FAIRWAY NOTEBOOK: Lenny's First Ace
Holes-In-One: Lenny Mills, a member of Whispering Pines, aced the 155-yard fifth hole, of the West Course using his 6-iron. This was his first hole-in-one, played on Feb. 6, and it was witnessed by Bill Campling, Dick Hammond and Buck Burns.
Karen Wirt, a member of Pinewild, scored her second hole-in-one Feb. 9 on the 110-yard eighth hole of the Holly Course. She used her 8-iron, and her playing partners were Rita Danker, Sherry Gwaltney and Kaye Marrale.
Jack Godwin, a member of Pinewild, aced the eighth hole of the Holly Course, on Feb. 7. He hit his 6-iron to cover the 134 yards to the hole. His team consisted of Rich Winkley, Bill Pozdol and Mike Skrabak.
Pinewild: The Men's Golf Association played individual and team matches on the Holly Course. The format was three best balls on the par-5 holes, two on the par-4 holes, and one on the par-3 holes.
The winners: Team -- Duane Barrow, Ron Cherep, Dick Keener, Blind Draw, 26 under; Tony Tucker, Bob Reutter, Jim Miller and Bill Graning, 24 under; Steve Leggett, Chuck Molnar, Dave Blessing and Gordon Rednour, 22 under; Spike Billings, Mike Tenza, Jeff Miller and Sam Prosser, 21 under; Bob Watt, Gary Groscup, Stainton Smith and Tom Jones, 20 under.
Individual: Flight 1 -- Gross: Spike Billings, 74; Bob Watt, 76. Net: Mike Tenza, 66; Frank Rezeli, 69. Flight 2 -- Gross: Pete Nehlsen, 80; Keith Junk, 83. Net: David Gray, 68; Pat Mastandrea, 69. Flight 3 -- Gross: Bill Graning, 81; Dave Blessing, 84. Net: Stainton Smith, 65; Dick Keener, 72. Flight 4 -- Gross: John Campbell, 89; Howard Beers, 86, Gary Beers, 86. Net: Gary Blair, 68; Art Dube, 74.
Closest to the pin honors were won by Steve Leggett on the third hole; Sam Prosser on the eighth; John Schmitt on the 12th; Pete Nehlsen on the 17th.
Midland: The Ladies Golf Association played on Feb. 7, in a low gross and low net game.
The winners: 18-Hole division -- Gross: Joanne Rabdau, 88. Net: Georgia Snow, 72. 9-Hole division -- Flight 1: Gross -- Beverly Braunscheidel, 47. Net -- Helen Mannion, 32. Flight 2: Gross -- Alberta Settzo, tied at 59, with Rosa Scheyett and Margene Chapman.
Joanne Rabdau birdied hole 14, and chip-ins were carded by Dee Hancock on hole 12 and Carol Linthicum on hole 11.
Pinehurst: The Chippers played on Feb. 7, on Course No. 3, in a contest where each player could throw out one hole for scoring. Pat Tomasetti and Pat Smith tied at 30. Janice Huff had 31. Carole Williams scored 32.
Pat Tomasetti made a birdie chip-in on hole 9.
The Women's Association played on Feb. 8, in a "How Dry I Am Tournament." Two best balls were needed for scoring on all water holes, and one best ball on the remaining holes
The results: Joan Sponik, Denise Frobey, Sheryl Robinson, 73 (MOC); Mary Lou Sutter, Therese Witczak, Helen M. Wainwright, M. J. White, 73 (MOC); Mary E. Green, Mary Claire Barry, Silvia Bisbe, Judy Silver, 74; Emily Hauslohner, Betsey McCann, June Eichele, Chris Lawn, 76 (MOC); Mary Bartley, Janis Sholtis, Lynn Heilman, Carol Mulcahy, 76 (MOC); Doris Gwinn, Carole Wright, Beverly Godleski, Pauline Roe, 77 (MOC); Bette Rycroft, Diana Staley, Christi De Dona, Mary Ann Rowe, 77 (MOC).
The Silver Foils played on Feb. 12, in a "How Low Can You Go" point's tournament. Marge Swinarton, Emma Howerton, Bonnie Stetson and Kay Monteith scored 74 points. Judy Silver, Gina Brown, Nancy Bookmyer and Marilyn Thomas, 65 points.
The Birdies played on Feb. 12 in an AABB/CCDD Tournament.
Class AA/BB (new cards): Mary Green, Kendra Muir, Val Minick, Josie Bunting, 84; Cookie Kremer, Julie Polk, Billie Oxreider, Joan Sponik, 88.
Class AA/BB (old cards): Bonnie Dingman, Carol Mulcahy, Betty Rycroft, Silvia Bisbe, 85.
Class CC/DD (new cards): Diane Ghekas, Zona Willis, Shirley Kronbach, Mary (Micki) Henry, 81. Bonnie Kendall, Nora Sinclair, Audrae Thibodeau, Mary Bradbury, 84.
Class CC/DD (old cards): Jan Aruscavage, Marlene Picard, Nancy Dorato, Anne Culwick, 79.
Birdies were recorded by Mary Green, Anne Culwick, Olive Muiter, Bev Reed, Zona Willis, and Cindy Motter, one each; Chris Mastaler, Margaret Van Riper, Myrna Floyd, two each; and Diane Yelovich carded three.
Beacon Ridge: The Ladies Golf Association played a team event on Feb. 12, named "Every Three or Four" with the following winners: Tied, at net 57, were the teams of Marion Goercke, Irene Galioto, Nancy Cunningham and Linda DeBrine; Joyce Loney, Ellen Leslie, Millie Allen and Karen Milligan; and Judy Kullberg, Lindy DiBella and Carolyn Jones.
Whispering Woods: The Men's Golf Association played on Feb. 8, with a format of one net ball on pars 4 and 5, and two net balls on par 3 holes. Charlie Brady, Joe Haas, Jim Dashner with a blind draw were first with 66. Ken Pomeroy, Blake Hetterich, Al Eisold and Bill Crump were second with 67.
On Feb. 11, the game was two best balls of the foursome and the team of Werner Klingener, Gaylord Maines, Joe Matejka and Ken Pomeroy carded 117. In second place, at 118, were Claude Bandy, Bill Blades, Bill Crump and a blind draw.
Knollwood: The Sandblasters played a two best balls of the foursome contest on Feb. 12, and the winners were: Steve Zachary, Jim Meagher, Ken Batchelder, Mac Andrews, 54; Art Gula, Glen Kendell, Carl Arnett and a blind draw, 57 (MOC); Ron Flock, Bob Edwards, Bill Bradley, Phil Colwell, 57 (MOC).
Art Gula had the best gross score with 38 and John Mannion won low net with 29. Birdies were recorded by Glen Kendell on hole 8, Jim Meagher on holes 5 and 6, John Wunderlin on hole 3, and Paul Cottam on hole 5. John Mannion won closest to the pin on hole 1.
Seven Lakes: The Women's Golf Association played on Feb. 12, in a Team Luv Tournament. Only holes without the letters L,U or V counted for the team score. Jan Wollard, Kathy Goodman, Edie Starkey and Peggy Ballew had 160. Magda Sonderfan, Diane Boston, Jule Thorton and Lois Newsham had 182.
Longleaf: The Women's Golf Association played on Feb. 14, and the format was counting net scores on holes beginning with T and F. The winners: Flight 1-- Annette Castle, 29. Flight 2 -- Joan Baldwin and Sally Emerine tied at 31. Flight 3 -- Terry Cantele, 29.
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