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‘FORE’ A GOOD CAUSE — Players and representatives from the Cancer Dietary Initiative who participated in a tournament held by the Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association included, first row, from left, Dianna Adams, CDI representatives Tammy Smedley and June Crago, and Paula Hope; second row, Marilyn Kenny and Dotty Tegano; and third row, Theresa Metcalf, YangJa Koh, Charlene Freshwater, Kim Criss, Golf Professional John Denholm and Pam DiDomenico. -- Contributed

BLACKMOOR LADIES LEAGUE

The Blackmoor Ladies League members played a “Guess Your Score” event on July 24. Players wrote down what they thought the score would be at the end of the 9-hole round.

Brenda McCloskey was the winner of the event with the exact guess for her score. Yuko Atwell and Lattee Chinikarn tied for second place. Linda Caputo took long drive on hole No. 8. Cheryl Black and Lucy Karaan tied putts. Lori DeFallo had a chip in on hole No. 6.

CADIZ COUNTRY CLUB

WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

Kathy Smith was the hostess July 26 when members of the Cadiz Country Club Women’s Golf Association played “Fairway Drives minus Putts,” a game in which the high score won. Top honors went to Nep Rowland.

Winners of the “putt pot” were Bonnie Beetham and Rowland.

Beetham will be Wednesday’s hostess. Tee time will remain at 9 a.m.

PLEASANT VALLEY LADIES

GOLF LEAGUE

The Pleasant Valley Ladies Golf League of Ponderosa Golf Course announced its June winners at a luncheon held July 19 at the course restaurant. Tournament Director Kay Mortimer announced the following winners:

June 7:

Event: Two-Person Blind Partner Total Low Net

First place: Terry Viskovicz, Peg Fiedorczyk

Second place: Kay Mortimer, Linda Wade

Chip ins: Linda Wade, Mary Lou Recinella

Birdies: Terry Viskovicz, two

50/50: Mary Lou Recinella

June 14:

Event: Throw Out Three Holes Minus Full Handicap

First place: Terry Viskovicz

Second place: Kay Mortimer

Third place: Linda Wade

Chip-ins: Linda Wade, Dorothy Baier

Birdies: Kay Mortimer

50/50: Betty Patterson

June 21:

Event: Low Putts Flights and Closest to Pin on No. 5

First place: Terry Viskovicz

Second place: Glenda Virtue

Third place: Viola Stein

Closest to the pin: Peggy Freshwater

Chip-ins: Mary Lou Recinella

Birdies: Mary Lou Recinella, Terry Viskovicz

50/50: Barb Williams

June 28

Event: Even Holes Only/Half Handicap

First place: Kay Mortimer

Second place: Helen Sweeney

Third Place: Barb Williams

Chip-ins: Dorothy Baier, Barb Williams, Diane Kessler

Birdies: Diane Kessler

50/50: Helen Sweeney

The Pleasant Valley Ladies’ Golf Association of Ponderosa Golf Course plays every Wednesday through September. To join, call Glenda Virtue at (304) 748-1672 or Karen Pannett at (304) 748-7731.

SPRING HILLS LADIES GOLF

Throw out your worst two holes was the game July 25 for Spring Hills Ladies Golf Association.

Winners were: A flight, Debbie Phillipi; B flight, Claudia Norris; and C flight, Judy Sorrenti.

Longest drives went to A flight, Kathy Moore; B flight, Sharon Coleman; and C flight, Arlene Owens. Closest to the pin in two were: A flight, Debbie Phillipi; B flight, Marge Alpino; and C flight, Judy Sorrenti.

There was a tie for low putts with Dru Fleishour and Linda Caputa having 16. Vicki Grant and Linda Caputa had chip-ins. Vicki Grant won the 50-50.

STEUBENVILLE COUNTRY CLUB

WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

The Steubenville Country Club Women’s Golf Association held a tournament to benefit the Cancer Dietary Initiative on July 26 with Dianna Adams, Marilyn Kenny and Theresa Metcalf in charge of arrangements.

June Crago and Tammy Smedley of the CDI were guests of the Association at a luncheon held in the clubhouse following the tournament.

The CDI, a food pantry for local cancer patients undergoing treatments at the Tony Teramana Cancer Center, was launched in May 2013 when Dr. M. Pervaiz Rahman realized a need for this service. The CDI operates out of the basement of First Westminster Presbyterian Church in Steubenville where food is distributed on the third Saturday of every month. The CDI started with 13 patient families, a number that has grown to 102 families. Crago and Smedley pointed out that the CDI operates completely with all volunteer help. All donations received go directly to the local patients with no money used for administrative costs.

All members of the Steubenville Women’s Golf Association contributed an entry fee to participate in the tournament. A significant contribution to CDI was presented to Crago and Smedley on behalf of the association by Adams, treasurer.

Golf professional John Denholm directed the tournament and joined the women at the awards luncheon. Each golfer was eligible to win only one prize.

The major contest was a closest to the pin competition on the par 3 second hole. Koh won the contest and recorded a birdie there to go along with her birdies on hole Nos. 5, 11 and 18. Koh also chipped in on the 18th hole to take the money cup. She recorded a score of 83 for her 18-hole round.

The low net prize for the tournament was won by Marilyn Kenny with a 70.

Denholm conducted a putting and chipping contest on the putting green following the tournament. Theresa Metcalf won the putting contest with her long putt rolling within tap-in range. Kim Criss took the chipping award with her outstanding chip finishing close to the cup.

Prizes for the tournament were provided by Legal Hair and Day Spa and golf association member Dotty Tegano.

Paula Hope won a golf lesson from John Denholm in a drawing. Dianna Adams recorded a birdie on the 12th hole during play.

Each golfer received a shoe bag provided by the CDI, which contained a towel, golf balls and tees.

A decorated cake reading CDI in red letters was served as dessert. Bud vases of red carnations adorned the luncheon table and were presented to Crago and Smedley. Golfers wore red shirts for the tournament.

This week’s event will be the NOSE tournament, and play will be held on Tuesday instead of Wednesday. Adams and Kenny are hostesses for August.

TOWN AND COUNTRY GOLF

Town and Country Golf played the Wintersville Trophy Shop Tournament on July 20. Low gross winner was Signa Findlay, and Sondra Hyde was the low net winner.

Other winners were:

Long drive hole No. 2

A flight: Lucy Karaan

B flight: Kathy Antinone

C flight: Shirley Guida

Long drive hole No. 5

A flight: Findlay

B flight: Edie Higgins

C flight: Rose Kaczmarek

Closest to pin hole No. 4

A flight: Findlay

B flight: Lattee Chinakarn

C flight: Hyde

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