Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Bradley, Williams back on top in Presidentís Cup

Golf at The Valley Club

    Carmen Bradley and Suzanne Williams are the 2013 winners of The Valley Club’s President’s Cup golf tournament. And they’re making a habit of being in that position.
    Bradley (78-77 for 155) defended his title and won his third President’s Cup in four years by 11 strokes over Scott Lucas (82-84 for 166).
    Women’s champion Williams (75-74 for 149) was a six-stroke winner over last year’s champion Marilyn Celano (80-75 for 155), who won the net division. It was the third President’s Cup title in four years for Williams.
    Richard Shelton and Glen Shapiro also captured gross stroke flight wins.
    The 36-hole event was played Friday and Saturday, June 14-15. It is the club’s stroke play championship for men and women club members.
    Here are results from the 2013 President’s Cup:
    Men’s Championship Flight, gross: 1—Carmen Bradley 78-77 for 155. 2—Scott Lucas 82-84 for 166. Net: 1—Albert King 82-71 for 153. 2—Kurt Funkhouser 77-80 for 157.
    Men’s Flight Flight, gross: 1—Richard Shelton 83-83 for 166. 2—Jerry Boas 87-85 for 172. Net: 1—Richard Toomey 68-76 for 144. 2—Blair Hull 73-71 for 144.
    Men’s Second Flight, gross: 1—Glen Shapiro 87-87 for 174. 2—Jay Cassell 88-90 for 178. Net: 1—Paul Stefani 67-70 for 137. 2—Tullio Celano 71-74 for 145.
    Women’s First Flight, gross: 1—Suzanne Williams 75-74 for 149. Net: 1—Marilyn Celano 72-67 for 139.
Hole-in-one as easy as 1-2-3
    During Friday’s round of the President’s Cup at The Valley Club, contestant Tullio Celano scored an ace on the sixth hole of the South Nine—using an 8-iron from 144 yards to perform his miracle shot.
    To make the event more memorable, Celano’s playing partner Ron Fairfax scored a birdie two on the same hole and his other playing partner, Glen Shapiro, scored a par three. That made for scores of 1-2-3 on the hole.
    l The Valley Club reported another hole-in-one Sunday, June 16. Sally Lee aced the fourth hole of the West Nine from 135 yards using a 7-iron. Witnesses were Betsy Reniers and Kathy Jones.

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