Ladies’ Golf News ~ November 2022
The season ended on a chilly note but thanks to all who braved the weather to participate.
Team results for the scramble were:
1st Place: Karen Hough, Becky DeMuth, Pat Warren – net 68
2nd Place: Cindy Soccio, Darlene Elliott, Barbara Sloan - net 70
3rd Place: Stephanie Trozzzo, JoAn Treskovich, Enis Cassill, Sherry O’Halloran – net 73
Closest 3rd Shot #2
Betty Rosa (Red Tees)
Becky DeMuth (Orange Tees)
Closest to the Hole #7
Karen Hough (Red Tees)
Barbara Sloan (Orange Tees)
Longest Drive #9
Stephanie Trozzo (Red Tees)
Becky DeMuth (Orange Tees)
Closest to the Hole #11 Cindy Soccio (Red Tees)
Closest to the Hole #17 Becky DeMuth (Orange Tees)
Thanks to Stephanie Trozzo for organizing the lunch following play.
The officers volunteering to serve next year are Stephanie Trozzo (President), Karen Hough (Vice President), Carolyn Morford (Treasurer) and Barbara Sloan (Golf Chair and Secretary).
Thanks go to all the Ligonier club staff for supporting the Ladies Golf Association:
Bill Elliott and his team including Blade, Haley, Beth, and everyone else that made our Tuesday lunches and other special event meals possible.
Sean Knaus and the Pro Shop staff for organizing our tee times on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and the weekends.
As your Golf Chair, I would like to extend my personal thanks to Sean for his efforts to make this and previous seasons so stressless for me. You are aware that when Sean became the Head Pro, I had been playing with the 9-holers. At the beginning of this year, I went looking for the balls we had previously used to make up the Tuesday teams. With a very puzzled look on his face, Sean said “What balls?” It was the first time I learned that Sean had been making up the teams and providing score cards with handicaps for each Tuesday’s game. This year he introduced the bulletin board announcing the teams and starting holes. I truly appreciate his commitment to making the Ladies Golf Association a success.
From the Pro ~ October 2022
The colder temperatures have arrived and soon we will see the spectacular fall foliage at LCC. Although the temperatures will start to fall and the nights will be shorter, there is still many days of Golf to play. The greens have healed perfectly from aerification, and they will only get better with grass not growing as fast.
September had its ups and downs, but our 5-Person Scamble was once again a hit. We sold out with 100 players and had a fantastic day. Sean’s Folds of Honor Marathon went as planned and he was able to get 100 holes and raise another $1,400 for the foundation!
As said, October is still a great month for Golf, so be on the lookout for our Guest Specials and come participate in our (3) remaining Golf Events. (Bucks & Does Mystery Night, Ray’s Revenge & our Pumpkin Par-3.
Lastly, now is the time to start thinking about those holidays’ gifts. If you have something in mind for that special someone, the Golf Shop can cater to your needs. Also, be sure to check out the below sections with some great holiday gift ideas!
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