Anne Windhol added another women's club championship to her resumé at Nabnasset Lake Country Club, taking the title this weekend with two solid rounds.
Area golf column
In other local golf news, Jeff and Mark Polak took the top spot in the Meadow-Mount qualifier at Long Meadow, while Donna Foley took the A Flight of a women's tournament at Mt. Pleasant.
With scores of 76 and 79 in the two-day event, Anne Windhol added to her multiple club championship titles at Nab.
Barbara Crowell finished second with scores of 80-81, while Deb Nawoichik was third, posting scores of 85 and 84.
In the net results, Crowell took the A Flight with a net 139 to Windhol's 143.
In the B Flight, Deb Villano took top spot with a 143 to runner-up Cindy Roper's 148. And in the C Flight Gail Sammarco came out on top at 140, with Brenda Avila second with a 145 net.
In Saturday's Meadow-Mount qualifier, the team of Jeff Polak and Mark Polak shot a 60 to emerge as top qualifiers for the annual tournament that pits LM against cross-city rival Mt. Pleasant.
Billy Koutrobis and George Spanos shot 62 for second place, while Dan Kelly and Rob Aylward were third at 63, Derek Doherty and Dave Lezenski were fourth, also at 63, and Tom McAuliffe and Bob Scannell took the fifth slot with a 64.
Dennis Piendak handily captured Sunday's point quota event with a plus-10 showing.
Rich Nota scored a hole-in-one, the first of his career, on the seventh hole recently. The club he used remains a mystery.
MP held a member-three guest tourney with morning and afternoon flights.
In the morning, first gross went to the team of Al Pare, Scott Pare, Gene Pare and Geno Pare with a score of 64. Low net was the team of John Kuczek, Sean Carmody, Dave Moore and Tom Mitchell, coming home in 54 adjusted.
In the afternoon the low gross, at 65, was turned in by Brendan Allen, Ryan Toombs, Mike Walker and Bill Russell. The afternoon net winners were Steve Geary, George Ramirez, Steve Petullo and Paul McAulliffe with a 58.
Also, a Ladies Divisional Tournament was held Sunday, broken into four flights. In the net-only tournament, A, B and C Flights played 18 holes and the D Flight played nine.
A Flight champion was Donna Foley with a 68, with Kay McLaughlin second at 71.
B Flight went to Karen Moynihan at 77, with Judy Tevlin and Mary Ellen McCabe tied for second at 78. In the C Flight, the trophy went to Jeanne Corcoran with a score of 76, with the runner-up spot taken by Joanne Soulard at 79. In the D Flight, Kathy Gregoire took top honors with a 30 and Maureen McKenna was next up at 33.
Carl Roscoe and John Chikar teamed up to take home top honors in the annual member-member tournament at the Pelham layout. The posted a 58 to win by four shots.
Second was the team of Mike Proctor and Charlie Brettell (62), while Don Banks and Bob Brien were next in at 63. Closest to the pin on No. 9 was Roger Aubrey at 7 feet, 7 inches, while closest on No. 18 was Mike Proctor with a shot to 4 feet, 4 inches.
Norman "Mouse" Trembly of Chelmsford scored a hole-in-one on the 140-yard, par-3 fifth hole at Tyngsboro CC. Trembly hit a 7-wood for the fateful poke. His ace was witnessed by Tommy Long, Tom Keane and Tom Crowel.
TCC hosts the Clyde Barrow Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 27. The four-person scramble event is $60 per player and includes trophies, prizes and a cookout. Sign up at the pro shop.
The Westford course held the Breez Invitational over the weekend, broken up into two divisions.
In the Lopez Cup, first gross (89) went to the team of Szypko and Nolan. First net (59) was the twosome of Worthley and Hantzis. In the Sorenstam Cup, it was Sakelarids and Kaiser taking top honors with a gross 81, while low net went to Nichols and Curran at 70. (First names unavailable from club).
The 28th annual Griffin Memorial Golf Tournament, held in memory of Chris Griffin, a Bishop Guertin High School student who died in 1986, saw a giant field of 152 take to the fairways in Litchfield, N.H.
The tournament, put on by the Bishop Guertin High School Alumni Association, was captured by a team which included Lowell native and BG graduate Mike Santos (class of 1982).
Santos' team compiled a score of 14-under to take top honors. Santos has been the assistant general manager of three National Hockey League teams -- the New York Islanders, Nashville Predators and Florida Panthers.
Chelmsford resident Alyssa Belanger was one of three BG students to receive a $1,000 scholarship from the tournament's proceeds.