On July 7, the Blackmoor Ladies Golf League played a "Throw Out Two Worse Holes" event.
Lucy Karran and Lacy Bernett tied for the win. Denise Augustine and Linda Caputo tied for low putts. All women are welcome to play on Mondays at 5 p.m.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS — Among Spring Hills Ladies Golf League committee members organizing the four-woman scramble invitational to be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hills Golf Course to the theme “I Love Sports” are, front, from left, Tammy Cox, Lori Szymanek, Judy Galbraith and Marge Alpino and back, Claudia Norris, Ann Eroshovich and Eleanor Kindsvatter. Brenda McClosky and Mary DiMichele also are on the committee.
Cadiz Women's Golf Association played a game of scoring only the even holes with one half handicap on July 9.
Hostess Cathy Shepherd announced the winners of A flight, Nep Rowland; B flight, Bonnie Beetham; and C flight, Joann Watson.
Low putts of the day were split between Bonnie Beetham and Kathy Smith. Nancy Beckert will be the hostess for July 16.
The Cadiz Women's Golf Association played Low Net on July 7 for the play of the day. Hostess Nep Rowland announced the winners during lunch. A Flight Nep Rowland B Flight Kathy Smith and C Flight Betty Thompson. Low putts of the day were split between Nep Rowland and Nancy Beckert. Nancy Beckert had a Chip-In. Next weeks hostess will be Joann Watson.
The Mountaineer Woodview Women's 18-Hole Golf League played a one best ball, low gross and low net event on July 3.
On the winning low gross team were Marilyn Kenny, Yangja Koh and Janice Torrance. The winning low net team was comprised of Elaine Minda, Cathy Ralston and Janet Stukins.
Winning the closest to the pin on hole No. five was Koh, while Minda took closest to the pin on No. 17. Winning the longest putt made on No. 13 was Kenny.
Most 4's & 7's Game
First place: Peg Barber
Second place: Patty Powelson
Third place: Sheila Robinson
50/50 winner: Patty Gerlando
Next game is add even holes.
The officers and invitational committee met June 30 at the home of Ann Eroshovich, president of the league, to complete planning of this year's invitational. It will be a four-woman scramble to be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hills, with the theme being "I Love Sports."
The price will remain the same at $55 per person. This will include 18 holes, cart and green fees, a continental breakfast, food at the turn and a luncheon at the end of play.
Winners will be awarded in all the three flights and paying both low gross and low net, in each flight. In addition to proximity prizes, players will be able to participate in the Chinese auction and the "Share the Wealth" drawing.
Proceeds will benefit the Tony Teramana Cancer Center. The cost for sponsoring a hole is $50. Anyone interested in sponsoring a hole can contact the pro shop at Spring Hills at (740) 632-6192.
A team photo will again be taken by Claudia Norris, who will present every member of the team with a copy of the photo at the luncheon following play.
Spring Hills will be sporting decorations of many sports and many area teams. Players are encouraged to wear their favorite team colors or something representing a favorite team sport.
Registration for play continue to be accepted by calling (740) 283-2605 or (740) -512-6291.
Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played "Count the Even Holes" on the back nine at Spring Hills on July 3.
Players dressed accordingly in red, white and blue attired.
A flight winner for the night was Erin Madder, who had a special night with three birdies, winner of long drive for A flight and winner of the A flight for the night with a score of 40.
B flight winner for the night was Kathi Moore, who also took center stage with winning B flight with a 40, low putts for the night with 12 putts and closest to the pin for B flight.
C flight winner was Brenda McCloskey and also winner of long drive for C flight. Linda Caputo had long drive for B flight. Other closest to the pin winners were A flight, Marge Alpino, and C flight, Mary Alice Myers.
There were four people with chip-ins - Ann Eroshevich, Eleanor Kindsvatter, Kathi Moore and Linda Caputo. Tammy Cox won the 50/50.
A brief business meeting was conducted by President Ann Eroshevich. She reviewed plans for the invitational "I Love Sports" to be held Aug. 7 at Spring Hill. It is a four-woman scramble. The cost is $55 per person and includes cart green fees, continental breakfast, food at the turn and lunch after play. Tee-off is at 8:30 a.m. Any team wishing to compete is asked to call (740) 283-2605 or (740) 512-6291 to register.
An odd hole tournament with one-half handicap was the weekly game for the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with YangJa Koh as hostess.
In the first flight, Koh took first place and putts, and Kim Criss came in second. Renee Morelli won first place and putts in the second flight, and Shelle Pentes claimed second place.
Marilyn Kenny won long drive in the first flight, and Pentes was the second flight winner. Koh took the prize for second shot closest to the flag on hole No. 5.
Morelli reminded members to sign up in the locker room for the Rally for the Cure Tournament which will be held this week to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
In honor of Koh's birthday, her golf cart was decorated with balloons, and cupcakes were served at lunch following play.
Members are asked to show up at the pro shop this week at 8:30 a.m. for a 9 a.m. tee-off and to wear pink for the Rally for the Cure tournament.
Town and Country Women Golf League played lowest putts ABC Flights, at Spring Hills Golf Course.
The winners were: A flight, Laura Froehlich; B flight, Jeanne Dowden; and C flight, Rose Kaczmareck.
Other winners were: Longest Drive Hole No. 2, A, Wanda Retzer; C, Irene Vaja. Longest drive hole No. 7, A Froehlich, C Kaczmareck. Closest to the pin, hole No. 4, A, Kay Mortimar; B Kathy Antinone; and C, Shirley Guida. Signa Findlay had a chip-in on hole No. 4.