Local golfing legend Kathie Isenhouer just keeps finding ways to top herself.
Earlier this summer, Isenhouer had recorded the third hole-in-one of her career, all with her Ping G5 pitching wedge.
Isenhouer not only used a different club for her fourth hole-in-one Thursday at Echo Hills — third on the third hole, undoubtedly her favorite hole, she overcame being blocked from the hole.
Isenhouer was playing with Kathy Knoop, Rosalie Snipes and Marty Hemm when she puled out an 8-iron ofr the 133-yard shot.
Knoop had already hit the ball close to the hole.
So Isenhouer hit her shot off Knoop’s ball and it richocheted into the hole.
Great strategy and shot by Isnehouer and nice assist for Knoop.
And Hemm gets credit for witnessing both aces by Isenhouer this year — seems like someone she may want to continue to golf with.
Adam & Eve
In the Wednesday Industrial League scramble to close the season at Echo Hills, Team Adam & Eve (Ben Gover, Andy Teach, Ron Pearson Sr., Ryan Pearson) was low gross with 28.
Taking second with 30 was Team Mulligan’s Pub (Dave Novotny, Brian Robbins, Luke Thoma, Tony Larger) with 30.
Team 3 Stooges & The “Bro” (Trey Hostetter (Larry), Kenneth Nelson Hostetter (Mo), Joe Hostetter (Curly), Brian Webster) was low net with 17, while Team Smitty’s Bike Shop (Andy Cox, Mitch Cox, Brian Wylds, Dave Cox) was second with 19.
The Piqua girls golf team lost to Greenville 208-210 Wednesday at Echo Hills.
Cassidy Kraft led Piqua with a 49.
Other Piqua scores were Kelsey Bachman 51, Korren Evans 55, Anna Klopfenstein 55, Sarah Ganger 56, Skylar Sloan 57 and Jasmine Shirley 63.
The Lady Indians are now 5-5 on the season.
win close one
ST. PARIS — Despite struggling at time, the Miami East girls golf team got past Kenton Ridge 207-209 Wednesday to improve to 8-2.
The Cougars were a state qualifier a year ago.
The Vikings were lead by Meagan Pettit and Kiera Fellers with 48. Other scores were Maggie Bergman 53, Haley Howard 58, Megan Thompson 59, and Emily Rowley 74.