B.L. England at Green Tree

Londy Lazzaro had a net 67 to win Flight 1 and the Jim Deacy Trophy. Barb Hensil was second with a 68, winning a tiebreaker over Barbara Weber. Nancy Delventhal took low net with a 70. Nancy Jones was second at 71. Jan Cade had low putts with 29.

Flight 2 — Low net, Linda Stickney, 71, in tiebreaker over Carol Rott and Dolly Brown. Stickney had low putts (35).

Flight 3 — Low net, Peg Arnold, 71, in tiebreaker over Joyce Bianco; Gail Davis was third at 73; Carol Boland won low putts ( 37) in a tiebreaker.

Flight 4 — Low net, Marge Gabrielle, 76; Melissa Julliano, 81; Gloria Fernandes, 84, plus she won low putts in a tiebreaker at 35.

Nancy Boland won a Nine Holers Tournament with a 42. Eileen Titherington (20) had low putts.

Greate Bay Country Club

Fred Starn, Bud Asher, Charles Pancoast and Jerry Speitel had a 246 to win a Swingers Club tournament (three better balls net).

Bob Zimmermann, Howard Hampton, Bob Geary and Lou Ripa were second at 257 with Robert McDonnell, Jim Vachris, Nick Kihm and Tom Carney third at 261. Speitel won low net with an 82, three strokes better than Geary, Hampton, and Joe Rhein. Pat Patrizio had two chip-ins and Bob Hitchings one. Patrizio and Rhein had gross birdies. Geary (30) had low putts.

Maggie Swetkoff and Annette Lombardo won a Blind Partners Tournament. Jan Smith and Glenda Hanin were second. Pat Dougherty and Sue Hitchings were third with Mary Ann Baynes and Mern Gouza fourth.

Doris Myers and Mona Janke won a nine-hole tournament. Gerri Smallwood and Ruth Miller placed second with Paula Lamaina and Marianne Mazzoni third.

Green Tree Golf Course

Nancy Jones won Flight 1 low gross, while Dale Haney and Eileen Susman tied for low net.

Flight 2 — low gross, June Paprocki; low net, Bernice Donato and Marty Glenn;

Flight 3 — Low gross, Lena Lang and Mary Lou McCarthy; low net, Mae Sterling.

Paprocki (32) won a Tee to Green Tournament, followed by Haney (33) and Jones(34).

Linwood Country Club

France Hermann (28) won a N.O.S.E Tournament (holes beginning with those letters) with a 28 Wednesday.

Debbie Borman (30) was second with Jackie Herskowitz (34) third.

Mays Landing Golf and Country Club

Dave Bailey, Joyce Joyce, Kathy Styles Joan Shaw won a Jack and Three Jills Tournament on Thursday. Ken Jarvis, Ruby Herman, Olga Christensen and Judy Sausto tied Charlie Faye, Joan Faunce, Linda Peltz and Dottie Hickey for second.  Closest to the pin: Brian Becotte, Elaine Rearden.

McCullough’s Emerald Golf Links

Alice Booth won low gross (92) and low net (68) in a Monday Ladies League tournament. Joyce Joyce was second in gross (94) and net (69). Booth had low putts with 30, two fewer than Joan Carmen. Joyce was closest to the pin at Nos. 2 and 13. Booth was closest at No. 16.

Mike Nell, Mike Nell Jr, Ed Doran and Scott Garron had a 15-under 56 to win the Absecon Lighthouse Tournament on June 10. Dennis Ricci, Tony Marino, Carl Monk and Mike Jackson were second at 57. Susan Jones, Donna Bahnck and Mary Wawall were the top women’s team with a 1-over 72. Paula Finnerty, Gail Ackerman, Debbie Bolis and Gail Davis were second at 78. Don Morganweck, Dawn Brodton, Jeff Ropieck and Rene Garr were the top mixed foursome with a 64, two strokes better than Lou Paludi, Rose Marie Quirk, Sue Hogan and Tim Hogan. Long drive, No. 14, Phil Boyle, Rose Marie Quirk. Closest to the pin, No. 2, Ben Brenner 3 feet, 9 inches; Sue McCully 5-10

The Pines at Clermont

Gerri Canino (35) won low net in Flight 1 of the Monday Night Ladies League. Barbaro Cole (36) was second, followed by Winnie Poudrier (36) and Claire Smyle (36) Rita Seamon (40) won Flight 2, followed by Kathie Hildick (40), Carol Loyden (40) and Mary O’Donnell (41). Sandy Layten was closest to the pin at No. 2

Poudrier and Bunny Sheeron had a 29 to win a Better Ball of Partners with a Blind Draw Tournament. Margarette Jochim and Sandy Layten were second with a 31, a stroke better than Sunny Smith and Cathy O’Brien Next at 33 were Gerri Canino-Carol Norton, Winnie Mahoney-Maryanni Lombardi and O’Donnell-Janice Gheysen. Michelle Tenbrook-Kathy Hildick, 34; Claire Smylie-Marge Kearns, 34; Bonnie McCool-draw, 35; Barbara Cole-Dot Mitchell, 36; Bev Brezski-Linda Stickney, 36 Stickney had 14 putts. O’Brien had a gross 37.

Stone Harbor Golf Club

Nancy McConnell won low net in the Red, White and Blue Tournament. Cindy Allen won low net on the front nine, while Betty Anne Migliara took the back nine.

Wildwood Golf and Country Club

Betsy Hession was the overall winner of a Flag Tournament on Wednesday.

A Flight — Nancy McKelvey; B Flight — Ruth Ouram; C Flight — Colleen Kelly; D Flight — Hession.

McKelvey (low gross) and Shirley Byrne (low net) won a Low Gross/Low Net Tourament on June 8.

B Flight — Low gross, Terry Chila, low net, Ruth Ouram; C Flight - Low gross, Barb Noel, low net, Debbie Danis; D Flight - Low gross, Hession, low net, Barbara St. Clair and Jane Hand.

Hole-in-one

Greg D’Angelo of Brigantine used a 5-iron to ace the 190-yard 14th hole June 8 at Ballamor Golf Club. Barry Shewalter, Joe Manning and Nate Ksiazek witnessed.

New Jersey State Golf Association

Amateur Mike Meisenzahl, a summer resident of Sea Isle City, carded a two-under- par 34-35-69 at Little Mill Country Club in Marlton on Thursday to claim medalist honors in the second of four qualifying rounds for the 91st Open Championship.  Meisenzahl, a four-time club champion at Hidden Creek Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township, leads a total of six qualifiers into the championship, which will be held at Hollywood Golf Club in Deal on July 12-14. Amateur Michael O’Keefe of Hidden Creek qualified third with a 38-36-74.

Amateur Alexander Hicks of Stone Harbor Golf Club shot a 38-37-75 at Glenwood Country Club in Old Bridge Township on Wednesday to qualify for the Open.

Golf Association of Philadelphia

Mike Meisenzahl lost to fellow Little Mill golfer Michael Hyland 2 and 1 in the round of 16 in the Amateur Championship on Wednesday at Manufacturers Golf and Country Club in Fort Washington, Pa. Meisenzahl beat James Kania Jr. of Overbrook 3 and 2 in the round of 32. Meisenzahl, who graduated from James Madison University last month, earned the No. 1 seed with a 66-72-138 at North Hills Country Club in Glenside, Pa., and Manufacturers on Tuesday. At Manufacturers, Meisenzahl opened with six pars, got four birdies and an eagle in the next six-hole stretch. Peter Barron III of Stone Harbor Golf Club had a 76-72-148 advance to match play in a playoff, then lost 2 and 1 to Matthew Burkhart of Meadia Heights Golf Club in the round of 32.