The Blackmoor Monday Ladies Golf League members on May 20 played three holes from the ladies tees, three holes from the senior tees and three holes from the regular white men's tees.
The winner was Neysa McCart with the winner of low putts being Lori Defallo. No one had closest to the pin on hole No. 3.
DYER WINNERS — Winners in the Dyer Ladies League’s third-annual member/guest day on May 21 were, from left, front, Paula Hope, Kathy Sapp, Ruth Lamantia and Patty Filak, and back, Mary Ann Bainbridge, Elaine Minda, Mishal Hawthorne and Vickie Grant.
CADIZ WOMEN'S GOLF?
Ann Milleson was hostess for the Cadiz Women's Golf Association on May 22 when play of the day was a throw-out tournament, where players could deduct the score on two holes from the total score.
Winners were Peg Buchanan in first place and Nancy Beckert in second place. Low putts for the field were won by JoAnn Watson and Nancy Beckert.
The hostess for Wednesday will be Marcia Bedway with tee-off time will be 9:30 a.m.
DYER LADIES LEAGUE
The Dyer Ladies League hosted its third-annual member/guest day on May 21. The Ryder Cup format consisted of a team best ball, alternate shot and scramble.
Afterwards the players had a pizza party.
A Flight winners were :
First-place team: Elaine Minda, Mishal Hawthorne
Second-place team: Paula Hope, Mary Ann Bainbridge
B Flight winners were:
First-place team: Kathy Sapp, Ruth Lamantia
Second-place team: Vickie Grant, Patty Filak
Proximity prizes were donated by Margaret's Cafe in Toronto.
Closest to pin, hole No. 5: Elaine Minda
Closest to pin in two, hole No. 6: Kathy Sapp, Ruth Lamantia
50/50 drawing: Paula Hope
Participants from the valley included a Dyer Ladies league member and their guest.
Cindy Montgomery, Teri Barkley
Sharon Coleman, Marci Imhoff
Debbie Phillippi, Dianna Adams
Signa Findlay, Wanda Retzer
Lucy Karaan, Bobbie Mangan
Mary Arehart, Eleanor Kindsvatter
Ann Eroshevich, Tammy Cox
Paula Hope, Mary Ann Bainbridge
Vickie Grant, Patty Filak
Kathy Sapp, Ruth Lamantia
Elaine Minda, Mishal Hawthorne
Tournament Chairmen: Paula Hope, Vickie Grant
Tournament Committee: Ann Eroshevich, Eleanor Kindsvatter, Cindy Montgomery, Mary Arehart
The women will host the annual Firecracker Best Ball on July 2. Contact a member for information. There is a limited field.
MOUNTAINEER 18-HOLE WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION
Game day: May 16
Game: Players were permitted to use only four clubs and a putter.
First-place team: Kathi Moore, Cathy Ralston, Dottie Virtue and Linda Wade
Second-place team: Patty Filak, Donna Grant, Janet Stukins and Janice Whitaker
Chip-in: Linda Wade on hole No. 5
50/50 winner: Patty Filak
MOUNTAINEER NINE-HOLE WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION
Game day: May 20
Game: Low Gross
First round of the league championship. There are three more rounds to be played during the season to determine the league champion.
First place: Patty Filak.
Second place: Mary Ann Bainbridge.
Third place: Signa Findlay.
50/50 winner: Patty Filak.
No birdies or chip-ins
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played throw out the even holes on the back nine on May 16.
The winners were: A flight, Cindy Montgomery with a 23; B flight winner was Vickie Grant, also with a 23; and C flight winner was Mary Arehart with a 28.
Longest Drive, A flight was Cindy Montgomery; B flight, Vickie Grant; and C flight, Susan Mazzacco. Closest to the pin A flight was Dru Fleshour, and there were no winners in B or C flight.
Patty Rothacher won the 50/50.
In low putts for the night, there were five people who tied with 16 putts. They were Judy Hare, Jay Riesner, Brenda McCloskeky, Patty Gerlando and Teri Barkley.
A gross and net tournament in flights was the weekly game for the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with Renee Morelli as chairman.
Winners in the first flight were YangJa Koh, low gross, and Kim Criss, low net and putts. Second flight winners were Dianna Adams, low gross and Theresa Metcalf, low net. Adams and Morelli took low putts. Metcalf recorded a chip-in on hole 18 to claim the money cup which had carried over from the previous two weeks.
Dotty Tegano was chairman for the nine-hole golfers who had the following winners: DeeDee Scugoza, low gross; Shannon Irvin, low net; and Tegano, low putts. Scugoza had a chip-in to take the money cup for the nine-hole group.
The first round of the President's Cup Tournament was played with Koh as chairman. The winner of this prestigious tournament will be the golfer with the best three of four net scores.
The tee time this week will be 9 a.m. for the 18-hole golfers who are asked to report to the pro shop by 8:30 a.m. Nine- hole golfers will report to the pro shop at 9 a.m. for a 9:30 a.m. start time.
The Williams' Ladies Golf held a "Low Gross Low Net Tourney" recently.
Assistant Pro Jason Smaljanovich figured and presented the winners of the day.
Priscilla Mavrich took first flight low gross with a round of 88, and Jennie Epifano took first flight low net with a 76.
Second flight low gross went to Sue Sakara with a score of 103, and second flight low net went to Phyllis Phillips with an 87.
Third flight low gross was taken by Vi Stein with a score of 116, and third flight low net ended in a tie with Kay Mascio and Jerry Chambers both scoring a 77.
Skill prizes for the day was low putts in first flight and a tie with 35 putts for Mavrich and Maribeth Arlia. Second flight went to Phillips with 34 putts, and third flight went to Chambers with 33 putts.
Maureen Dumbaugh took the accumulated weeks "Pot of Gold."
President Linda Staffalino announced that this week's play will be delayed until Thursday at 9 a.m. instead of the regular day of Tuesday, and asked that all players call the pro shop to list for play.
The event will be "Patriotic Dress" to celebrate Memorial Day. Prizes will be given for most patriotic.