From the Pro ~ July 2023
Dear Members, July 2023
It’s hard to believe the 4th of July will be here in a few days. We’ve had a wild ride in the month of June from blazing hot temperatures to cool days to rain as well as air quality warnings. The best part is the rounds are up, everyone is enjoying the course and we’re having a great year.
As mentioned, June was a busy one where we had our Men’s Invitational, Bucks & Does Game Night, Westmoreland County Better Ball & Junior Camp. Congratulations to Joe Corsi & Jeff Hovanec on winning the Men’s Invitational & Joe Corsi & Nick Turowski on winning the Westmoreland County Better-Ball.
The month of July will not disappoint with events and our NEW Twilight Golf Series.
Ladies' Golf News - July 2023
While we await the arrival of summer, we managed to get in most of our events in June.
As reported in the last newsletter, the club was originally scheduled to be closed on May 30. When the decision was made to open that Tuesday, it was decided to play the Mystery Hole game that was cancelled on May 9. This was an individual event with three holes thrown out. The net winners are:
1st Place: JoAn Treskovich with a net 52
2nd Place: Carolyn Morford with a net 56
Six-Six-Six was a team event that was played on June 6. Holes 1-6 used the best 2 of 4 balls. Holes 7-12 was a scramble. Holes 13-18 was a shamble.
1st Place: Darlene Elliott, Denise Smail, Becky DeMuth Sherry O’Halloran net 39
2nd Place: Stephanie Trozzo, Linda Boyle, Barbara Sloan net 60
June 13 saw the return of a favorite, King & Queens. The net score of the King plus the best net of his Queens was the team’s score. The winning score of net 133 was posted by King David Berenbrok supported by his Queens Becky DeMuth, JoAn Treskovich and Karen Thompson.
The Kings also had skill prizes:
Closest to the Hole #4: Bill Hough
Longest Putt Hole #*: Bob Giunta
Closest to the Hole #11: Dave Berenbrok
Longest Putt Hole #18: Stan Treskovich
Many thanks to the Kings who volunteered to participate. A special thanks to Pat Warren whose on-going efforts to make this event happen each year.
June 20 was Friend’s Day. Members are allowed to invite up to three friends to play. It’s not a competitive event but a time to just enjoy playing golf. Once again Karen Thompson hosted the event. When Karen organizes an event there is always a theme, and this year it was a Mexican fiesta with a wonder taco lunch. Thanks to Karen and we will miss you next year.
Beat the Pro was scheduled for June 27. As predicted by Sean, it was guaranteed to rain as happened in the previous two years. He proved correct. We can only hope that next year will be better.
The upcoming events in July are the Queen Bee on July 11 and July 28 and the Member-Member on July 25. Remember to sign up in the Pro Shop.