+ Lakewood Ranch
Carolyn Cohn, Ardell Terry, Stephanie Simpson and Marian Wolfe scored 147 to win the 1-2-3 on 3-4-5 ladies event Aug. 20, on King’s Dunes.
Roger Osterling, Nelson Linam, Douglas Brugler and Vito Melfi scored 128 to win the two best balls of four net men’s event Aug. 21, on Royal Lakes.
Karla Reens, Arloa Torok, Connie Thompkins and Debbie Reese scored 100 to win the team stableford ladies event Aug. 27, on King’s Dunes.
Craig DelFabro, Ian Cutmore, Jim Molbreak and Lou Lacivita scored 57 to win the Lakewood Ranch three-ball men’s event Aug. 28, on King’s Dunes.
Barb Harrison, Mary Beth Grey and Betsy Ratterman finished -5.4 to win the team scramble WGA event Aug. 27 on the Champions and Lakes courses.
Richard Tucker finished +7 to win the MGA individual quota points event Aug. 28.
Fred Faulkner, Gerry Morrical and Perley Hamilton finished -1.80 to win the MGA scramble event Aug. 28, on the Champions Course.
+ River Club
Tony Komaroski used his 6-iron to record an ace Sept. 2, on the 159-yard No. 2 of the River Club Golf Course.
Cheryl Moyer, Linda Gawel and Holly O’Shea scored 120 to win the best ball 1-2-3 on 5-4-3 LGA event Aug. 22.
Jane Dain scored 94 to win the low gross portion of Flight 1 of the low net, low gross LGA event. Barb Sodini scored 74 to win the low net portion. Mary Moore scored 100 to win the low gross portion of Flight 2. Holly O’Shea scored 72 to win the low net portion.
Tom Kunzman, Roger Kaufman and Jim Mazurek scored 97 to win the one best ball front, two best balls back MGA event Aug. 21.
Betty Lawson, Joyce Yancey and Deme Kavis scored 63 to win the two best balls net nine-hole event Aug. 22.
+ University Park
Jack Siegel, Tom Wall, Jim Toedter and Hans Wendt finished +12 to win the two best points MGA team quota points event Aug. 21.
Lila Cooper scored 26 to win the Lucky 7 net nine-hole LGA event Aug. 22.
Ray Hayhurst used his 5-wood to record an ace Aug. 31, on the 165-yard No. 11 of Waterlefe Golf and River Club.
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