Hickory Ridge leagues roundup
Fall is coming and the summer leagues are winding down at Hickory Ridge. The Tuesday Night Ladies Night Out League will be finished next week after their position round and its close in the standings.
Deb Wood and Aleta Martin lead with 103 points. Marcia Zambito and Margie Page are in second with 100.5 points with Laurie Freeman and Linda Chrzan close with 100 points.
This week Wood had low gross with 38. Martin and Freeman both had 43. Freeman led low net with a 32 while Brenda Powers and Diane Abel both had a 33. Freeman and Powers both recorded birdies.
It is also close in the standings for the Men’s Wednesday Night League. Clark Brooks and Dick Taylor are tied for first with the team of Jim Zambito and Owen Toale (sub). Each team has 92 points. Bob and Craig Wyant have moved up to third with 88.5 points.
Tim Hendrickson and AJ Gifaldi shared low gross with a 39 with Bob Wyant one behind with a 40. Gifaldi had low net with a 30. There were a bunch of birdies last week which is unusual for the back nine that was played. Loyd Denniston led the birdie count with three followed closely by Hendrickson who had two. Gifaldi, Craig Hazen, Raymont Daniels, Bob Wyant and Jim Zambito had one each.
The Men’s Traveling League on Thursday had Jake Cotter leading low gross with a 40. Zack Burgess had low net with a 29. Brian Payne had two birdies.
Jake Cotter and Tyler Root continue to leading the standings with 290 points. Dave Cotter and Randy Knaak are in second 2ith 284 points and Jim Peglow and Bud Peglow hold third place with 248 points.
The next Hickory Ridge Golf Association tournament is a Two Person Scramble and is scheduled for Monday, September 12 with tee times beginning at 9am. Players can sign up as a two some or as a single and the board will attempt to place you with another single. The tournament is open to HRGA members, non-members or social golfers who have either a GHIN handicap or a league handicap. This fun tournament signup is in the pro shop and you must signup by Thursday, September 1.