DYERS LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION
Winners of the Dyer Ladies Golf Association points game for for June 10 were:
A flight: Cindy Montgomery
From left are Dyer Ladies Golf Association Memorial Tournament winners Mary Arehart, Vickie Grant and Paula Hope.
B flight: Teri Barkley
C flight: Mary Arehart
Proximity: Cindy Montgomery
50-50 Drawing: Ann Eroshevich
Play Chairmen: Betty Kelly, Ann Eroshevich
Winners of the Dyer Ladies Golf Association annual Memorial Tournament on June 7 were:
First Low Net: Mary Arehart
Second Low Net: Vickie Grant
Paula Hope recorded a hole in one on June 6, witnessed by Vickie Grant, George Fisher.
The hole in one was on hole No. 5, gold tees - 128 yds., 7 iron
The Blackmoor Ladies League played the "Red-Yellow and White Tees" on June 2. Winner of the event was Lucy Karran.
Linda Caputo had the second low score.
Tammy Cox and Denise Augustine tied for low putts.
The Blackmoor Ladies League played a low net on June 9 with Cheryl Black the winner.
Renee Morelli was on a winning streak. She had a chip in on hole No. 15, and closest to the pin on hole No. 12. Morelli and Linda Caputo tied for long drive on hole No. 18. Lucy Karran took low putts.
All women are welcome to join the play on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. Call (740) 765-5502 for information.
Cathy Shepherd was hostess For Cadiz Women's Golf on June 11 when Play of the Day was a Blind Partner game.
First place went to the team of Cathy Shepherd and Kathy Smith. Coming in second was the team of Nep Rowland and Joann Watson. The low putt pot was split between Nep Rowland, Cathy Shepherd and Glenda Sensel. After lunch plans were discussed for the upcoming invitational on June 25.
Wednesday's hostess will be Nancy Beckert.
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played alternating shot on June 5 with a club meeting held afterwards.
Winners for the night were the first-place team of Lori Szymanek and Mary Arehart. Second place was a tie between the teams of Kathy Miller and Lee Ann Grimm and the team of Neysa McCart and Brenda McClosky.
Long drive in A flight was Dru Fleshour; B flight, Judy Hare Galbreath; and C flight, Mary Arehart.
Lori Szymanek and Pat Carey both had chip-ins.
Linda Caputo won the 50/50.
Ann Eroshevich, president, presided at the brief meeting.
The league will conduct a 50/50 drawing with the winner to be drawn the night of play on July 31.
A by-law amendment was approved to cap-score per hole at maximum of 10.
The invitational on Aug. 7 at Spring Hills Golf Club will be to the theme of "I Love Sports," a four-woman scramble. Cost is $55 per person with a team handicap of 40. The entry fee will include 18 holes with a cart, continental breakfast, food at the turn and a luncheon following play. Participants are encouraged to wear their favorite team colors from high school, college or professional.
It was noted that entry forms have been sent to local cubs. Additional forms are available by contacting club members or by calling the pro shop at (740) 543-3270.
New team handicaps were done by club pro Dan Stacy.
Guest Day will be observed June 26. Members are encouraged to bring a guest for a night of fun, food and prizes.
STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
The Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association played a gross and net tournament in flights as its weekly event June 11 and the second round of the President's Cup with Shelle Pentes and Theresa Metcalf as hostesses.
In the first flight Kim Criss won low gross and putts with YangJa Koh taking the low net prize. Second flight winners were Pentes, low gross, and Adams, low net. They tied for the putting honors. Metcalf was the low gross and putts winner in the third flight with Renee Morelli claiming the low net prize. Dotty Tegano was the low gross winner for the nine-hole golfers.
The President's Cup play will continue for the next two Wednesdays with the winner being the golfer with the best three of four net scores.
Adams announced that plans are progressing for the East Ohio Women's Golf Association tournament which will be hosted by Steubenville on July 31 and Aug. 1. Invitations have been sent to the six clubs that will participate along with Steubenville Country Club in this major event. Criss and Marilyn Kenny are assisting Adams.
This week's event will be one best ball. Eighteen- hole golfers are asked to report to the pro shop at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. tee off, and nine-hole golfers will show up at 9 a.m. for a 9:30 a.m. start.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Town and Town and Country had a medal play on June 5 at Spring Hills Golf Course.
Winners were: Low Gross, A, Laura Froehlich; B, Jeanne Dowden; C, Shirley Guida.
Low Net, A, Signa Findlay; B, Patty Saccoccia; C, Margie Serafini.
Longest drive hole No. 3: A, Froehlich; B, Saccoccia; C, Irene Vaja.
Longest drive hole No. 7: A, Kay Mortimar; B, Saccoccia; C, Vaja.
Closest to pin, No. 8: A, Findlay; B, Edie Higgins; C, Serafini.
Findlay had the lowest putts.
Town and Country players had their golf game at Spring Hills Golf Course on June 10. Best Score, Odd Numbers was played for the day.
The winners were: A, Wanda Retzer and Lucy Karaan; B, Edie Higgins; C, Shirley Guida. Longest Drive Hole No. 2, A, Retzer; B, Higgins; C, Guida. Longest Drive Hole No. 6, A, Karaan; B, Patty Saccoccia; C, Serafini. Closest to Pin Hole No. 4, B, Kathy Anthinone; C, Serafini. Rose Kazmarek got the lowest putts.
Williams Ladies Golf Association held a "Pink Ball Tournament" for the week of June 3. This event consists of three-women teams with a "pink ball" rotated by the team members to complete 18 holes. If the ball is lost, the team loses.
First-place low net team honors went to Jennie Epifano, Erikka Buracchio. The second-place team was Sue Sakara, Rita Kohn and Rita Wickham.
Third-place team honors went to Linda Staffilino, Alicia Myers and Jerry Chambers.
Skill prizes for the day was low putts. Buracchio took first flight with 33 putts, and Maureen Dumbaugh took second flight with 36 putts.
The "Pot of Gold" prize was split between three winners with Myers making a chip-in on hole No. 9, Wickham on hole No. 10 and Sakara on hole No. 14.
June 10 was the "Putters Tourney" paying the first three places. First-place winner was Priscilla Mavrich with 31 putts, a tie for Second Place, Staffilino and Epifano with 32 putts. Third-place was Kay Mascio with 33.
Skill prizes for the day was longest putt made on designated holes, and it became "Kay Mascio Day" in the winner's circle.
Mascio took hole No. 2 with an 8-foot, 8-inch putt, hole No. 10 with a 10-foot 91/2-inch putt, and also hole No. 14 with an 11-foot, 9-inch putt. Vi Stein took hole No. 7 with the longest putt of the day, a 13-footer.
"Pot of Gold" went to Mavrich with a chip-in on hole No. 3.
President Linda Staffilino announced the meeting dates for Williams Ladies Invitational Spectacular favors, prizes and decorating. There is only one team space left.