Plenty of tournaments on Scotch Valley greens
Local golf roundup
HOLLIDAYSBURG — It was a busy week at the Scotch Valley Country Club.
In match-play tournament action, Christopher Perry was the championship flight winner over Andrew Ferguson. Dave DeGol Sr. won over Seth Smith in the first flight, while Alex Elliott won over Aaron Harr in the second flight. The third-flight winner was Eric Irwin over Rocky Patel.
The team of Bob Bilger, Dan Magee, Jim Foreman and Rob Tyler shot a 54 to win in a card off in the James Meadows Memorial Golf Outing. Two teams tied for second at 56: Bob Strawser, Mike Corso, Patrick Lundquist and Jason Wagner, along with Ky Bender, Carter Fischer, Ryan Bender and Ken Stockley.
The team of Chris Nelson, Nick Gates, Mike Macionsky and Zac Craig won the Paul Kirby Jr. Memorial Golf Outing with a 54 in a card off. Second-place honors went to Marty Marasco, A.J. Marasco, Dan Leri and Mark Moschella.
The Jim Gregory Golf Gala was won by the team of Joe, Dick and Jay Meadows and Ken Geesey. They shot a 70. Second place went to the team of Bruno DeGol III, Nick and Andrew DeGol and Mark Saltzburg (71) Third went to John Ventura, Matt Neumeyer, Barry Newborn and Harry Benjamin.
The Cops On the Course Tournament was won by the team of Chuck Stitt, Dave Snyder, Mark Lingafelt and Jeff Friday.
TYRONE — The team of Freddy DelGrosso, Randy Himes, Mike Robuck and Ken Hostler shot an 118 to win the 2 Best Of 4 Ball Tournament at the Sinking Valley Country Club.
Finishing second at 122 was the team of Andy Kushner, Jess Davis, Bob Davis and Dan McFarland.
LORETTO — Richard Olewiler’s total gross score of 163 after rounds of 78 and 85 earned him 2020 Club Championship honors in the championship flight at Immergrun Golf Club.
Gary Rose, who carded rounds of 83 and 81, finished one stroke back.
Jeffrey King won the first flight with a two-day score of 162. Stump Stombaugh captured the second flight with a 170
TYRONE — The team of Matt McKee, Paul Johnston, Ron Kustaborder and Harry Miller won the two best of four stableford event at Sinking Valley Country Club recently with a score of 42.
Bill Lechner, Mike Robuck, Don McCaulley and Stephen Trexler posted a score of 36 to place second, and Tom Otto, Jim Franchio, Ken Hostler and John Frederick were third with 32 points.
HOLLIDAYSBURG — Mike Knorr shot a low gross score of 36 to win the four-ball competition at the Sylvan Hills Golf Club.
There was a three-way tie for low net recorded by Kevin Fuller, Ken Stockley and John Hopkins.
Closest-to-the-pin honors went to Eric Steinbrunner (No. 4) and John Paul (No. 4). The league leaders after week 13 are Donnie Fisher and Andy French.
Bernie Mayanscik, Shirley Wikinson and Carol Young won the Sylvan Hills Ladies Golf Association event Tuesday, and Walt Focht, Gary Zimmerman and Gary Hoover were winners in the George “Butch” Focht Senior League on Wednesday.
HUNTINGDON — Bob Lamey and Rick Bayer went 3-0 during week 3 action in cycle 2 of the Big Orange Golf League.
There was a three-way tie for second at 1-2 between the teams of Phil Thompson/Jim Lakso, Larry Newton/Gerry Huggler and Bill Frazier/Ed Gargula.
Gargula was the low gross winner (37) while Chip Lewis, subbing for Lamey, was low net winner (33). Frank Ieraci subbed for Huggler.
The shot of the day was turned in by Frazier, who chipped one in for birdie on No. 8.
CRESSON — The team of Bill Wilkinson, Will Wilkinson, Mike Dunmyer and Dylan Link shot a 52 to win the Cresson Lions Club Benefit Outing.
Finishing second were Tim Dzurko, Nick Macchia, Mark Delaney and Bob Ruggiero (53).
Closest-to-the-tee shots inclued Craig Wadsworth (No. 4), Dane Harrold (No. 8) and Devin Lawhead (No. 12). Longest drive honors went to Dave Romani (No 3), while Link got closes second shot (No. 15). Hap Lacue had the longest putt on No. 18.
Matt Repko of Cresson scored a hole-in-one while playing golf at the Summit Country Club. He hit the shot on the No. 8 hole, 195-yards long using a 6-iron. It was witnessed by Evan Link, Ryan Link and Paul Myers.
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Danny Geis sank a hole-in-one while playing golf at Iron Masters Country Club. It was the fifth one of his career. He hit the shot on the No. 3 hole, 154-yards long using a 5-wood It was witnessed by George Eckman, Terry Dellinger and Tom Holsinger.
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There were two hole-in-ones at the Scotch Valley Country Club. Dean Patterson hit on No. 8, 173-yards long using a hybrid. It was witnessed by John Ventura, Barry Newborn and Harry Benjamin. Frank Wiley hit one on No. 12, using a 7-iron, that was 166-yards long. It was witnessed by Bill Reighard, Dave Bumgartner and George Savine.