+ Lakewood Ranch
Karla Reens, Arloa Torok, Frances Mastrelli and Jane Hipson scored 152 to win the 2-3-2 on 6-6-6 Ladies Summer League event June 24, on Cypress Links.
Frank Costa, Jack Teague, Bob Borkowski and Ron Steffens scored 154 to win the two best balls on even holes, three best balls on odd holes men’s event June 25, on Cypress Links.
Jack Klomp, Rob Jordan, Nelson Linam and Roger Osterling scored 159 to win the two best balls on front nine, three best balls on back nine men’s event June 28, on Cypress Links.
Chris Windesheim, Wendy Diamond, Yolanda Dwyer and Else Friborg scored 161 to win the two best balls on front nine, three best balls on back nine Ladies Summer League event July 1, on Royal Lakes.
Ron Hurley and Richard Tucker both scored 82 to tie for first place in the low gross portion of the individual low-gross, low-net MGA event June 25. Ben Meluskey scored 68 to win the low-net portion.
Kathy Siegrist scored 19 to win the individual low-net throw out par 5s WGA event June 26.
Perley Hamilton, Rick Hughes and John Gerber finished -4.50 to win the scramble MGA event June 25, on the Champions Course.
Ted Poulos used his 5-hybrid to record an ace July 4 on the 165-yard No. 17 of the Champions Course.
+ River Club
Joe Brisley and Kerry Leitch finished +5 to win the quota points MGA event June 25.
Taffie Brisley and Suzanne Schuster scored -12 to win the one best ball of two LGA event June 28.
Lynn Hassell, Peg Bornstein, Jean Troxell and Jutta Tragnitz scored 58 to win the 1-2-3 on 5-4-3 nine-hole event June 24.
Tom Kunzman, Bob Lentz and Gary Wilson scored 94 to win the 1-2-1 on 3-4-5 MGA event June 25.
+ University Park
Mary Lou Snider scored 29 to win the individual points in the Train Game LGA event June 24.
Dikky Greenbury, Mary Lou Snider, Terry Kees and Beckie Suverkrup scored 124 to win the 3-2-1 on 6-6-6 LGA Count Down to Glory event July 1.
Tony Zanoni used his 6-iron to record an ace June 29 on the 165-yard No. 4 of Waterlefe Golf and River Club.
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On the calendar
It’s time for feasting on candy and family fun.
Merchants on Lakewood Ranch Main Street continue to mourn the surprising loss of fellow business owner Rebekah Hatmaker, co-owner of Serendipity Boutique.
Ticket sales for the Rotary Club of Lakewood Ranch’s first Uncorked food-and-wine pairing fundraiser have begun, and so has a chance to win a one-karat diamond.