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Women’s golf news

May 12, 2013
The Herald-Star


On May 6, Blackmoor Monday Night Ladies League played a metal match, and the winner was Lori Defallo.

Tammy Cox took putts, and Cheryl Black had closest to the pin on hole No. 12.

Brenda McCloskey was welcomed to the Monday Night Ladies League.

All women are welcome to play on Mondays at 5 p.m.


The Cadiz Women's Golf Association played a Predict Your Score game on May 8.

Those coming closest to their predictions were: first, Nancy Beckert, and second, JoAnn Watson.

Low putts for the field was won by Nep Rowland.

Watson was the hostess.

The hostess for Wednesday will be Rowland.


Winners for the opening night scramble at the Dyer Ladies Golf League on May 7 were:

First-place team: Teri Barkley, Vickie Grant, Ruth Lamantia

Second-place team: Ann Eroshevich, Cindy Montgomery

50/50 drawing: Mary Arehart

Play/event chairmen: Mary Arehart, Vickie Grant, Paula Hope

New league president Mary Arehart held a short meeting after play,

and snacks were served.

New members and guests are always welcome.

The league tees off each Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

The ladies will host a member/guest Ryder Cup event on May 21.



May 2

Game: Low Putts

First place: Dottie Virtue

Second place: Elaine Minda

Third place: Kathi Moore and Janet Stukins

Longest Putt on No. 9: Kathi Moore

50/50: Donna Grant

May 7

Game: Low Gross

First flight: Patty Filak

Second flight: Kathi Moore

Third flight: Donna Grant

Closest to Pin on No. 5: Cathy Ralston

Birdies: Kathi Moore on No. 5

Chip-ins: Kathi Moore on No. 5

50/50: Cathy Ralston



April 29

Game: Throw out any two holes

First place: Patty Gerlando

Second place: Peg Barber

Third place: Dorothy Baier

50/50: Susan Mazzocco

May 6

Game: Low Net

First place: Erin Ankrum

Second place: Kathi Moore

Third place: Patty Filak and Holly Kisner

50/50: Sheila Robinson

Birdies: Erikka Buracchio on No. 11 and Signa Findlay on No. 16

Chip-ins: Signa Findlay on No.16, Charlotte McCoy on No. 17 and Sheila Robinson on No. 11


Spring Hills Ladies Golf League played low gross on May 2.

A flight winner with a score of 44 was Lori Szymanek; B flight winner with a 48 was Patty Gerlando; and C flight winner with a score of 50 was Brenda McCloskey.

Long drive winner: A flight, Lori Szymanek; B flight, Patty Gerlando; and C flight, Brenda McCloskey

Closest to the pin A flight, Teri Barkley; B flight, Patty Gerlando; and C flight, Brenda McCloskey

Patty Gerlando had a chip-in, and the 50/50 winner was Vickie Grant

After play, President Ann Eroshevich conducted a business meeting with discussion held about the theme for the invitational set for Aug. 1.

It was decided that theme would be "God Bless the USA," and profits would be donated to the Tony Teramana Cancer Center in the name of all teams participating.

Guest day will be held July 25.

Each member received a golf package with all information for the 2013 golf season at Spring Hills. Food was provided by officers Ann Eroshevich, Tammy Cox, Claudia Norris and Eleanor Kindsvatter.


Low net was the weekly game played by the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with Renee Morelli as chairman.

Taking the honors were: YangJa Koh, first place; Theresa Metcalf, second place; and Morelli, third place. Koh also won low putts, and Morelli recorded chip-ins on holes 11 and 16 to claim the money cup.

Dotty Tegano was the chairman for the nine-hole golfers' game. Prize winners were: Tegano, low gross and putts, and Shannon Irvin, low net.

This week's event will be a mystery hole tournament with John Denholm, golf professional, choosing nine holes for scoring after tee-off.

Eighteen-hole golfers are to report at 9:30 a.m. for a 10 a.m. tee time, and nine-hole golfers will report at 10 a.m. for a 10:30 a.m. tee time.


The Williams Ladies Golf Association held its opening membership meeting to prepare an agenda for the new season.

President Linda Staffilino read the minutes from the last executive board meeting that were approved by the membership. Rita Wickham gave the treasurers' report.

The Senior/Super Senior Championship will be played play on two consecutive Tuesdays this year, it was agreed.

"Rally for a Cure" will be co-chaired by Priscilla Mavrich and Phyllis Phillips and be held on Aug. 10. Several meetings will be called for participation of all members of Williams to attend this year's rally to raise awareness of breast cancer in men and women.

Mavrich also has accepted the responsibility for the 2013 Williams Scrapbook.

Golf professional Dean DiBerardino spoke about several activities planned for this year, including three ladies' regular golf clinics and three free clinics for beginning ladies golf. He also will have several vendor "demo days" and a "golf ball fitting day."

They also have changed the color of the ladies "tees" from red to green and will be referred to as the forward tees. DiBerardino also reminded the ladies to call or sign in ahead of each week and to check the pro shop before golf each week to make their food selections for the day's lunch.

The invitational will be held July 9 and will be chaired by Staffilino with a theme of "Out of This World." Invitations have been mailed, and another sellout is expected, club members agreed.

Ryder Cup with Steubenville Country Club will be played at Williams this year with sign-up sheets to be posted at both clubs and dates to be convenient for both associations.

Challenge will be played at Willliams with Southpointe Golf Club on June 30th with seven ladies plus Assistant Pro Jason Smaljanovich.

Field Day will be held Sept. 17, and each member will bring a friend for golf and the luncheon.

Tables were set in spring colors and fresh tulip and hyacinth plants, which were given as favors for the members.

Chairperson Kay Mascio was applauded for the food selection for the meeting.

Mascio and Sue Sakara surprised the group with a trio of iced cake lollipops for everyone in attendance.

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