Linwood Country Club WGA
Member-Guest results from Wednesday
Low gross: Claire Frankel, Debbie Sykes, France Hermann and Arlene Silvers; Second low gross: Dotsie Toscano, Judy Grier, Lory Kirsch and Kathy Pepper.
Low net: Amy Kelly, Michelle Zelig, Paula Gardner and Judy Levine; Second low net: Marcia Dash Friedman, Billie Stein, Donna Bell and Ellen Spear; Third low net: Barbara Goldstein, Maryanne Guerra, Randi Yogel and Joy Schaffer; Fourth low net: Susan Adelman, Elisa Mateer, Ilene Daniels and Tracy Santoro; Fifth low net: Val Losco, Bonnie Siokk, Carol Giordano and Ellen Catelli; Sixth low net: Helene Bogutz, Judy Sussman, Lois Stern and Trish Polizzi.
Susan Weis (Hole No. 3), Ellen Spear (No. 6), Kathy Heery (No. 8), Marlene Piper (No. 10) and Claire Frankel (No. 16) won closest to the hole.
Dorris Curcio (member) and Carole Scher (guest) won closest to the line, and Debbie Sykes (0-26) and Bonnie Siok (27 and older) won longest drive.
Greate Bay Ladies League
The Memorial Tournament (from Tuesday)
First: Karen Johnson; Second: Cindy Arnone; Third: Mary Beth Grant; Fourth: Jan Smith; Fifth: Pat Keefe; Sixth: Marilouise Berdow; Seventh: Pat Shollenberger; Eighth: Chris Adams; Ninth: Kim Hodgdon.
Cindy Arnone won closest to the pin. Arlene Yocum, Estelle Price and Mary Pat Bongiovanni took first, second and third, respectively, in the nine-hole individual net.
B.L. England at Green Tree
Flight 1—Low gross: 1. Ginny Soto 88, 2. Dian Shivers; Low net: 1. Jan Cade 64, 2. Alice Booth 69; Putts: Marge Coach (30)
Flight 2—Low gross: 1. Linda Birchmeier 94, 2. Dolly Brown 98, 3. Carole Platt 104; Low net: 1. Charlotte Jensen 68, 2. Carol Rott 69, 3. Kathy Connor 76; Putts: Joanne Sankey (27).
Flight 3—Low gross: 1. Earline Sloan 104, 2. Beth Wasikowski 107; Low net: 1. Carol Boland 70, 2. Sheila Grimes 70; Putts: Joanne Burns (32)
Flight 4—Low gross: 1. Gail Davis 108; Low net: Pat McCann 63; Putts: Davis (32)
Nine-holers—Low gross: 1. Joan McDonnell 63; Putts: McDonnell (17)
Green Tree — Tuesday Ladies League
MaryAnn McComb won low gross and Eileen Susman low net for Flight 1, Kathy Connor low gross and Earline Sloan low net for Flight 2, and Lena Lang low gross and Carole Trautz low net for Flight 3.
McCullough’s Monday Night League
July 1: Mike O’Brien won low net with a 29. Mike Angelo, Mike Lazarchick, Scott Parker, Steve Parker and Paul Raley had birdies. Wayne Myers (hole No. 2), Scott Parker (No. 5) and Angleo (No. 9) won closest to the pin.
July 8: Jerry Ciccarelli won low net with a 28. Angelo, Lazarchick, Scott Parker, Steve Parker, Milt Nicholas, Bob Sweiderk and Jared Sweiderk (2) had birdies. Lazarchick (No. 2), Ray Klotz (No. 5) and Scott Griffith (No. 9) won closest to the pin.
OFAA (Old Friends Athletic Association)
Tuesday outing at Avalon Country Club
Low gross: 1. Ted Decker 73; 2. Jim Minnick 76; 3. Dave Cistone 79.
Low net: 1. Decker, Jack Nihill and Bob Parkinson 68; 2. Minnick and Larry Maher 70; 3. Cistone, Larry Kelly and Joe Larkin 70.
Top scores by flight (gross/net)—A: Decker (73/68); B: Maher (83/70); C: Nihill (83/68); D: Tom Kelly (90/72).
Closest to the pin: 1. Ed Gheysens; 2. Jim Riviello.
Leaders in weekly match play: 1. Maher (12 points), 2. Jim Faulk and Cistone (11), 3. Parkinson (10).
McCullough’s Thursday league
Jane Satterthwaite won women’s low gross with a 45, and Craig Alleve and Paul Raley men’s low gross with 37’s.
Holly DiDinato, Mike DiDinato and Kevin Solt each won closest to the pin, while Raley, Tom Freud, Satterthwaite and John Kronberger each won skins.
Holes in ones
Don Brickner Jr., of Sewell, with a 4-iron at Hole No. 5 at Buena Vista Country Club on July 6. Witnessed by Paul Williams, Herb Berard and Rich Young.
John DeAnnuntis, of Egg Harbor Township, with a 2-wood at Hole No. 9 at Hamilton Trails Golf Club on July 7. Witnessed by Kevin Mattson and Paul Wright.
William Drane (86 years old) with an 8-iron on Hole No. 16 at McCullough’s on July 8. Witnessed by Jack Santoro and Dick Krick.
Mike Zellman, of Sea Isle City, with a 9-iron on Hole No. 7 at The Pines at Clermont on Saturday. Witnessed by Mike Deflavia.