Blackmoor Monday Evening Ladies League played a red-yellow and white event on Aug. 4.
Everyone teed off on three of the red tees, three yellow tees and three white tees.
WINNERS — Mountaineer Woodview Women's 18-Hole Golf Association's championship winners were, from left, Janet Stukins, low net winner; Elaine Minda, club champion; and Janice Torrance, runner-up.
Winner of the event was Lorie Defallo. Denise Augustine had longest drive on hole No. eight. Linda Caputo had low putts. Lucy Kaaran had a chip-in on hole No. 7, 40 yards to the hole and also had longest putt on hole No. 4.
The Cadiz Women's Golf Association used a poker game format for Play of the Day on Aug. 6.
Hostess Nep Rowland announced the winner was Cathy Shepherd by scoring five on nine different holes. The putt pot was split by Rowland, Kathy Smith and Peg Buchanan.
Wednesday's hostess will be Ginny Ferrell.
The first round of the club championship was played and will be completed next Wednesday.
MOUNTAINEER WOODVIEW NINE-HOLE WOMEN'S?GOLF?ASSOCIATION
Results for Aug. 4 play for the Woodview Women's Golf League were:
Game: Best Ball
First place: Errica Buracchio, Sharon Coleman, Peg Barber - Net 30
Second place: Erin Ankrum, Holly Kisner, Pam Walters - Net 31
Third place: Patty Gerlando, Dorothy Baier, MaryAnn Yanni - Net 32
Sheila Robinson: Two chip-ins on fifth hole and second hole
Sherri Nuzum: Chip-in on first hole
Errica Buracchio: Birdie on seventh hole
50/50 winner: MaryAnn Yanni
MOUNTAINEER WOODVIEW 18-HOLE WOMEN'S?GOLF?ASSOCIATION
Aug. 5 was the third and final round of the Mountaineer Woodview Women's 18-Hole Golf Association's championship. Winning the championship for the second year in a row was Elaine Minda, who won by six strokes over her closest competitor. Runner-up for the championship was Janice Torrance, and winning the low net of the field was Janet Stukins.
In addition to the championship, a weekly game of low gross and low net was played. Winning low gross was Minda with Stukins and Cathy Ralston in a tie for low net. Torrance won the carryover money pot for closest to the pin on No. 5 and also won the longest putt made on No. 13. Marilyn Kenny won the money pot for closest to the pin on No. 17.
This week the women's association will join ranks with the men's league for a mixed scramble.
July 31 was the second round of three in the Mountaineer Woodview's 18-Hole Women's Golf Association championship. Leading the field by four strokes is Elaine Minda with Marilyn Kenny and Janice Torrance in second place. Kenny was leading the low net division after two2 rounds.
Winning the longest putt made on No. 14 was Mary Ann Bainbridge; closest to the pin on No. 17 was Torrance; and there will be a carryover for closest to the pin on No. 5 since no one could hit the green.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Town and Country Women Golf League played a scramble on July 31 at Spring Hills Golf Course with a meeting and luncheon held afterwards.
The winners were:
First place: The group of Kay Mortimar, Nancy Lellie and Edie Higgins.
Second place: The group of Lucy Karaan, Janice Haisley, Jeanne Dowden and Rose Kaczmarek.
Third place: The group of Signa Findlay, Kathy Antinone, Shirley Guida and Jane Myers.
Longest drive on hole No. 6 were: A flight, Findlay; B flight, Antinone; and C flight, Janet Backel.
Longest Drive on hole No. 2 were: A flight, no winner; B flight, Antinone; and C flight, Kaczmarek.
Williams Ladies Golf Association held a "Meet the Team Goals" event this past week, in which each player estimated her scores on the front back and then total scores with the two of them.
Assistant Pro Jason Smoljanovich figured and announced the winners, including, in first place front nine, the team of Sue Sakara and Alicia Myers.
First place on the back nine were Karen Pitchok and Mary Ann Ianni.
First place on total scores was the team of Erikka Buracchio and Rita Kohn. There was no winner for the "Pot of Gold," so there be a carryover added to this week's winner.
Women residing in West Virginia will soon vie for the "West Virginia Pin" which would be played within the next tournament, a two-week event to determine the winner. Past winners have been Sakara, Jennie Epifano, Maribeth Arlia, Kay Mascio and Rita Wickham, all residents of West Virginia.
This week's play will be a "Low Gross Low Net" event played in flights. Members interested in playing should call or sign up in the Pro Shop.