The Dyer Ladies League hosted its fourth-annual Ryder Cup mini guest day on May 20.
The format was split between a best ball, alternate shot and a scramble using two women teams.
Dyer Ladies League winners were, front, from left, Teri Barkley, Cindy Montgomery, Theresa Metcalf and Mary Arehart, and back, Kathy Sapp, Diana Adams, Debbie Phillippi, Paula Hope and Mary Ann Bainbridge.
After golf the ladies enjoyed a pizza party and awards.
Tournament chairmen were Paula Hope, Vickie Grant and Mary Arehart.
The registration table was headed by Cindy Montgomery, Ann Eroshevich and Tammy Cox.
Desserts were provided by Patty Filak, Mary Arehart and Betty Kelly.
Margaret's Cafe donated gift certificates for the proximity prizes.
East Liverpool City Hospital/River Valley Health Partners donated favor packets for each golfer.
The next major event the ladies league will be hosting is "The Firecracker" open tournament on July 1.
Winners A Flight:
First-place team: Paula Hope, Mary Ann Bainbridge
Second-place team: Cindy Montgomery, Teri Barkley
Winners B Flight:
First-place team: Debbie Phillippi, Diana Adams
Second-place team: Mary Arehart, Theresa Metcalf
Closest to pin hole No. 5: Paula Hope
Closest to pin in two hole No. 6: Kathy Sapp
50-50 drawing: Paula Hope
The Mountaineer Women's 9-Hole League had their first scramble of the year on May 19. Payouts for each team member were $15 for first place; $10 for second place; and $5 for third place.
First place: Kathi Moore, Erikka Burrachio, Signa Findlay and Mary Kay Schuetz
Second place: Teri Barkley, Sharon Coleman and Judy Sorrenti
Third place: Patty Filak, Clondell Barkley, Dorothy Baier and Patti Powelson
50/50: Patty Gerlando
Chip-In: Signa Findlay on No. 10 and Patti Powelson on No.18
The game for next Monday will be 2 Free Putts which will be played on the first nine.
The Mountaineer Women's 18-Hole Golf League played a low gross/low net event on May 20.
Low gross winners were Jan Torrance, first place and Elaine Minda, second place. Winners for the low net game were Cathy Ralston, first place, with Marilyn Kenny placing second.
Closest to the pin on hole No. 5 was Torrance and longest putt made on hole No.13 was Ralston. Closest to the pin on hole No. 17 was almost won by Kenny when golfers on an adjacent hole reported her ball missed going in the hole by about an inch and waved good-bye as it rolled off the green. There will be a carryover on hole No. 17 next week.
Anyone interested in joining the league can show up on Thursday mornings by 8 a.m. Dues for the season are $25.