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Ladies’ Golf News ~ October 2023

September play was limited due to the aeration of the course.

The gadget on September 20 was Three Clubs and One Putter which requires little explanation.

1st Place: Linda Boyle with a net 77

2nd Place: JoAn Treskovich with a net 78

Noah’s Ark was the game, played in cold weather, on September 26.  Teams were chosen by drawing pictures of animals and each animal was assigned holes on which that animal’s score would be the team’s net.

1st Place: Darlene Elliott, Carolyn Morford, JoAn Treskovich

2nd Place: Becky Demuth, Robin Guinta, Linda Boyle, Barbara Sloan

Closing day is just around the corner on October 3.  It will be a scramble followed by lunch, awards, and selection of officers for next year.  Please call the Pro Shop to sign up.

From the Pro ~ October 2023

Dear Members,

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.

September had its ups and downs, but our 5-Person Scramble was once again a hit. Sean’s Folds of Honor Marathon went as planned and he was able to get 100 holes and raise another $1,000 for the foundation! We also had our first ever, Golf & Gun Bash, that was a huge favorite and will be back in 2024.

As said, October is a beautiful month to play so don’t put those clubs away yet, especially as we have our, maybe, favorite event of the year, Ray’s Revenge! This event is a must play.

Don’t forget, this 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. Be sure to check out the below sections with some great holiday gift ideas, including the G-Tech Warming Pouch & NEW, G-Tech warming Vest.


Ladies Golf News ~ September 2023

While other parts of the country are sweltering under extreme heat, August in Western Pennsylvania provided some great golfing weather.

The August 1 game was Disaster Various actions such as water balls, bunkers, three and four putts were assigned points.  The team with the fewest points would win.  Unpredictably, all the teams tied with 12 points:

Cindy Soccio, Linda Boyle, Sheery O’halloran

Becky DeMuth, Barbara Sloan, Darlene Elliott

JoAnn Treskovich, Robin Giunta, Enis Cassill

The Ladies’ Classic was played on August 8. Cindy Bode won 1st Place net with a 69 and Carolyn Morford shot a 93 for 1st Place gross.

Red tee skill prizes:

#4 Closest to the Hole     Cindy Soccio

#7 Closest to the Hole     Cindy Soccio

#10 Longest Drive            Cindy Soccio

#11 Closest to the Hole  JoAn Treskovich

Barbara Sloan won 1st Place net from the orange tee with a 77.  Becky Demuth won the orange tee skill prize with the shortest putt on #2.

The Member-Member, which was rained out in July and once again in August, finally took place on August 22. 

1st Place: Cindy Soccio and Sheery O’Halloran net 68

2nd Place: Becky DeMuth and Barbara Sloan net 70

Best Approach was the game on August 29. The last shot to the green’s surface was used to determine points for the shot closest to the hole, second closest, and furthest from the hole. There were three teams of threesomes. The player on each team with the most points won.

Barbara Sloan                   41 points

Carolyn Morford               41 points

Becky DeMuth                  39 points

There will be no play on September 5 as the course will be closed for aeration.  September 12 is a no gadget day.  Please remember to sign up in the Pro Shop if you plan to play. Tee times will be at 10:00 a.m. in September.

From the Pro ~ Sept 2023

Dear Members,

Summer was here and now is “almost” gone. As we look back at the year, we can at least say we’ve had fantastic days of Golf and the course has been superb!

August was a fantastic month for events. We had our Member-Guest, Club Championships, & Glow Golf event.

Congratulations to Sally Sheerer for winning the Ladies Club Championship; Sally is now a 4X winner, winning three years in a row! Also, congratulations to Mario Battaglia for winning his first Men’s Club Championship. Mario battled Dylan Marshall and Aidan Bushey down the stretch but sealed the deal with clutch birdies on the back nine!

Now, we look forward to our remaining events and the wonderful foliage in the area. Our           5-Person Scramble is closely approaching, and our new Golf & Gun Extravaganza Bash is on September 22. Get your tickets now for the Golf/Gun Bash, they won’t remain for long!

Oh! Don’t forget it’s that time of the year again where Sean & now Michael try to raise money for the Fold’s of Honor foundation. This is year 9 for Sean, raising over $110,000. In 2020 & 2021, Ligonier Country Club was recognized as a Top Performer. We did not hit that goal in 2022 but would love to get back on track and raise $5,000 this year for a Scholarship.

September Pro News

From the Pro ~ August 2023

Dear Members,

We hope you are enjoying your summer as much as we are but wow how times flies!

July was a theme month for us it seemed as we had our Yellowstone themed Member-Member, Christmas in July Bucks & Does and our College Style Intermediate Night. No matter the theme, each one was filled with participants and a whole lot of fun!

If you missed any of these events, don’t worry, we have many more to come. In August, we will bring back the Thursday Twilight Series, Member-Guest, Men’s & Women’s Club Championship, and Intermediate Glow Golf tournament.

We will also have another Bedford Exchange Day on August 17. The fee to play is $99 and you can sign-up in the Golf Shop as of now. We can call and make tee times two weeks before to get your exact time.

The last note to be aware of is Fall Aerification.... Click below to keep reading

August Pro News