CRESSON - Ian Dunmyer fired two rounds of 84 to win the Summit Country Club's Junior Club Championship Augusta Flight. Dunmyer's score of 168 was 11 strokes better than Derek Fink and 12 ahead of Dillon Perino. Nolan Link was next with a 184.
Dante Perino came back with a second-round 88 to pull out the Olympic Club Flight with an overall score of 186, while Rob Pramuk recorded a 194, and Seb Pettenati and Devin Selip tied for third at 197.
Thomas Weakland's 127 was good enough to edge Cameron Dunmyer by four shots in the nine-hold Royal Lytham and St. Anne's Flight.
TYRONE - The team of Scott Fozard and Kevin Klein won the second and third flight of the Saturday Skins last week at Sinking Valley Country Club.
Mike Voltz and Bob Hunter took second with Bryan James and Zach Claycomb finishing third.
* Larry Baker recorded a hole in one on the sixth hole on July 5. He used a six iron and was witnessed by Ron Kenner, Steve Monahan and Troy Monahan at Park Hills Country Club.
* John Fleck on the 12th hole managed to sink a hole in one on July 11 on the seventh hole, with a seven fairway wood on 145-yard hole at Maplecrest Golf Course. Mike Fleck, Erica Fleck and Justin Fleck were witnesses.
Don Price and Jim Ray won the fourth and fifth flight of the Saturday Skins with Andy Wagner and Brad Kaizer taking second and John Benson Jr. and Justin Rydbom grabbing third.
Brett Cornelius claimed the championship and first flight of Saturday pins.
Troy Benson took second with Brian Hall rounding out the top three.
Klein took top honors in the Saturday Pins second and third flight. He was followed by Eric Glunt in second and Adam Ritchey in third.
In the fourth and fifth flight, Ritch Rupert was the top finisher. Chris Dutrow finished second and John Benson Jr. placed third.
The team of Jay Pheasant and Ryan Strickler combined for the championship and first flight title at the Friday Skins Tournament.
Ryan DelBaggio and Chris Perry took second.
Chuck Meyers & Steve Gorman took first in the second and third flight. Voltz and Hunter were second with Toby Hunter and John Taylor rounding out the top three.
Ron Kustaborder and Mike Cumming won the fourth and fifth flight with Steve Ott and Tom Myers taking second and Jason Moore & Doni Flick taking third.
Craig Paylor won the Friday Pins Championship and first flight division. Chris Gambacurta took second and Jimmy Ferguson finished third.
Brian Swank took the second and third fight. Eric Glunt finished second and John Taylor placed third.
Dave Wertz won the fourth and fifth flight of the competition. Rob Grunden claimed second while Tom Getz took third.
The team of Joe Saffin, Mark Long, Charlie Taylor and Emily Bickle managed to take first place in the Tuesday Night League at Sinking Valley Country Club.
Dick Klaiber, Craig Dutrow, Rich Lloyd and Sherrie Buchanan teammed up to take second, and John Stoltz, Nick Lovrich, Mark Schimminger and Kathleen Taylor rounded out the top three.
J.J. McCabe from New Enterprise shot an 80 in the Boys 16-18 Oakmont Divison at the Northeast Junior Golf Tour on Monday at Cherry Creek Golf Course in Youngwood to take the division crown.
Chris Michelone of Altoona finished with a score of 84.
In the Pine Valley Divison, Hunter shields of Hollidaysburg took top honors with a 83. Ross Woomer, another Hollidaysburg resident, finished with a score of 100.
The Boys 13-15 division featured a second-place finish for Jerome Landry of Hollidaysburg with a 81.
Other notable finishes included Hollidaysburg's Jesse Ottaway with a 91, placing seventh, and Brady McCarthy of Altoona who tied for 11th with a score of 104.
Michelone took second in the Boys 16-18 Oakmont Division of the Northeast Junior Golf Tour with a score of 80 for second place at Standing Stone Golf Club in Huntingdon July 13.
J.J. McCabe shot an 82.
The Boys 13-15 Pine Valley Division featured four Hollidaysburg residents in the top four of the standings.
Ottaway took the top spot with a score of 83, Landry came in second with 86, David Snyder and Issac Wood both tied with scores of 88 each.
Elijah DeHaven of Tyrone scored a 94 for sxith place, Hollidaysburg's Jon Bilek shot a 95 for seventh place and Brady McCarthy took eighth with a 101.
Pine Valley's 10-12 Boys Division was led by Andrew Ferguson of Altoona with a 93. Tyrone's Ethan Vipond scored a 98, and Max Crownover from Altoona and Kyle Pennabaker of New Paris each had 99.
At the Links at Church Spring, Landry fired an 84 to win the Boys 13-15 Pine Valley Division. Ottaway was third at 87, while Northern Cambria's Hunter Duriez and Ebensburg's Collin Seymour tied for fifth at 97.
The Boys 10-12 Pine Valley Division was won by New Paris' Kyler Pennabaker; he scored 88.
Hollidaysburg's Ross Woomer placed fourth in the Boys 16-18 Pine Valley Division, carding a 95.
HOLLIDAYSBURG - Don DeGol, David DeGol Sr., David DeGol Jr. and Bill Agosta's team score of 55 was enough to tie for first, and the quartet pulled out the win over Phil Foreman, Chad Dupont, Jim Dupont and Mike Dolecki in a tiebreaker to capture the Foreman Foundation Golf Outing at Sinking Valley Country Club.
Dennis DeGol, Tony Nastasi, Ron Miller and Marty Finklestine rounded out the top three with 56.
John Madey, Jonathan Madey, Ethan Madey and Drew Campbell won the Foundation For Life Golf Tournament with a 55. Dennis DeGol Jr., Tony Nastasi, Frank Frontino and Mike Macionsky finished second with a 56, and Rich Dillon, Mike Grimm, Ken Emigh and Stephan Karal finished third with a 58.
Michelle Day, Kim McCarl, Cindy Trimarco and Darlene Grove won the Pink Ribbon Classic with a 60. Tom Myers, Cliff Hutchinson, Michael Day and Phil Miller were second with a 61.
The first-place Ladies Team, which shot a 60, consisted of Gwen Paden, Patti Nelis, Carolyn Thompson and Anita Jo Petrusky.
Dave Snyder took first in the low gross division of the of the Handicap (Stroke Play) Club Championship at Sylvan Hills Golf Course last Saturday.
John Roland took second and Walt Focht finished in third.
In the Net Division, Jesse Ottaway grabbed the top honors with Brian Walters taking second and Marty Long rounding out the top three.
Rita Brouse won the secret holes competition on Tuesday.
Sandy Murphy had the longest put and Lynn Durbin had the longest drive on the ninth hole.
Down River Golf Course in Bedford is looking for people to fill an opening for its golf tournament scheduled for Friday, July 27. The cost is $75 per person or $300 per team which includes an 18-hole scramble, cart fees, lunch, dinner, snacks and beverages.
If you have not entered a team and would like to, contact Jami Leavell, Project Coordinator for the Bedford County Chamber of Commerce at 623-2233.