+ Lakewood Ranch
Heidi Phillips, Merci Madar, Patty Levitan and Nea Beckerman shot 100 to win the AA/BB Flight of the fudge two best balls of four net WGA event Dec. 3, on King’s Dunes. Kim Seidman, Laura Hammaker, Candace McMahon and Glenda Auxier shot 103 to win the CC/DD Flight.
Robert Lapp, John Drews, Marvin Kadesh and Richard Amesbury shot 54 to win the Lakewood Ranch three-ball Men’s Day event Dec. 4, on Cypress Links.
Perley Hamilton, Gerry Morrical and Mark Romich finished -3.84 to win the scramble MGA event Nov. 27, on the Lakes Course.
Ellen Hawley scored 16 to win the tee to green individual WGA event Dec. 5, on the Champions Course.
+ River Club
Bev Whitlock scored 33 to win the front-nine portion of the low net front, back, total LGA event Dec. 3. Kathy LaStella scored 33 to win the back nine. Marianne Thomsen scored 68 to win the total portion.
Don Doede and Bob Overholt finished +4 to win the quota points MGA event Dec. 4.
Peggy Kunkle used her pitching wedge to record her 13th career ace Dec. 6 on the 86-yard No. 8 of the River Club Golf Course.
Kathy LaStella and Kathy Estabrook scored 36 to win the individual stableford LGA event Dec. 7.
+ University Park
Werner Baumgarter, Jim Nellis, Martin Graaf and Bernd Ferber scored 129 to win the two best balls of four MGA event Nov. 27.
The teams of Glyn and Diana Moser and Eric and Anne Walsh, and Don and Lynne Richbourg and Glenn and Evelyn Cooper all shot 76 to tie for first place in the 6-6-6 Couples Holiday Fun event Dec. 8.
Leslie Carroll scored 57 to win the crystal ball individual Ladies Day event Nov. 19.
Ken Bumgarner scored 34 to win the blind nine individual game Men’s Day event Dec. 4.
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