Blackmoor Monday Ladies Golf League participants played a point game on July 28.
The event winner was Lucy Karaan. Lacey Bennett had a chip-in on hole No. 11. Christina Rock had low putts.
WILLIAMS WINNERS — Williams Ladies Golf Association held a two-week event to determine the “Senior Club Championship” with winners being, from left, 12th-time Senior Club Championship winner Priscilla Mavrich; runner-up Jennie Epifano; Karen Pitchok, second flight low net; Erikka Buracchio, third flight low gross; and Vi Stein, low net winner.
Kathy Smith was the hostess on July 30 for Cadiz Country Club's Women's Golf Association. Play of the day was "Musical Chairs," where net scores on each six holes were drawn at the end of 18 holes.
The winning team consisted of Cathy Shepherd, Peg Buchanan and Nancy Beckert. The "Putt Pot" was split between Nep Rowland and Bonnie Beetham.
Ginny Ferrell will be the hostess on Aug. 6.
Members were reminded to sign up for the club championship tournament to be played on Aug. 6 and Aug. 13.
Winners of the Dyer Ladies League points game on July 29 were:
A flight: Debbie Phillippi;
B flight: Sharon Coleman; and
C flight: Ann Eroshevich.
Chip In: Sharon Coleman
Proximity and 50-50 drawing: Cindy Montgomery
Play Chairmen: Vickie Grant and Mary Arehart.
The women will begin a Ringer Tournament for the whole month of August with a league championship at the end of the month.
Dyer Country Club held a mixed couples golf scramble on July 26. Winners of the evening were:
First place: Bill and Paula Hope
Second place: Dennis McGrath and Sue Gibson
Third place (tie): Mike and Vickie Grant
Fourth place (tie): Bob and Lori Szmanek
Fifth place: Bob Rawlings and Mary Alice Meyer
Closest to pin Par 3, hole No. 5 winners were: Men, Dennis McGrath and women, Paula Hope
18-HOLE WOMEN'S GOLF
July 24 was the first round of the Woodview Women's Golf Association championship. The championship is comprised of three rounds of play with the winners having the lowest two combined 18-hole scores.
Leading the gross division by three strokes is Elaine Minda with Mary Ann Bainbridge and Marilyn Kenny tied for second place. Leading the net division is Janet Stukins with Janice Torrance in second place.
Winning the longest putt made on No. 14 was Stukins with Bainbridge winning both closest to the pins on Nos. 5 and 17 and the carryover money pot.
Spring Hills Ladies played low gross by flights.
The winners were: A flight, Terri Barkley with a 41; B flight winner with a 44 was Linda Caputo; and C flight winner with a 46 was Tammy Cox.
Other winners were: Long Drive A flight, Lori Szymanek; B flight; Linda Caputo; and C flight; Mary Alice Myers.
Cindy Montgomery had a chip-in. Closest to the pin winners were A flight, Claudia Norris; B flight, Jay Risener; and C flight, Peggy Ramsey. Low putts with 14 for the night was Mary DiMichael.
Linda Caputo also had two birdies for the night.
Marge Alpino was the 50/50 winner.
STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
A three-woman team using two best balls was the weekly event played by the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with YangJa Koh and Charlene Freshwater as hostesses.
Taking first place was the team of Koh, Shelle Pentes and Theresa Metcalf with a score of 145. The second place team with a score of 150 was Marilyn Kenny, Freshwater and Shirley Guida. Kenny took the low putts prize in the first flight, and Dianna Adams won putts for the second flight.
Freshwater chipped in on No. 5 for a par to take the money cup. Koh recorded a birdie on No. 12.
A celebration was held for Freshwater following play to mark a milestone birthday. She received a floral bouquet and cupcakes were enjoyed by all.
Adams reminded golfers to sign up in the locker room for the club championship which will be held Aug. 13 and Aug. 20.
This week's event will be a NOSE tournament in flights. Golfers are asked to report at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.
Town and Country Women Golf League played a medal play, best scores even holes at Spring Hills Golf Course on July 24.
There was two-way tie with Laura Froehlich and Kay Mortimar the winners.
Longest drive on hole No. 3: A, Lucy Karaan; B, Kathy Antinone; and C, Rose Kaczmarek.
Longest Drive on hole No. 5: A, Froehlich; B, Antinone; and C, Kaczmarek.
There was a four-way tie for the lowest putts: Froehlich, Wanda Retzer, Jeanne Dowden and Edie Higgins.
Mortimar had a chip-in and a birdie on hole No. 4.
Willaims Ladies Golf Association held a two-week event to determine the "Senior Club Championship." Regaining her title for the 12th time was the previous champ, Priscilla Mavrich, edging out Jennie Epifano, last year's champ.
Epifano takes her honor with the club "Runner-Up" title this year.
First flight winner with low gross was Mavrich; second flight low gross went to Epifano; and Karen Pitchok took low net in second flight.
Third flight low gross winner was Erikka Buracchio with Vi Stein taking low net.
The women met for lunch where a "toast" was given by Hostess Kay Mascio to the Mavrich and congratulations to all the other flight winners.
Winners from the first week within the Senior Champs Low Gross/Low Net event in first flight low gross was Epifano and low net, Buracchio.
Second flight low gross was taken by Mascio and Stein took low net.
Skill prize for lowest putts in first place was Stein and second place, Epifano.
Sue Sakara took the "Pot of Gold" with a chip-in on hole No. 16 with a three-week jackpot.
Second-week winners of the "Low Net" event within the tourney in first flight was a tie with Mavrich and Maribeth Arlia, second place, also a tie with Epifano and Pitchok.
Second flight winner was Sakara, with Buracchio taking second place.
Jerry Chambers took the "Pot of Gold" the second week with a chip-in on hole No. 1.
Assistant Pro Jason Smoljanovich figured and scored all three events and announced the winners.
President Linda Staffilino held a meeting following the luncheon with the co-chair Mavrich and Phyllis Phillips for the upcoming pink "Rally for a Cure" charity cancer event for male, female or mixed teams to be held Aug. 9.
Interested players can contact the Williams Pro Shop or any committee member to register their teams.