Congratulations to all of our champions and thanks to those who participated. Complete results of the championship and photo gallery from the week can be found under the tournament tab.
Mia Kness, Seton Hall recruit and daughter of our tournament director Kim Kness, qualified for the 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur in Chula Vista CA at San Diego Country Club. Mia's score of 68 tied her for low medalist honors with Thailand's Wad Phaewchimplee at a sectional qualifier held at Walnut Grove Country Club in Dayton Ohio.
Mia shot 152 (75-77) during the 36-hole qualifier on August 7 and 8, missing the cut (150) to continue on to the match play portion of the tournament. Mia will take this great experience with her as she begins her freshman golf season at Seton Hall.
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Complete results of each tournament can be found under the Tournament tab.
|Danielle Proctor||Sewickley Heights||19|
|Hee Soo Kim||Youghiogheny||5|
|Julie Bish||Diamond Run||3|
Each of the following players have TWO Virginia Frew Wright points: Susan Donaldson, Carol Semple Thompson, Ann Vanzant, Jessica Shaughnessy, Alexis Wukich, Sue Colton, Claudette Graham, Karen Boyd, Wanda McGarry, Kathy Smith, Colleen Adams and Nora Faller.
President Corinne Lacich presented her Executive Board report to the members assembled for the annual Spring Meeting of the WGAWP at Allegheny Country Club. Attached is the text of that presentation that reflects the diligent work of the executive board in preparation for the upcoming season. New events, policy and procedural changes, a partnership with West Penn Golf Association and the addition of "socials" and new mixed events are a just a few of the updates to be found in this file.
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Click the "Members" tab for a complete listing and photo gallery of all holes-in-one recorded this season!
Beth Szymczak knows how to turn lemons into lemonade! After the second round of the First President's tournament at Fox Chapel was cancelled on August 3rd due to poor course conditions, Beth and friends made a round at her home course really special: she aced #2 Lakes (Treesdale) using an 8 iron on the 104 yard hole. This was Beth's 3rd ace and her second on that hole. Cheering the accomplishment were Norma Efremenko, Chris Flynn and Kathy Kunschner.
Colleen Meyers celebrated her first hole-in-one during the Queen Bee tournament at Oakmont on July 20. Playing partner Nicki Nigro witnessed the 5 hybrid shot on the 148 yard 6th hole.
Maris Hilliard, playing with her husband Bob and friends Sharon and Jim Thompson, watched her red Volvik golf ball sail off the tee into the 2nd hole at Diamond Run on June 11. Maris has had aces in back-to-back years!
Ronda Witkowski enjoyed a hole-in-one at Treesdale Country Club while playing with Lynn Witkowski, Billy Owens and Dave Butch. The ace was on the the #6 hole of the Lakes course using a 7 iron on the 117 yard hole.
Congratulations to Nora Faller on her hole-in-one recorded during match play of the WGAWP championship at Allegheny Country Club on July 12. Wanda McGarry, her opponent witnessed the feat.
Sally Bradford-Parees celebrated her first hole-in-one on July 8 while playing in the Mixed Better Ball tournament at The Club at Nevillewood. The 139 yard 17th hole was "magic" as her 7 wood dropped the ball into the hole. On hand to cheer were playing partners Tom Tutchko and Grace and John Anderson.
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