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Women’s golf news

May 19, 2013
The Herald-Star

CADIZ

The Play of the Day of Cadiz Women's Golf Association on May 15 was Quartermaster game. Any golfer having three or more putts per hole forfeited a quarter to the winning pot.

It was split between Theresa Stotler and Nep Rowland. Stotler and Rowland also won low putts of the field. Stotler also scored one chip-in, two birdies and an eagle.

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OFFICERS — Town and Country Women’s Golf League officers for 2013 are, from left, Wanda Retzer, treasurer; Betty Teaff, president; Jeannie Dowden, vice president; and Lucy Karaan, tour chairperson. Edie Higgins is the secretary.

This week's hostess will be Carol Henderson. Tee times start at 9:30 a.m.

DYER

Winners for the Dyer Ladies League

Throw Out Two Worst Holes event, on May 14 were:

A flight: Paula Hope.

B flight: Vickie Grant.

C flight: Ann Eroshevich.

Proximity: Ruth Lamantia.

50/50 drawing: Ruth Lamantia,

Play chairmen: Cindy Montgomery, Ann Eroshevich

The women will host a Ryder Cup member/guest day on Tuesday.

SPRING HILLS

Spring Hills Ladies Golf Association played 3 Blind Mice on May 9. All members played their own golf game, and Dan Stacy, pro at Spring Hills, picked three holes to be eliminated from their score. The women played the front 9, and Dan choose holes 4, 7 and 8.

Denise Augistine was welcomed as a new member

Winner in flights were: A flight winner was Neysa McCart; B flight winner was Judy Hare; and C flight was Mary Arehart.

Low putts for the night was Sharon Coleman, and Claudia Norris had a chip-in.

Patty Rothacker won the 50/50.

Proximity winners were long drive A flight Ruth Lamantia; B flight Sharon Coleman; and C flight Mary Arehart.

Closest to the pin A flight was Mary Di Michael and B flight Denise Augustine.

May 23 and 30th will be round one and two of the spring handicap.

STEUBENVILLE

A mystery hole tournament was the weekly event played by the Steubenville Country Club Women's Golf Association with Renee Morelli as hostess.

After tee-off, nine holes were selected for scoring, and one-half handicap was used to determine the winners. In the first flight Kim Criss took first place and low putts, while YangJa Koh won second place. Dianna Adams was the second flight winner, also claiming low putts, and Theresa Metcalf took second place.

Nine-hole golfers also played a mystery hole event with Natalie Straus winning first place and Dotty Tegano coming in second. Tegano also won low putts.

Koh announced that the President's Cup competition will begin this week and continue for four Wednesdays with the winner being the golfer with the best three out of four net scores. Koh was the 2012 winner of this highly regarded tournament.

This week's competition will be low gross and low net in flights. Eighteen- hole golfers are to report at 9:30 a.m. for a 10 a.m. tee time, and nine-hole golfers should report at 10 a.m. for a 10:30 tee time.

TOWN AND COUNTRY

Town and Country Women's Golf League officers for 2013 are, from left, Wanda Retzer, treasurer; Betty Teaff, president; Jeannie Dowden, vice president; and Lucy Karaan, tour chairperson. Edie Higgins is the secretary.

Town and Country Women's Golf League had a medal play on May 9 at Spring Hills Golf Course in East Springfield.

Winners were: Low Gross A, Wanda Retzer; B, Jeannie Dowden and Pat Zorne; C, Irene Vaja. Low net A, Janice Haisley; B, Zorne; C, Vaja. Close to pin, A, Signa Findlay; B, Dowden; C, Vaja. Long drive No. 3, A, Haisley; B, Bobbie Mangan; C, Sondra Hyde. Long drive No. 6, Lucy Karaan; B, Mangan; C, Hyde. Birdie, Lillian Kestner. Low putts, Findlay.

Town and Country Women's Golf League had a medal play with free mulligan on May 2 at Spring Hills Golf Course in East Springfield.

Winners: Low gross A, Signa Findlay; B, Jeannie Dowden; C, Rose Kazmareck. Low net A, Findlay; B, Patty Saccoccia; C, Nancy Lellie. Closest to pin, A, Laura Froehlich; B, Dowden; C, Shirley Guida. Long drive hole No. 1 A, Lillian Kestner; B. Bobbie Mangan; C. Dolores Pirraglia. Long drive hole No. 5, A, Findlay; B, Dowden; C, Rose Kazmerick. Chip-in and birdie, Froehlich. Low putts, Kestner, Kazmerick, Findlay.

WILLIAMS

The Williams Ladies Golf Opening Day of the Season turned out successful in getting in the entire 18 holes in spite of the bad weather.

The "Throw Out Your Worst Two Holes" game came in handy for starting play. Jerry Chambers took first place; Jennie Epifano and Vi Stein tied for second place; and President Linda Staffilino took third place.

Skill prize for each flight was "Closest to the Pin" on hole No. 8. First flight went to Staffilino with 8 feet, 7 inches; second flighters missed the green; and Vi Stein took third flight with 6 feet.

Players are asked to sign up or call the Pro Shop in advance for the following week's play.

The Williams Ladies Golf Association held an "Even Hole Tourney" on a cool frosty morning.

Jason Smaljanovich, assistant pro, announced the winners for the day. First place went to Maribeth Arlia; second place came in a tie with Priscilla Mavrich and Jennie Epifano; and Sue Sakara took the third-place honor.

Erikka Buracchio won the skill prize of the day with "Longest Putt" on hole No. 10 with a 4-foot, 9-inch sink.

The "Pot of Gold" will be carried over.

Lunch was served in the Grill Room following play. Players are to call the pro shop or sign the players sheet for each following week.

 
 

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