TURNER – Heidi Haylock had the magic touch at Turner Highlands on Mothers’ Day, notching a hole-in-one on No. 15. Haylock used a 9-iron to achieve her first career ace while Karen Richardson and Prudence Hornberger looked on.

Wednesday Seniors: Bill Timberlake/Dave Hodgkins 7, Duane Nichols/Mark Morin 6, Marcel Goulette/Mensell Taylor 5. Pin, No. 10, Armand Obie. Closest second shot, No. 9, Stan Timberlake 8-1. Best score not in the money, Roland Jordan 4.

Tuesday Night Central Distributors Men’s: Flight I, Gross, Stan Timberlake 36; Net, Manley Dakin 33.5; Pin, No. 9, Russ Lalemand 23-2. Flight II, Gross, Calvin Rose 44, Bob Campbell 44, Steve Davis 44; Net, Davis 33.5. Pin, No. 4, Clarmont Lessard 17-3.

The Meadows

LITCHFIELD – Tuesday Points League: A Flight, John Desmarais 7, Kevin Fletcher 4, Ray Bishop 2; B, Dick Gower 2, Dan Pelletier 2, Moe Vachon 0; C, Steve Morin 8, Marc Berube 1, Ron Pinard -2, Fred Wingate -2; D, Dennis Carney 9, Rob Merrill 3, Keith Martin 1. Pins, No. 3, Andy Parker 11-1; No. 7, Rob Merrill 46-3. Raffle winner, Roger Laliberte.

It isn’t too late to sign up for the Tuesday Points League. Call or stop by The Meadows pro shop to join.

Springbrook

LEEDS – Seniors, point quota: David Dyer 9, Dick Brouillette 6, George Bickford 3, Aaron Burke 3, John Manning 3. Men’s Twilight, point quota: Ron Leeman 9, Dick Therrien 3, Mark Kent 3, Ray Convery 3.

Summit Springs

POLAND – Ladies League: Fewest putts, A, Colleen Baird 14; B, Carolyn Gage 18; C, Mary Goss 19. Low gross, A, Colleen Baird 41; B, Carolyn Gage 54; C, Mary Goss 58. Net, A, Jan Scott 33; C, Alice Keene 32.

Fairlawn

POLAND – Men’s Seniors, two-ball: 1. Bob Brousseau/Derek Maynard/Doc Ceplikas/Dana Miles 119 (MC), 2. John Moreau/Reggie Rawls/Fern Barriault/Bill Vassar 119. Pins, No. 11, Pete Peterson 13-7, John Hooke 17-0; No. 13, John Moreau 20-0; Bob Sherburne 21-1.

Fox Ridge

AUBURN – Formsource League: Gross, Craig Chapman 37, Mike Fortin 38; Net, Tom Tiner 34, Jon Breton 36, John Coutts 36. Pins, No. 3, Larry Michaud 46-0; No. 5, Gary Caiani 33-0. Team standings, M. Grondin/Cloutier 33.5, Michaud/Blouin 33, Smith/Pearson 32.5, Roberge/Garey 32, Hartnett/Philbrook 30.5, Turcotte/Boulet 29.5, Cox/Coutts 28, Fortin/Camire 28, Caiani/Breton 27.5, Basso/Morin 26.5, Cameron/Breau 26, Novella/Tiner 26, S. Grondin/Goody 24, Towne/Gross 22.5, Copp/Cox 17.5, Ouellette/Mundell 15.

Webhannet

KENNEBUNK – Pro-Pro Stroke Play Championship: Bob Darling Jr./Brian Bickford 133, Kirk Kimball/Sam Marzenell 134, Greg Sandell/Paul Piveronas 136, Matt Blasik/Jon Ellis 138, Nick Glicos/John Boswell 140, Dave Grygiel/Scott Mayer 142, Greg Baker/Peter DeVos 143, Ben Morey/Ben Moore 144, Jennifer Webster/Darren Falk 144, Tony Decker/Don Roberts 144, Chris Nappi/Ted Vallee 145, Bob Mathews/Ron Bibeau 146.

Purpoodock

CAPE ELIZABETH – SMWGA, May 13: A-1, Gross, Barbara Rondeau 82, Cecily Whiting 86, Cindy Choate 88; Net, Kim Rozvar 75, Nancy Nicolson 75, Kate Boyle 75. A-2, Gross, Peggy Wilson 82, Annette Kincaid 87, Jayne Hanley 91, Lisa Wintle 94; Net, Nancy Buttarazzi 71, Cindy Schlaepfer 73, Nancy Bourque 75, Cathy Faucher 79, Wendy Wood 79, Marcia Blake 79. A-3, Gross, Jean Farrell 91, Jan Hill 91, Helen Treadwell 95, Susan McLain 97, Ann Page 97; Net, Jean Smith 71, Sherry Dunkin 73, Claire Feeney 74, Louise Trask 74, Regina Bugbee 78, Elaine Friedman 78. B-1, Gross, Michele Meadows 100, Chris Jackson 101, Robin Staples 105; Net, Theresa Kelley 74, Carol Curran 76, Hilda Wynne 81. B-2, Gross, Bev Nye 105, Janet Stewart 105, Barbara Hintze 110, Anita Long 110; Net, Leona Lamson 74, Annee Tara 79, Lois Carlson 80, Barbara Stevens 80. B-3, Gross, June Bureau 105, Liz Higgins 116; Net, Eve Lee 75, Martha Pennell 75.

Toddy Brook

NORTH YARMOUTH – Maine Handicapped Skiing, a year round adaptive recreation program based at Sunday River, is hosting a “First Swing” golf event in collaboration with the National Amputee Golf association. The clinic will be held June 2. Registration starts at 8 a.m. with events running from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Maine Handicapped Skiing welcomes therapists, golf professionals and current MHS volunteers to join in the all day event. Bob Wilson, executive director of the National Amputee Golf Association, will conduct the seminar.

The afternoon Learn to Golf Clinic will give those who attended the morning session an opportunity to put into practice the skills and techniques presented in the seminar while working with individuals with a variety of disabilities. Anyone with an interest in adaptive golf is encouraged to contact Maine Handicapped Skiing at 800-639-7770, or www.skimhs.org.


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