Martindale

AUBURN – Sunday, August 15: Individual points, Men, Doug Craib +8, Dan Labonte +6, Mark Rock +5, Don McDuff +5, Rick Miles +4, Tim Jordan +4, Tom Platz +4, Dale Brown +4. Women, Gail Cailler +4, Donna Browne +3.

Member/Guest: Men’s Four-Ball, Gross, Jason Agren/Gary Lapierre/Corey Woodhead/Wayne Boothe 130, Gary Curtis/Chris Curtis/Brian Bilodeau/Curt Jordan 132, Jim Sperl/Steve Berry/Scott Lever/Cash Wiseman 134; Net, Tom Cyr/Tony Cyr/Rob Merrill/Jamie Richards 114, Patrick Dempsey/Mark Cote/Jon Wallingford/Marc Gosselin 115, John Petrocelli/Jeremy Petrocelli/Rich Tremblay/Andy Brooker 116. Friday skins, Gross, Gary Lapierre (No. 3), Fred Bishop (11), Patrick Dempsey (17). Saturday skins, Gross, Rick Schrepper (3), Brad Chirgwin (10), Scott Lever (13); Net, Kristen Gibson (2), John Petrocelli (4), Lennie Asselin (6), Lisa Blake (9), Mitch Sweetser (15). Friday pins, No. 4, Marc Lasky 2-10, Ken Gibbs 5-4; Bill Shrader 12-1; No. 9, M.J. King 4-2, Jim Day 8-2, Janet Bishop 10-4; No. 11, Fred Bishop 2-3, Gary Lapierre 11-6, Curt Jordan 13-4; No. 17, Patrick Dempsey 2-10, Dan Cailler 4-11, Gary Lapierre 16-2. Long drives, Women, Donna Paradis; Men, Wayne Boothe (white), Jon Mercier (green). Putting contest winners, Marc Lasky, Phil Meyer. Saturday pins, No. 4, Mitch Sweetser 11-6, Glenn Tracy 15-3, Tom Delois 18-4; No. 9, Steve Perry 2-9, Wayne Boothe 5-9, Peter Bryson 8-11; No. 11, Chris Carrier 1-2, Steve Berry 2-6, Lennie Asselin 3-2; No. 17, Larry Roberts 5-8, Janet Bishop 12-9, Dan Briggs 13-0. Long drives, Women, Kathy Roy; Men, Wayne Boothe (white), Patrick Dempsey (green). Putting contest, Bert Roy.

Pine Acres

AUBURN — Ladies League: Week 10 standings, Lowell/Coombs 282, Parker/Bolduc 264, Blanchette/Moreau 258. Game of the day, Pin, No. 4, Phoebe Lowell 5-2, Jackie Deschene 10-8, J. Davis 19-9.

Apple Valley

LEWISTON — Women’s League: Game of the week, even holes, Doris Martin 22, Carol Thibeault 23, Jill Longstaff 23. Gross, Mary Hall 52, Barbara Pohle 53; Net, Diane Caron 33, Elaine Dube 34, Diane Thibault 34. 50/50, Mary Hall.

Val Halla

CUMBERLAND – MSGA Mixed Championship: Gross, John & Emily Bouchard 68, Steve Bouthot/Pennie Cummings 71, Bob Barber/Micki Meggison 72, Keith Patterson/Martha White 72, Zack Sweet/Karli Soracco 72, Seth Sweet/Katherine Merrill 73; Net, Phil Prince/Peg Hillman 61, David Stonebraker/Leslie Guenther 62, Randy & Jean Smith 64, Jeff & Kristen Martin 64, Ira & Sally McLain 65, Curtis & Diane Jordan 65, Neil Peaslee/Debbie Anderson 65. Couples, Gross, Thomas & Wendy Bean 74; Net, Robert & Barbara Hintze 66. Pro Division, Gross, Micky & Thea Davis 71.

Sanford

SANFORD – Maine Chapter NEPGA Senior/Junior Pro-Pro Championship: Mark Fogg & Shawn Warren 34-32–66 (-6, won on third playoff hole), Bob Mathews & Ron Bibeau 66, Dave Grygiel & Greg Sandell 68, Jim Fairbanks & Ben Steele 68, Bob Darling Jr. & John Hickson 69, Gary Soule & Jeff Seavey 70, Scott Hoisington & Ben Morey 70, Mark L’Heureux & Jon Ellis 72, Gregg Baker & Jeremy Goulet 74.

Wilson Lake

WILTON – Two upcoming benefit tournaments are scheduled at Wilson Lake Country Club.

A golf tournament to benefit Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center will take place Thursday, Sept. 9 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.

Highlights of the scramble format tournament include closest to the pin contests, a longest drive contest, a 50/50 raffle, lunc, and an awards ceremony. Strings and mulligans will be available for purchase.

Rgistration fee is $35 for club members and $55 for nonmembers. Carts are optional but available for $10 per player and must be reserved in advance.

For more information or to register, contact Wilson Lake Country Club at 645-2016.

Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center provides women with timely access to state-of-the-art breast cancer screening, diagnostic, clinical, and care-support services. The Center is located in the Franklin Health Medical Arts Center in Farmington and at FMH Outpatient Services in Livermore Falls. It memorializes a Carrabassett Valley resident who died from breast cancer.

The Wilton Tyngtown Club is having a golf tournament and picnic lunch on Saturday, Aug. 28.

Registration materials are available at Wilson Lake Country Club. Additionally, you may send your registration to TTT (Tyngtown Tee Time), P.O. Box 336 Wilton, Maine 04294.

The cost to play 18 holes is $40 per golfer, which includes the picnic lunch. A cart, if desired, is extra.

This will be a scramble event with best ball format and an 8 a.m. shotgun start.

Prizes will include best net and gross scores, longest drives and closest to the pin.

A gournmet picnic lunch will be served from noon to 2 p.m. Non-golfers are invited for $10 per person. Call 645-2829 to reserve your picnic lunch.

Games and music will be featured at the picnic lunch. There will be a putting contest and raffles open to all who wish to try their luck.

Tyngtown Club of Wilton has been in existence for 110 years. Among the many projects that this tournament will benefit are the Wilton Library, The Wilton Preschool Program, the downtown windowbox flowers and various scholarships.


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