Erma Zoon used her 6-hybrid to record an ace Nov. 2 on the 120-yard No. 6 of Cypress Links.
Marilyn Popp, Pat Wapole and Barbie Osterling shot 46 to win the two best balls of four net WGA event Nov. 2 on Cypress Links.
Craig Del Fabro used his 5-iron to record an ace Nov. 5 on the 182-yard No. 17 of Royal Lakes.
Donna Vasko and Anne Pistilli shot 70 to win Flight 1 of the best front nine from one partner, best back nine from other partner WGA event Nov. 16. Elaine Mckenzie and Margaret Hansen shot 71 to win Flight 2.
Ed Kornberger shot 151 to win the low gross portion of the stoke play, two rounds, MGA championship Nov. 17. Wally Sheets shot 139 to win Flight 1 net. Ed Hyde and Bill Jaaskelanien both shot 147 to win Flight 2 net. Gordon Catlow shot 136 to win Flight 3 net. Marvin Pearlman shot 143 to win Flight 4 net. Thomas Truelove shot 141 to win Flight 5 net. George Brigido shot 140 to win Flight 6 net.
Philip Leone, Jack Faulds, Ed Felin and Porfirio Arias finished -3.63 to win the scramble MGA event Nov. 17.
Marge Jones scored 39 to win the individual low net WGA event Nov. 18.
Liz Bostrom shot 69 to win the low net LGA event Nov. 2.
Kathy LaStella scored 24 to win the criss cross LGA event Nov. 9.
Bob Brenner and Steve Gilchrist finished +10 to win the two-man quota points MGA event Nov. 10.
Nancy Wynn scored 29 to win the low putts LGA event Nov. 16.
The teams of Dee Donegan, Holly O’Shea, Darlene Hoffman and Irene Ward and Kathi Skelton, Terry Burke and Linda Gawel finished -43 to tie for first place in the LGA Fall Festival event Nov. 4.
Dick Anderson shot 66 to win the individual low net MGA Beat the Pro event Nov. 6.
Marilyn Johnsen scored 203 to win the low net WGA Scarlett Cup 2010 event Nov. 9, 11 and 16.
Judith Kuchinski used her Callaway to record an ace Nov. 13 on the 129-yard No. 7 of Rosedale Golf & Country Club.
Irene Gawlik scored 33 to win the three clubs plus a putter nine-hole event Nov. 16.
Donna Raynsford, Joyce Matthew and Linda Suereth shot 124 to win the 6-6-6 LGA event Nov. 18.
Donna Menage, Beth Farr, Betty Rogers and Lee Stamos scored 90 to win the one best bal front, two best balls back WGA event Nov. 2.
William Brydges shot 66 to win the individual low net MGA event Nov. 3.
Pat Bajkowski, Maureen Gee and Joyce Leone scored 39 to win the two best balls of four, odd holes nine-hole event Nov. 4.
Rick Albrecht, Bruce McCarthy and Ron Schofield scored 89 to win the 1-2-1 on 3-4-5 MGA event Nov. 8.
John Burgis, John Kleis, Murl Blair and Bruce McCarthy scored 87 to win the one best ball front, two best balls back MGA event Nov. 10.
Andrew Haslehurst scored 201 and was named the overall champion of the low net MGA Rhett Cup Nov. 15, 17 and 22. Vic Menage scored 207 to win Flight 1. Mac MacDonald scored 212 to win Flight 2. Les Rogers scored 213 to win Flight 3.
Ella Mill, Dolores Pavela, Elaine Drewniak and Ellen Ruggiero shot 57 to win the odd holes team net nine-hole event Nov. 18.
The teams of Beth Mumaw, Carol Skiest, Barb Lincoln and Theresa Wride and Pat Cerjan, Pat Brennan, Joan Hardwick and Bev Fisher both shot 66 to tie for first place in the step-a-side scramble LGA Fall Shotgun and Luncheon event Nov. 2.
Linda Tidmarsh, Gail Schaeffer, Arlene Irons and Susan Davis shot 56 to win the one best ball of four LGA event Nov. 9.
Lynn Lockhorn scored 12 to win the low individual putts nine-hole LGA event Nov. 11.
Elly and Herb Krasow and Judy and Tom Werner shot 76 to win the 1-2-1 on 6-6-6 Mixed Event Nov. 14.
Barbara Conrad scored 44 to win the individual stableford Ladies Day event Nov. 16.
Ken Bumgarner, Chris Hogan, Leo Faust and John Harrison scored 55.3 to win the 4-player scramble net Men’s Day event Nov. 17.
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