The Blackmoor Monday Evening Golf League played a "three-gal, best ball" event on July 14.
Winners of the event were Yuko Williams, Lacey Bennett and Linda Caputo. Yuko Williams had closest to the pin on hole No. 12; Linda Caputo took long drive on hole No. 17; and Lucy Karran had low putts.
RALLY FOR THE CURE — Winners and participants in the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association Rally for the Cure Tournament were, first row, from left, Theresa Metcalf, Shelle Pentes, Renee Morelli, YangJa Koh and Dianna Adams; and second row, Marilyn Kenny, Dee Dee Scugoza, Dotty Tegano and Charlene Freshwater.
All women are welcome to play in the league on Mondays at 5 p.m. Call Blackmoor Golf Club to sign up.
Hostess for July 16 play was Nancy Beckert, and play of the day was "Best score on the odd numbered holes and one half handicap."
Winners were: A flight, Nep Rowland; no B flight players; and C flight, Ginny Ferrell.
The "Putt Pot" was won by Nep Rowland with 28 putts for 18 holes.
Winners of the "Low Gross Game" in flights for July 15 at the Dyer Ladies League were:
A flight: Cindy Montgomery;
B flight: Lucy Karaan; and
C flight: Mary Arehart.
Proximity: Arlene Owens
50-50 drawing: Paula Hope
Play chairmen: Mary Arehart and Mary Alice Meyer
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played "Blind Partners" on July 10.
Winners for the night were A flight, the team of Neysa McCart and Dru Fleishour; B flight, Jay Risnear and Lee Ann Grimm; and C flight winners, the team of Eleanor Kindsvatter and Brenda McClosky.
Long drive A flight was Marge Alpino; B flight, Sharon Coleman; and C flight, Tammy Cox.
Closest to the pin on No. 4 in two was A flight, Marge Alpino; B flight, Jay Risnear; and C flight, Brenda McClosky.
The 50/50 winner was Jay Risnear, which topped off her night after winning "Blind Partner B flight" and also closest to the pin.
STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
YangJa Koh was the big winner in the Rally for the Cure Tournament held by the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with Renee Morelli as chairman. This marked the 15th consecutive year the Steubenville Women golfers held their annual rally to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Each golfer contributed an entry fee to benefit Komen for the Cure, the nation's largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to curing breast cancer.
The highlight of the rally tournament was a closest to the pin contest on the par three second hole. Koh put her tee shot within 2 feet of the flag to win a Datrek black and pink golf bag donated by Komen. Each golfer received a Titleist golf ball bearing the pink ribbon breast cancer awareness symbol.
Following play, a luncheon was held in the clubhouse grill room where Morelli distributed pink and gray insulated tote bags courtesy of the Komen Foundation. Each bag contained pink golf socks and tees, two pink lapel pins with ribbon logos, a Card for the Cure donated by Hallmark, a gift card from Golfsmith and educational material regarding breast cancer detection. Every participant also received a one-year subscription from Conde Nast Publications. In keeping with the theme all golfers dressed in pink for the event.
The weekly event was "throw out two worst holes," one on each nine. Winners were: Dianna Adams, first place; Morelli, second place; and Theresa Metcalf, third place. Koh won low putts with 31 putts. Chip-ins were recorded by Koh on No. 10 and Metcalf on No. 8 to share the money cup which had carried over from the previous week.
This week's event will be the annual Pink and Blue Tournament with Koh and Charlene Freshwater as hostesses. Golfers are asked to report to the pro shop at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.
TOWN & COUNTRY
On July 10, Town & Country Women's Golf League played a "Throw Out Two Worst Holes."
The winners were: A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, Jane Myers.
Winners for long drive on hole No. 3 were: A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Jeanne Dowden; and C flight, Rose Kaczmarek.
Winners for long drive on hole No. 6 were: A flight, Laura Froehlich; B flight, Norma Henson; and C flight, Shirley Guida.
Winners for closest to the pin on hole No. 8 were: A Flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, Nancy Lellie.
Players who had the lowest putts were A flight, Signa Findlay; B flight, Patty Saccoccia; and C flight, triple winners, Jane Myers, Janet Backel and Rose Kaczarek.
Signa Findlay and Nancy Lellie each had a chip-in.
The Williams Ladies Golf Association held a "Low Gross Low Net" event July 15, paying out in two flights.
Flight one low gross score went to Jennie Epifano, posting a 94, and low net to Erikka Buracchio with score of 71.
Second flight low gross was taken by Kay Mascio with a score of 108 and Vi Stein taking low net with an 83.
Skill prize for the day was lowest putts with Stein placing first and Epifano, second.
The Pot of Gold went to Sue Sakara, chipping in on hole No.16 for a three-week carryover prize. The members attending also wished Sakara a happy 52nd wedding anniversary and still taking time to play golf.
Jason Smoljanovich figured and announced all the winners.
Next week will be the first week of the two-week senior championship. Players must register in advance with the Pro Shop and then call the day prior to the tourney for actual tee times. Those not playing in the championship will play a regular 18-hole event.
The Williams Ladies Golf Association held the annual "Beat the Pro" this year with Williams Golf Professional Dean DiBerardino playing against the women and turning in a gross score of 74.
The women playing against the pro got to use their "net scores" to "Beat the Pro."
Vi Stein came in first net score with a 66, and Sue Sakara followed with a 68. Marybeth Arlia and Erikka Buracchio came in third with net scores of 70.
Skill prize for the week was "Closest to the Line" on hole No. 18 and was won by Rita Kohn.
Chip-ins will be a carry over to the week following the "20,000 Golf Leagues Under the Sea" Invitational.