One qualifying event remains this season (First Presidents') to determine the Virginia Frew Wright Player of the Year. In addition to the current standings posted above, more information about this prestigious award and its connection to one of our past presidents can be found under the tab entitled "About Us>Player of the Year.
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It’s a fourth ace for Carolyn Morford while playing in the Queen Bee tournament on August 7 at Ligonier Country Club. Robin Giunta and Linda Harbaugh witnessed the feat on the seventh hole.
Charlene Yourick, playing at her home course Edgewood, had a hole-in-one on August 2. Renee Quinn and Kim Quinn watched with Charlene as the ball found the bottom of the cup on hole #14.
Chris Demetriadis, playing in the Mixed Better Ball at New Castle Country Club on July 14, aced the 104 yard 13th hole. Well played!
Playing in the Nemacolin Invitational, Jamie Kerestes celebrated her first ace using a 5-hybrid on the fourth hole. Playing partners were Kathy Smith, Kathy Kunschner and Linda Froehlich.
It was a flag-waving kind of Fourth of July for Patty Kegel who celebrated a hole-in-one in the morning Swats at Connequonessing. Kegel aced the 150-yard seventh hole with a 5 hybrid. Playing partners Brett Sylvestry, Dave Kirkham and Dave Hardesty cheered on the shot.
Wow! Andrea Porter (Westmoreland) beat the 6 million-to-1 odds of an albatross or double eagle (3 under par) at Belmont Hills Golf Club in Bermuda on June 16. Eric Porter witnessed the 4-hybrid second shot on the 403 yard sixth hole.
Claudette Graham celebrated a hole-in-one during the West Penn Golf Association's Women's Net Championship on June 11. Graham used a 7 iron on the 117 yard second hole at Diamond Run Country Club.
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