Local Roundup: Country Club of Greenfield players compete in Mass Golf Fall Cup

Staff Reports
Published: 10/13/2020 6:20:05 PM

Mother Nature certainly made things difficult for the six-member Country Club of Greenfield women’s golf team on Tuesday.

The club traveled to The Ridge Club in Sandwich to compete in the 2020 Mass Golf Fall Cup championship, and scores were only counted through nine holes as play was suspended due to rain.

CCG finished seventh as a team in gross scoring at 24-over-par, and tied for 11th in net scoring with a gross even-par score as 18 different clubs competed in the event.

Defending champion TPC Boston and Sagamore Spring Golf Club of Lynnfield tied for the low gross scores of the day at 17-over

Greenfield’s No.1 tandem of Terry Boyce and Diane Carme shot 4-over-par 39, as Boyce finished a team-best 5-over on her own ball while Carme notched a 10-over round. They were the only CCG team to finish all 18 holes.

The No. 2 grouping of Liz Dolby and Tina Browne, which nearly finished their round but heard the horn blow for weather just before their final shots on the 18th hole, posted a gross score of 7-over 42 on the nine holes that counted. The No. 3 pairing of Liz Archer and Nancy Donoghue shot 13-over 48. Dolby shot 48, putting her 13-over-par, while Browne finished 15-over. Archer also shot 13-over and Donoghue was a plus-15 on the day.

“It rained sideways most of the time,” explained Dolby of the weather. “I’m so proud of us, especially considering the conditions.”

Dolby and Browne notched a 1-under net score of 34, while Boyce and Carme were even (35) and the team of Archer and Donoghue posted a 1-over 36.

Ashfield Community titles

Norma LaBelle took home the top spot in the Helen Pease, Pauline Nye Women’s Club Championship at the Ashfield Community Golf Club.

Lisa Lesure came in second in the tournament. In the consolation bracket, Katie Benedetti came away with a first place finish while Mary Stokarski came in second.

George Dole finished first in the men’s senior bracket, with Don Robertson placing second.

Youth softball

Valley Storm Dingers for
Dollars

With the month of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Valley Storm Softball Organization is stepping up its fundraising effort.

The organization is running the Dingers for Dollars fundraiser to help raise organizational funds and will donate a portion of the money collected to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, which raises money for Breast Cancer Awareness.

There are multiple ways to donate. One way is to sponsor a player and pay for every home run that player hits. Another is to sponsor a team and pay for every home run that team hits, or sponsoring the entire organization and paying per every home run hit during the event. A flat fee can also be donated to the fundraiser.

All collections are due by Oct. 31. Payment can be made through PayPal, Venmo or checks payable to Valley Storm Softball Inc., mailed to PO Box 363, Greenfield, MA 01302.




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