Anne Toms, Betsy Jordan, Polly Greene and Ellie Stoddard shot 59 to win the scramble event on King’s Dunes Nov. 17. Connie Thompkins, Lindy Foster, Phyllis Levinson and Darlene Stewart scored 60 for second place.
Lou Siegel, Leonard Drexler, Elliot Charnas and Randy Mallitz scored 130 to win the 1-2-3 on 3-4-5 Men’s Event on King’s Dunes Nov. 18.
David Morrison used his 6-iron to record an ace Nov. 27 on the 164-yard No. 16 of Cypress Links.
Charles Larry, Bob Brenner and John Quantrill finished +7 to win the three-man quota points MGA event Nov. 18. Norb Charette, Jack Bostrom and Ron Panciera finished +6 for second place.
Judy Wayer scored 34 to win the odd holes one-half handicap LGA event Nov. 21. Sherry Sorbie scored 35 for second place.
Peggy Kunkle scored 25 to win the low putts LGA event Nov. 24. Dee Izzi scored 27 for second place.
Marty Scott used her 5-iron to record an ace Nov. 17 on the 123-yard No. 4 of Rosedale Golf & Country Club.
Stan Fleming shot 69 to win the individual low net MGA event Nov. 18. Jim Symons shot 70 for second place.
Angie Brewer scored 12 to win the low putts nine-hole event Nov. 24. Judy Wellstead scored 15 for second place.
Laura Dandie, Mynnette Wilson, Jeanne Overton and Connie McCarthy scored 36 to win the scramble nine-hole event Nov. 17.
Karen Meyer, Nancy Stanz and Lee Stamos scored 84 to win the team two best ball front, one best ball back WGA event Nov. 17. Lila Wilson, Karen Cverko and Diane McMillan scored 90 for second place.
Bruce McCarthy and Ralph Martine scored 65 to win the one best ball of two net MGA event Nov. 18 at Rosedale Golf & Country Club.
Carole Suess, Diane Figg, Kristin Kaufman and Teri Byrd scored 117 to win the two best ball of four WGA event Nov. 24.
Robert Ryan used his 7-wood to record an ace Nov. 10 on the 180-yard No. 11 of University Park Country Club.
Kermit Mueller scored 135 to win Flight 1 of the 36-hole net score MGA President’s Cup event Nov. 18. Dan Helpbringer scored 141 to win Flight 2.
David George, Bjorn Sigurdsson, Ted Sichler and Noah Hershey scored 58 to win Flight 1 of the one best ball of four net MGA event Nov. 18. John Huebner, Jim Nellis, John Irons and David Young scored 58 to win Flight 2.
Joan Pensack, Karen Poptic and Gladys Geddes scored 15 to win the low putts LGA nine-hole event Nov. 19.
Rita Schwanke and Nancy Crowley shot 64 to win the A/B portion of the one best ball of two LGA Turkey Trot event Nov. 24. Connie Tuley and Harriet Russeth shot 61 to win the C/D portion.
Barbara Conrad, Patti Piazza, Pauline Dickson and Vicki Joshpe scored 84 to win the two best ball front, one best ball back Ladies Day event Nov. 17.
Ben Strader, Rudi Floyd, Gary Corson and Bill Dunn shot 86 to win the one best ball odd, two best balls even Men’s Day event Nov. 18.
Patti Piazza and Erika Sayers shot 63 to win the two-person scramble Ladies Day event Nov. 24. Jean Paddison and Janet Stepp shot 65 for second place.
Bert and Roz Warner and Jack and Janice Ritchie scored 89 to win the one best ball odd, two best ball even Mixed Event Nov. 29.
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Tennis pro earns honors
Palm-Aire Country Club Director of Tennis Greg High has scored big with the U.S. Professional Tennis Association.
Petruff receives service award
East County resident and local attorney Patricia Petruff, a senior partner of the Dye, Deitrich, Petruff & St. Paul law firm in Bradenton, has been awarded the 2014 William C. Grimes Award for Lifetime Achievement in Community Service.
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