Mike Emerick recorded his third hole-in-one Friday morning at Echo Hills.
Emerick didn’t know where his Srixon Tri-Speed had finished after hitting a 9-iron on the 129-yard seventh hole.
But, with only playing partner Rob Kiser’s ball in sight as the two approached the green, Kiser checked the hole to find Emerick’s ball.
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There may have been a lot of rain Wednesday, but it couldn’t dampen Jerry Cantrill’s golfing spirits.
Cantrill had a hole-in-one during the Golden Boys outing at Echo Hills Wednesday. Cantrill aced the 109-yard, third hole with an 8-iron for his second hole-in-one in less than a year.
Witnessing his shot were Frank Barhorst and Larry Wilberding.
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On the opening day of the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills, Sandy Finkes and Kathie Isenhouer shared low gross honors with 44.
Rosalie Snipes was low net with 33, while Karen Nickol was second with 38.
Delma Grissom was low putts with 16, while Jane Rudd and Marty Hemm both had 17.
JayDee Denson and Brian Deal shared low gross honors in the Wednesday Industrial League with 39.
Mike Bosse was third with 40.
Jim Shaw and Hal Cain shared low net with 32.
Jim Heath, Ron Pearson Jr. and Brian Wylds tied for third with 36.
Smitty’s Bike Shop 18
Mulligan’s Pub 15.5
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 15.5
Adam & Eve 13.5
Long Shots 12.5
Joe Thoma Jewelers 10.5
Patriot Fence 6.5
Francis Office Supply 5.5
3 Bros & The “Law” 4
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Ben Gover was low gross with 34 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.
Dave Barnhart was second with 36, while Ken Hostetter, Mike Bosse, Ryan Pearson and Brad Erwin all carded 39s.
Doug Jennings was low net with 30.
Jim Williams and Dustin Erwin tied for second with 31.
Jennings Construction 17.5
Nephos Vapor 13.5
No Name 13
A.R.M.S. Inc. 12
Paul Sherry Chrysler 10.5
Classic Concrete 10
Atlantis Sportswear 8
Tim Horton’s 5
The Piqua girls basketball program has scheduled their annual golf scramble event for July 16 at Echo Hills Golf Course. Registration is now open. Door prize donations and hole sponsorships are being secured.
It will be an 8 a.m. shotgun start, with registration beginning at 7 a.m.
Cost is $60 and includes all contests, riding cart, lunch and various awards.
For more information, contact Kenneth Stewart at (937) 606-2110 or [email protected]
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The GHB Classic golf outing will again be held on June 4 at Stillwater Valley Golf Club.
It will be a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
Sign-ins are at 9:30 a.m.
It is a four-man best ball tournament open the the public.
Entry fee is $60 and there is pay out top three places.
There are longest drives and closest to the pin payout for both men and women.
All proceeds go to the George Brading Scholarship fund. This is a scholarship given out yearly at the high school to one senior student attending college. Also there is a sit down meal following the tournament included in the price.
For more information, contact Dave Brading at (937) 773-1962.
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The Covington Bucc Boosters will hold their annual golf outing at Echo Hills on June 25 with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
The tournament is limited to the first 25 teams and fills up quickly. The tournament format provides sponsorship opportunities for local businesses and individuals to help support Covington Athletics. The format is a 4-person best ball scramble format. Our goal is to make this scramble unique and memorable and raise money to help support Covington athletics at the same time. There will be lots of prizes, good food, and some specialty holes, incorporating other sports, that you wouldn’t normally find at a golf scramble.
There are currently still openings for teams.
Entry and sponsorship details are available at https://www.facebook.com/BuccBoosters, and http://www.gobuccs.com/golf_scramble.pdf .
The 23rd annual Matt Light Football Camp will be held at Harmon Field in Greenville in June 13-14.
It is for ages 8-14 and registration deadline is June 6.
For more information, call (937) 417-5134 or email [email protected]