Women’s golf news

BLACKMOOR

Blackmoor Ladies League played May 21 with the game being “Lagging.”

First place went to Tammy Koutsky. Patty Gerlando took second, and there was a tie for third between Cheryl Black and Claudia Norris.

Brenda McCloskey took long drive prizes on hole Nos. 4 and 8, besting other notable drives recorded by Lucy Karaan and Denise Augustine. Tammy Cox had low putt honors. McCloskey and Cox each had a chip-in.

The next date for league play will be June 4, beginning at 5 p.m. All women golfers are welcome to play in the league. Call the club house by 4 p.m. to sign up.

CADIZ WOMEN’S GOLF LEAGUE

The Cadiz Women’s Golf League played a game of “Fairways Minus Putts” on May 2.

Following lunch, winners were announced by hostess Janis Cook as follows: First place, Nep Rowland; second, Peg Buchanan; and third, a tie between Cook and Glenda Sensel.

A chip-in was made by Cook on hole No. 12.

The hostess for this week will be Ann Milleson with “Play of the Day” being par fours less putts.

MOUNTAINEER WOODVIEW WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF LEAGUE

May 3 was the first day of the 2018 golf season for the Mountaineer Wodview Women’s 18-Hold Golf League. The league recognizes first low gross, which was Elaine Minda; first low net, Erin Ankrum; and and second low net, which was Debbie Provenzano.

Four proximity prizes were awarded. Closest to the pin winners on the Par 3’s were: Hole No. 6, Theresa Stotler; hole No. 8, Barb Lovaglio; hole No. 14, Cathy Ralston; and hole No. 17, Theresa Stotler. Winning low putts were Dotty Virtue and Priscilla Mavrich.

May 10

The second week of the year, the low gross winner was Mishal Hawthorne with a score of 85; first low net winner was Debbie Provenzano; and second low net winner was Cathy Ralston.

Four proximity prizes were awarded. Closest to the pin winners on the Par 3’s were: Hole No. 14, Janice Stukins and hole No. 17, Debbie Provenzano. Winning low putts was Mary Ann Bainbridge.

SPRING HILLS

Spring Hills Thursday Evening Golf League played the second week of the gross score tournament.

Hostess for the evening play was Eleanor Kindsvatter with assistance from Mary DiMichele and Vickie Grant.

Flight winners were: A Flight, Ruth Lamantia, Debbie Phillippi, Kathy Moore; longest drive, Mary DiMichele; closest to the pin in two, Teri Barkley; lowest putts, Ruth Lamantia.

B Flight: Vickie Grant, Patti Gerlando, Marge Alpino; longest drive, Marge Alpino; closest to the pin in two, Brenda McCloskey; lowest putts, Vickie Grant.

C Flight: Marge Alpino, Tammy Cox, Eleanor Kindsvatter; longest drive, Arlene Owens; closest to the pin in two, no one; lowest putts, Tammy Cox.

Arelen Owens won the 50-50 drawing.

Chip-in pot was crushed by three players. Sharing the winnings were Vickie Grant, Ruth Lamantia and Joann Liberto.

Players were reminded that the Spring Hills Invitational is Aug. 2 to the theme “Happy Birthday, Spring Hills.” Everyone is invited for food, fun and prizes. The deadline is July 19. Contact any member for information.

Open play is every Thursday evening for those who arrive by 4:45 p.m. The next game will be “Throw Out Two Worst Holes.”

STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

A gross, net and putts event was the weekly game played by the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association on May 23 with Dianna Adams as hostess.

Eighteen-hole winners were: YangJa Koh and Pam DiDomenico, tied for low gross, and Pennie Scarpone, low net. Koh also took the prize for low putts.

Chip-ins were recorded by DiDomenico on hole No. 3, Scarpone on hole No. 13 and Kim Criss on the 18th hole.

In the nine-hole golf group, Charlene Freshwater took low gross honors, and Dotty Tegano was the low net winner. Tegano birdied the par 3 second hole and also won putts.

The first round of the President’s Cup Tournament was played and will continue for three more Wednesdays. The winner will be the golfer with the best three of four net scores.

This week’s game will be “Double Your Best Nine Score,” and golfers will report at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. start.

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Town and Country played “Return to Par 2 Worst Holes” on May 17.

Winners were: A flight, Signa Findlay, Minnie Walters and Laura Froehlich; B flight, Pat Zorne; and C flight, Betty Jose. Patty Saccoccia had a chip-in on hole No. 8 and Findlay, low putts.

Other winners were:

Long drive hole No. 1

A flight: Lucy Karaan

B flight: Kathy Antinone

C flight: Sondra Hyde

Long drive hole No. 5

A flight: Findlay

B flight: Edie Higgins

C flight: Shirley Guida

Closest to the pin hole No. 8

C flight: Hyde

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