janet Stukins
Third: Cathy Ralston
Greenies: Cathy Ralston on No.15
Game: Low Net on Front, Back and Total on 18 Holes
Winner: Kathi Moore on all three events
Greenies: Janet Stukins on No. 5 and Kathi Moore on No. 17
Chip-Ins: Kathi Moore on No. 2 and No. 4
Game: Guess your score without going over
Winner: Patty Filak
Longest Drive: Patty Filak on No. 14
50/50: Janet Stukins
Game: Low Gross
First: Cathy Ralston
Second: Janet Stukins
Third: Dotty Virtue
Polies: Dotty Virtue and Cathy Ralston
Game: Low Putts after subtracting number of fairway shots
First: Cathy Ralston
Second: Kathi Moore
Third: Elaine Minda and Dotty Virtue
Greenies: Elaine Minda and Dotty Virtue
Chip-In: Karen Pannet on No. 4
Birdies: Elaine Minda on No. 13 and No. 17
50/50: Cathy Ralston
The Pleasant Valley Ladies' Golf League of Ponderosa Golf course announced its September winners after play at a luncheon held in the course restaurant on Sept. 25. Tournament Director Linda Wade announced the following:
Event: Low Gross, Low Net, Low Putts
Winners: Low Gross-Glenda Virtue
Low Net-Tie: Betty Patterson, Janet Backel
Low Putts-Glenda Virtue
Birdies: Betty Patterson, Karen Heinz
50/50 Winner: Karen Heinz
Event: One Best Ball (Team)
Winners: Linda Wade
Birdies: Betty Patterson, Terry Viskovicz
Chip-Ins: Linda Wade
50/50 Winner: Peggy Fiedorczyk
Winners: First-Terry Viskovicz
Birdies: Betty Patterson, Terry Viskovicz (two), Karen Heinz
50/50 Winner: Betty Patterson
Event: T's & F's
Winners: Tie-Glenda Virtue, Karen Pannett
Birdies: Peggy Fiedorczyk, Betty Patterson, Terry Viskovicz
50/50 Winner: Glenda Virtue
Mountaineer Woodview Women's 18-Hole Association held its end-of-the-year banquet, honoring winners. Play will resume in May, and anyone interested in joining should contact any of the pictured members.
18 Hole Champion, Elaine Minda.
Runner-Up, Cathy Ralston.
Second flight winner, Linda Wade.
Third flight winner, Karen Pannett.
Most Birdies: Elaine Minda.
Gross, Elaine Minda.
Net, Kathi Moore.
On the final play day of the season the Williams Ladies Golf Association held a "Poker Scramble," and the first- place winners were Maribeth Arlia and Linda Staffilino, and second-place went to Priscilla Mavrich and Toni Vosseler. The third-place team was Jennie Epifano, Vi Stein and Kay Mascio.
Skill prizes for the day was long drive in the fairway on hole No. 13 with first flight going to Arlia; Rita Kohn took the second flight; and Vosseler took the third flight drive.
"Pot of Gold" was shared by Arlia, Staffilino and Alicia Myers, all with chip-ins.
Following play, a luncheon was served in the presidents dining room with guests for the day, Williams Pro Dean DiBerardino and Assistant Pro Jason Smoljanovich, announcing and handing out the weekly prizes and the end-of-year awards.
Awards prize chairman was Arlia choosing gift certificates from the Pro Shop, allowing the winners to choose their individual prize or prizes.
First Award presented was for "Super Senior Champion Net" and went to Vi Stein, "Super Senior Champion" was Sue Sakara.
"Senior Champion Net" was Priscilla Mavrich, and "Senior Champion" was taken by Jennie Epifano.
The West Virginia Pin is presented at the end of season each year after a two-week tournament and must be to a resident of West Virginia. The winner was Sue Sakara.
Third flight net score went to Stein, and third flight gross score winner was Erikka Buracchio. Second flight net score was Rita Kohn and second flight gross score went to Sakara. First flight net score was taken by Epifano.
Runner-up club champion was taken by Arlia and club champion went to Mavrich.
Ringers and Birdie Chairman Stein also gave Pro Shop gift certificates for winners to choose their own gifts. Flight three birdie winner was Buracchio; second flight winner was Linda Staffilino; and first flight winner, Arlia.
Ringer winners for first flight gross was Arlia. First flight net winner went to Epifano. Second flight gross was Sakara, and second flight net was Kohn. Third flight gross was Buracchio, and third flight net winner was Stein.
The "Most Improved Lady Golfer" who lowered her handicap by the most points went to Stein.
Chairman for the closing luncheon was Mascio, assisted by Sakara with a fall theme for table decorations. A jarred candy dish with a Williams logo was given to each person attending along with various colored live mum plants in a jack-o-lantern pot.
The new officers for the coming season will be: Staffilino, president; secretary, Phillips; treasurer, Wickham; hospitality, Mascio; games committee, Epifano, Vosseler and Burrachio; awards, Arlia; Rally for a Cure, Mavrich and Phillips; invitational, Staffilino, Chambers and Maureen Dumbaugh; publicity Myers; ringers and birdies, Stein; and nominations, Sakara, Mavrich and Mascio.
For the month of October the women will be playing on Tuesday mornings at 10 a.m. without formal play.